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Ever After 2016 Blog Hop and Give Away!

Ever After 2016 Online Class Willowing Sign Up Info

Hello everyone!

I have some wonderful & exciting news! I am going to be teaching on Ever After 2016 this year!

You can’t believe how happy and excited I am to be part of this fabulous Online Course. It’s gonna be an amazing experience for everybody involved – that’s for sure …

And even MORE exciting news is that I can give away 1 space on this magical new collaborative art course! Keep reading if you want to find out more about Ever After 2016 and if you want to find out how you can win a spot!

 

Ever After 2016 Online Class Willowing Sign Up Info

First let me tell you a bit more about Ever After – in case you haven’t heard about it yet! Ever After is a mixed media art & style development course with a fairytale theme hosted by Tamara Laporte from Willowing Arts. Tam is joined by 12 popular mixed media art teachers who will all share beautiful fairy-tale inspired lessons with you AND, in Module 2 they will also divulge all their hints and tips on how they developed their own style and how YOU TOO can find your own unique voice as an artist! Yay!

 

Find out all the juicy Details about this amazing Class here

 

My chosen fairy tale is “Beauty and the Beast” – and I couldn’t be more excited about this, because it’s one of my favourite fairytales – it holds so much to talk about and to create some Art inspired by it and the lessons of life it provides. My lesson will be inspired by this fairy tale and I have some fabulous ideas cooking! I’ve not fully developed my class idea yet, but I’m excited to be sharing some of my favourite Watercolor- & Mixed Media Techniques with you, similar to what you can see in these paintings – I created those earlier this Year and they also are fairytale inspired (Can you tell which Stories have inspired those characters? I’m sure you can …)

 

Ever After 2016 Online Class Willowing Sign Up Info
Registration opens on May 16th 2016 and the class begins on July 1st 2016.

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 on May 16th. 

 

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Now then, onto the give-away and blog hop!
I can give away 1 space on Ever After 2016 to 1 lucky winner, yay!

And if you follow the blog hop (see below for links and dates) you can up your
chances of winning a space by entering all the other give-aways also!

 

How to enter the Give Away:

1. Share this Blogpost / Giveaway on Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Pin to Pinterest etc.)
(for your convenience – feel free to use the Social Media Share Buttons at the End of this Blogpost)

2.
Sign up to my newsletter.

Subscribe to the Cre8tive Cre8tions Newsletter


3. Then leave a comment below letting me know which is your favourite Fairytale and why.

I will pick a random Winner and announce the Winner on Friday the 13th (now if THAT isn’t for good luck – what is?!? *lol*)

 

EDIT: GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED NOW!

And we have a Winner … Thommy picked a random
Comment and the Winner is …

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Natasha Daly

 

Congratulations Natasha! You will be contacted via eMail with further Details!
And thank you everybody for playing along and for all of your Comments –
I enjoyed reading about your favourite Fairytales SO MUCH!!!

 

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

2nd May 2016 Tamara Laporte http://www.willowing.org
3rd May 2016 Micki Wilde http://thesecrethermit.blogspot.co.uk/
4th May 2016 Andrea Gomoll http://www.andrea-gomoll.de
5th May 2016 Carla Sonheim http://www.carlasonheim.com
6th May 2016 Annie Hamman http://anniehamman.com
7th May 2016 Karine Bosse http://www.kabostudio.com
8th May 2016 Cinnamon Cooney http://hartparty.blogspot.co.uk/
9th May 2016 Mystele Kirkeeng http://www.mystele.com
10th May 2016 Galia Alena http://www.galiaalena.com/
11th May 2016 Jane Davenport http://www.janedavenport.com
12th May 2016 Rachelle Panagarry http://www.rachellepanagarry.com/
13th May 2016 Effy Wild http://effybird.com

 

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So … good luck for the Giveaway and I hope you all will join us on this amazing journey into fairytale-land this Summer!

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  • Jane Keeling - My favourite character is Snow White , I just love the way she is so loving and caring to the little dwarfs , adorable !4. May 2016 – 08:07ReplyCancel

  • Bronny Koch - I have shared on my personal and my Art Facebook Pages…. Oh Gosh I Love Love Love your Queen Of Hearts!4. May 2016 – 09:56ReplyCancel

  • Helen Almond - Wow Just discovered you love your art work can’t wait for your lesson. Hope to win a place.4. May 2016 – 10:18ReplyCancel

  • Sheila Roos - Great course and I hope to win a place, my favorite fairy tale is Little Red Riding Hood there is so much symbolism in it. I already have inspiration to do something in the course with the symbolism of all the fairy tales!4. May 2016 – 11:01ReplyCancel

  • Cynthia Kurth - I love: The Wishing-Table, the Gold-Ass, and the Cudgel in the Sack. I worked even once a cash cow as jewelry. This is a great workshop.
    Shared on Fb!4. May 2016 – 11:08ReplyCancel

  • Mary Cushing Harris - Oh my!! It has to be Alice in wonderland ❤️ Just love the mad hatter!4. May 2016 – 11:17ReplyCancel

  • Heike Fallwickl - Wow, herzlichen Glückwunsch liebe Andrea. Und ich bin schon so gespannt auf Deine Schöne und das Biest. Mein Lieblingsmärchen ist Sterntaler. Zu wissen, dass die Sterne über einen wachen und uns für unsere Gutmütigkeit, Uneigennützigkeit und Herzlichkeit belohnen können, bringt mir liebe aber leider schon “gegangene” Menschen wieder näher. Meine Oma leuchtet immer als größter Stern am Himmel. ;o)4. May 2016 – 11:21ReplyCancel

  • Peta Thompson - Ahh my favorite character, I think would have to be tinker bell, because she is just so mischievous4. May 2016 – 11:26ReplyCancel

  • Stacey Keck-Heath - alice in wonderland, second would be snow white because i love the chesire cat and all the sayings in the movie.4. May 2016 – 11:39ReplyCancel

