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Saturday Shopper ~ Valentines!

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If you shop now... you have plenty of time to create with one, two or all of our Valentine Kits!!!
Available only at Altered Pages!
If you would like to make that special someone a handmade card and don't know where to start, we have made it easy for you!  Check out our Valentine Kits!!!!
 Pictured above is an example of what YOU can create from the supplies provided. 10 Cards + envelopes + library card holders, Authentic vintage valentine cards, embellishments and stickles!

Cardstock of pinks ,lilacs and reds, collages, glassine envelopes, trims and trinkets. Make the cards with collages and insert into the lovely glassine envelopes.

(10) Tags, collage, rick rack, Tulle, ribbon and instructions.


Cute little photobooks to treasure.   You receive cardstock enough for 3 bases, decorative papers for mats, collage sheet, embellishments, ribbon and a SillyStick.
Easy to make, you get all the good stuff to make them!   Add glue and scissors and you are ready to send love notes.  (papers may vary)   Ready to make and mail to your lovey doveys.

Seasonal Pocket Pages - Valentine Theme!
Package contains 2 pocket pages, 10 decor papers, ephemera, tapes or twines, color collage and a small rubber stamp. Plus Instructions for add-ins


Be sure to check back each day for inspiration using Altered Pages collage sheets with products available at!


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