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Thursday, May 29, 2014

I am having so much fun being on the AlteredPages.com Design Team
I am having so much fun being on the AlteredPages.com Design Team
For exciting and new products, visit AlteredPages.com
For exciting and new products, visit AlteredPages.com

Friday, May 23, 2014

I have been having a ball on the Design Team for Altered Pages.  I am learning so much.  The artwork is the easy part, the computer part, not so much, but I am learning as I am going.  Everyone is so nice and helpful, and PATIENT!
Keep your eyes out for my next project on my blog and while you are here, follow me too
Thanks!!
I have been having a ball on the Design Team for Altered Pages.  I am learning so much.  The artwork is the easy part, the computer part, not so much, but I am learning as I am going.  Everyone is so nice and helpful, and PATIENT!
Keep your eyes out for my next project on my blog and while you are here, follow me too
Thanks!!

Saturday, May 17, 2014

The "Shoe Queen Tag" was made with a tag, MementoLuxe Peanut Brittle Ink, glue, shoes from my stash and stamps from http://alteredpages.com

Anyone that knows me knows I AM the shoe queen, can't have too many shoes~!
The "Shoe Queen Tag" was made with a tag, MementoLuxe Peanut Brittle Ink, glue, shoes from my stash and stamps from http://alteredpages.com

Anyone that knows me knows I AM the shoe queen, can't have too many shoes~!
Tag called "The Shoe Queen" I made with supplies from http://alteredpages.com
Tag called "The Shoe Queen" I made with supplies from http://alteredpages.com
Tag called "The Shoe Queen" I made with supplies from http://alteredpages.com

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

STEAMPUNK ATB

Hello, Francine here! I finished my Eileen Hull ATB and here it is for you to enjoy ~


I adhered the Altered Pages collage sheets to all sides of the box. On the ATB top is a Farthy, which is a Steampunk unicycle! Farthy's were developed in the 1880's and were named after the penny farthing coin (just a bit of trivia).  


Sitting on the Farthy is a ballerina poodle with butterfly wings. The poodle actually TURNS! You can see the Poodle from all sides of the box . The spoke of the bike has a key that TURNS with glitter surrounding the mechanism.


Above please notice a friendly giraffe who has been framed!  The lovely lady has a crown with a feather and flower that match her dress.  For the overall, Steampunk gears were added for lots of dimension. 

I had a lot of fun making this ATB and look forward to my next project as a Design Team Member for Altered Pages! 
Developed and used in the 1880s, these vehicles were the first to be called bicycles and were characterized by a large front wheel and a much smaller rear wheel (in this case, it's flipped). Their amusing nickname comes from the old British penny and farthing coins, with the former being much larger than the latter, so that if put side by side, the penny leading a farthing would resemble one of the new bicycles. - See more at: http://1800recycling.com/2011/07/recycling-steampunk-bicycles/#sthash.fRQhUA4S.dpuf


Supplies used:
Eileen Hull ATB
Glue
Altered Pages Steampunk Purple Collage Sheet
Altered Pages Steampunk Green Collage Sheet
Ink
Glitter
From my stash: butterfly wings, flower, feather, frame, key, gears

Don't forget to check back all month long in May to see what the team is creating with their Artist Trading Blocks!    AND VISIT TEAM ATB

 See the ATB TEAM at Eileen Hull's blog


STEAMPUNK ATB

Hello, Francine here! I finished my Eileen Hull ATB and here it is for you to enjoy ~


I adhered the Altered Pages collage sheets to all sides of the box. On the ATB top is a Farthy, which is a Steampunk unicycle! Farthy's were developed in the 1880's and were named after the penny farthing coin (just a bit of trivia).  


Sitting on the Farthy is a ballerina poodle with butterfly wings. The poodle actually TURNS! You can see the Poodle from all sides of the box . The spoke of the bike has a key that TURNS with glitter surrounding the mechanism.


Above please notice a friendly giraffe who has been framed!  The lovely lady has a crown with a feather and flower that match her dress.  For the overall, Steampunk gears were added for lots of dimension. 

I had a lot of fun making this ATB and look forward to my next project as a Design Team Member for Altered Pages! 
Developed and used in the 1880s, these vehicles were the first to be called bicycles and were characterized by a large front wheel and a much smaller rear wheel (in this case, it's flipped). Their amusing nickname comes from the old British penny and farthing coins, with the former being much larger than the latter, so that if put side by side, the penny leading a farthing would resemble one of the new bicycles. - See more at: http://1800recycling.com/2011/07/recycling-steampunk-bicycles/#sthash.fRQhUA4S.dpuf


Supplies used:
Eileen Hull ATB
Glue
Altered Pages Steampunk Purple Collage Sheet
Altered Pages Steampunk Green Collage Sheet
Ink
Glitter
From my stash: butterfly wings, flower, feather, frame, key, gears

Don't forget to check back all month long in May to see what the team is creating with their Artist Trading Blocks!    AND VISIT TEAM ATB

 See the ATB TEAM at Eileen Hull's blog


Saturday, May 3, 2014

During the month of May join the Altered Pages Design Team as we cross promote Eileen Hull Designs Artist Trading Block's.
We are cross promoting with the "The Artists on the Block" Design Team.
The "The Artists on the Block" will be posting inspirational ATB's every Tuesday.
The Altered Pages Design Team will be posting every Tuesday and Thursday. Be sure to stop by often for a month of inspiration.
During the month of May join the Altered Pages Design Team as we cross promote Eileen Hull Designs Artist Trading Block's.
We are cross promoting with the "The Artists on the Block" Design Team.
The "The Artists on the Block" will be posting inspirational ATB's every Tuesday.
The Altered Pages Design Team will be posting every Tuesday and Thursday. Be sure to stop by often for a month of inspiration.

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Day Dreaming of LOVE!

Francine here, I am really excited to join the Altered Pages Design Team.

"Day Dreaming of Love" Canvas 
To create the canvas, crumble the two pieces of tissue paper and adhere them with Mod Podge, let dry.  Add lettering and images from Altered Pages Collage Sheet Really Red.  Cut red doily in half and attach to the canvas.  Embellish the doily with paper rose and mini bottle (with a love letter inside). Attach "Call Again" image from collage sheet with pop dots for added dimension.  Finish the canvas with German Foil and a few more roses.
Supplies:
Canvas
Tissue Papers - Plain Red Tissue  and  Images on White Tissue
Mod Podge
Letters
Doily
Mini Bottle
Roses
Pop Dots
German Foil


 

Day Dreaming of LOVE!

Francine here, I am really excited to join the Altered Pages Design Team.

"Day Dreaming of Love" Canvas 
To create the canvas, crumble the two pieces of tissue paper and adhere them with Mod Podge, let dry.  Add lettering and images from Altered Pages Collage Sheet Really Red.  Cut red doily in half and attach to the canvas.  Embellish the doily with paper rose and mini bottle (with a love letter inside). Attach "Call Again" image from collage sheet with pop dots for added dimension.  Finish the canvas with German Foil and a few more roses.
Supplies:
Canvas
Tissue Papers - Plain Red Tissue  and  Images on White Tissue
Mod Podge
Letters
Doily
Mini Bottle
Roses
Pop Dots
German Foil