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Interview for a radio show and a virtual tour of my studio!

in my studio...

Hello Lovelies!
 I had the pleasure to spend some times with the lovely Anne Godin, a radio host for CBC (Radio-Canada) called "Tout un samedi". We talked about how I started my ever so blooming paper flower business, some of my best art projects and of course we talked about my book!  

You can view and listen the interview here: Ici Radio Canada - Acadie

Cheers!
Chantal xx

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