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This is a mailing list for visitors to the Divas D'Este website. Subscribers will receive notices of sales and new gallery additions. We will also provide you with updates to our shopping page as well as when we add new original art! This is an announcements only list and we will post, on average, about once every couple of months. You will never receive more than one message per week. (To all new members - please read the welcome message in the files folder for important group information.)


The Divas D'Este are a mother/daughter team of mixed media artists. Dawn & De's creative work includes collage, altered books, artist trading cards, artistamps, art dolls, digital collage, works on canvas, fabric art, wearable art, assemblage art and all manner of mixed media and paper arts.

Their work has been featured on HGTV's "That's Clever", as well as in magazines, as rubber-stamps, drink coasters, art posters, magnets, t-shirts, calendars and more. Further, they have exhibited in several juried art shows across the country.

The Divas D'Este website is a source of art supplies for Rubber Stamping, Collage, Scrapbooking, Artist Trading Cards, Altered Books, and all forms of Assemblage & Mixed Media art.

Note: Advertisements and SPAM of any kind are NOT permitted in this group. In order to prevent spammers, this group is set for restricted membership. This is ONLY to keep out those who are not joining for Diva-ine reasons. Thanks so much for your patience.

To learn more about the Divas please visit their website at http://www.divasdeste.com

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  • 61
  • Crafts
  • Mar 21, 2006
  • English

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