  • Cindy Prins - I think Alice in Wonderland is my favourite fairytale, but I realle like the characters from Beauty and the beast, especially Lumiere,. O, and offcourse the little mermaid, Snow White and little Red Riding Hood. Hmm, it’s quite difficult to pick just one favourite 😉4. May 2016 – 11:39ReplyCancel

  • Cindy Prins - I think Alice in Wonderland is my favourite fairytale, but I realle like the characters from Beauty and the beast, especially Lumiere,. O, and offcourse the little mermaid, Snow White and little Red Riding Hood. Hmm, it’s quite difficult to pick just one favourite 😉4. May 2016 – 11:39ReplyCancel

  • Donna Jones - I soooooo hope someone does a witch/baddie!! Looking forward to your class Andrea! 🙂4. May 2016 – 11:53ReplyCancel

  • Terri Paulson-Sasaki - I love your Queen of Hearts. My favorite fairy tale is Cinderella, but I do love them all. I shared on Instagram.4. May 2016 – 11:54ReplyCancel

  • Chantal Scheffel - I like rapunzel and Assepoetser ( i don’t know the translation sorry)4. May 2016 – 11:56ReplyCancel

  • Dawn Malson Gavlinski - My favorite is Belle from Beauty and the Beast because what she did for her father then she looked past the Beasts gruff exterior and found the good in him. I joined your newsletter and posted on my Facebook page. Thank you for a chance to win! Have a blessed day!4. May 2016 – 12:03ReplyCancel

  • Jade Scarlett - I would love to win a spot! My favorite fairy tale is Maleficent because for once we have a princess who doesn’t need a prince to save her with the power of love. For heavens sake she just met him! It was the love of Maleficent who saved her in the end, not because of her pretty face but because she got to know the person that the princess was through the years, how kind and generous and smart and fun spirited she was…which is so much more than what she looks like. That’s the kind of fairy tale I want my daughters and nieces to watch, so they can feel empowered and more than just something pretty to please a mans eyes.4. May 2016 – 12:07ReplyCancel

  • Alisa Siceloff - Shared to Pinterest! Favorite….I love the once upon a time version of Captain Hook! Does that count? (:4. May 2016 – 12:07ReplyCancel

  • Judy A Skowron - I love your art work and follow you on utube. It would mean a lot to win a space in Ever After it looks like so much fun. Look fairy tales4. May 2016 – 12:20ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Labre - Thank you for the chance to win. You’re one of my favorite teachers and I can’t wait to see what you create for this! I actually love Beauty and the Beast so this will be awesome!4. May 2016 – 12:26ReplyCancel

  • Ruth Guthrie - sharing and I already get your newsletter. Who needs Prince Charming? A spot in this class would be a fairytale come true! I think my favorite Grimms fairytale is Hansel and Gretel because they kick the witch’s butt and keep the gingerbread house!4. May 2016 – 12:26ReplyCancel

  • Dianne Thompson - pinned. who doesn’t love fairy tales. Cinderella may just lead by the tip of her glass slipper.4. May 2016 – 12:28ReplyCancel

  • Tanja van den Broek - Test4. May 2016 – 12:28ReplyCancel

  • Tanja van den Broek - Fr some reason, my comment disappeared. So second try. Thanks Andrea, for the change to win a spot on this awesome course! My favorite fairy tail is ‘le petit prince’, because this story touches the core of being human. It’s about love, about trust, about vulnerability and about friendship. It!s about setting your heart fee. Don’t we all want this?4. May 2016 – 12:31ReplyCancel

  • Kelly Neis - Hi Andrea, I am already on your newsletter because I love your work, also thank you for this oppurtunity to win this class! My favorite is Cinderella and it goes way back to when I was a child in tears watching how hard she struggled to get her prince. The kindness of the animals to help her in every way to have 1 night of dignity and joy which eventually led to Prince Charming, she deserved. I still own the 1960’s version with Lesley AnnWarren, lol I love it.
    Have a great day! Hugs Kelly4. May 2016 – 12:44ReplyCancel

  • Beck A Roni - My favorite is The Little Mermaid because she’s willing to give up so much to be with the love of her life and also I love the calypso music sung by Sebastian, the lobster…Sha LA LA LA LA LA LA looks like the boy too shy ain’t gonna kiss the girl…plus Triton is super buff…he’s quite the tuna.4. May 2016 – 13:01ReplyCancel

  • saskia - So great to meet new teachers and new art with this great online-class!! My favorite story is about ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears’… especially those bears! 🙂
    ‘Ever after’ sounds like.. dreaming, creating, learning, discovering and having fun!!
    So I love to read your newsletter and I shared your give-away on Pinterest (my page is ‘snippers & co’)
    With smiles from Belgium, Saskia 🙂4. May 2016 – 13:06ReplyCancel

  • Tania Bain - I love Alice in Wonderland. Under all her muchness and Aliceness she is also very strong willed and brave :”)4. May 2016 – 13:09ReplyCancel

  • Margot Bigelow - I love so many fairy tales, but my favourite is The Princess and the Pea. Really looking forward to your Beauty and the Beast lesson. Thanks for the chance to win a spot!4. May 2016 – 13:11ReplyCancel

  • Paulette McClellan - Cinderella!! What an amazing story for inspiration. No matter what is happening we must still survive and live each moment. We must make friends with the birds and the mice. As an art lover, I make something out of nothing, like Cinderella make clothes for her mice. Cinderella always has hopes and dreams. I love fairytales!!!!!!4. May 2016 – 13:14ReplyCancel

  • Evelyn Murphy - Choosing one fairytale is so hard I love them all I think this is why I loved the TV show “Once upon a time” The first 4 seasons of these had me gripped Beauty and the Beast is great. Cinderella is great. Snow White is brilliant, true loves kiss (swoon) I loved “The Snow Queen”. “Alice in Wonderland” is wonderful. You see I love them all. Thank you so much for this opportunity to win a space in the class. Oh, it’s all so exciting x4. May 2016 – 13:19ReplyCancel

