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Bottles and Inks and Twines and more!!

My goodness have you had a chance to sit down and browse around Altered Pages lately?  There are so many new products available it's unbelievable!

Check out these awesome bottles..... I can think of so many fun things to store inside and with the nifty little hanger you can instantly turn them into a charm!

Altered Pages has also added a wide variety of inks recently as you can purchase Delicata , a beautiful metallic gold ink, Black Staz-On, shimmery Brilliance and Memento Dew Drops all from IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko.  

and check out these fun Baker's Twine assortments... simply yummy!!

not to mention all of the new amazing KITS offered as well...

So you see, it really is worth your while to go explore
all of these great finds and more!

You just never know when you're going to find something you can't live without!
I know it's time for me to go back and explore a bit more....
won't you join me?


  1. Gotta have those little bottles!!!! LOVE the inks from IMAGINE Craft/Tsukineko!!!

  2. I'm so excited about the Memento Dew Drops ink pads!!! I love using these on all my crafty creations!!!

  3. Those little bottles are adorable. And as for the inks, well, I have always loved IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko products, and they just get better and better.


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