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Showing posts from March, 2016

Are you Ready for SABOR?

ARE YOU READY?  So much is happening this month! During  April the Altered Pages is partnering with SABOR.  Our Design Team will be sharing projects to inspire your creative muse.    I want to share our event happening on Facebook: Altered Pages and Sabor Partnership Month !  Before I tell all, let me share my little MESSAGE BOARD!       Supplies: Sabor Ramitos Cardstock Sabor Picado Cardstock Sabor Amor Cutouts Wood block 3.5 square ( Chucky ATC available at Altered Pages) Black Chalk Paint Gel Medium Drawer pull Tacky Glue    Paint wood block with black chalk paint, let dry!   Cut pieces of Sabor Ramitos   & Sabor Picado Cardstock  to fit  sides of wood block! Adhere the papers to all sides accept one with gel medium, burnish the papers to make smooth and make sure all the bubbles are removed, Let dry. Use gel medium to adhere Sabor Amor Cutouts to sides and apply gel medium over the paper on all sides, except the one with

Dorothy's Adventures in Oz

Dorothy had many adventures in Oz, including the one that took her to the witch's castle.  Although it's never mentioned, I like to think her spooky castle had gargoyles.  All of the best scary castles do!   This card was super easy to make.  The "castle wall" is a brown polka dot pattern from a Glitz paper stack and brown ink for shadows.  Each of the figures and the door were stamped on a brown marbled paper.   I was hoping for a nighttime shadow effect.  The bottom of the door frame doubles as a base for the gargoyle statue. Muse Dorothy's Adventures stamp plate Muse Gothic Cathedral stamp plate Muse Architecture Stamps stamp plate Glitz paper pad Brown Ink Ink Sweeper sponge Traditional card making supplies: scissors , double sided adhesive , glue stick , ScorPal Come back again tomorrow to see what the design team has to share with you!  Happy crafting.   

Late for Tea Again!

The White Rabbit is running late again, will the other guests be mad because of his lack of punctuality or curiously curious as to why? Don't you just love Alice in Wonderland...........I do and I just love playing with the stamps of this theme from the Mailbox Muse Alice's Utterly Mad Tea I have made a simple tag. Supplies: Alice Mailbox Muse Stamp Set Tags Glitz Papers Watercolor Pencils Water Brush Ink Adhesive Seam Binding/Ribbon Stain I started by stamping out images onto white cardstock, cutting out and coloring with my Watercolor Pencils. Taking a tag I used this as a template to cut out a piece of paper to fit, and another Alice Theme Scrap of Paper to simply layer.  I stuck these all together on the tag and inked the edges. I then placed and adhered my colored images. Lastly taking a piece of seam binding I dyed this with Distress Stain to a color to complement the tag. And added this to my

Dragonfly Dreams Desk Accessory

Hello everyone!  Barbara here with more stamping ideas using the Mailbox Muse stamp sets.  Today I am using the  Muse Dragonfly stamp set  with a really fun substrate from the  Square Coaster Book w/chain .  You could use it to display a small calendar, but I wanted to make something to sit on my desk that I could look at every now and then and make me smile.  This little piece did it for me.  What do you think? Paint both sides of one coaster with Carbon chalk paint; let dry. Use a spatula to spread the  Aleene's Tacky Glue  unevenly over the coaster, leaving some areas thicker and some areas thinner for a variety of crackle effects.  Do not let the glue dry completely, just until it is tacky. Apply a coat of Vintage chalk paint over the glue surface, but do not brush over it more than once or twice.  Don't worry about your brush strokes or uneven paint coat.  It is best not to over work the  paint. As the paint dries, you will see the cracks de

Happy Easter to Everyone!

As a Thank You and to celebrate the day....Please right click and save these lovely Spring images to your collection. The Altered Pages Team sends love and hope to all.  Wishing for Peace and safety for everyone around the world.