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Welcome Rains

Good Sunday to You from Jean.

In Arizona we are having an unusually fantastic April. Our temperatures have been in the 70's and we have had glorious rains.   Not sure what this means for the summer but we are totally enjoying it.

Glorious Hibiscus to welcome you


We have had fun with the latest Muse Kit and creating some coloring page items.   

Here are some of the characters that are included just for whimsical fun....

Did you know that when you join us at The Mailbox Muse, you get a code for 20% off all purchases at AlteredPages?  Order  your kit to get the code!  

Stay tuned for amazing art from our Team and MD Hobby Craft in May.   

PLUS well known Artists will be Featured with their Art and personal observations!

Thanks to Stencil 1 for making April a great one for our Team and your viewing.

Make sure to comment for the giveaway drawing!   Spread the word about AlteredPages to your friends in all your social media.  We appreciate your support!

Have the very best week ever!   


  1. Awww, coloring pages? Adorable and retro! I still have my box of Crayolas! Can't wait to get these!

  2. I can't wait to get my kit! The birds are so cute♥


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