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by May 13, 2020Art0 comments

In this, our first video, we’ll introduce a family walking a tightrope. We will also complete an abstract art challenge and conclude with a chat about how being a creative person is very much like walking a tightrope. Find us on FB- Made To Create Find us on IG- madeto_create Email- madetocreate100@gmail.com This Weeks Creative Challenge Supply List is as follows: Paper, paint, and an assortment of kitchen tools.


Aimee Perry, a singer/songwriter, and entrepreneur who presently resides in Charlotte NC. She has written music, poetry, blogs, stories, and children’s songs. One common thread running through her work is her ability to articulate matters of the heart in a way that leaves the reader with more understanding of their own humanity, and the joy of living loved. Made To Create YouTube Channel

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