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Let Them Eat Cake!

Hi and welcome to the Altered Pages blog on this beautiful Friday!
I hope you have been enjoying all the fun with our Altered Pocket Pages...I know I have. 
I have a few pictures to share with you for my final post of the month.  This pocket page I made more on the girlie all occasion side.  Some things are attached and some not.  I am not yet sure who I might be sending this to, so the giftie will go in later. 
The basis of my color scheme came from the KaiserCraft Hummingbird Paper Pad .  This pack includes foils papers as well as die cuts in the back great for popping out and quickly adding to your project.  And, the easy to blend in with other items I already have as well as the super cute collage sheet I used from Altered Pages.   You can find the Let Them Eat Cake collage sheet here.  

 I think both this paper pad and the collage images from Let Them Eat Cake lend themselves to many styles making it easy on the crafter to assemble them into a card or layout at a later time.

I hope you enjoyed my page.  Please check out the full supply list below for links.  And, then go make a pocket page of your own! 
Thanks for stopping by.  Have a great weekend!
Stephanie S.

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  1. Another fabulous pocket page, Steph. I agree that the papers and collage sheets work beautifully together, and you have given some great ideas. TFS

  2. What fun pocket letter! Awesome job!

  3. FANCIFUL and fun stuff. good work!

  4. Nice page, Steph. I love all the little birdies and fun colors.

  5. Super cute♥ I am getting excited to see who will be my partner!


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