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Valentines with Altered Pages Collages!

  Hello and welcome to February- a month filled with LOVE and SNOW- at least in my neck of the world! heehee
Today I am sharing with you some of my Valentine's I have made- some to be hung in the windows and others for sharing- hope you find some inspiration in my post!
DecoArt Liquid Glass used on this one

 I started out with some paper heart doilies and cardboard hearts I had. After stringing the red hearts and then gluing them to the lace doily- the fun began!
 I printed out Altered Pages Valentine collages and fancy cut the pieces I would use
  
The Distress Markers were used to outline the Love quote to give depth to it.
    Lots of Stickles glitter glue here- yes, I am a fan of Stickles!

   And now close ups of each Valentine- using the collage pieces
Stickles used on this one


                                    
Liquid Pearls used on this one

                                                                 
DecoArt Liquid Glass,Embossing Powder&Stickles used on this


Stickles,Embossing Powder&DecoArt Liquid Glass used on this Valentine

This one was created with AlteredPages Gold Leaf- I love this stuff- it makes every piece elegant!

Altered Pages Products used:
To Thine own Self be True  Collage
Always in Love Collage
Heart-ily Agree Collage
Stickles
GoldLeaf - Try It
Nori Paste


Other products used:
Doily Hearts
Red Ribbon
DecoArt Liquid Glass
Cardboard Heats
Stickles
Distress Markers
Liquid Pearls
Embossing Glitter




 For my organization tip, I am sharing my marker and pen storage that I upcycled. 
My hub had bought at auction about 12 of those metal and plastic drawer organizers-used for nuts,bolts,etc.
Seeing that he had so many...I snagged a few for my own use! teeheehee

 This one I painted up in some of my fav colors and added some favorite papers on the side and back. I filled the drawers that pens and markers would fit into and removed others for my longer ones. 
I had an issue with my pens/markers going dry- so after a bit of research, I found that many artists suggest laying them vertically-



Thanks for visiting make sure to pop in all month as there are all sorts of inspirational projects as well as great organizing tips coming your way!
 Jackie ")


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