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Meet the Altered Pages Designers: RONI JOHNSON

Altered Pages has an amazing Design Team
today we are honored to introduce you to
Roni Johnson

Veronica (Roni) Johnson (Albion, Indiana),  a life long artist is the author of the daily rubber stamping and altered arts blog – InkStainswithRoni. Roni is also the author of “Teach Yourself Visually ~ Collage & Altered Arts”.  Like her blog, this book is a technique oriented book that encompasses a wide variety of projects, mediums and areas. In addition to the blog and collage book Roni also designs for various manufactures and retail companies in the rubber stamping and altered arts   When she isn't creating Roni enjoys spending time with her family on their small farm in rural Indiana, scouring various flea markets or antique malls for unique vintage finds, reading and pursuing her love of photography.
Be sure to visit her at  InkStainswithRoni


  1. Glad to learn a little more about you, Roni!

  2. Hi Roni, I pinned your book to That's Clever as it looks like a lot of fun!!

  3. Always glad to hear more about my cyber artist friends. Roni does rock!

  4. Welcome Roni. Its nice to meet you

  5. So glad to know a little bit more about Roni.

  6. I am going to love learning more about all my AP Friends each month........Roni is truly talented and I look forward to continuing my own creative journey being inspired by her art and friendship. xx

  7. Roni has some of the easiest to follow, no-nonsense tutorials to be found. If you haven't ever visited her blog, well, you should!


  8. Roni-
    I have followed you on and off for years and finally get to not only meet and learn more about you but get to create along side of you!! Feeling Happy!!
    I love your tutorials and comparisons and all the other useful tips and tricks you share on your blog! Thank you and yes, Roni Rocks! ")


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