  • April Lopez - I shared and I already get your newsletter! Yay me!!! So I adore Beauty and The Beast. I actually collect them because my husband started calling me his Beauty years ago and he says he is my Beast. I have lots of items all over my home. I really really want to take this class. Hope I win a spot.4. May 2016 – 13:36ReplyCancel

  • sandra de neef - I just love alice in wonderland. Just do faboulus to escape to a “wonderful” wonderland.4. May 2016 – 13:39ReplyCancel

  • Chelle Pokorney - Beauty and the Beast Belle our kitty is named after her my late husband use to watch this with my daughter…he was lost in Iraq 13 years ago and his kitty is still going strong! Love this idea! Thanks Andrea4. May 2016 – 13:47ReplyCancel

  • Cynthia Ford - I have been so excited about this course from the time Tam first announced it! The teacher lineup looks amazingly magical. I am a Fairy Godmother . . .(have a subscription based community of wee folk I send anonymous fairy accessories to each month). This course is going to be perfect to enhance my artistic ability and spread more magic fairy sparkles to the letters that go out each month. My favorite Fairy Tale is Alice in Wonderland. I read to my daughter as a toddler, so much that by the time she was 4 she had memorized all of the words. She knew exactly when to turn the page. It appeared as though she could read. Once two women in a waiting room (that had the same copy as we did) overheard her and asked who had taught her how to read. She replied “my Momma”. I am so pleased to find you in this course . . your work is amazing!! I would love to win a spot. Sharing everywhere!!
    Magical Fairy Love to All, Fairy Godmother aka Cindy Ford 🙂 🙂 🙂4. May 2016 – 13:48ReplyCancel

  • Cathy - Today my favorite is Rapunzel. Love the messages of the story. Thank you for this offering!4. May 2016 – 13:54ReplyCancel

  • Emelie Lejon - I’m not sure if it counts, but I really like Mulan. And Frozen. Stories with strong, independent women! 🙂 4. May 2016 – 14:02ReplyCancel

  • Marilyn Reitz - I shared this on my Facebook and I already receive your newsletters. I love Cinderella not because of the prince but because she has to overcome mean step mom and sisters and how hopeful she is!!!!4. May 2016 – 14:03ReplyCancel

  • Sue O'Mullan - It is an extremely hard choice- I like them all for a particular reason – I will start with Beauty and the Beast – and my main reasoning is because you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover and my personal interpretation is via my son – he is 22 and so funny. He is also diagnosed with severe autism and profound mental retardation, seizure disorder, etc. If someone comes over and says hi to everyone except for him – because he doesn’t talk and wouldn’t get it anyway – they aren’t looking at my son as a person – even though he cannot speak nor say hello back (unless prompted to do so) – He likes when someone says hi to him as well – he is a human being! He is rather funny and knows how to make me belly laugh – from my soul!!!!! Most cannot see this because all they see is “autism” and not Danny. I could go on forever with examples – but I think you get my 2cents on why I love this fairy tale!!!!!! Thanks for the chance at a giveaway and I think this course looks absolutely amazing!!!4. May 2016 – 14:07ReplyCancel

  • Linda Flopsy Maher - My favourite is Maleficent… a woman who had everything taken away but rose again.. reclaimed what was rightfully hers and.. well kicked butt! 🙂4. May 2016 – 14:10ReplyCancel

  • Felicia Thompson Aaron - My favorite fairtytale character is Merida from Brave – not sure if she counts as a “fairytale” character, but she’s who I love! I love her spirit, her courage and her passion for life! She pushes the envelope a little, but she knows what she wants and seeks after it! You got to love that! 🙂4. May 2016 – 14:17ReplyCancel

  • Matt Liu - Beast is my favority fairytail. it reminds me we cannot just rely on people appearance and judge them. People might not look good outside, but has pure good heart inside. we should treat everyone equally, love and respect each other. then the world would become a much better place to live. btw, i love the iconic Rose in the beauty and the beast… Beautifull, fragile, with a hint of saddly romantic feeling… love love love.4. May 2016 – 14:19ReplyCancel

  • Claire Harrison - Snow white & the 7 dwarfs is the one I loved & grew up with as a child but mmm just maybe Alice in Wonderland is topping that now as an adult & of course there is so many spin off movies on TV now that mix them all that brings back neato memories. Alice in Wonderland still tops it as there is so much out there one can use to create art with papers & of course playing cards its a gem of well so many unmade mixed art projects ……………ok head going made with more ideas now 🙂4. May 2016 – 14:22ReplyCancel

  • Lynne Manning Militello - I would love to win a spot in Ever After! I have shared this on my facebook and already receive your email. I like so many of the fairytales, it’s hard to pick my favorite, but I would say Cinderella.4. May 2016 – 14:24ReplyCancel

  • Claire Harrison - Oh rats looks like my first post disappeared so here goes again:

    Going for Alice in wonderland as there are so many creative art possibilities there & supplies are not difficult to source at present.4. May 2016 – 14:25ReplyCancel

  • Trina Johnson - My favourite fairytale is Cinderella…I love the fairy god mother and how the animals try and help her, and she gets her happy ending even though her stepmother tries to make her life miserable4. May 2016 – 14:29ReplyCancel

  • Susan Boles - My favourite character is Maleficent. The new tale of why she became who she was, was so painful to see yet how she overcame it, inspiring.4. May 2016 – 14:38ReplyCancel

  • Lonny Clouser - Hmmm …. my favorite fairytale would have to be Hansel & Gretel – there could be so many opportunities for cuteness; however, your Jasmine is awfully cute, too!! I would love the opportunity to a part of this workshop!! 😀4. May 2016 – 14:39ReplyCancel

  • Deb Moniz - woohoo, super excited!!! i pinned and instagramed you. I love the idea of beauty and the beast for you, as soon as i read that was your pick i was excited to see it. Bring on the Beast. if i had to coose a different one….thumbelina, definitly!!4. May 2016 – 14:41ReplyCancel

