Meet Michelle Cousineau

Hi, I’m Michelle -a wife, mom (human and furry), daughter, sister, nurse, business owner, and a forever student of life that loves to explore and evolve.

I am the proud owner of Engrave It All, USA. I started this business so I could memorialize memories for others while doing something that I love to do… engraving.

My love for engraving began when I was a child making crafts. Over the years, even while supporting my family as a nurse, I loved exploring my creative self. When the pandemic began, I spent my free time making various items for family and friends. It was during this time that I seriously considered hanging up my nursing cap to pursue engraving full time.

I take great pride in every project I complete. Whether the assignment is large or small, my finished work reflects the heart and soul I use to create each item. Check out my site… I can personalize most materials. If you do not see what you are looking for let’s chat to make your vision a reality. I personally guarantee my work!

The samples and testimonials included on my site will further lend credibility to my offerings. Whether you are looking for gifts for a friend, items highlighting your favorite sports team, or special pieces for your large family or corporate event, I would love to commemorate your memories through engraving. Thanks for taking a look!!!

MC

Testimonials

Michelle is great to work with and is so helpful in answering all of your questions. She builds quality client relationships with unique and affordable gifts.

Kim Lenga, Emerge Fitness

Your work is truly amazing!

Amy Knight

“I feel this place is finally complete!” Referencing the 3×3 foot custom wooden sign that he ordered of his furry buddy Hunter, for his cabin property. The sign was double sided so it could be seen in both directions from the road.

Michael Thomas

Fun Fact: when you set the tumblers on the grill shelf edge, the outside of the tumbler gets extremely hot, but the ice inside does not melt. I actually had to use a hot pad to move the tumbler from the shelf and the ice wasn’t affected at all.

Brenda LaFave