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Fun New Altered Projects....

We have some really fun altered projects for you all today
using lots of different papers that we carry.  Each one is
unique and adorable and the best part is you don't have
to spend alot of money to create something fun and special
and it can be used in your home or you can give it
as a gift and have everyone going ga-ga over it!

Karen found this wonderful project on this link:
and created it using a Spellbinders die and our Bella papers
filled with lots of pretty spring flowers and glittery dots. It
is sooo cute and would be adorable to make up a table full
of these for a baby shower.  

supplies: Bella  GP 465, and Glitter Dots in blue BGP 204

Altered tray by Sandy Ang

This is such a fun project to create with an old 
divider tray that you have laying around and 
creating a chipboard cover for it to put fun tags 
in for a gift or to help you organize what you already
have in your stash.  All you need for this is a tray, 6x6 pad
of our Travel Mini papers, chipboard, adhesive and some
tags to make or alter to put inside! 

Altered Frame by Julie Walton

Julie created created this frame as a mini album
of sorts to put journaling, stickers and fun photos
of a fun trip they recently had to the Grand Canyon.
All the papers and stickers are from our Travel Line
and she made the flowers with punched circles and
add Epiphany acrylic buttons in the centers.  It really came
out beautiful and would be fun to do for a whole wall
in your house to show recent trips you went on.
Altered frame by Julie Walton
This is another version of a frame that Julie did
just by making a mini page inside. These are so
fun to do on the wall because you can use it as a
decoration and you can show the photo off with
lots of fun little things that make it alot more personal.

supplies: Jubilee GP 527, GCS018, letters.and
die to cut glitter cardstock.
Altered frame by Irit Shalom
Altering frames doesn't always have to be
for photos.  You can create these gorgeous 
frames by using up little scraps you have laying
around and give them as gifts or decorate a
fun place in your house or scrap room!

supplies: GP490 for the base and suitcase from GP 487,
and lots of stickers that Irit layered from CS010.
Altered CD Case by Brittny Lejeune

Brittny took a simple CD case and covered it with 
lots of bits and pieces of our Travel paper to make this
great gift.  It contains a CD of their favorite car tunes
they listen to when they travel....
supplies needed: One old CD case, and Travel papers
GP 487, 490 cardstock pieces from EC010, mini letters
from CS010 and a piece of really pretty brown satin ribbon

Altered Photo Tags by Petra Offrell
Petra came up with this adorable idea to make tags of her
3 kids every year at the same time to document their growth
 and things they love in a neat and simple way that doesn't take
up very much space.  She said it would also be fun to make an altered
box or even hang them on a wall in a frame so that everyone can see
them and enjoy how gorgeous they are.

Altered gift bag by Katarina Damm
all you need for this beautiful gift bag is an old bag
you can cover with a piece of our Jubilee flower paper
and some grommets and ribbon. It came out really cute!

Thanks again for stopping by and hope you look
at some of that old junk you have laying around and
maybe have fun fixing it up and creating something  this
week that you can use again instead of throwing it away.

Have a wonderful Day!


  1. WOW!! Excellent creations today. Love those baby creations and what a fun travel line! WTG ladies :)

  2. So cute! Love that little stroller!

  3. I love that carriage! I tried the link but it doesn't seem to be working. I'd love to find the instructions.

  4. wow, they are all gorgeous. the carriage is really cute!


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