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We're here to Inspire You!

Hi Everyone, it's Danie here today! 

The Design Team at Altered Pages tries very hard each week to inspire you no matter where you are on your creative journey.  We share projects that have been created just for fun, for challenges and for all seasons.  But did you also know that we create project kits that are for sale at Altered Pages?  They are designed to make it a little easier for people to be creative no matter their level of artistic talent.

For Instance
You can Delight in the Timeless Magic of Clowns from Yesteryear 
 with this "Send in the Clowns" Kit to make your very own Tag Book.

It uses Fabulous Black and White Vintage Peirrot Images

Aged Papers, Neutral Trimmings and just a touch of Gold.

New kits incorporating all the wonderful products you can buy from Altered Pages are being added all the time, so if you hadn't taken a look you really should.  You will find there is something to suit every taste and budget.

Hope you have a great week!

Danie xx


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