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Tea with ALICE!

Altered Pages is playing along with Unruly PaperArts this month. 
 The monthly theme at Unrly PaperArts is Teacups an Tiaras!
Alice in Wonderland is one of my favorite subjects... 

when I think of tea I see ALICE!
Paint the Leaky Shed Teacup and Crown with gesso, dry, then paint teacup with Silk Pink Grapefruit and dry, trim with German Scrap. Paint crown with Golden Iridescent Gold, top with Robbin's Nest Dew Drops.

Distress edges of envelope with Brown and Black ink.  Adhere doily edge doily with Wink of Stella - Silver. Layer the Mad Hatter Party image from the Alice in Wonderland Collage Sheet.

Adhere Alice and Queen to thin chipboard and fussy cut to give a little dimension.


Supplies:
Alice in Wonderland Collage Sheet
Alice's Utterly Mad Party Collage Sheet- Mailbox Muse Kit
Vintage Playing Cards Collage Sheet
Leaky Shed Crowns
Leaky Shed Teacup
Silk Pink Grapefruit
Gesso
German Scrap
Wink of Stella - Silver
Stickles
Robins Nest Dew Drops
Doily
Cake Charm
Clock Charm
VLVS! Stamp "Off With Her Head"
Brown and Black Ink
Old envelope
Vintage Postage Stamp




If you were to mail this... address it on the teacup and then put it in a plastic sleeve.  Hand carry to the postoffice and have the postage affixed to the outer sleeve. Also put a label on the outer sleeve to hand-stamp!



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