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Get YOUR Holiday Art Apron on!

I know it's ATC month, BUT I wanted to make sure you know about our Seasonal and Holiday kits so you can order in time to make them. 

We also have winners today!  

Some of the most memorable gifts I have received are handmade. And they are the ones I have kept for many years. 

You can create a legacy gift that will be treasured too!

See what we have come up with for your gifting this season.   Maybe that perfect hostess gift?   OR that elusive 'new' gift idea for a teacher.

How about a Hostess gift wine bottle hanger that YOU handmade?   

Perhaps an ornament for your Aunt or a colleague?  

All of our Kits contain most all materials you will need plus color photo instructions for completion.    (You add scissors and glue)

Enjoy the ATC makings and don't forget to send your ATC photo to either or post directly to our Facebook page.....

PLEASE include#SeptemberATC when posting.  YOU can win prizes!  THANKS!

The BIG winner is  ~   JULIA MITCHEL

She receives a Watercolor Pencil Drawing Tin! (not just for watercolor)   

All other ATC submitters get 3 digital collages.   
Please email your postal address and preferred email address so we may forward the items.  (We never share your personal info)


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