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Make Create Express 2020 Giveaway

I am so excited to share with you the lessons I've created exclusively for this year's Make Create Express event. The first one features butterflies and will be part of the free Creative Retreat Weekend July 11-12th. The butterfly lesson will only be available, entirely for free, during this weekend event. However BOTH lessons, the butterfly and a wonderful rabbit painting workshop, are part of the year long Make Create Express.

And I'm just one of 25 other artists who have made extraordinary content.

Want in? Of course you do!

We are less than 3 weeks out from the Creative Retreat Weekend, and to celebrate we are having a Blog Hop Giveaway. I get to give away 1 place in the Make Create Express year long workshop. This is a $120 value - think of the art supplies you can buy with that sort of savings!!

To enter just share this particular blog post on Facebook and be sure to tell me that you have done so (shared this) by commenting here on the blog by 8pm on June 25th. 

I will announce the winner on the 26th.

For extra entries (you gotta give me a heads up in the comments below!), share this giveaway on other social media places such as your blog, twitter, pinterest or other social network platform. In each case, though, you gotta tell me that you've shared and where by commenting here on the blog by 8pm June 25th.

This is the link to share. 


And don't forget to join us for the Creative Retreat Weekend! It's FREE and it's going to be EPIC!

Happy creating, Kim


  1. Hi Kim an really excited about this one year long journey of art making with so many artists. Let me try my luck with this jackpot. Have shared this blog post on my facebook :-)

  2. Amanda K.4:59 PM

    This is a lovely offer, thank you. No shared this on FB. A year of creativity would be just what I need.

    1. Hey Amanda - thank you!! I'm not sure I understand the "no shared this on FB" - in order to qualify for the chance to win a free seat, you need to have shared this somewhere. Want to make sure I'm being fair to everyone playing - and thank you!!

    2. Amanda K8:13 PM

      Oh my, sorry for my typo. I shared it on Facebook!

  3. Tweeted! Looking forward to another fabulous year!

  4. If you don't mind sharing your blog on all social media, I will share your blog
    Thank you

    1. I always appreciate shares of my content, as long as they point back to me. Thank you so very very much! :)


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