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Make sure you enter the quantity you want to by, then click "change quantity" button (near the lower left corner of shopping cart). Then click "proceed to checkout" or "continue shopping"button.

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When will my order ship?
Each item is handpainted with care and may take a few days to complete. You will be notified when your completed order will ship. If there is a rush on an item, please e-mail me with date needed before ordering.

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What is the National Inclusion Project (formerly known as the Bubel Aiken Foundation)?
Please join us in celebrating "making a difference"!!! The National Inclusion Project's primary goal is to help ensure that all children with developmental disabilities are totally immersed in all life has to offer. Clay Aiken, from American Idol is the co-founder along with Diane Bubel. The Project creates awareness and provides much needed funding to qualified programs serving families in need of funds to assist individuals in life skills, one-to-one social skills, and more importantly, to programs that provide social interaction with non-disabled peers. They provide summer camps and work with local YMCA's to make their goal of inclusion a reality. To learn more about the National Inclusion Project, follow the link below: http://www.thebubelaikenfoundation.org/

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What is Helping Horse?
Helping Horse is an equestrian therapy riding program in North Raleigh, which is coming up on its 20th year serving the needs of special children of Raleigh! Helping Horse is a wholly volunteer program which serves 30 young people a season become stronger, more focused and more confident! To learn more about Helping Horse, visit www.helpinghorse.org today!

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Whay type of paint do you use?
Spray Paint on beads: Rust-oleum American Accents Conforms to ASTMD-4236 Lead-free & Non-toxic Rust-oleum Painter's Touch Conforms to ASTMD-4236 Lead-free & Non-toxic Painted images on bead: Apple Barrell Acrylic Paints - Certified AP Non-toxic waterbased Anita's Acrylic Paints - Certified AP Non-toxic waterbased FolkArt Acrylic Colors - Certified AP Non-toxic waterbased What does the ACMI Seals mean? The new AP (Approved Product) Seal, with or without Performance Certification, identifies art materials that are safe and that are certified in a toxicological evaluation by a medical expert to contain no materials in sufficient quantities to be toxic or injurious to humans, including children, or to cause acute or chronic health problems. This seal is currently replacing the previous non-toxic seals: CP (Certified Product), AP (Approved Product), and HL Health Label (Non-Toxic) over a 10-year phase-in period. Such products are certified by ACMI to be labeled in accordance with the chronic hazard labeling standard, ASTM D 4236, and the U. S. Labeling of Hazardous Art Materials Act (LHAMA). Additionally, products bearing the AP Seal with Performance Certification or the CP Seal are certified to meet specific requirements of material, workmanship, working qualities, and color developed by ACMI and others through recognized standards organizations, such as the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM). Some products cannot attain this performance certification because no quality standard currently exists for certain types of products. Sealer: Plaid ® Patricia Nimocks Clear Acrylic Sealer - Gloss CS200305 Conforms to ASTMD-4236

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