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It's a Sunday in Arizona

It's been a hectic month and I think it's going to get even more so with the Holidays coming down the road very quickly!   I remember saying (I think it was yesterday) before you know it, we will decorating for Halloween - but it was in March!!!

I have hesitated to do it, that is; to post anything Christmas, but I am seeing it out already. Considering our time frame to get things done, it really does have to appear sooner than later.

The end of August will be a fun time for you and our Team.  We encourage you to participate in our Bog Hop with Bombshell Babes.    August 27th is the date, make sure it's on your calendar!     Prizes will be given for hoppers!   Our  Design Team and The BB Design team are participating for sure.   JOIN IN!    
BombShell Babes Blog HOP with AlteredPages  AUGUST 27, 2013

AND please also note your calendar for October as we will be joining Smeared and Smudged Ink for an awesome month long blog hop -  31 Days of Halloween.    
Get ready for some incredible creations!

AlteredPages and Smeared Ink will BLOG HOP EVERYDAY!

We will continue our BLOG Challenges in August & September but will be busy blogging in October, so we will resume Challenges in November.   

Have a Groovy week.   Let go and create, let no one interfere with your dreams!


  1. Saw the advert for the smeared ink blog hop yesterday. Will be trying to hop along everyday. Halloween is such fun.


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