  • Tina Marie Hilton - My favorite fairy tale character is hard to pin down. I loved the Little Mermaid for many, many years, but the fact that Elsa (The Snow Queen) is so much more empowering for women because although it is a story of true love, she doesn’t rely on some Prince to make her dreams come true. 🙂 Love that girl power message. Can’t wait to see your Beauty and the Beast!!4. May 2016 – 14:42ReplyCancel

  • Lei - Princess and the Pea is my favorite fairy tale. Rapunzel is running a close second. Thanks for offering the chance to win. The class looks amazing.4. May 2016 – 14:43ReplyCancel

  • Karen Garrett - I love fairy tales. And I enjoy them all! Each have their own lessons to learn and I find that depending on my life and what is going on reflects on which fairy tale I’m obsessed with at the moment. Can’t wait for Ever After!!4. May 2016 – 14:44ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer GoddessofglitteryStuff Daniels - One of my favorite fairytales is Cinderella. She was bullied by three mean heifers but with a little help from her fairy godmom she landed a handsome prince and a fabulous new home. WOWZA! !4. May 2016 – 14:47ReplyCancel

  • Alexandra - My favorite tale is Alice is Wonderland because it is so funny… But I also enjoy the other faire tales, reading and watching with my 2 daughters and I would love to study with you.4. May 2016 – 14:48ReplyCancel

  • Sandy - Oh, I’d love to win a spot! Being raised on fairy tales I’d have to say that as a child I could most easily relate to Cinderella. But maybe that’s because I absolutely loved the Rogers and Hammerstein sixty’s version that came on television once a year! 🙂4. May 2016 – 14:48ReplyCancel

  • Amy Phelps McGrath - I love the strength shown by Merida in Brave, but Belle’s love of books combined with her ability to see beyond the surface of the Beast and love him as he is makes her my favorite.4. May 2016 – 14:49ReplyCancel

  • Jami Skolnik Oscherwitz - Hansel & Gretel…..I always wanted a candy house and I love that the kids kill the witch. Went along w/the fear my Nana instilled in me of watching out for kidnappers. She scared me to death with stories of kids being kidnapped!!!4. May 2016 – 14:52ReplyCancel

  • Susan McDonnell - my favorite fairytale is Peter Pan, and my favorite character is Tinker Bell. I love that she is so full of passion, expression, is moody and imperfect, yet she is beautiful and imparts the gift of flight to a place where we never have to grow up4. May 2016 – 14:52ReplyCancel

  • Tracy Lynch Hays - As a Special Education Teacher, it is hard to choose just one Fairy Tale. Each of them teaches something to my students, good or bad. However, personally, I would go with Cinderella. She is hard working, selfless and treats all creatures, big and small, with respect.4. May 2016 – 15:02ReplyCancel

  • Kim Smith - Beauty and the Beast is my favorite. I love how Belle is a lover of books (same here! 😉 ). And I love their love story. Looks didn’t matter, only the beautiful person inside the beast mattered to her. I shared on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter. Also signed up for your newsletter! 🙂4. May 2016 – 15:05ReplyCancel

  • Margo Darretta - Hi Andrea! I’m so pleased you will be teaching in this class! I’ve taken many of your classes and I have learned SO much from you! Sketch your Life is one of my favorite classes ever and I refer back to it all the time to improve my skills. My favorite character is Belle because she looks past the “ugly” in the Beast to find the gentle and loving side of him. What a world this would be if we all looked for something good in each other.4. May 2016 – 15:27ReplyCancel

  • Jeanne Elliott - I am a mermaid girl, so my favorite is, of course, the Little Mermaid.4. May 2016 – 15:49ReplyCancel

  • Maribe Losada - My favorite is Alice in Wonderland. I Love the characters and the scenes.4. May 2016 – 15:53ReplyCancel

  • Jessica Leann Struck - My favorite fairy tale is the little mermaid. When I was little I would day dream about what it would be like to be a mermaid and be able to swim the vast ocean and live in a beautiful under water castle. It’s just a beautiful story.4. May 2016 – 15:58ReplyCancel

  • Kelly Button - Thank you for this opportunity! Looks awesome! Love your creations, so fun! My fave character is also Snow white…who doesn’t love a good fairytale?! Shared on facebook and pinterest!4. May 2016 – 16:00ReplyCancel

  • Fay Wales - My favourable character is little red riding hood. There’s something that attracts me to a journey in a woodland setting. The striking symbolism of the Cape. The innocence of youth combined with the cunning sly wolf. So much symbolism, fantasy and darkness in the daily journey. My second would possibly be the little mermaid… who wouldn’t want to be a mermaid! Well she didn’t but that’s not the point lol4. May 2016 – 16:23ReplyCancel

  • Ellie - My favorite has always been Cinderella. When I was eight I my Mom gave me a Cinderella watch for my birthday and it was the best EVER! I grew up loving her wonderful dresses and those sparkly crystal shoes….swoon. Of course, in the Disney version, the mice and birds that helped her were just fantastic. I often wish I had those helpers in my sewing room!4. May 2016 – 16:27ReplyCancel

  • Cindy van Dorp - They are all my favourite, I look the films alot with the kids ,… I love it because then I forget everything for a moment sometimes I wish my life was a fairytale, it always has a good end.
    Thank you for the chance, I hope to win a spot so I can art my own fairytale4. May 2016 – 16:27ReplyCancel

  • Danielle - My favourite fairytale has Always been Robin Hood, or the little Mermaid. The last one was my first movie ever to see at the cinema, together with my grandfather who was a huge fan of cartoons. Such good memories!4. May 2016 – 16:37ReplyCancel

  • Danielle - My favourite is the Little Mermaid, it was the first movie I got to see in a cinema. My grandfather, who loved cartoons, took me there. Such good memories!4. May 2016 – 16:43ReplyCancel

  • Juniper - Ooooh fairy tales!!!! I so so so hope to win this <3 Subscribed and shared!4. May 2016 – 16:47ReplyCancel

