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What an Amazing Month of Artist Trading Blocks!

The Altered Pages Design Team had a great time partnering with the Design Team from The Artists on the Block!  A special thanks to Eileen Hull for providing the Artist Trading Blocks. 

Before I get too far into my post I wanted to share a REALLY BIG SALE

I couldn't help taking one last look at the wonderful ATB's the Teams designed this month!  Links below each block takes you to the original post!

For another look at the ATB's created by the 
ARTIST ON the BLOCK's Team use the links below

Pictured are fairies that are now in the Fairy Tree!


  1. So happy to join creative forces with Altered Pages! It was a fabulous month of creative ATB inspiration indeed!


  2. ATBs are the most fun, and I enjoyed seeing all the fabulous creations from both teams!!!

  3. This was such a fun product to work with! And I honestly love how they are all so different. Each one is beautiful in a different way. The ATB team made wonderful projects, too!

  4. THANK YOU to Eileen Hull and her team of amazing Artists who helped us provide beauty for our viewers. Amy , you made the experience fun and easy! We truly appreciated all your help in making this so GREAT!


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