Ever After 2018 Blog Hop & Giveaway

Hello my Creative Friends!
I have some wonderful & exciting news to share with you today! I am going to be teaching on Ever After  this year!

To celebrate, I am giving away 1 space for this magical art course!

First, Ever After is a mixed media art & style development course with a fairy tale theme hosted by Tamara Laporte from Willowing Arts. Tamara and 14 popular mixed media art teachers will all share beautiful fairy tale & myth inspired lessons with you AND they will share hints and tips on how they developed their own style and how YOU TOO can find your own unique voice as an artist!

(and sign up with the Early Bird price)

My chosen fairy tale is The Water of Life. It is a Spanish fairy tale involving a princes who saves the day, of course, a bird, a branch and some magical water.  Sound intriguing? My lesson will be inspired by this wonderful story and elements and I promise it will be beautiful and magical.  I’m excited to be sharing my mixed media techniques and style with you.

Here are some examples of my work, if you are not familiar with my style.

Registration is NOW OPEN and the class begins on July 1st 2018. So if you want to start your summer drawing and painting fairy-tales, exploring your own personal story and style and hang out with a wonderful creative community of like-minded souls, be sure to join once registration opens! Keep this page bookmarked so that you can sign up the moment it goes on sale!

Blog Hop & Giveaway: One lucky winner will win a space in this year’s Ever After. Follow the blog hop (see below for links and dates) you can up your chances of winning a space by entering all the other giveaways as well!

(Giveaway/comments closed- Thank you!!)

Winner!!
Jeane (email – mermaidgenie)

Here is the list of the other amazing teachers who will be teaching on Ever After this year – they too will be giving away a spot on Ever After so go check them out and enter their give-aways!

30th April   Tamara Laporte  –>> willowing.org/blog
1st May    Ady Almanza –>> adrianaalmanza.blogspot.de
2nd May    Andrea Gomoll –>> andrea-gomoll.de/blog
3rd May    Renata Loree –>> renataloree.com
4th May    Cristin Stevenson –>> pantheartist.com/blog
5th May    Danielle Donaldson –>> danielledonaldson.com/blog
6th May    Effy Wild –>> effybird.com
7th May    Tiare Smith –>> tiaresmith.com
8th May    Kara Bullock –>> karabullockart.com/blog
9th May    Katrina Koltes –>> katrinakoltes.com/blog
10th May    Lindsay Weirich the Frugal Crafter –>> thefrugalcrafter.wordpress.com
11th May    Lucy Chen –>> lucychenfineart.com/blog
12th May    Marielle Stolp –>> mariellestolp.wordpress.com/blog
13th May    Micki Wilde –>> thesecrethermit.blogspot.co.uk
14th May   Regina Lord –>> blog.creativekismet.com <<– You Are Here!

This is the last day of the blog hop! Don’t forget: Registration is NOW OPEN!!

Get 20% off all packages by using coupon code: MAGIC2018 at check out!
Offer runs until July 5th 2018

Keep this page bookmarked so that you can sign up the moment it goes on sale!

Thank you for participating and good luck!!

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58 Responses to Ever After 2018 Blog Hop & Giveaway

  1. Tere says:

    So happy you are a part of Ever After 2018!
    It’s my first year and I’m excited to start!!
    My favorite fairy tale is undoubtedly Sleeping Beauty.

  2. Kerri Millar says:

    Such a wonderful opportunity to win a spot, thank you. My favorite fairy tale is Snow White

  3. Bianca says:

    Can’t wait to start the Ever After course and learn some new skills and techniques! My favourite fairy tale character is actually Glinda the good witch from the Wizard of Oz. Looking forward to doing your lesson!

  4. Chantelle Venter says:

    Thank you for this wonderful opportunity. I crossing all my fingers and toes to win a spot. It’s so difficult to choose 1 character only as I have a 7 year old daughter and she goes through fases of liking characters. But if I had to choose 1 for myself it would be Malificent. I love the idea of bad/hurt people turning good 🙂 It has to do with a person in my life that is making. T life miserable at the moment. But I am sending out much love and positivity and praying for a spot on Ever After. Love from Cape Town, South Africa xxx

  5. Theresa says:

    So very excited about Ever After – I’d love the opportunity to learn from all the amazing artists who will be participating. I’ve always loved fairy tales – it’s so hard to narrow to just one. So, maybe Cinderella and Snow White. I also like characters from “non-traditional” style fables, such as Arwen and Elphaba

  6. Analia Laserna says:

    Hi Regina! I love all fairy tales and folk tales and fables, all around the world, but my very favourite is Andersen’s Snow Queen.
    I’d love win a spot in this course with those amazing teachers, so… fingers crossed!.
    I’m from Buenos Aires- Argentina. Cheers from here at the South!
    Thanks so much for this opportunity!
    Analia

  7. Tanja says:

    Thank you for a chance to win a spot!
    My favorite fairy tale caracters are Alice in wonderland and Dorothy from the wizard of Oz.

