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Summer Sun & Fun with Pocket Letter Pals

Broke out the random collage box (well stocked with Vintage Text Pages) for the making of a sheet of atc backgrounds . . .
I cut the background into the requisite 2 1/2 by 3 1/2 inch rectangles, and added some fun flat collage images and other Graphic45 papers:
Basically Beach!

the sentiments are ancient rub-ons
Have you participated in a Pocket Letter Pal swap?  Be sure to check the Altered Pages blog pretty much every day this month for more Pocket Letter Pal inspiration.
Happy Thursday to you!


  1. Makes me feel like walking in the sand. THANKS

  2. Makes me wish for ocean breezes and my toes in the sand! Awesome job!

  3. These are so cute! The old-fashioned bathing suits were funny looking, which makes them so much fun! I always love a touch of nostalgia. Great page.

  4. Very clever way to use left overs! I wish I was going to the beach♥


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