As I was perusing the internet yesterday I ran across a site called Creativebug. I think I stumbled on it once before but I may have been on a self-imposed spending hiatus at the time so I didn’t sign up. When I was on the site the other day I noticed the free trial and after that membership is only $4.95 a month.
Here’s a description from their site…
Creativebug brings the best of arts and crafts video classes in sewing, knitting, crochet, art, and more. Our distinctive videos capture the spirit of in-person teaching, so you feel you are learning alongside a good friend, with instructors who have been featured in top publications including Martha Stewart Living, O Magazine, and Vogue. Creativebug delivers expert instruction and inspiration straight to your favorite device so you can learn at your own pace – anytime and anywhere. Each month you subscribe, you earn 1 credit to save your favorite class to your library, which will be yours to watch forever. Access to these classes will never expire and unused credits will roll over to the following month so you can start a personalized collection that reflects your talents and aspirations. Sign up now and get a 2-week free trial to our premium classes.
So seriously – as an online workshop/class junkie, how can I possibly beat five bucks a month for what feels like a personal lesson from top-tier talent on all different creative topics? Creativebug has classes on so many different hobbies and creative forms it’s crazy – Sewing, Crochet, Print Making, Ceramics, Watercolor, Home Decor, Collage, and so much more. Today I’ve been swooning over Yao Cheng and her amazing watercolor art. I watched her videos today and seriously learned so many tips and tricks that I didn’t know. The videos were of such high quality that I literally felt like I was right there in the room with her. The close ups are amazing and her way of explaining exactly what she’s doing and why was so helpful.
I hope you’ll give it a try if you see any classes that interest you.