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Lots going on in November

AlteredPages is BUSY in November!

AlteredPages 6th Anniversary celebration has special 6 deals all month.   Find them on the new website, check daily to see additions!  

Every order placed this month gets an extra goodie tucked into the package!

ATC participants - 

We have a special Treat for two lucky winners.   We have been very fortunate to obtain, from a collector, 2 Thanksgiving postcards.  They are postmarked 1911 and 1916!  We will give one away next week and the following week to people who submit ATCs to us in each week.  Send your ATCs soon!  

October ATC winners  - Everyone gets 5 collages!

AND Debbie Chant Reid wins a rubber stamp plate! 

Debbie, please email your postal address so we can send it to you.  Make sure you have ALL submitted your email addresses too!

We hope we can help you prepare for the Holidays and gift giving.  Our FANTASTIC team of artists will share Holiday projects all month. And we will offer items to help you make your cards, ornaments, gifts and treasures.   Here are some ideas.....
                        See some Holiday Kits, click here!  

How about a wonderful blue and silver holiday paper pack?

Thanks for visiting - 


  1. Congrats to debbie and thanks for the collage sheets. Hugz


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