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There's A Whole Lot of Spookiness Going On At Altered Pages


I love Halloween.  In the area where I live the nights are cool and often rainy.  Once the sun sets it gets really dark.  A fitting backdrop for any good horror movie.  I love those, too!  Altered Pages is perfect for helping with my love of Halloween with all of the Halloween dies,embossing folders and fabulous collage sheets such as the ones (Altered Halloween AP 1858 & Fall Fantasy AP 2175) I've used on this Halloween slider card. There's nothing better than a card that says, "Boo!" and since Halloween is full of spooky surprises what better way to say it than this card that slides out to reveal its shocking message.  The next time you want to give someone a scare check out all of the Halloween items from Altered Pages!  You'll have a scaringly good time looking through the website.

 Remember to join the Altered Pages Design Team for our Fall & Halloween Blog Hop this Friday!  There will be fun, great projects and prizes so come here to the Altered Pages blog and see what the Fall wind's have a brewin'! 
Happy October Everyone!


  1. Peg,that is beautiful,you are so talented,glad we became friends years ago.

  2. Peg is a dream, such a sweetheart and creative soul.

  3. Thank you Lisa and Jean. I appreciate your comments. I am so glad the both of you are my friends.


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