  8. Patricia says:

    Wonderful. Magical. True fairytale story this opportunity to participate. Thank You so much. I Will give iT a try ??????

  9. Ellen Thorne says:

    Love your art and can’t wait to join you on Ever After! So my favorite fairytale is Cinderella – but not the Disney version. I love the (aptly named) Ever After movie with Drew Barrymore and Angelica Houston. But now I’ll be looking up your fairytale – I had not heard of it before. That is part of the fun of this class! So, crossing my fingers and hoping to win a spot! <3

  10. Carolien says:

    My favourite character is Belle from Beauty and the Beast. I shared on Facebook (Carokb)

  11. Linda Maher says:

    My favourite character is Belle from Beauty and the Beast – the ability to love someone despite appearances, and to be loved in return. Shared on Facebook!

  12. Susan Boles says:

    I am so looking forward to learning from you!!!

    • Susan Boles says:

      My favourite fairy tale is Maleficent. The story about a very hurt woman taking her power back but not abusing it really resonates with me. I watch the movie a lot, I admit:)

  13. Sophia Vida says:

    So happy that you’re a part of Ever After Regina! My favorite fairy tale is Cinderella. Thanks so much for a chance to win!

  14. Tamara Mulkey says:

    Thank you for being so generous. My favorite is The Little Mermaid.

  15. Rebecca Jackenheimer says:

    My favorite character has always been Belle from Beauty and the Beast!

  16. Julie says:

    I’m a huge fan of fairy tales! As a child our neighbor gave me a box that look like ward robe cupboard and it held mini books of illustrated fairy tales. That cupboard held many favorites but the one that sticks most in my mind is “The Little Match Girl” I had never heard that one before, it always reminds me of that very special magical gift!

  17. Marina Hansel says:

    My favorite would be snow white.

  18. Sharon Angle-Boyer says:

    I am so excited for another year of Ever After! I have been looking forward to this class all year! My favorite fairy tale character is Alice but I also love Little Red Riding Hood!

  19. Jeanne Elliott says:

    Your work looks lovely! Thanks for the chance! My favorite fairytales are Thumbelina and the Little Mermaid, but it is hard to say as I have always loved so many of them.

  20. Ronda Conley says:

    I love Snow White and the romance of the fairy tale. Thanks for the opportunity to win a spot in this class!

  21. Patti says:

    For most of my life Cinderella was my favorite fairy tale character. I felt like she epitomized my life. It, of course, was from the viewpoint of a child. As an adult when I saw the movie Malificent, I fell in love with her immediately, because I could relate with how she felt that no one understood her and how painful that made her life. Art has at least brought some peace into my life which is why I love courses like Ever After where I can learn from such a variety of artists. Thanks for this opportunity. <3 <3 <3 ~Patti

  22. Christy Brink says:

    Thank you for this opportunity – I would be most grateful to win a spot! My current favorite Fairy Tale is Little Red Riding Hood (although hard to choose among the many fabulous mythic tales) as in some ways this is my story. I am exploring archetypal energies connected fairy tales to our life stories, and, and I love art & myth!

  23. Tina Stanley says:

    I struggle to choose just one… a few of my favorites are Merida from Brave, Belle from Beauty and the Beast and Mr. Gold from Once Upon a Time…

  24. Shannon Horch says:

    oooh i hope I win! My favorite has become Toy Story. <3

  25. Shannon Horch says:

    oooh i hope I win! My favorite has become Toy Story.

  26. Mieke Willems says:

    Thinking about fairy tales and which one speaks to me the most, is Little Red Riding Hood. Her courage and bravery to go and visit her grandmother eventhough there are dangers lurking in the woods. She doesn’t let fear stop her.
    Thank you for this chance to win a spot!! 🙂

  27. Elizabeth Burrows says:

    thanks for the chance to win a spot in this beautiful class – would love to take it – shared your post on facebook – subscribed to your newletter

  28. Jennifer Daniels says:

    I adore Maleficent. A powerful female who’s only crime was trusting the wrong man. She learns to love and trust again through the innocence of a child and gets her juju back.

  29. Amelia Jensen says:

    Favorite is Snow White

  30. Melissa says:

    My favorite character changes quite often. I guess having watched Frozen again recently, I’d say Anna.

  31. Nardja Segui says:

    My favorite fairytale is Cinderella! I have always liked that one. Love your work and thank you for this opportunity! ??

