Just a quick thought today...
When using a quote that requires many letters I like to spell everything out beforehand to make sure it is:
1. spelled right
2. fits on the space
3. is formatted the way I want it
(in other words, I like to see it all at once before I glue it down)
So yesterday a friend came over and was making a little wall hanging (6 x 9"). The quote was a long one so I had the thought to use a piece of plastic packaging (saved from a Sizzix die) over the background she was working on. I used the Vagabond to cut out the Typeset letters from Core'dinations cardstock, then she laid out the quote on top of the plastic.
Once we had it perfect...
next step of course was to actually glue the letters to the completed background.
She started by gluing a line of words down and then another...but still using the
plastic to double check the line spacing about every two to three lines.
And as always...if the idea helps me...I'm sure it can help someone else.
ps) if you missed plastic packaging problem solver #1, you can find it here.