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Happiest of Mother's Days to YOU

Please join our Link Up Blog Party!   

What Art creation do you have that honors Mom, Grandma, Aunt, Sister or Dear Friend?  

I created a funky Tribute to Mom, the woman that has eyes in the back of her head, can hear what you are thinking and generally KNOWS ALL!

You'll poke your eye out!

Your face with freeze like that!

Stop hitting your brother/sister!

If I have to come in there....

Who put the footprints on the ceiling?
(that really happened)

She does allot for everyone and often does less for herself than anyone else. 

We all have had a Mom and she was a lesson for us all in many ways.

Celebrate with our Link UP Party and share your Mom creations for the fun of it!

We will Giveaway; a Beautiful Vintage Mother's Day handkerchief, plus a package of Oil Pastel Crayons.   One randomly drawn winner will be announced  next Sunday.

Alter Your Creativity Link Up Blog Party Rules 

    Your project must be newly created within the

    time frame of this challenge - no back linking 


      Your project you must use at least one 
        item from Altered Pages, ie, collage 
          sheet, eco art board, tags, papers etc. 
            and don't forget to tell us what it is. We 
              have provided a couple of collage sheets 
                for you to use!!!

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