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The Queen of Hearts and ghosts of Christmas past . . .

Merry Christmas to you!

When choosing some stampy goodness from Just For Fun Stamps, I didn't take into consideration that, well, this is DECEMBER.  So today for you I have a Queen of Hearts layout in the Alice In Wonderland altered book--but if you stopped by for some Christmas cheer, don't despair, as I've also added some photos of several of my favorite Altered Pages Christmas projects from years past.

First, the Queen:

Altered Pages playing card images, chipboard queen colored with Pan Pastels
Just For Fun playing card border stamp
And now for a few "ghosts" of Christmases past:

And one more time--a Merry Christmas to you!


  1. Trisha, What a great journal!! Love the queen of hearts and that spread is just awesome!
    Your ghosts of Christmas past are not to be outdone!! Love the snow globe!! ")

  2. Another great layout in your Alice book.

  3. OMG, your Alice pages are just more and more wonderful! And I agree with JackieP, your ghosts of Christmas past projects are awesome!

  4. Love the Queen of Hearts!! Really great projects!

  5. The Queen of Hearts is a fun face card to use♥ Very creative!!

  6. Love incorporating the stamp and collages. The Christmas items simply warm the heart!


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