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Another Utterly Mad Pocket Letter Page!

 Yes, you may have guessed it...
I am a big fan of pocket pages!!!
Today I am sharing a page using the
Mailbox Muse kit  Alice's Utterly Mad Party!! 

At Last!  We thought you'd never arrive!
With gold paint and my Stencil 1 Wallppaer Repeating Keys, I painted a gold key some text from "Alice in Wonderland". 

The tall image of Alice is not cut in half, her feet are inside a pocket and her head is on the outside of the pocket above it.


 Cut the background cards 2 1/2 x 3 1/2- add embellishments as you desire.

Mailbox Muse kit  Alice's Utterly Mad Party
Pen nib
Kraft Clock
Glitz Large Rhinestone
Petaloo Flowers
Text from the book "Alice in Wonderland"

Below are pictures of the cards in the pockets!

The page will be ready for mailing after a few goodies are added to the page!!!


NOW for our giveaway! Stencil 1 will provide a FAB stencil and Altered Pages will provide a package of tools! SHARE the Altered Pages blog posts daily on YOUR Facebook page for the monthly random drawing. Include ‪#‎alteredpages‬ in your post. Drawing on May 1, 2015. Do it daily!!!  The more you share more chances to win!


  1. Whoever receives this pocket page is going to love it! Wonderfully done Lyneen!

  2. Yes, it is a wonderful pocket page.

  3. I love the continuity of the 9 pockets--and I love Alice!!!! Sharing on my LOTSA SCRAP closed FB page.

  4. Lyneen, This is so creative ! Love, love & Love it♥

  5. Liked &shared -this is so cool looking

  6. Lyneen, do you have my address? I would be happy to send it to you if not-heehee I love this!! Alice fan-here!!


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