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Hi Everyone - It's Danie Here today.  Happy New Year to you all!

After the whirl wind that was the lead up to Christmas I have managed to find a few moments to create this past week with some of the great products you will find at Altered Pages.

I utilized some left over Christmas Collage Images along with some stamps, ink and a black pen, to make some Moo Cards for the Christmas/New Year ATART (Art Tradeathon)  over at ATC's For All.

And today my Vintage Text Pages made fabulous flower centers for my first week lesson's drawing/journal page for Life Book 2013 which I have signed up for this year.

The New Year also means the setting of new goals and making new art supply wish lists.  I'd love to know what is on your wish list, so why not leave us a comment, as you never know who might see your wish and it may just come true!  

Topping My List for 2013 is the Gelli Plate which is also available at Altered Pages as this will be great for creating unique art journal page backgrounds this year.  I received some money from Santa so I may be crossing this off my wish very very soon..

I am so looking forward to the year ahead which includes being able to share more of my creative journey here with you using the wonderful products from Altered Pages.

Danie xx


  1. such fun images. I like bold color and these flowers fit the bill.


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