About Kick in the Creatives
Have you ever wanted to take part in a creative challenge?
Well, now you don’t ever need to miss an online creative challenge again!
Find creative challenges by month
All you need to do is click on each individual month on the calendar, to find out what challenges are going on during that particular month.
Subscribe for notifications of challenges
And better still, if you subscribe to our newsletter you will receive notifications directly into your inbox, so you never miss out! The best thing about this is that you will be able to go through each month in advance and plan ahead!
And of course, along with these notifications, we will be featuring tips, tutorials, recommended products and sharing lots of other valuable information. We will also be sharing willing participants work… Maybe even yours!
Join our Facebook Group and become part of a community of like-minded creatives who are also taking part in the challenges. This is where you can share your achievements as well as your frustrations… and of course your creations too. And this is also where you will get a sense of accountability.
So come and join us for your most creative year yet…
We can’t wait to see what you create!
Look Who’s Talking…
Tara and Sandra met quite by accident through a creative online site and soon after, Tara invited Sandra to be a guest on her Podcast. The two hit it off immediately and they soon found themselves chatting about all things creative on a real actual phone.
Sandra Busby is a Still-Life Artist and is best known for her paintings of glass and other reflective objects, which you can find on her website www.sandrabusbyart.com and on Instagram at sandra.busby
Sandra didn’t actually mean to get into ‘fine art.’ In fact, it happened quite by accident. She originally wanted to become a serious ‘sketcher’ but instead, she found herself on another path altogether. Sandra pretends she hates being on video, but her popular social media video “I have finished my painting dance” indicates otherwise.
Tara took the traditional art college route. Not really knowing what to do with her art, she moved into graphic design. She has worked in the design industry for over 20 years and is now a freelance graphic designer.