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Sunday in Arizona

A Good Sunday to Everyone.

Today is the launch of the AlteredPages Parties in Phoenix, AZ and a HAPPY Cinco de Mayo!   Let the chips and salsa be served and washed down with Margaritas or Iced Tea with a lime.

We will have a group of 10 people working to create some fun items.  With Mother's Day coming soon, we thought it was fitting to make something that could be for Mom or other special people.

The Girls will be making a framed Dragonfly wall hanging or light catcher.  It is two sided and has a window with dragonflies flitting by and lovely dangling charms we will make.

In addition, there will be a Tag book for recipes in a Retro style, mid century which is now (sadly) history!

We will also do a quick gift tag for Mom and include 
a blank card for giving.  We will post pictures of the girls all having a great time working with their instructor ~
Stephanie Siatta.

Thanks for stopping by on this great day in May.   Enjoy your Spring and the flowers that bloom so colorfully.



  1. Hi Jean
    These look like two very pretty projects that will be fun to make, I am loving the frame

  2. Hey, looks like you are all going to have a fun day. Lovely projects. Looking forward to seeing more.....

  3. How much fun! I love all things with wings - dragonflies, butterflies and bumble bees! Happy Cinco de Mayo. For lunch today I had a cactus and zuchinni veggie dish and a tostada -- yum!



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