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Playing with New Things.

Hi everyone it's Danie here with you all today. 
Have you seen the latest Paper ranges from Glitz 
which are available at Altered Pages? 
If you haven't you really don't know what you are missing.  
These papers have a wonderful distressed vintage feel 
with a little bit of the fresh and funky thrown in.

Anyhow this week I started playing with some new quote stamps
and I decided to also make a little Inspirational Mini Accordion Album 
with my favorite ones.  

I chose some papers from the Laced Grace Paper Collection from Glitz, 
along with a coordinating color in the Coredinations Cardstock
to make my album covers and the off cuts I have used for tags.

My album is not finished but here's a sneak peak at it so far.  
I have used the natural Flat Jute simply tied at the front to keep it together. 

I have added some color to my neutral colored papers

This Accordion Album is quick and easy to make using envelopes. 
 I have distressed all my edges with brown ink, 
and have simply cut each of my chosen papers
 into 4 (4 x 4 inch) squares to cover each page.

As I said, it isn't finished. 
I still have more stamping and embellishing to do but you at least get the idea.

I have also been using some of these same papers
for my card making this week too!

And I thought I would leave you with a look 
at two of the other collections also available at Altered Pages.

Have a great week!

Danie xx


  1. Lovely cards Danie, great use of the papers.

  2. I love your inspiration book and the cards are lovely too!


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