Herb and Art Inspired Vlog!

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Surprise!!! Today is a vlog!!!!

I wanted to tell you, in person, all about my new mini eCourse the Herb Studies Workshop and give you all the details on the Still Summer Sale first hand, so I decided to make a vlog post today instead of a blog post to mix things up!

I am really excited about and proud of this new eCourse because I love herbs. Everything about them from their culture, to how they grow, to the fact that they are edible and you know I love anything edible!!!

So, if you like, check out the video to get your discount code below for the Still Summer Sale that starts today and goes through next Monday 9/7/15 so you can get 15% off everything (!!) in the Etsy shop and learn a little more about why I think the Herb Studies Workshop eCourse is so awesome!

 

Herb Studies Workshop eCourse Vlog Launch!!! from Wings, Worms, and Wonder on Vimeo.

 

* Click here for the Wings, Worms, and Wonder Etsy Shop to take advantage of the Still Summer 15% off Sale while it lasts!

Remember to enter the coupon code – stillsummer2015 – at checkout to get the 15% discount!!!!!!

 

* Click here for the Herb Studies Workshop: Paint 3 Garden Herbs course page to learn more about the course!

 

Then, to be entered to win, Comment below and tell me:

What is your favorite herb and why it is your favorite for a chance to win 1 of 2 FREE spots in the new Herb Studies Workshop: Paint 3 Garden Herbs mini eCourse!! Winners will be drawn using random.org and will be announced in next Tuesday’s blog post 9/8/15.

I can’t wait to see you in the course!!!

14 thoughts on “Herb and Art Inspired Vlog!

  1. My favorite herb is basil. I think it is a beautiful plant and I love the way it smells. It is so versatile to use in cooking and to add to drink recipes.

  2. I’m just starting out with growing herbs – so far basil is my fav since it grows easily and I know what to do with it in the kitchen. Would love to learn how to raise, use and especially draw a wide variety of herbs.

  3. I love them all! However, Lavender has been my little friend for decades! In CA where half of my garden has just withered because of drought…Lavender not only stands tall, produces fragrance ALL the time, but it also GROWS bigger! I can completely neglect Lavender and it keeps faithfully producing. You can do a gazillion things with lavender and my favorite is making lavender into a little bracelet that you can wear around your wrist. Roll dried lavender into a bandana (rolling like the rug in Montessori land) and then tie the ends together for a fragrant bracelet. Children love this. (I have a blog post on it, too!) Kelly, your price for this eCourse is so reasonable, but I just had to go for the contest to win a free seat in the class. Thanks for your wonderful blog and your Vlogs really rock!

    1. Carolyn! What great ideas!! Thank you so much for sharing! Yes, I agree. Lavender is amazing and there is definitely something to be appreciated about those garden plants that ask nothing of use, yet continue to thrive! You’ve got to love that! And yeah reasonable or not, it is great to win!!! Thanks for entering and sharing your favorite herbs and tips! I would love to link to your lavender bracelet activity!

  4. Such a tough call Kelly! I love basil & rosemary & thyme the best for cooking. I love lavender, too. And many others 🙂 Thanks for your wonderful nature inspiration!!

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