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Spring, Renewal and Sunshine

We wish everyone the 
Happiest Easter and Passover

Today's Blog Post contains a HUG being sent to YOU to welcome Spring,  from Jean


I am so excited about the Pocket Altered Pages that we are offering for your collecting, letter art, storage or just plain old FUN.
I decided to create an Easter assortment of pocket art.  I will take these with me to Easter brunch and give one to each person.  Remember to date and sign your work, no matter how small or large it is.

Pocket Altered Pages are so perfect for starting with great AP products and then adding from your own stash!  

For this pocket page I used some Robin's Nest Easter papers I had on hand and all of the following;

Bazzill Paper Flowers
AP Fabric Flowers
Alene's Tacky glue
Dyeable Seam Binding (ribbon)
Yellow Ball Fringe
Flutterby Trim
Assorted Gems from our Ephemera packs
Metal Brads
Protector Pocket Pages
Washi Tape

I also created a hanging charm piece to attach to my Pocket Page which is so easy because they have holes punched to allow you to place the completed pages into binders.   

If you are doing Pocket Altered Pages as letters, you can either cut off the page binder holes or leave them in place.   See the folded, mailable version & a paper corner to hold it together.

Your little masterpieces can be saved and used to create cards or add to scrapbooks.

Here are more of the darling little Easter/Spring art cards for my pockets....


I found these wonderful binders to keep my pages safe and tidy.   When will you make your own Pocket Altered Pages?   

April will be fantastic Stencil projects with our product partner Stencil 1.  Be sure to check in everyday for Fabulous creations by our very talented Design Team membersShow them some love and comment on their Art. 

We send all best wishes for a Happy Holiday 
and an Artful week

Jean and Ed Moore

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