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IMAGINE Crafts Artists Linda Lucas, Penny Ward and Maureen Cronin

Altered Pages and IMAGINE Crafts have partnered for the month of June!  Every day the Altered Pages Design Team will share a projects using the AWESOME products we received from IMAGINE Crafts.  

On Tuesdays, during June, the Altered Pages blog will feature projects from the Artists in Residence at IMAGINE Crafts. They will be sharing projects that they have created using Altered Pages products with IMAGINE Crafts products! 

Be sure to visit each of the artists blog below by "clicking on their name" to learn how to create these WONDERFUL projects. If you get an error message when you click on the links, please click on the header and you will get them!


Maureen Cronin

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  1. Three beautiful project, ladies! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Oh mu gosh! What wonderful projects! I love the dragonfly card; so imaginative and fresh!

  3. I love how each each project is so unique!!! Awesome job!!!

  4. TREMENDOUS art! love the diversity!

  5. They are unique ! I like all 3♥

  6. Wonderful array of projects. I do love the image that Linda's one of my favorites here at AP!

  7. Thank you for a fantastic blog hop!

  8. A beautiful assortment of projects showcasing the AP and Imagine Craft products. Thanks for sharing with us.


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