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Hi all! Becky here today...Today I wanted to share a couple of projects I had done with some of the Altered Pages images BEFORE I became a DT member! Long time fan & all that! LOL!

This is a little altered Altoid tin, but Jean carries the ATC tins in the shop & they are great because you don't have to undo the hinge in order to alter them!! I used lots of my own embellishments & scraps with collage sheets: Vintage Sewing is one, but I can't locate the one with the girl, but I did use a background from HERE on the right! The dress form on the front is a wonderful stamp you can find HERE.

Next, I entered this one for an End of Summer challenge at the AP Yahoo group using an image from the At The Beach 1907 sheet (I LOVE this image & have used it a lot on cards for teachers at the end of the school year!).
I have a couple more that I'd like to share, but I am having trouble with my photo back-up drive & can't seem to pull the pix off of it for you! But, if you are a member of the Yahoo group, you can see the photos of a coffee filter wreath I did & a circus mini-album HERE or see my original blog post for the Circus Book.
That's it for now!
See you next time!


  1. I'm in love with your projects shared here! Thanks for the inspiration and the tip about the ATC tin [I wasn't aware about the hinges] : )

  2. Seeing the work Becky did with AP images led me to invite her as a Team Member, she always offers unusual and fun projects! BOth her sister and Mom have also been big supporters of AP. THANKS to the whole family!

  3. Adorable project Becky , I remember that piece,,you are talented !!!!!


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