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If you love fairies you need to check out all the Altered Pages Fairy collage sheets! I fell in love with fairies as a young girl. My mother would tell us not to pick the flowers in the garden as they were home to fairies.  We had one of the most beautiful gardens in the neighborhood!

Cut card stock and Glitz background paper to size. Use chocolate ink to distress edges of Glitz paper.  Adhere ribbon to the Glitz sheet and layer on the ivory card stock Fussy cut the roses from a second sheet of the background paper and fussy cut fairy. Adhere wings, fairy and layer roses on the card.  Add a gem to the flower on the fairies head.

Altered Pages Supplies:
Background paper from the 6x6 Glitz Paper Pack Hello Friend
Fairy from the AP collage sheet 1060D Fairy Dolls

My stash: Ribbon, wings and gem. Base card and Ivory card stock


  1. Beautiful job Lyneen! The fancy cutting is amazing! the layout enchanting!

  2. Thanks Jean... I love fussy cutting the images!!!


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