  • Jeannette Jones - I first started following your work through Lifebook2015…love your style. Hope I get picked for this new venture.4. May 2016 – 16:57ReplyCancel

  • Hilde - My favorite is Alice in Wonderland because of all the great characters in the story.
    Thanks for the chance to win a spot 🙂4. May 2016 – 17:04ReplyCancel

  • Denise of Coffeeberry cottage - I would love to win a seat! My fave is Cinderella because there are so many memories connected to Her and the movie to My childhood4. May 2016 – 17:06ReplyCancel

  • Wendy Vogel McGowen - Tweeted! Hmmm, my favorite fairytale would be The Emperor’s New Clothes, because I think even today the premise holds true: people are too quick to follow the flock. It takes a strong person to stand up and point out the fact that the emperor is naked …4. May 2016 – 17:11ReplyCancel

  • Denise of Coffeeberry Cottage - Oh Yes and I also posted on FB,Pinterest(art lessons) and My sidebar on My blog YEAH !4. May 2016 – 17:16ReplyCancel

  • gwen - Wow there are so many great fairytales!! I do love Little Red Riding Hood and Peter Pan who never grows up and goes on adventures with fairies and mermaids and pirates! I can’t wait for this class to begin and see your lesson Andrea! I love your work and was excited to see you on the roster!4. May 2016 – 17:32ReplyCancel

  • Janel Pfeiffer Hunt - Mulan, not sure if she counts as a fairy tale as much as a Chinese legend. She becomes a great warrior out of determination and sheer will. She is very courageous. I have needed these qualities in my life. It’s great to find encouragement !4. May 2016 – 17:54ReplyCancel

  • Marcie Aspras - My favorite fairy tale is Sleeping Beauty. I was convinced as a child that the ladies taking care of her were my great-aunts – my Aunt Ada, Aunt Margaret & Aunt Blanche. Interestingly, I never thought I was Sleeping Beauty. I was so proud that someone had written a book about my great-aunts!!! I still think of them when I pick up that book!!4. May 2016 – 17:55ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Streff - I shared on FB.. Little Mermaid has to be my favorite.. I’m so excited for you, what a great opportunity!!4. May 2016 – 18:01ReplyCancel

  • Sara Baker - Thank you so much for being a part of this course. I am super excited to learn the techniques and how to develop my own style!4. May 2016 – 18:01ReplyCancel

  • Jen Riley - I never really had a favorite until recently. I love the strong character of Merida in Brave. I like her individuality and not wanting to be what they expect of her. She challengers the norm, and I admire that.4. May 2016 – 18:16ReplyCancel

  • Susan Berkowitz - This looks like such a fabulous class! I’d love to be able to afford to take it. And I’m thrilled Tam is offering chances to win. Thanks4. May 2016 – 18:34ReplyCancel

  • Becky - I love getting lost in all of them but Alice in Wonderland is my favorite.4. May 2016 – 18:39ReplyCancel

  • Tracy Scott - Beauty and the beast is by far my most favourite fairytale. Looking beyond the skin to find the prince beneath xx4. May 2016 – 18:54ReplyCancel

  • Jo Hudson - My favourite fairy tale is The Little Match Girl. So very sad yet also so very beautiful. It’s such a short tale but it stays in the mind and the heart. I would be so delighted to win a spot on this magical journey, thank you for the opportunity! Shared to FB 😀 x4. May 2016 – 19:08ReplyCancel

  • Shannon Pratt - Hi Andrea

    So glad to have you as a teacher in this group. Cant wait . Hope to win of course.

    Shannon4. May 2016 – 19:37ReplyCancel

  • dijit - So hard to pick a favourite fairy tale/character but today I think I would have to go with Little Red Riding Hood. Such a lot of symbolism going on.4. May 2016 – 19:43ReplyCancel

  • Yvonne van Kersen - my favo character is Thumper from bambi…
    because
    “If you can’t say something nice… don’t say nothing at all.”4. May 2016 – 19:46ReplyCancel

  • Purrucker-Maiore - I love “le petit prince” … it will be interesting to turn it upside down and tell a different story … and maybe make him meet a character from another fairy tale ! Thank you for offering a spot for this amazing adventure starting July. I can’t wait !!!4. May 2016 – 19:59ReplyCancel

  • Theresa Mathews - (I’m sharing to pinterest – I haven’t shared there yet. And I’ve just now discovered you from the blog hop – I’m loving your art!!!)
    I have so many favorite fairy tales and myths..
    One of my favorites is Rapunzel.. I like how she discovers and explores her bravery and a whole new side of herself… And (literally) a whole new world!4. May 2016 – 20:08ReplyCancel

  • Denise Spicer-Boyes - I was super excited when I saw your name come up on the list for Ever After Andrea as I just love your art and your heart. Hard to choose a favourite fairy tale but I love fairies so Peter & Wendy by J.M. Barrie would be my pick – I love Tinkerbell. Thank you for offering a free spot on what is going to be an amazing journey.4. May 2016 – 20:15ReplyCancel

  • Kathy Stacy - A fan of you for sure – looking forward to class!!4. May 2016 – 20:23ReplyCancel

  • Tanesha Taylor Nurse - My favorite fairytale is Princess and the Pea. I love how she’s only proven to be a Princess because she had such a bad nights sleep on a pea. I’m a very light sleeper myself, and the littlest noise or discomfort seem to wake me up, so my husband is always calling me his Princess and the Pea, LOL4. May 2016 – 20:25ReplyCancel

  • Glenda - My favorite is The Little Mermaid because as a kid the Hans Christian Anderdon book I had was missing the last pages so I had to make up my own ending.4. May 2016 – 20:27ReplyCancel

  • Janice F - YAY! I am already on your mailing list and you know how much I loved taking your online class so you have to know I would LOVE to win a seat in this. Ummm, I am not sure I have a favorite fairy tale. Please don’t let that disqualify me!! I’m just being honest. I think there is something we can learn from all the stories. I like a lot of the old tales – The Emporer’s New clothes. The Grimm fairy tales – Red Riding Hood….4. May 2016 – 20:31ReplyCancel

