Want to get creative with us?

Gabrielle and I are running a creative challenge right now – 30 days of doing a Skillshare lesson a day.

Every day we’ll send you an email with the day’s challenge. We’ll all do it, and share pics on Instagram with the hashtag #familycreativechallenge

We’ll share a selection of your pictures in the email, and right here on the blog.

So if you and your kids want to get creative and dabble in drawing, painting, cooking, photography, and whatever else we add to the list, sign up – it’s free!

Share it with your friends, let’s get as many families as we can creating!

You can check out all the shares on Instagram by checking out the #familycreativechallenge hashtag – or keep scrolling for fantastic finished examples of the activities we’re doing.

Day 1 – Watercolour Watermelons

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Day 1 of the #familycreativechallenge done!

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Day 2 – Bookbinding

Day 3 – Brush Lettering

Day 4 – Easy Baking

Day 5 – Intuitive Illustration

Day 6 – Acrylic Tropical Leaf Painting

Day 7 – Free choice

Day 8 – Watercolor Protea

Day 9 – Self Portrait Photography

Day 10 – Doodling

FAQs

Q. Do I need to pay for Skillshare?

A. You can sign up for a free 2-month trial, which will cover our challenge. You do need to enter payment details for the trial. If you decide not to continue on simply cancel your trial.

Q. Do I have to do all 30 days?

A. Nope. We’re going for progress, not perfection. If you miss a day just jump back in the next day and carry on.

Q. Do I have to be on Instagram?

A. No. You’ll get an email each day with our class for the day and pictures from the previous day. If you want to share in an email just reply with your photo and details!

Q. Do I have to be part of a family?

You can definitely do this all by yourself if you live solo or if your family isn’t interested.

 
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