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This month on the Altered Pages Challenge Blog our theme is BABY DOLLS!!  I hope you click the link and join us.  All the rules are on the blog, and there is a prize, don't forget!!

I made a shadow box with paper doll items in it.

The collage sheet is AP-1716 "Vintage paper Dolls".  You can find this at the Altered Pages store.  Also from the store is the background paper, Glitz Paper 8x8 Pad.  Only $8 for 48 sheets!!

I cut the doll out and pinned her to the background,  Then, I glued some rope to the background and used little hangers to put her paper doll clothes on.  I glued the little matching shoes to the bottom and added a die cut button with a pin to the top.

So please, come visit us and play along!!  


  1. Oh squeal I love this shadow box Daniella! Simple in its nostalgia and beauty- yet it says so much to me! Hug!

  2. Hi Daniella
    this is a cute little piece love the use of the string to hang the clothes on.
    Very cute

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