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Cowgirls Carrying On - Blog Hop

Altered Pages is excited to be joining forces with Bombshell Stamps today to bring you our very first 'Two for Tuesday Blog Hops'.

At Altered Pages we HOPE to Alter YOUR Creativity so join us in the adventure! Find Collages, inks, papers, art tools, doo-dads, paints, gelatos,  embellishments and so much more at ALTEREDPAGES.COM.   Our Design Team will take you to new levels of inspiration with projects and Kits available for purchase.
Bombshell Stamps is known for a wide variety of Vintage Tattoo stamps ranging from pin-ups to nautical themed, to western, to Asian themed designs. Many of these are perfect for cards and projects for the men in our lives!
The popularity of Copic markers and mixed media makes Bombshell's open-line images even more appealing as they feature mostly open-line images that are fun to color.   Each set comes with one or two focal images, smaller images, icons, and sentiments.
All Bombshell's rubber stamps are deeply etched rubber and are available as mounted or unmounted sets.


Our rules are simple, simply hop and stop by each participant's blog, become a follower and leave them some love by way of a comment.

There will be two randomly drawn winners from those who follow the above rules and join the fun.   

Prize One
A sponge brush, silly sticks, a tube of Acrylic paint and a stencil from Altered Pages AND Bombshell Stamp Set - Hula Girls

Prize Two
A Niji Pearlscent Watercolor Set and Gold Leafing and Tape from Altered Pages AND Bombshell Stamp Set - Wild Horses

Winners will be announced Tuesday September 3.


Both Design Teams have loads of wonderful inspiration
 from the Wild West, with our Hop Theme

So what are you waiting for let's get hopping!

Start at

and then hop onto our Design Team's Blogs

Kathi Rerek

Gia Lau

and finish back here at

Altered Pages Blog

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