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A New Blog

Now that the business of AlteredPages.com has become somewhat less of a mystery to me, I feel  I can branch out and explore more.  Alteredpages.com is my dream and I am living it.  
Please make sure to go to our website to see new kits, new products and happy faces!   Our Design Team is remarkable.  Dianne, Lindart, Trisha, Gayle, Cathy, Eunice, Arline, Katrina, Christine, Debi, Michelle and Tolegranny are the creative geniuses when it comes to our kits and design inspiration.

I am proud to announce that Gayle Page-Robak is our Creative Artist.   Gayle's work will be seen here as well as on the website and in our Yahoo group.     Gayle has a full category of original collages available for you.  

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This blog will be a forum for showcasing talent and projects associated with Alteredpages.com.   The yahoo group http://groups.yahoo.com/group/alteredpages/  is meant for chatter and friendly support.  Please feel free to join.

We appreciate you following the journey of our artists and contributors.  

Jean

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  1. Congratulations on another new beginning, Jean! As the Altered Pages'Creative Artist I look forward to showcasing artwork created with the new and beautiful Altered Pages-Artsociates Rubber Stamp line. As well, I will be presenting Mixed Media and Digital Art with images from the vast collection of Digital Collage sheets featured at the Altered Pages website. Hugs, Gayle Page-Robak

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