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Sunday in Arizona

Good Morning on the last Sunday in April.

I wanted to share something with you all.   We have been formulating a plan for local events in addition to our online presence.

We will be kicking it off in May with in your home Art Parties.    We will offer two projects for a very reasonable  price for groups of 10 people.   We will have guest artists who will teach techniques and full projects.   It's an exciting opportunity and we hope much fun for everyone.

One of the projects (a simple one) will be our recipe tag book.

Don't forget,  the BLOG Challenge ends on Tuesday, get y our photo submitted for the prize package which you can see on the Challenge Page, click at the top bar above to get there.   

Happy Sunday and here's to a fabulous week!



  1. Hi Jean,

    If you need a place to hold any classes, I can host anywhere from 10 to 20 folks in my space depending on what type of project. I hold classes in my home and I've had up to 18 ladies and as few as 5. I just held my "upcycled" light bulb doll class this past Saturday and we had lots of fun.

    ImagiMeri's Creations


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