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Off With Her Head!

Here we are the last day of March and the end of our cross promotion with The Robin's Nest.  We sure hope your were inspired by the projects we shared this month.  If you didn't please take the time to visit The Robin's Nest Blog and see the projects their team created with Altered Pages collage sheets.

Today I am sharing an "Alice" card.

Malibox Muse Kit-Alice's Utterly Mad Party collage sheet
Medieval Cards Collage sheet (queen)
Kraft Clock
Pen Nib
Robin's Nest Gold Glitter Fleur De-li Cardstock
Robin's Nest Dew Drops
Red Glitter Swirl Paper
Red Stickles


  1. Pretyy card. I like your clock. That's a nifty idea for the clock hands.

  2. Interesting card. I like the use of the pen nib on the clockface. There's lots of dimensionality in this piece and some sparkle. Love that! Anne, yourmainestamper

  3. Way cool Lyneen! Love that fleur de li cardstock. The pen nib is so clever! TFS!!

  4. This is way to cute! Good idea for an APC~Queen of Hearts♥

  5. I adore this, and Alice is one of my favorties! GREAT JOB

  6. Love the wonderful Fleur De Lis Paper with your Alice Imagery Lyneen, a wonderful ATC!

  7. Love this card with all the detail and dimension. Your creativity is endless!


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