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Tag Along with Me Today

Hi Everyone today I invite you to Tag Along with Me as I introduce you to a few of my favorite Altered Pages Collage Sheets.  I often go through phases with my creating and having recently been away crafting with friends in Sydney where I was inspired to create some tags.

At Altered Pages you will find way more than just collage sheets, they have an extensive range of art supplies and products to suit your crafting needs such as wonderful papers like those featuring also on my tags today.

You will also find a wonderful assortment of inks, color mediums, toolsembellishments and ribbons and trims available at Altered Pages which are perfect for your tag creations too!  


My 'By the Sea' and 'Sun Surf and Sand' Tags use images from the Before Bikini's Collage Sheet and Papers from the Glitz Unchartered Waters Collection.  The shell stamp which I used for a little finishing touch is from the Mermaid Fantasy Mailbox Muse Kit.

The Tags 'Imagine. Dream. Fly.' and 'Spread Your Wings' use papers from the Kaiser Craft Hummingbird Collection and Images from the Fairy Dolls and Little Fairies Collage Sheets.

While my two Halloween Themed Tags combine Graphic 45 Steampunk Spells Papers with the adorably cute little witches and their black feline friends from the Happy Halloween Collage Sheet.

This month Royal Langnickel are our product partners and they offer a comprehensive range of brushes and art mediums such as acrylic paints and watercolors.  

And don't forget that during the month of October anyone placing an order for $10 or more 
goes into the random draw to win a Pink Art Journal.

The Winner will be announced both here on the blog
as well as our Facebook Page Nov. 1, 2015.

Thanks for visiting the blog today.

Danie xx


  1. Love all the different tags you created! Great job!

  2. What a wonderful selection of tags! I love their simplicity and bold coloring. They're all terrific, but I have to admit, I have a favorite - that aquamarine faerie is just fantastic! Nice work - and it's fun seeing them go from summer to autumn to Hallowe'en!

  3. These are all so awesome, Danie!! Being a coastal girl, the beach ones are my favorites!

  4. These are great! They are each different and adorable.

  5. Great set of tags, Danie! I really like each one, as each one is its own masterpiece!


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