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Announcing our October Product Partner AND our Pink Project.

In October we are delighted to be Partnering with ROYAL LANGNICKEL.

And we will be doing some special ROYAL PINK things for October.  Read on.....

Royal & Langnickel is a pioneer and recognized leader in developing & manufacturing superior grade art and beauty brushes with over 60 years of brush-making experience.  A wide selection of art materials, art activities and accessories is available from Royal and AlteredPages.

As a family-owned and operated company, Royal's reputation has been built on integrity, quality and innovation. Royal products are carefully conceived and designed to meet and exceed the needs of the market. 

Over the years Royal has proudly been awarded several utility and design patents for our products. Royal has developed some of the best quality synthetic filament brushes with performance and durability in mind. Royal's natural hair brushes have unsurpassed quality and the blends of natural bristle and synthetic filament give the right balance of strength and resilience.  The production methods capitalize on state-of-the-art technologies. 

Royal maintains strict production quality controls and conform to global standards including a company-wide pledge to green manufacturing principles.  
Royal is proactive & maintains a strong commitment to health and safety certification.


AlteredPages will be offering PINK Paint Palettes in October and will donate 50 cents for each palette sold to The Breast Cancer Foundation. We will write a check at the end of October and share it on the BLOG. Buy one, give one, each sale will help beat breast cancer!

My Mom and sister, both Survivors!



  1. I think the Royal products look fun to use. I really like that pink palette, too!


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