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Saturday Shopper: Collage Sheets - Jolee's - Paris

Altered Pages is a great place to purchase your supplies for your mixed media & paper crafting needs. 

Did you know your can order Altered Pages Collages several ways....
  • Digitally 
  • Printed on white cardstock
  • Printed on ivory cardstock
  • Printed on a transparency 
  • Printed on Vellum
If you order digital collages they are emailed directly to you, once you open the file you can save it on your computer and reprint it as many times as you like.  If you do not have a color printer or the quality is not the best then you can order printed collage sheets and receive them in the mail. 

There are many topics to choose your collage sheets from!!!  Vintage Advertising, Animals, Fairies & Angels, Birds & Butterflies, Flowers, Holidays, Circus, Outdoors, People, Steampunk, Travel, Retro and so many more!

NEW at Altered Pages JOLEE's Stickers!!!!
Jolee Stickers and more
Brand new in packages. Dimensional stickers for all occasions. 
 We choose, YOU WIN ! 
Just $1 ----- Values up to 4.95
Now for some FUN!!!
Today for the shoppers I have an ATC made with one of the Jolee's dimensional  sticker packs....
I was happy when PARIS came my way!


Gather your Supplies, I used the following:
ATC ECHO Art Board
"Paris" from the Muse Paris stamp set
Petaloo Flowers
Jolee's Dimensional Stickers
Shimmer Spritz Frost
Dew Drops Plumeria
Tacky Glue
Black ink

First, I covered the  ATC ECHO Art Board with water then heavily sprintz it with my Mist, let it dry.  If you have a heat tool you can use it to speed drying, if you do don't hold it too close to the project (it may burn it).  Once dry, with black ink stamp "Paris" from the Muse Paris stamp set.
Add the Eiffel Tower from the Jolee's Dimensional Stickers pack.  Adhere Petaloo Flowers with Tacky GlueSpritz the flowers and card with Shimmer Spritz Frost, for a beautiful finish on the card.
Randomly add Dew Drops Plumeria around the Petaloo Flowers
TRICK: I use plastic lids to pour out my Dew Drops, this keeps them in one place and easier to pick up, as I can pour them into my hand instead or trying to pick them up one at a time!

Hope you enjoyed to day....

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