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Fall is more than just Halloween

FALL brings family time and get togethers

Thanksgiving allows us to come together and celebrate family and friends...  Invitations, centerpieces and name cards make for a festive time.    At the Moore house we usually have extra guests at our table and it's nice to know everyone's names.

Download this collage and cut for place settings on your table.

simply right click, save and print, cut &ink the edges, add ribbons or leave plain.

I am so happy to say that shipments are arriving daily for the new seasons.   

We have Julie Nutting Stamps, Wink of Stella singles and 3 packs, new Texture Tools, and Chalky Paints from DecoArt!


Use the new Chalk Paints to add a great finish to the above wooden pieces.  Embellish and add flowers, tulle, buttons, charms, whatever!   

New Holiday papers will soon be available too, see some of these scrumptious patterns - Ready for you in Assorted Holiday Packs.   

Keep in mind YOU can win our wonderful Giveaway in Time for the Holidays.  post #ALTEREDPAGES on YOUR Facebook page!   

Happy Creating and have an artful week.   Best regards,

P.S.   ORDER your Mailbox Muse Art Kit today, there are hardly any left!


  1. Looks like some fabulous products will be arriving soon! Can't wait!

  2. Those Christmas papers are beautiful. Thanks for the holiday place cards!

  3. Ohhhh! Love the Christmas papers! And thank you for the Thanksgiving printable.


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