There is so much doom and gloom around at the moment I started wondering how I could lighten the atmosphere and bring a smile back to everyone’s face. Then I got it! I am going to give you a tremendous end of year gift by offering 10% OFF any South African Painting Holiday that is booked before the end of February 2009.
Max my accountant didn’t like my idea at all, (don’t you find accountants so inhibiting?) but I hung in there and refused to withdraw the offer, however I couldn’t stand Max growling every time he looked at me and muttering under his breath, so to make Max smile again, I compromised I said “OK Max I’ll make it an offer for the first 100 people who book their South African Painting Holiday before the end of February 2009″
He’s smiling again and I’m happy to be able to offer you a fantastic painting holiday at a fantastic seasonal price but you’ve just got to be quick about it as there Max (Scrooge)is only allowing 100 holidays at this price.
Now, that’s not where it ends – I’ve sneaked in a few extras for you if you are in the lucky 100. I’m going to throw in a whole bunch of really nice extras…
- You will get absolutely FREE, access to our exclusive private Painting Circle for 90 Days. Our Painting Circle is brim full of tips, hints, videos and much more. Everything you need to keep your painting inspired!
- You will also be able to enjoy a one-on-one mentoring session with one of our tutors for 90 days, while you paint a picture. That’s 24 hour access to a professional artist who will guide you through your painting with plenty of on-line helpful advice and constructive critiquing right up to the last day of your painting.PLUS
- I’ll give you the opportunity to ask Gill (our senior tutor) about any three painting problems you have, and Gill will reply by sending you a personalized video blog where she will show you exactly how to get back on track.Do Remember this offer is on a first come basis for the first 100 people to book their 2009 holiday, so don’t miss out on Seasonal Madness of ours.
PAINTING TIP NO.10
The knowledge of what to leave out is almost as important as that of knowing what to include: Be selective.