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    Michelle from Beauséjour Art

          1. Let us know a bit about yourself. By day I work behind the scenes of an online store for a major cellphone service provider. My days mostly consist of analysing people’s credit and preventing fraud (I like to think this could be my superpower!). When I’m not in the office I am usually enjoying the quiet nature of my riverside Montréal home. I also enjoy cooking, crafting and playing with my two ferrets Skittle and Belette. 2. What do you make? I like to dabble in a bit of everything. I could not say I make just one product, but yet multiple products for different aspects…

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    Easy To Make Lyric Wall Art

    Here’s a great idea for someone who wants original wall art but is not too comfortable picking up a paintbrush. Well in this project you will need to pick up a paintbrush but not have to worry too much about technique. I’ve seen this popular pin a few times and wanted to try it out for myself.   What you’ll need:   Canvas Acrylic paints Paint brush Alphabet stickers A favorite phrase or song lyric in mind           1. Choose your paints. Make sure you have multiple colours or a set colour scheme or you can even free style it. Basically go abstract on the canvas…

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    Toddler Achievement Award Display

    This is a quick and easy achievement award display that you can use in your toddler or preschool classroom, or you can adapt it for your own child. Supplies: one piece of black construction paper for each child one sheet of coloured construction  paper for each child’s name one sheet of construction paper in each colour you’d like to use for your circle badges white washable paint alphabet stencil scissors pen 2″ circle paper punch or a cup to trace masking tape or wall-safe adhesive On each piece of paper, have a child press their painted hands onto the black paper. Clean them up, and let their masterpiece dry. Using…