Watch New Creativebug Classes in November

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Time to start your holiday crafting! Need some ideas and inspiration for gifts, or want to treat yourself by learning a new skill? Get cozy and tuck in to our new November classes.

November 1 – Goddess Sketchbook: A Daily Practice Inspired by Feminine Energy with Lily Sol

Colorful watercolor paintings of goddesses painted in watercolor.

In November’s daily practice, Berkeley artist Lily Sol invites you to tap into feminine energy in all its forms. Use mixed media to channel four goddesses inspired by the power and beauty of nature. In your journal, you’ll adorn your goddesses in flower crowns, jewels, and hues that make your heart sing. Lily’s playful energy makes it easy to stay present and soft-hearted. Plus, gift idea: create a beautiful goddess portrait of your favorite person.

November 10: Make a Leather Bucket Bag with Treasure of Nikki&Mallory

Photo collage: on the left, Treasure of Nikki&Mallory smiles and stands behind a leather bucket bag that she will teach you how to make. On the right: a closeup of the leather bucket bag and some bronze grommets.

Crafting a gorgeous, bohemian-inspired leather bag is well within your reach with expert guidance from designer Treasure of Nikki&Mallory. Cut and sew a leather bucket bag while learning a wide range of leatherworking skills. Treasure skips no details, and you’ll get to play with lots of tools and techniques. The best part – besides showing off your new bag or gifting it to your favorite fashionista – is that you can do all the sewing on your home sewing machine.

November 17: Sew a Christmas Tree Skirt Using EZ Quilting Templates with Leslie Schucker

Photo collage: on the left, a colorful Christmas tree skirt handsewn from felt with shapes cut using EZ Quilting templates, on the right, instructor Leslie Schucker in a floral shirt smiling in front of a crafting table.

Expert sewist Leslie Schucker guides you through making your own colorful tree skirt using EZ Quilting templates to cut out eye-catching geometric appliques. You can sew and embellish this entire project by hand, but Leslie also shows you how to use a sewing machine to add bias tape for strength and giant ric rac for an extra touch of fun.

November 24th – Corner to Corner Crochet: Make an Evergreen Treen Pillow with Tian Connaughton

Photo collage: on the left, crochet designer Tian Connaughton smiles in front of an orange wall, on the right, a corner to corner crochet pillow in blue and red with an evergreen tree motif.

Corner-to-corner crochet is a technique you can use to incorporate bold, eye-catching imagery into your crocheted projects. Think of it as pixel art, where each pixel is a small square of crochet. Tian Connaughton, expert crochet designer and technical editor, will guide you through the basics of corner-to-corner crochet while making a pillow with an iconic evergreen tree motif. This pillow is perfect for holiday decor and gifts, but it’s also easy to switch up the colors for a year-round, rustic style.

Upcoming Creativebug Live Shows

banner graphic announcing Instagram Live with artist Lily Sol, and a circular photo of Lily smiling and wearing a flower crown.

November 11th at 4 pm PT / 7 pm ET- Instagram Live: Special Studio Tour + Q&A with Your November Daily Practice Instructor: Lily Sol. Follow @lilysolstudio on Instagram.

November 16th at 4 pm PT / 7 pm ET – Crafting Together: A Live Co-crafting Event with Faith Hale.
Get the creative juices flowing with guided exercises, work on a current project, and connect with your fellow subscribers for an hour. For Creativebug members only! Register at this link now.

Need More Holiday Crafting Ideas?

Photo collage promoting various holiday arts/crafts classes like how to fold a paper box, how to knit a mitten garland, and how to paint a wooden centerpiece.

We put together a collection of holiday crafting classes for you, including painted wooden centerpieces, folded paper boxes, hand knit mitten garlands, and even how to make your own marshmallows. Start making!

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