There is something so simultaneously relaxing and exciting about that magical hour that marks the end of a work week and the beginning of a weekend.
When the clock strikes 5:00, I have made a promise to myself to take an hour to unwind, shut off any stress from the previous work week and carve out a little “me time” to create something just for fun. When I started posting pics on my Instagram page of my creative happy hour activities, so many of you told me you would love to do that, too, I figured…
I would invite you to join me for a Creative Happy Hour online “play date”!There is something so simultaneously relaxing and exciting about that magical hour that marks the end of a work week and the beginning of a weekend.Click To Tweet
So…. every (well, almost every) Friday night at 5 PM central time, I will be on my facebook page LIVE painting or crafting something simple, relaxing, and FUN! If you would like to join in or even just watch, please click here and I will make sure to send you a reminder each week along with a supply list and a description of what we will be making.
It’s totally free and you can pop in and out whenever you like. Of course, I would love to have you painting and creating along with me, but that’s totally up to you. 🙂 Questions and comments are always welcomed, too.
So, if you’ve been wanting to carve out some time to get back to being creative, but feel like:
+ you don’t know what to make or create
+ you don’t know where or how to do it
+ you don’t know what kind of supplies to buy
+ you just don’t want to do it all on your own
This is your chance to jump back in with no risk whatsoever. I’ve got you, girlfriend!! I will be right there in the creative trenches with you. It’ll be like we are at a painting party together except you will be in the comfort of your own home and it won’t cost you a thing. If you would like to view or paint along with some of my recent broadcasts, you can check them out here:
The next “create date” is going to be Friday, October 20 and I will be painting an acorn and oak leaves using acrylic paints.
RSVP right here and I hope to see you soon!