Nov 29, 2016

Drawing Creative Letters: An Introduction to Lettering for Beginners & a GIVEAWAY!

Are you ready for my big announcement?!

I am an official Skillshare Teacher!



Let's not focus on that freeze frame though.


After a lot of bossing, or I mean, constant encouraging, from my sister, I started working on this class over the last few weeks, and today my newest class for Skillshare is officially live!

Most of you know I'm a huge fan of Skillshare and have heard me mention it a few times, but if you’re not familiar, Skillshare is an online learning community with thousands of classes on everything from business to graphic design to fashion – it’s the Netflix of learning. Classes are bite-sized and have a fun project so you can practice your newly learned skills.

My class, Drawing Creative Letters: An Introduction to Lettering for Beginners, is on drawing letters, where you’ll learn the basics of lettering, join me in my creative process and learn some tips along the way. I’m proud of what I’ve created and I’d really appreciate if you’d check out my class!

By using this special link: http://skl.sh/2foTeD7, you’ll get access to my class, plus all other classes on Skillshare for just $0.99. For three months, you can learn how to knit, take better iphone pictures or even how to make a killer grilled cheese sandwich, all for less than a dollar.

I'd love to hear what you think so I have teamed up with Skillshare and my sister, Ashley, to host a giveaway. 2 winners will receive a 1 year Premium Subscription to Skillshare.

To be eligible, enroll in my class here, take the class and post a photo of your class project by December 19. That's it. I will choose a winner and Ashley will choose a winner.

Good luck and happy drawing!

2 comments:

  1. The one thing I admire about your blog is how you can just stay on target.You have made my day!

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  2. You have really blog for crazy. For such people as I am =P
    Thank you for all the inspiration and cool tips that I read here!
    All the best, Kate from handmadewritings

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I know it can be a little scary but go on, I'd love to hear from you!