Good morning all!  Today is a great day on the Graphic 45 Blog!  It’s all about Altered Art and believe me . . . there are some great projects that are being shared today.

My project being shared today is a Chunky Tag that I created using papers, tags, stickers and lots of metal from the Graphic 45 Olde Curiosity Shoppe Collection and Spellbinders™ Die Templates.  (Oh gee . . . could this be a class sample maybe?)

Curiosity Shoppe side:


Remedies and Preventives side:


There’s more to be seen, but I want you to visit the Graphic 45 Blog SO . . . that’s where you need to go  . . . PLUS you’ll get to see some other fabulous projects!

Thanks for stopping by and remember . . . life is short, embrace the adventures of your day!

Oh and by the way, thanks for all the well wishes and notes for Mallory.  She’s been so sick over the weekend . . . we’ve been to the emergency room twice, the doctors office twice, and she had CT Scans on top of it all.  The bottom line . . . she’s being treated for kidney stones.  All the symptoms are there, they just didn’t show up in the scan.  She’s staying home with us until she’s well enough to drive and head back to school . . . graduation is only a few weeks away and we need to get her well enough to travel back so we can finally watch her get that 5-year degree!


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6 Responses to “Graphic 45 Altered Art!”

  1. Love this!!!! Fun, colorful and amazing!

  2. Nothing makes a parent more proud than to have a child graduating from college; congratulations to you and your entire family, Sherry. Love your altered art piece and will now head over to G45 blog to see more pretties.

  3. Oh Wow this is just Amazing, every detail is perfect, great coloring layout and embellishing!!!!
    Sorry to hear Mallory still isn’t feeling well, sure hope her treatment starts working and she can get that much deserved diploma!

  4. Your chunky tags are the best!

  5. I love the dimension of this piece. You really rocked it, sister!

  6. […] project is a wall hanging that I made to coordinate with the Chunky Tag shown last week.  At first I thought I might work this project into a class, but it didn’t quite […]

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