  32. My favorite childhood fairytale is Pippi Longstocking because I love her independence, her strength, and her ability to achieve whatever she sets her mind on, in her own quirky style.
    I LOOOOVE your art and this is an amazing course. I enjoyed Ever After 2016 and would love to be part of the new one. Thank you for the opportunity to win a spot and learn from all you wonderful and talented teachers! ???

  33. Tonya says:

    Fav fairy tale is Hansel and Gretel.

  34. Glenda Hoagland says:

    Regina, I am so proud for you and your participation in this class. Rapunzel is my favorite character. Tamara always puts together excellent classes with an array of outstanding teachers. I have followed your growth for many years and so this is such a great achievement. Thank you for the generous giveaway.

  35. Jeanne Champion says:

    I think I still love Cinderella the best because my sister and I used to watch Rodger’s and Hammerstein’s Cinderella on TV with Lesley Anne Warren and Stuart Damon. I was just in love with the whole thing even though it looked like a play and the sets weren’t great. I still have the songs on my phone and listen to them in my car when I’m by myself. (In my own little corner, Ten minutes ago, etc)

  36. Lisa says:

    I’m so happy you’ll be teaching in this course! I definitely want to sign up! I think my favorite fairytale character would have to be Belle from Beauty and the Beast because she is a book work like me!

  37. Jean says:

    Hello! I am new to this style of mixed media art and it is so uplifting and beautiful! I would love to learn through your classes! My favorite fairy tale character is Merida from Brave. 🙂

  38. Eileen Schurer says:

    Hi Regina, Thanks for the opportunity! My favorite fairy tale character is Mary Poppins. She has so many great characteristics and her character wasn’t wrapped up in needing a Prince:) Cheers from WA, Eileen

  39. Sarah Joyce Bryant says:

    My favorite fairy tale character growing up was Cinderella <3

  40. Judy says:

    My favorite character is Cinderella. Always wanted to live in a castle

  41. Rosie Leos Doscher says:

    I’m a subscriber:), shared to Facebook and my all time favorite fairytale character is Belle from Beauty and the Beast.

  42. I think one of the more fascinating fairy tales for me was Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp. Children’s illustrations as so incredible….and I remember wondering what kind of land had so much desert and the most beautiful costumes to wear. What would I do if I had three wishes? Would I fall off on a magical carpet ride……I also wondered how the genie fit into lamp!!!!

  43. Michelle says:

    I’ve never heard of water of life fairy tale sounds interesting, I want to read it now as well as create the art with you, how exciting, thanks for the opportunity ?

  44. Ash says:

    Hello. Thank you for the opportunity to win a spot for the class. I haven’t participated before but I’m looking forward to it this year. I can’t possibly pick a favorite fairy tale character. That’s like picking a favorite color. I love them all and for different reasons and different moods. I’m looking forward to learning about your chosen fairy tale. It is a new one for me. There are several that will be new to me and that makes me even more excited. I don’t know how I’ll be able to wait until July 1 🙂

  45. Maribe Losada says:

    My favorite fairy tale is Cinderella!
    Thank you so much for the chance to win!

  46. Tracy le Roy says:

    Hi Regina. I always loved the happy ending to The Ugly Duckling; I think it gives hope that things can always change for the better when you least expect it. Thanks for the chance to win! xx

  47. Marjon van den Bos says:

    Love to create and imagining being in a fairytaleworld… nu favorite is Cinderella…

  48. Marion Werren says:

    WOW WOW WOW, I am so excited I love these courses. Red Riding Hood is my favourite, and oldie but a goodie. I love how she saves her granny in the end, and is a superhero challenging that big bad wolf. Looking forward to your class, see you on Ever After soon.

  49. Mel says:

    Regina, I Love how your style has evolved over the years, and thrilled that you are a contributor to Ever After.xx I’d love to take part too, so thank you for opportunity to win a place, and my favourite fairy tale would be Thumbelina.x?x

  50. Kathy says:

    Thank you for a chance to win a spot in Everafter 2018. I look forward to your lesson.

  51. Annemieke says:

    Fingers crossed

  52. Jennifer says:

    I love so many characters it is hard to narrow them down to one! I have always loved Pippi Longstocking since childhood! I love Dorothy from Wizard of Oz as well! I love that you have introduced a fairytale I am unfamiliar with! Thank you for the chance to win a spot!

  53. Karina says:

    Omg this workshop looks amazing!!! I love Moana. She is amazing. I guess she counts right? I love her passion and tenacity. That stinkin movie makes me cry every single time! 😉

  54. Chantelle Venter says:

    So so very excited for this opportunity. Malificent all the way. Fingers crossed xxx

  55. Patricia van mierlo says:

    I Still cannot believe how much talented teachers join in ans how much magical and fairy we Will be able to learn. Really love to be part of iT. Love to give iT a try ?

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