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Altered Pages & Sin City Stamps!

Today I am pairing Altered Pages Collage Sheets and products with one of the  Sin City Stamps  from the Mannequin Tag 2 Plate.  
Sin City Stamps Mannequin Tag 2 Stamp
Altered Pages Collage Sheet - Vintage Hats
Altered Pages Collage Sheet - Really Big Hats 
Glitz Paper Pack Laced with Grace 8x8 ON SALE
Glitz Paper Pack Pretty In Pink 6x6 ON SALE
Stash - Ribbon, Embossing Powder
Stamp Mannequin on Glitz Paper Pack Laced with Grace and  Pretty In Pink with black ink, heat emboss with clear embossing powder. Mount on thin chip board and fussy cut.  Prepare Manila Tags with a light wash of Faber Castell Gelatos, let dry.  Distress edges with brown ink.
Layer the Manila Tag with Vintage Text, Image from Altered Pages Collage Sheet, Gold Leafing and the stamped Sin City Stamps Mannequin.

Add one of the Glitz Large Rhinestones and a little bling to the Sin City Stamps Mannequin with a dash or Stickles on he butterfly.  Top with a ribbon.
You have a beautiful tag or two or three!!!  These can be used as gift tags on a package or gift bag, mounted on a card or attach a GLASSINE Envelope on the back and insert a gift card.

Have fun creating. 
Share what you are making with your Altered Pages products on Facebook!

Be sure to check out all the items on sale at Altered Pages.

Here are a few SALE items you might like to check out!


  1. These are so wonderful. I love the off center layouts! How perfectly our images work with their stamps!

  2. Your tags are so creative! I am going to use your idea on atc's ♥

    1. Thank you Jackie! Be sure to share your ATC's with us on FB!

  3. Fabulous tags, Lyneen. Love how you colored everything. Just beautiful.

  4. These are FANTABULOUS!!!!! love everything about them!!!


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