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Let Me Read Your Palm!

Thank you Jean for inviting me to be a member of this awesome Design Team!  I love collage and am excited to work with the wonderful products Altered Pages has to offer.
My inspiration was the beautiful image of the lady above, found on this Paris Collage Sheet!! This collage is created on a Manila Tag. First, paint a light blue wash with  Pearlescent Watercolors. Once it was dry use a brown ink and stamp swirls, then ink the edges of the tag and image and ink a vintage white paper doily and white lace. 
With a fine pen write "Let me read your palm" on the image. Adhere the doily, lace and image. From my personal stash I added the feather, chipboard palm, heart rhinestone and feather  with Sakura Crystal Lacquer. Complete it with the finishing touches a bit of ribbon and glitter!


  1. wonderful tag Lyneen I love all the details! Welcome to the Team!!


  3. This is fabulous Lyneen, welcome aboard and I look forward to seeing more of your beautiful work! xx

  4. Just beautiful Lyneen!!! And congratulations on your new venture as a Design Team Member!!!! :)


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