  • Karin Carter - Hey Andrea 😀 That is great news! Congratulations!!! and what a great list too 😀 Mine would be Maleficent 😀 I just enjoy the whole character. So I guess it would have to be Sleeping Beauty too but I do love them all. xxx4. May 2016 – 20:37ReplyCancel

  • magdalena fernandez - love, love little mermaid luv the sea4. May 2016 – 20:56ReplyCancel

  • Kitty Baroque - Thumbelina! That magical world of nature, her love of her animal friends and despite all the obstacles finding love As the Danny Kaye song says, “when your heart is full of love you’re 9feet tall” – LOVE, in all its forms is where it’s at ✌️4. May 2016 – 21:30ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Souders - Your work is wonderful. Love Cinderella.4. May 2016 – 21:31ReplyCancel

  • Marjorie Sears Ashcraft - I shared on Twitter , I think mine would be Snow White ,she was beautiful and such a people pleaser everyone just loved her !! Most of all her loving connection with the animals!!! I wish I could have that. I love so many characters but her I’d like to imulate4. May 2016 – 21:44ReplyCancel

  • Brenda Rodammer - I love so many! Belle from Beauty and the Beast, Elsa from Frozen, and Mulan.4. May 2016 – 21:53ReplyCancel

  • Brenda Rodammer - I think my first comment disappeared. Love Belle from Beauty and the Beast. Love Elsa from Frozen and Mulan too!4. May 2016 – 22:06ReplyCancel

  • Paula - I just love The Little Mermaid and Mulan because I remember watching those with my daughters when they were younger. I have probably seen these movies 20 times, but I still love them!4. May 2016 – 22:32ReplyCancel

  • Amy - Aladdin is my favourite fairytale. Jasmine is my favourite character because she’s so tough. Your art piece of her is stunning; I love it!4. May 2016 – 23:17ReplyCancel

  • Libby - I love the Little Mermaid. I am Pisces so I can think of all sorts of characters I could use.5. May 2016 – 00:03ReplyCancel

  • Cristy Miller Harris - Goldilocks! It’s a great lesson about listening to your mother 😀
    I’ve signed up to your newsletter and am so thankful for Lifebook, and introducing me to artists and their unique styles!!! And sharing!5. May 2016 – 01:02ReplyCancel

  • Loren Boyd - So excited you will be part of “Ever After” I absolutely love your whimsical style Andrea. Although it is hard to choose a favourite fairy tale, I think it would have to be Cinderella. 🙂5. May 2016 – 01:18ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie Moody Pedersen - To be honest, the fairy tales I grew up with were pretty stressful for a kid, lol. Snow White almost being killed, Cinderella having to do her stepsisters’ and stepmother’s bidding and being locked in her room, Pinochio leaving Geppetto and having to find his way home…but at least they ended well. =D5. May 2016 – 01:44ReplyCancel

  • Jul Turner - Wow your art rocks! So happy to have found you. Blog Hops are such a cool way of discovering artist who haven’t yet crossed your path. Love Alice in Wonderland, the thrill of dissapearing into another world full of eccentric characters sounds like my kind of place.5. May 2016 – 02:00ReplyCancel

  • Dianne - My favorite is “Jack and the Beanstalk,” because Jack was doing all he could for his family! Hope to win a spot in this awesome class!5. May 2016 – 02:21ReplyCancel

  • Ellen - My favorite fairytale is Cinderella. It helps me to remember that even when you are scrubbing the floors of life, one impossible glass slipper can come along and change your life. 🙁5. May 2016 – 02:24ReplyCancel

  • Pam Olds - My favourite Fairytale is Snow White and the 7 dwarfs. I had a jigsaw when I was a young child and i loved Snow white. She was sweet and humble and kind. …abd who can resist the 7 dwarves….they show all sides of our own characters5. May 2016 – 02:28ReplyCancel

  • Carla B. - Years ago, my son and I visited a Disney Adventure Park where we got to see illustrators at work… Amazing! There was a game to see which Disney character you were most like and mine was Belle from Beauty and the Beast! No, for real, although there are times I feel more like Ursula from The Little Mermaid! Belle loves books and loves to read. She has a good heart and cares for others… Yep, that’s me! Love the EverAfter concept but with recent unemployment, I simply can’t justify another expense right now. I appreciate the opportunity of possibly winning a spot in this exciting online course. Thank you! Warmly, Carla5. May 2016 – 02:55ReplyCancel

  • debra bruce - My favorite fairy tale is Sleeping Beauty. It was one of my daughter’s favorites when she was little and we would watch it over and over again and anything that has fairies in it I love. lol Just took your Warrior Princess mini class and love it. Love all the pen details that you put into your work. Your technique really made my drawing come alive. Will be taking more classes soon.5. May 2016 – 03:29ReplyCancel

  • Melita - If I had to pick just one it would have to be Beauty and the Beast. I just love Belle!5. May 2016 – 03:34ReplyCancel

  • Cristy - Goldilocks, because it’s a great lesson about listening to your mother 😀
    I just signed up for Lifebook this year and can’t believe what a great resource it for discovering such varied artists and the wonderful online classes offered! So happy to have discovered you and your bright and shiny style!5. May 2016 – 03:43ReplyCancel

  • Cathy Millen - What a great chance to get a spot on this course. I like Alice I wonderland. It is very whimsical, creative and fun.5. May 2016 – 03:44ReplyCancel

  • Kendra - I have more than one favorite…I love the modern tale of the Wicked Witch of the West… Aptly called Wicked. I also love the Selkie and Kitsun tales. It would be awesome to win a spot, so a star is wished upon & fingers are crossed.5. May 2016 – 03:49ReplyCancel

  • Marion Werren - I Love Red Riding Hood. I once made my daughter a red riding hood outfit for a book week parade at school. I love your artwork, the bright and beautiful colours really excite and stimulate my creative soul. I would love to win a space in your class, it would be a dream come true. Thank you for the chance to win such an amazing adventure.

