Charisse Santillan Tinio noticed that her son Sancho was a good painter when he started painting using acrylic medium at three years old. Instead of selling the paintings though, they created useful merchandise out of them.
Sancho’s paintings have been reproduced into mouse pads, aprons, notebooks, note cards, and more, which he sells in bazaars such as the Kiddopreneur. Charisse guides him in pricing and marketing the products. Sancho earns an average of P10,000.00 per bazaar from a capital of P15,000.00, which already includes booth expenses.
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