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A Look Back on 2014!

This has been a great year! 
Blog Hops! Book Reviews!  Partners!
Guest and Featured Artists...
we have had it all. 


There was a new post on the blog everyday of 2014!  THANKS to the AWESOME Altered Pages Design Team, our guests and featured artists and the companies we partnered with. 

Without the commitment of the Altered Pages Design Team we could not provide our viewers with the inspiration, tutorials, product, guests and so much more throughout the year.

SO HERE IT IS ONE LAST LOOK AT 2014!

 


In 2014 we shared work of wonderful
Guest and Featured Artists
from around the world!

Carolyn Addie
Theresa Lizama Hall

We reviewed and shared a few books!


Altered Pages Partnered
We Partnered with some  AWESOME Companies & Websites this year!  Sharing projects with  AMAZING  Design Teams.  The year would not have been the same without the power of partnering!

During April the Altered Pages Design Team participated in
 "Tea Cups and Tiaras" on Unruly PaperArts website.














Also in October the Altered Pages Design Team
created projects for
Smeared & Smudged 31 Days of Halloween Blog Hop!






 The Mailbox MUSE kits! 


Finally, we had some amazing kits from
the Mailbox Muse this year!


If you missed any of these kits, order NOW. 
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2014 was a busy year!

We at Altered Pages hope to have
just as much an exciting year for you in 2015!

Visit AlteredPages.com for your creative supplies!

 to receive a special gift for NEW members. 
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HAVE A SAFE &
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!


Comments

  1. WOW! What a great year full of inspiring artists and creatives and great products!! Look out 2015!! Here we go again! ")
    (and I get to play this time! heehee)

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  2. This was an amazing year!! Thank you Jean and The Team for all the inspiration! I am looking forward to 2015 and all your creativity♥

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  3. I must thank the entire team, Lyneen and all of our fabulous partners! BUT most of all.....our followers and kind commenters. The team appreciates your input and love. THANK YOU TO EVERYONE for making 2014 am ARTFUL year. Let's keep on Altering your Creativity!

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  4. What a busy and creative year it has been! Here is more to come in 2015!

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