    Marion xxxx5. May 2016 – 03:54ReplyCancel

  • Beth Fromlath - A favorite fairy tale, they are all great! If I have to choose one, it would be rapunzel a la tangled. I liked the way she was represented in the movie, sassy and able to take care of herself (even though she didn’t know it at first). Also liked that she and Flynn had a chance to get to know each other and fall in love… It wasn’t “love at first sight”.5. May 2016 – 04:43ReplyCancel

  • Rita - I think Pinnochio. The true power of faith and love. Love your Queen of Hearts! Thanks for the opportunity to win! Shared on Facebook.5. May 2016 – 05:33ReplyCancel

  • Wendy - Ooh. So hard to choose. They’re all so wonderful. I always loved the Disney Sleeping Beauty, but as someone commented, the Once Upon a Time Captain Hook is not too bad!5. May 2016 – 05:41ReplyCancel

  • linda folkerts - Hard to pick just one, but always loved Cinderella. Being whisked to the Ball in a wonderful gown in an enchanted pumpkin, after enduring her struggles with the wicked stepmother,etc. And glass slipers, I mean come on! What killer heels 😉5. May 2016 – 05:58ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Ropers - I love fairy tales and it is too hard to pick just one favorite! I love the musical Into the Woods both for the fantastic music and the mash up of so many fairy tales characters! Cinderella, Rapunzel, Little Red Ridinghood, Jack and the beanstalk….but I also love the little mermaid because mermaids!…but I also always loved reading both Snow White and Rose Red and The Twelve Dancing Princesses to my children! So much juicy goodness! I am super excited for this class and thankful for a chance to win a spot!5. May 2016 – 06:07ReplyCancel

  • Donna McMahon - Oh gosh..my favourite!! Cinderella, because she stayed soft, hopeful, humble and loving even when treated badly, Thumbelina becasue she is small & as a child so was I, Hansel & Gretel because I had a brother and given 5 minutes away from our mother we could have had such fun. This is a generous, lovely opportunity. Thankyou.5. May 2016 – 06:18ReplyCancel

  • Natasha Daly - Hi Andrea, I am so excited about this workshop and can’t wait to see your take on Beauty and the Beast. I love fairy tales and it’s hard to pick a favourite….. So Rapunzel (for the hair), Cinderella (for the dress and those SHOES) and Snow White (for the Alabaster Skin) lol, nah just joking. I love them all, I love the morals and the fact that they I still the sense need for kindness, love, open mindedness, courage and a strong sense of self. Also I love that regardless of the trials if you hold steadfast to who you are and your beliefs “good” will always triumph. I think we need more of that in our society….. Geese off my soapbox now…that got a bit serious sorry! Lol. Anyway will share to Facebook and Instagram under @chasing_lilies and Natasha Daly and I alreDy subscribe to your blog. Thanks for the chance to win a place. 5. May 2016 – 06:37ReplyCancel

  • fay copeland - i am so excited about this class as i love fairy tales. I know my style is whimsical but i will enjoy delving into what exactly that is in reference to my painting.5. May 2016 – 06:50ReplyCancel

  • Miranda van den Bosch - My fav character is Alice in Wonderland, the story is great all the characters are fabulous and so inspirational. All the things that happen to Alice are so like real life, growing up getting older. Love other fairytales too, ’cause we are never to old for fairytales are we5. May 2016 – 06:50ReplyCancel

  • fay copeland - i am so excited about this class as i love fairy tales. I know my style is whimsical but i will enjoy delving into what exactly that is in reference to how I paint.5. May 2016 – 06:51ReplyCancel

  • fay copeland - Sorry I got carried away and didn’t read the instructions. My favorite fairy tale is, Cinderella. I like the idea of a magical night where i would get to dress up in a beautiful gown and have a special man pick me out of all the girls at the ball5. May 2016 – 06:57ReplyCancel

  • Gaylene - First I want to thank you for this amazing offer and tell you I just love your work!! The colors, style I just love it!! The teachers in this class are going to be so fantastic can not wait to get started!! ! I think my favorite fairy tale would be Cinderella, she was beautiful within and Humble!5. May 2016 – 07:12ReplyCancel

  • Belinda Dworak - Your work is fabulous Andrea. I would love the opportunity to learn from you. I have been a Lifebooker since 2013. Fairytales shave always been a huge part of my life story. I now get to makeup and share them with my grandchildren. This class fits into my life story. Thank you for the opportunity to have a chance to take this class. I love your art. Happily ever after, Belinda D.5. May 2016 – 07:41ReplyCancel

  • Bea Savellano - I would love to be part of this…b5. May 2016 – 08:01ReplyCancel

  • Julie Whitechurch - I love Beauty and the Beast. It not only challenges me to see the beauty inside all people, but also to be a vessel to draw that beauty out.5. May 2016 – 09:02ReplyCancel

  • Melanie Mulrooney - I am so excited you will be teaching in Ever After! I really loved your Life Book lesson in 2015, and your work is just stunning! <3 Favourite fairy tale... Gosh, so hard to pick just one! I think I have to go with Snow White, partly because she was the one I felt most connected to as a kid -- my last name was White and I always wished my mother had named me Snow. ha!5. May 2016 – 10:14ReplyCancel

  • Angelique Lane - My favourite characters are Bambi and Thumper. I have such lovely child hood memories of these lovely animals. Not sure if this really can be clasified as a fairy tail. Otherwise I will choose Snowwhite.5. May 2016 – 10:24ReplyCancel

  • lura brown - i love the characters in alice in wonderland the most but i know this is going to be a great class with many other soon to be favorites. i shared on my fb page and am wishing and hoping with all my heart i can win this. living on a very tight income makes it so hard to pay for classes. i also am waiting on the results to see if i have lymphoma and expect i will have lots of free time on my hands for art since i cant even do my little part time job of 8 hours a week. thank you so much for the opportunity.5. May 2016 – 20:15ReplyCancel

