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Debut of our newest Designer


Ingrid's art can be quirky, just like her personality!  
And we meant that in a good way!
She easily breaks into song & dance.
She loves color & uses it with abandon.  
Ingrid's work can make you feel good and add a smile to your face!

I have been a quilter for the last 18 years and a mixed media artist for the last few years.  I love working with rich layered colors, textures and shapes on paper, wood, fabric and objects of all kinds. From painting with acrylics and encaustics to embroidery on felted wool, there's not much I haven't tried. I enjoy crafting, decorating and reading murder mysteries. My latest addiction has been looking at the pinboards at Pinterest. My dear software engineer husband of 31 years and I have lived in the inferno called Phoenix, AZ for the past 16 years and have a grown son at ASU studying at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism. My two cats, Ricky and Lucy keep me company while I entertain them with loose bits of ephemera that happen to fall their way.   My involvement in a diverse Art Group based in PHX lead me to become acquainted with Jean Moore and learn of

I am honored and excited to be able to participate on the design team and look forward to coming up with new ideas using Altered Pages products.  Thank you!

Ingrid's debut kit is the
Alteredpages "Love Shack Shrine"
Ingrid used the Board Book Shadow box with a multitude of embellishments and fun objects.   The kit is available for purchase...
See the Love Shack Shrine Kit by clicking here.

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