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Guest ~ Leaky Shed Studio Artist ~ Tracey Sabella

During the month of July Altered Pages is partnering with Leak Shed Studio.  During the month we will be featuring projects done by the Leaky Shed Design Team on our blog.   

Today we have a stunning tag created by
 Leaky Shed Designer 
Tracey Sabella!

Souls Have Dreams

Find out how Tracey made this beautiful tag HERE!


Be sure to check back each day for more inspiration.  Comment each day on the Altered Pages blog for a chance to win this awesome prize package! 


  1. Thank you so much for the opportunity to guest design with your amazing products!! ~ Blessings, Tracey

  2. It"s our honor to have you. Your project is breathtaking. Thanks for joining us!

  3. Tracey, your tag is absolutely beautiful! Love all the different butterflies!

  4. Such a lovely tag!
    Thanks for sharing your art with Altered Pages!

  5. I like the butterflies! Very cool the way you split the wings on the cardstack butterfly! I liked the tag so much I pinned it♥

    1. Thanks so much for your kind words and the pin, Jackie!! ~ Blessings, Tracey

  6. What a lovely tag, Tracey! Thanks so much to sharing it with us on the blog!

  7. Beautiful tag! Thanks so much for sharing. ~kim

  8. so many elements working together in beautiful harmony here! and I love butterflies! xo

  9. Such a beautiful tag Tracey and so lovely to have you join us as a Guest Artist.


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