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All Loralie Red Rubber Stamps are 40% off!

What a deal!   Check out the stamps and the copic style paper which is also 40% off.    Limited supply of both, grab them while you can.    Very darling stamps and fun images with many pieces in each set.   See the whole category of FUN stamps.



http://www.alteredpages.com/shop/rubber-stamps.htm

New Design Team Member

Mr. Tristan Robin Blakeman

We are so proud to announce that Tristan Robin Blakeman is now a member of the Alteredpages.com Design Team.  
We have watched Tristan's work for a period of time and knew we had to ask him to be on the Team, he has graciously agreed and we are very happy.    His work includes fabrics, collage, assemblage along with master quilting along with other works.     Dramatic, gorgeous, a few words to describe his projects. And he has a great sense of humor which makes us smile!   
Please welcome him as our newest family member! see some of his work at http://tristanrobin.etsy.com/

Chinese New Year 2012 Year of the DRAGON

Breathing Fire into the New Year - January 23, 2012

Legend has it that in ancient times, Buddha asked all the animals to meet him on Chinese New Year. Twelve came, and Buddha named a year after each one. He announced that the people born in each animal's year would have some of that animal's personality. Those born in dragon years are innovative, brave, and passionate. Salvador Dali, John Lennon, and Mary-Louise Parker were all born in the Year of the Dragon.

Red symbolizes fire, which according to legend can drive away bad luck.  For every order received until January 31, 2012, we will include a FREE RED collage,  truly beautiful collages for you.


 Have you seen the 'Asian Dream' Ready to go Packages on the website?   Just in time to celebrate by sending a Chinese New Years card to your friends.   The papers are simply gorgeous!




 The papers below are Asian Joss, handmade papers with gold leaf ~ STUNNING!

 Natural Joss with no colors or dies, delicate and amazing to work…
Here are some non-paper projects from Jean.   Still utilizing a collage method for the chairs .....


I WAS ENAMOURED BY CHAIRS ~ I did a serious of fun recycled chairs with themes, the ones above are;  "Are we there yet?"   with vintage maps, postcards, bead trim, alpha collage and paints;  "The Apple Blossom Princess Chair" utilizing wooden embellishments, glass knobs, hand painting, collage art & hand mixed paints;   "Just because you can-can doesn't mean you should-should" - was inspired by a birthday card I received, it has dancing frogs and colorful trims of wood, plastic and paints.




The above piece was part of a study in spheres that I did in college.   The removable sphere was also a noise maker.  The glaze was Chun, with gold leaf applied after firing in a raku kiln.  The style was handbuilding and slab work.







This piece is a raku firing, in a handbuilt coil manner.   After glazing, the piece was scrubbed with a wire brush and a copper wax w…

Color Color Color

PRETTY IN PINK FOR VALENTINE'S PRESENTS


YUMMY, SCRUMPTIOUS AND LOVELY SO MANY WONDERFUL COORDINATES CLICK FOR CREATIVE COORDINATES

I'm in trouble now! FELTING is Wonderful!

Took my first class and I am hooked (or should I say stuck?) on the beauty, the simplicity and the possibilites for color and design.   LOVIN' IT

a small token of my love

It truly is tiny, just one and one
half inches square. Untie the pretty
silk ribbon, and it opens up--


as an accordion folded book, full of adorable
Altered Pages inchies and sweet sentiments.


(click on any photo to enlarge)

Wouldn't this make a great Valentine? I had a
wonderful time making this inchie book, and Jean
has a kit all ready for you, if you'd like to try one
(or two) for yourself--A Small Token of My Love Kit.

:)
AP Silly Sticks

Such a fabulous multipurpose tool for you. Paint, glue, adhere, smooth, scrape, crease, fold! AND that's just scratching the surface of all the jobs it can do. The shaped ends make it easy to get into corners. SO AFFORDABLE! click for more info about AP Silly Sticks

Steampunk Folders

One of my favorite projects that I've made for Altered Pages is these Steampunk folders.

MORE NEW Designers on the Team

We are so very pleased to announce two more new Designers for Alteredpages.com
The lovely Ladies are Rebecca Voth of Denver CO and  Kim Langhorst of Castle Rock CO.

These talented ladies are also known as the Scrapateenygirls.   Photos arriving soon but we had to share the good news!   Wait until you see the assemblage and papercrafting works they produce OMGOSH.   Makes my head spin!



Congratulations to them and to AP for being so lucky to have them, I think they, along with our other new Designer Ingrid Vient and the rest of our fabulous Team will inspire, enhance and motivate all of us in 2012 and beyond.   


Zipadeedooda!

So pleased to name our Fabulous Design Team

Alteredpages.com is very fortunate to have one of the best Design Teams around!    Creativity abounds and encompasses assemblage, cardmaking, altered fabric pieces and much more.   

We are proud of our widespread Team, from England and Canada and the US.   We have more new Team members coming onboard this spring and they are working on their first projects for you!   


We will share fresh ideas and fresh art to inspire us all with some of our new product line - Glitz.  

Dianne Adams - Tennessee
Linda Cameron - Ontario Canada
Trisha Neal - Missouri
Cathy Peper - Missouri
Eunice Pitman - North Dakota
Arline Pozzo - Connecticut
Katrina Rollings - Bristol England
Christine Telega - Ontario Canada
Tolegranny (one name like Madonna or Elvis) Ontario Canada
Ingrid Vient - Arizona
Michelle Weaver - Pennsylvania

These ladies create for YOU to have fulfilling art adventures.  They are so easy going and wonderful to work with, it is our pleasure to have them affiliated with Alteredpages.    Th…

Debut of our newest Designer

PLEASE WELCOME INGRID VIENT
Ingrid's art can be quirky, just like her personality!   And we meant that in a good way! She easily breaks into song & dance. She loves color & uses it with abandon.   Ingrid's work can make you feel good and add a smile to your face!

I have been a quilter for the last 18 years and a mixed media artist for the last few years.I love working with rich layered colors, textures and shapes on paper, wood, fabric and objects of all kinds. From painting with acrylics and encaustics to embroidery on felted wool, there's not much I haven't tried. I enjoy crafting, decorating and reading murder mysteries. My latest addiction has been looking at the pinboards at Pinterest. My dear software engineer husband of 31 years and I have lived in the inferno called Phoenix, AZ for the past 16 years and have a grown son at ASU studying at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism. My two cats, Ricky and Lucy keep me company while I entertain them with loose …