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An OZ Altered Pocket Page!

Follow the Yellow Brick Road to OZ!
Altered Pages is having a Swap!!! You can join!!!
Join the Altered Pages Facebook Group to join the event!
 An OZ Pocket Altered Page!!!

The Wizard of Oz is one of my favorite movies from my childhood, I wouldn't miss it each year it came on TV! 

Collect items to create the cards for your page!  Each card is 2 1/2 x 3 1/2.  See supply list at the bottom of the post. Type sayings on the computer and cut, mat on black cardstock, adhere with Glue Stick.

Create 9 cards for your page! Stamping, embossing, images, ribbons and charms!


Nine Cards ready for the pockets! 
Add ribbons to the holes on the side of the page!!!

Finally, Coin Envelopes are decorated with Altered Pages OZ collage images to use to hold goodies like Dew Drops and other embellishments!

Altered Pages OZ collage sheet
Pattern Paper
Computer Printed Text
Dew Drops
Pocket Page
OZ images
Hour Glass Rubber Stamp
Tacky Glue
Glue Stick 
Red shoes charm
Coin Envelope 

 How to join the swap: How to join the Pocket Altered Pages swap!
1. Go to On FACEBOOK
2. At top of the group page the “EVENT” will be pinned. You can access the SWAP via this link. ...
3. Or you can click the “events” under the banner to get to the event listings page, and click into the swap.
4. Once you are on the “events” page, you must click up in the upper right hand corner to join the swap.
5. Now you are registered and will be on the list for the swap….this is how you are allowed into the SWAP! At this point you can access the free collage selections for use in your pages.
6. The swap will be open on June 1 and sign ups accepted until June 20.
7. On June 21-- A listing of random partners will be created and posted on the event page June 22.
8. You have until June 30 to mail out your Pocket Letter to your partner.
9. PLEASE connect with your partner to get address information. You may want to decide what kind of Pocket Altered Pages theme/colors/ topic you wish to send to each other.

10. International Swappers are invited, however, postage costs will vary from country to country.


  1. I'm a big Oz fan. I have almost all of the original set of books by Baum and Thompson. This is fantastic! Great job, Lyneen!

  2. Another HUGE Oz fan here - and this is just fantastic! I plan on doing a Wizard of Oz pocket page, too - as well as an Alice in Wonderland one. I love that put the little extras in coin envelopes - excellent solution to the falling-out-all-over-the-place-issue! Good job! And remember, most of it is beautful!

  3. Me three! I love Oz too! You did a wonderful job Lyneen!

  4. I have been planning on doing the OZ also! The Mailbox Muse kits are so compatible with letter pages♥

  5. Me four! Love the theme and each page is so much fun to look at!

  6. Well, we are a mutual admiration society! We all adore OZ. Lyneen, you did an amazing job with so many goodies, it's dizzying! Thanks for sharing with us.

  7. Who wouldn't love this Oz pocket?!! I think the little ruby slipper charm on red ribbon is just adorable.

  8. this is so awesome! i would have a hard time parting with the red shoes charm!!


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