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Meet Altered Pages New Design Team Member!

AlteredPages.com is super excited to welcome

June Mac


on the Altered Pages Design Team!  

You may already know June as she has been on Facebook sharing her creations for several years!



Hi,  My name is June Macfarlane and most people know me as June Mac.  I am an artist in both digital and physical art and have been involved in paper crafts and altered arts for many years now. I am now retired, but used to be a lecturer in weight loss and was co-owner of a diet and weight loss business.

 
 
 
In recent years, I have taken a break from much as I was the caretaker for my parents, but Dad passed in 2013 and mam is now in a care home with dementia. I am no longer caring fulltime for them or my two grown up sons.   I enjoy lots of family time, but my focus now daily is my art which is my passion in both physical and digital art.
 
 
 
 
 
Please help us welcome June Mac to the team!
 
Watch for project this month created by our Design Team
using USArtQuest products!
 
 
 

Comments

  1. Welcome, June. Thanks for sharing your art with us. I'm looking forward to your design team projects!

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  2. Welcome June! Lovely art. Can't wait to see what else you create.

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  3. So happy you're here, June! A very big welcome to you!

    :)

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