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Happy Thanksgiving! 
 From Altered Pages!

 The Holidays are around the corner now. Tree stands are up and shoppers are busy taking advantage of sales and getting those special gifts.  I want to reminder you of Cyber Monday!  
Altered Pages has kits for December, Christmas papers and collage sheets. Tags and envelopes, bottle caps and charms. The shop is Full of great ideas for a handmade holiday treat.  
 I made these cute gift tags using vintage Bingo cards and AP collage sheets, 2921 Snow Snuggles , Retro Christmas and Alpha Squares in sepia. What I like about the alpha squares is that they have different colors to choose from to fit your themed needs! Isn't that awesome!? Add ribbon and some embellishments to personalize. We have so many treats!.

 Happy Creating 


  1. Happy Thanksgiving!

    Very cute repurposed Bingo cards!

  2. Thanks for visiting my post!. They are cute and so many ways to use all the treasures we offer. Happy Thanksgiving

  3. These are so wonderful Melanie. Great way to show off some old memories of Thanksgiving!

  4. Too cute Melanie!!! Great job now go gobble till you wobble!! Happy Thanksgiving GF!!


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