  • Melisa - My favorite fairy tale is The Frog Prince because frogs are awesome.6. May 2016 – 01:10ReplyCancel

  • Sharon - I’ve never considered Alice in Wonderland a fairy tale, but she IS my favorite and since so many others are mentioning here I will too. I actually prefer through the Looking Glass. For a classic fairy tale I always enjoyed imaging the witch’s house in Hansel & Gretel…6. May 2016 – 01:28ReplyCancel

  • Ildiko Karsay - I love fairytales very much, I have 3 children, so I read lot of tales every day. My Mom said when I was children (40 xears ago) I regret the Witch in Snowhite tale. I have a 100 years old book continuing the tale, which called “Snowwhite become mother” it is really interesting she had 2 children and they were stolen …. So I would be a lucky princess to win a free spot. Only the prince is missing.6. May 2016 – 10:42ReplyCancel

  • edie - I am living a fairy tale with my beloved Froggie Prince – this would be awesome!6. May 2016 – 12:02ReplyCancel

  • Milena - I think it’s Snow white…why? I do not know…she is sweet girl 🙂6. May 2016 – 12:27ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca almeraz - My favorite Fairytale is Beauty and the Beast. It reminds me of my childhood because I use to watch it over and over. I loved that she was beautiful and smart.6. May 2016 – 18:07ReplyCancel

  • Jacklyn Seymour Young - My favorite fairy tales are Beauty and the Beast and Rapunzel. Beauty and the Beast because I am a happily hopeless romantic – I never tire of this story no matter how many versions of it I encounter. I not entirely sure why I am so drawn to Rapunzel (the original, not Disney). Rapunzel has a terrible childhood and grows into a strong woman, but there’s more to it than that…6. May 2016 – 18:33ReplyCancel

  • Carmen Uribarri Lucero - Oh And easy, I’m so happy to know you are a teacher in this course. I want to win a spot . My favorite character is little Red riding hood. She overcame so much, don’t you think? Thanks for the chance! Carmen Lucero6. May 2016 – 20:12ReplyCancel

  • Carrie Peel - Once upon a time, there was a poor schoolteacher who loved fairy tales so much that she once taught a fairytale themed literature class to a bunch of teenagers! She loved exploring the themes, variations, and history behind those types of stories. When she had a daughter, she made sure to share with her every single fairytale that she could think of- even the Brothers Grimm anthology, which is pretty dark at times!! For the past few years, this schoolteacher has rediscovered her love of drawing, painting, and creating mixed media pieces- she’s even taken a class from Andrea Gomoll herself (Art Journeying- LOVED IT!!!!), and has been wanting (for quite some time) to sign up for one of Ms. Laporte’s and Ms. Davenport’s as well. When she discovered that all THREE of these artists (along with several others, who all also look extremely talented) would be participating in a fairytale tale themed course, she was more excited by that news than she’d have been if her fairy godmother suddenly showed up granting wishes! In fact, she doesn’t think she’ll even be able to wait until July!!! Yep, that’s me…if anyone is still reading this ridiculously long post! I’ve been signed up for your newsletter, but I did just get a new email address so I re-signed up and shared! Thanks for offering the giveaway and for all that you do- I absolutely adore your art, and I cannot wait until July!!!! So excited!6. May 2016 – 20:39ReplyCancel

  • Tina - I love the fairytale of Peter Pan! Would also love to win a spot in this amazing course.7. May 2016 – 03:01ReplyCancel

  • Kimberly Colella Hogan - I am a huge fan of your art and enjoyed your lesson in LB. I love your girls!!!! So having you as one of the teachers in Ever After is exciting. Thank you for the chance to win a spot. Tam really did a fantastic job choosing the teachers for this class!!! ((((HUGS))))7. May 2016 – 03:22ReplyCancel

  • Kimberly Colella Hogan - Thank you for the opportunity to win a spot in this fantastical class. I love your style and really enjoyed your lesson in LB. Choosing an absolute favorite is tough, I love fairy tales in general and the each have a quality I love, but I am partial to the Fairy Godmother….. She grants wishes and is ever so cheerful!!! Thanks again!!!! ((((HUGS))))7. May 2016 – 03:32ReplyCancel

  • Jean Moore - My favorite has always been Sleeping Beauty, to think of waitng all that time for one true love is amazing and wonderful. Truth be told, the Wicked Witch is actually one of my favorites TOO! I would be so very grateful to participate in this class and frolick with the wunderkind teachers!8. May 2016 – 03:14ReplyCancel

  • Tommy Jo Vilello Anderson - Always, my favorite fairy tale has been “The Princess and the Pea” by Hans Christian Andersen. I believe that you can not pretend to be something you are not. The charade never lasts. A true heart lives her truth and need not pretend or try to convince others. Thank you so much for the opportunity to win a seat in this intriguing class. I am excited to see each instructor’s rendering of the fairy tales they are painting!8. May 2016 – 04:55ReplyCancel

  • JEAN MOORE - I am waiting on pins and noodles to see if I win a place in the classes! Be still me heart!8. May 2016 – 05:15ReplyCancel

  • Petra P - Hi Andrea, my favorite fairytale is hans und greatel! I always feel pitty with them!8. May 2016 – 16:27ReplyCancel

  • Priss Blafu - I Love fairytales and I love your work. Hope to win a place. My favourite one is Maleficient, I love the new story9. May 2016 – 13:09ReplyCancel

  • Dana Saint John - My favorite fairy tale is The Ugly Duckling. I love beautiful little birds, especially swans. And I love that the little duckling’s beauty was always there, just waiting to express itself.
    Thanks for this chance to win a spot xoxo9. May 2016 – 21:00ReplyCancel

  • Judy Holland - I would love a chance to win.15. May 2016 – 12:51ReplyCancel

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