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Summer by the Sea

 Isn't she a little charmer?  What a sweet little 
beach babe--maybe you saw her recently on the 
cover of Altered Arts magazine, but soon you'll
be able to find her swimming among the kits at 

 You'll find her and her friends in a kit full of 
beautiful Altered Pages collage images, 
graphic45 papers, plus all kinds of tags and other 
wonderful goodies,  including some of my favorite 
embellishments, the brass lightbulb pins and 

Are you ready to create your own 
Summer By the Sea memories?
Have a great weekend, everyone!


  1. This is wonderful, love those images too xx

  2. LOVE THIS!! The colors & embellies are simply perfect! You always "WOW" me with your creations! And, congrats on getting on the cover of Altered Arts (AGAIN!!) :) Becky

  3. Beautiful images and papers Trisha. Wishing you a happy weekend, Annette x

  4. Thank you, everyone--it seems like I say this about almost everything I do, but this was a delight to make. All the little mini tag books within the book--FUN stuff! And those graphic 45 papers, they were perfect with the Altered Pages images!!

    :)<----really big smile!!!


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