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Thursday, August 18, 2011

An interview with Doodlebug!

I was recently contacted by Jessica Howard over at I Spy Montreal, who wanted to ask me a few questions about face painting and how Doodlebug came to be. You can read the interview in it's entirety here:

I was so flattered! I've never been interviewed by anyone before! Thanks Jessica! :•)

If you're not familiar with I Spy Montreal, here it is in a nutshell: I Spy Montreal's weekly newsletter delivers a roundup of weekend events and activities right to your inbox. The newsletter gives you information about children’s plays, movies, musical performances, workshops, fairs, festivals and seasonal events. I received my first newsletter by email a couple of days ago and my head was spinning with all the info it contained! Festivals, plays, street fairs – the list went on! Who knew there were so many family-friendly activities going on at once?

But there is little time for fun lately. For those of you who don't know, I will be moving in a few days. It has been an exhausting summer with renovations, packing up the house and all of the other prep work that goes into a move. The last time I moved houses was before I had children, so trying to get everything done with 2 young kids underfoot has been a challenge, but the end is in sight and we will be in our new home shortly. I look forward to getting back to face painting and blogging as my schedule frees up this September!


  1. Face painting ideas are very creative for seasonal events and theme based decoration too. You have shared nice face painting pictures in your blogs which are amazing.

  2. Like your face painting, he looks as if he is wearing a mask. 5 stars for that.

  3. Face painting is so decorative and very awesome to look...This blog gave more experience about face painting..

  4. That is awesome. I love face painting and I love hearing about stories like yours. Thanks for sharing. Your tiger face is really pretty.

  5. That is fantastic. Face painting is an art that appears as real face. I realy like your face paint designs.