As promised, I am here today with my favorite Skillshare classes, some of them are free to try and some are premium classes (aka member classes). You can try Slillshare for 3 months for $0.99 through this link or you can just register for a free membership and try the free classes.
I choice to share a bit about these classes because they are very inspiring to me and all gave me the feeling that I had to start to work on my project right now. I love when inspiration hits me this way! Here I go:
- Introduction to Modern Calligraphy by Molly Jacques (Premium class)
This was the first class I took on Skillshare. I can say out loud that it was life changing for me. I was always interested in calligraphy and this class is simply the best class for beginners. And if you give a look through the projects in the “project class” section you will see that it was not only for me. I highly recommend this class!
- Travel photography: seeing, shooting and editing by Dan Rubin (premium class)
In this class, Dan Rubin shares his perspective on getting these 5 kind of photo styles during a trip to New York:
- Bird’s Eye View
- Off the Beaten Path
- Middle of the Road
- Signs of Life
- Iconic Postcard
He also talks about cameras, and editing. A class that makes one want to go out and start shooting.
3. How to make authentic parisienne traditional and chocolate croissants by Leslie Osborne (free class)
I’ve never seem a cooking class so good looking as this one! And look and these croissants, come on! I have to try my hand on this even if it will probably be much more work than I usually invest in my baking endeavors 😉 but me and my kids love chocolate croissants, so … it is a must. And this class is free! what are you waiting for to join?
4. Expressive Little Faces by Amarilys Henderson (premium class)
OMG, how cute these faces are! When I first saw this class I loved the look of that faces, the vintage look of them I might add. They look like they just sprang from a book from my childhood and I love everything about it! The instructions are clear, and make you want to start drawing immediately! so fun!
And of course, I have to tell a bit about my very class, Mixed Paper Journals. It is a premium class but you can join it for free using THIS upper secret link 😉 but run, there are only 6 free enrollments left.
Here are some sneak peaks of the two projects that I am making in the class: a travel journal and a Christmas binder, perfect for the upcoming Season.
In the class I’ll show how to make the binder from start to finish 🙂
And this is the travel journal:
Thanks for visiting my today and have a fun week!