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KUNZE and BABY BABY BABY Mailbox Muse Kit!

This month the Altered Pages Design Team is really excited to be partnering with
KUNZE Deco-Accessories  
 
The team will be using KUNZE German Scrap 
with Mailbox Muse Kits! 
 
The Winter 2015  Mailbox Muse Kit was BABY BABY  BABY
 
In this kit you receive:  paper dolls, paper flowers & gems, glitter washi tape, collages, rubber stamps, CRAFT ATTITUDE, metal ATC tin + 4 projects including one video! 
 
With BABY BABY  BABY Mailbox Muse kit I made a paper doll and clothes with a pocket to keep them in. The instructions for my paper doll are included in the kit!

 
She needed a permanent place to reside.  I decided the perfect place was in my Fashionable Femmes book opposite the project I did for Unruly PaperArts last July.  A little make-over to the pocket would be necessary!!!!
 

Cover of My Fashionable Femmes book!

The blank page next to the Layered Art Doll created for Unruly Paper Arts is the where my paper doll will go!  The page had been prepared months ago just waiting for the perfect addition to the book!
Ink edges of the pocket with brown ink.  Adhere the pocket to the page with Tacky Glue IRrESitible Texture Mist was applied with my fingers around the edge of the page to give it a distressed look.

 
Add German Scrap  using Tacky Glue to the pocket.  A little Gold Leaf Foil  was added to give the two pages continuity. Use Duo with  Gold Leaf Foil.  Outline the Torso with gold pen.


Add a few Dew Drops to the lower right corner. 

 
Supplies for Doll and clothes from BABY BABY  BABY Mailbox Muse Kit. 
 
Additional Supplies
 
 
DOLLS DOLLS DOLLS
The finished pages side by side!!!

 


Stay tuned for the release of the
Spring 2015 Mailbox Muse Kit!!!

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