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Christmas Shopping at Altered Pages!

With the end of summer coming, it is time to think about the creative gifts we will all be making for family and friends this coming holiday season!  If you are like me not everything is available at my local stores.  For Christmas projects I thought I would share a few of the items available at 

Be sure to check out the Seasonal Items section... this section is continually changing with a few suggested items for the season!

Here are a few items you may need for your crafting this season.

Altered Pages Christmas Collage Sheets
There are more than 80 Christmas collage sheet to choose from!!!

KaiserCraft Mint Twist 6 1/2 paper pad
10 yards of Maya Road


4 Festive 12 x 12 Christmas Papers!

Wooden Blocks great for projects. 

Don't forget the Additional supplies you may need:
Writing Tools

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  1. I used vintage Santa collage images for all of my Christmas cards last year and they turned out really cute!

  2. Oh! I love Christmas! Can't wait to get my hands on some of these supplies.

  3. Loveyour Christmas products and really want the vintage angels#

  4. I love the vintage Christmas images - will have to order soon!

  5. There's lots of fun products for Christmas in store Jean, I just love those ivory angels I have used them every Christmas since first getting them. xx


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