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Hello and happy Sunday to YOU

Let's welcome that elusive Spring!

I thought you might enjoy hearing from Susan Pickering Rothamel.

She tells us how she got started and how her business works.   She is an awesome woman with an awesome company.  Thank You Susan for allowing us to partner with you.  We are proud to have a working relationship with a real PRO!

Thanks for visiting today and stay tuned to see our Team create fabulous projects with USArtQuest products.  We will be giving away a bottle of PPA for those who comment on the blog this week (one per day in a random drawing).


  1. What great advice she gives! Such a sweet person! I can't wait to see what projects the DT shares!!!

  2. Love her practicality about business and yet able to leave space for creativity.

  3. So many wonderful products, and she's clearly adept at using them all!!!

  4. So many beautiful products! I love the papers shown, and would love to try out the PPA!

  5. The warehouse is awesome! Sue has a warehouse sale at least once a year. It's amazing to see and feel all of those beautiful papers. I also like to stock up on PPA when I'm there.

  6. Love Susan and her products. PPA is the bomb, nothing better


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