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More of the Fairy House!

By now you know Altered Pages is partnering with SinCity Stamps during the month of August!  We are really excited to share NEW chipboard die cuts and stamps from SinCity Stamps with Altered Pages products.  All month long be sure to check out the inspiration projects from both Teams.  

Monday I promised to share more of the Fairy Book I was working on.

Cover of the book!
To add additional pages inside the book I used the cover as a template and cut several sheets from heavy cardstock. 

Inside cover and second page.
Using contrasting papers for the stem and top.

Third and fourth pages
Pages are embellished with Fairy Dolls Collage Sheet and
Little Fairies Collage Sheet images. Vintage sheet music, paper flowers and Dew Drops!
Fifth page and inside back cover.
Altered Pages Fairy Dolls Collage Sheet
Little Fairies Collage Sheet
Neon Ink
Dylusions Spray
Kaiser Craft Paper
Clear Embossing Powder
Sin City Stamp Die Cut Mushroom Book
Shimmer Spritz
Wink of Stella Glitter Brush
Paper Flowers
Sheet music
Dew Drops


  1. Beautiful book, Lyneen. The rich colors really make the fairies pop off the page.

  2. Love the pops of color and details! Beautifully done!

  3. Lyneen , Your Mushroom book is so fun! I love the colors♥

  4. Mushrooms and fairies but a perfect it! xx


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