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Featuring more of Melisa Waldorf's work!

AlteredPages is happy to Feature 
more of MELISA WALDORF's work
A couple of weeks ago we introduced Melisa Waldorf to you (HERE).  This week we would like to share a few more of her projects  she make using Pink Persimmon Stamps!   


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You can read more about Melisa's work on her blog Paperlicious Designs!
Thank you Melisa for sharing with us!


Be sure to return tomorrow to see what our Design Team is creating with The Robin's Nest products.

Comments

  1. Oh my goodness! I've been looking around and such awesome stuff going on here!! So many beautiful projects and your very generous giveaway!!
    Congrats to your last winner!!
    I'm going to keep looking around for a while!!
    xxDaniella

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  2. Fantastic cards and I really like the photo layout, too. Love the vintage feel and all of them feminine touches on all of these items.

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  3. Beautiful layout! I love the vintage stamp set you used ♥

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  4. Beautiful cards and layout. Love the sewing theme and vintage goodness of all. TFS

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  5. Three gorgeous vintage projects using the Pink Persimmon Stamps, loving the pink and green they are some of my favorite colors and the lace details of your layout are beautiful.

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  6. I love the Pink Persimmon stamps! Definitely have to add some to my next order! Anne, yourmainestamper

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  7. What stunning projects! Love the colors and all the little details.

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  8. Beautiful work here...on EVERYTHING! Just beautiful, Melissa!!!

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