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Three Wise Men!

 

This has been a great month for the Altered Pages Design Team working with Just For Fun Stamps.  The Altered Pages collages and Just for Fun Stamps compliment each other when creating cards, journals, tags and more.  We hope you have had a chance to look at all the projects the Altered Pages Design Team has posted on our blog and those shared from the Just for Fun Design Team... and there is more to come!!!

Today Karen Conner has an awesome Three Wise Men card for us. 



Watch her tutorial to see how she made this beautiful card!




Supplies:
Altered Pages Collage Sheet - Vintage Map Charts 
Three Wise Men  from Just For Fun Rubber Stamps
Brown Ink
Black Stazon
White cardstock
Tape 
Pattern paper
Versa Color
Black embossing powder
Bisque liquid pearls
Rhinestone


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  1. Karen,
    this is a beautiful card!! My folks always saved the Christmas cards they received with the Kings on the camels- they would keep them hanging inside the kitchen cupboard doors-. Don't know where they heard it, but it was supposed to bring good health and luck if you received the Kings on camels card! (now I do this too!)
    Thank you for the share and the memory ")

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    1. I had never heard about that! What a great memory. Thanks for sharing with us! Merry Christmas!

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  2. What an amazing card! I'm awestruck with this one!

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  3. Never heard that tradition either, how appropriate for this posting! Beautifully ANCIENT Karen!

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  4. Oh, Karen, this is absolutely fabulous! Love the grunge look you gave this. It looks so ancient! <3

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  5. Oh that's lovely Karen!! So very pretty!

    TFS!!

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  6. "Wise Men Still Seek Him." Beautiful card♥

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  7. Wonderful, love the map background, absolutely perfect!

    :)

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