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Get a Creative Head Start With Our New + Popular Online Classes!

Are you still holding on to your New Year’s resolutions? We won’t judge. But we do think you should make creativity a priority. No excuses! ;) If you need a pal to keep you accountable or to do fun projects with, we got you. If you’re not sure how to haul yourself out of the post-holiday slump, we got you there too. Any other objections? No? Great! Then feast your eyes on our new and popular online courses.


1. Bounce Lettering Basics Online Class: Tombow’s Brittany Luiz will teach you how to use Tombow brush pens to draw script and block alphabets, use the right strokes and pressure to make those bold downstrokes and thin upstrokes, and use pretty blending techniques to give your designs a certain je ne sais quoi. At the end, you’ll even have two hand-lettered greeting cards you can send out. Or show off on Instagram. Your choice.

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2. Intro to Ink Illustration Online Class: Lauren Hom, a nomadic designer and letter, will teach you how to start a visual journal complete with gorgeous drawings of everyday objects. You’ll learn basic techniques, how to create dynamic layouts, and how to add lettering to your designs. Your diary will thank you.

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3. Intro to DSLR Photography Online Class: Jenna Kutcher, a photographer, blogger, artist (and more!), who has shot over 100 weddings and been named the top Wisconsin wedding photographer two years in a row, is here to teach you the ins and outs of your fancy new DSLR camera. You’ll learn how to use various camera settings (and when), how to shoot in different types of lighting and how to set up for an in-house photo shoot. When you’re done, you’ll have some gorgeous shots to pepper your friends’ Insta feeds with, and who knows? Maybe you’ll even get a contract or two out of it.

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4. Fashion Illustration Online Class: Anum Tariq, a San Francisco-based fashion illustrator, is here to teach you how to get those gorgeous designs that are floating around in your head down on paper. You’ll learn how to draw stylistic poses, translate 3D fabrics and patterns to 2D pen-and-paper renderings and create art pieces inspired by current trends. The designs you’ll have at the end would be perfect to give as gifts, post to Instagram or even put in your fashion designer portfolio! The possibilities are endless.

5. Intro to Adobe Photoshop Online Class: Graphic designer Teela Cunningham is here to show you how to turn your photos and graphics into stunning finished pieces. You’ll learn how to use different editing tools, create fun Polaroid-style layouts, and use vector elements to snazz up your images. Your new skills can be used to give your social media accounts some oomph, spice up your blog or even create calendars and greeting cards.

As always, our online classes are yours forever once you buy! So kick back and learn something when you have a little free time. You could even host a crafting party — anything to get you creating.

Show us your finished pieces on Instagram by tagging @BritandCo and using the hashtag #iamcreative!

Shea Lignitz
Shea can be found in the nearest bookstore or brewery, exploring the great outdoors, or blasting Led Zeppelin. She grew up in the cold and rain of Northern California's redwoods but is currently wandering around Texas.

Ahhh, fall. There are so many things to love about this time of year (give us ALL the sweaters and pumpkin-flavored eats). But, high on the list comes autumn decor candles, throws, textiles — you name it. Of course, buying items and actually adding them to your room are two different things. So we're turning to Instagram for the best styling advice and inspo for the season. Scroll on to see everything you need to get those wheels turning!

@sbkliving: Sometimes, it only takes a chic doormat to transition your front steps for the season. Hello, fall!

@rachelpuccetti: Excuse us while we spend an entire lazy Sunday relaxing in this fall-infused space.

@farmhousetofrills: A monochrome mantel never looked so chic. (That fireplace pumpkin setup is seriously *genius*.)

@faith_hope_home: Greet guests with a fall-themed entrance to set the tone for a day of pumpkin carving or scary movie marathoning.

@simplysoutherncottage: Don't forget about those nooks and crannies! This entryway/mudroom situation is capturing our little harvest-loving hearts.

@6thirtydecor: Speaking of pumpkins, pick up a few extra gourds to pave the way into your cozy autumn abode.

@farmsteadonfirst: That guest bedroom you weren't sure what to do with it? Transform it into a rustic retreat with some fall signage and mustard-yellow and green accents.

@fiddleleafinteriors: We're going to take a second to *swoon* over this adorable kitchen setup. Those farmhouse accents and simple centerpiece setup? We're in love.

@ohmydearblog: Contrary to what you think, florals *aren't* just for spring. Bring them into your abode by selecting buds in moody tones to pay homage to the season.

@simply.mrs.z: Drawn to modern style? Play up the Halloween vibes by picking black, orange and brass accents to rock on places like your bookshelf. (Bonus points for carrying the theme over to your textiles.)

@drivewaytodreams_crystal: We're going to go ahead and give two thumbs up to all of these orange-hued accents. Backdropped with a neutral furnishings and they truly *pop*!

@cripcollectiveig: For those who don't want to go overboard with the "fall stuff" this one will speak to you. Compile a couple of cute throws and a minimalist pumpkin print on your mantle and you're set

@cavcottage: Who said fun pillows were limited to furnishings only? We're ALL about this entry display.

@houseon77th: This daybed setup is a *dream*. But actually, this would be the perfect space to doze off in come the colder days.

@kristenforgione: For a more festive Halloween look, overhaul your living space with a spooky handmade addition like this one. *Googles paper bat DIYs.*