From painting to cooking food there has been a lot that people got to learn with all the time on their hands. Here are all the new skills your favourite creators have learned.

Every person has been trying to make the best out of the time that we have been forced to spend. While some took up new things others took off from where they left. No matter how much we cry over and crib about being under lockdown there has been a lot that this lockdown gave us. And one among them is the chance to improve our various skills.

Our favourite creators and influencers have also been making the most of this time. Many brushed-up on their pre-existing skills while some surprised us by learning new ones. Many Creators learnt a smilart art style called ‘fluid art’ with the help of Sakshi Lunkad. Their posts have become an encouragement for many who are finding a way to make this lockdown more worthwhile. We have made a list of such creators who learned new skills during this quarantine.

Check out these creators and their new skills:

View this post on Instagram

summertime radness by @farukkabir9 🖤

A post shared by Aisha Ahmed 🦩 (@aisharahmed) on

View this post on Instagram

#artwithlarsa Day 5 of Ceramics, and all i can say is i’m doing this for life. I have always loved clay, and for the longest time I’ve made little things with air dry clay. . I’ve made SO MANY THINGS in the pst 5 classes, I can’t wait to show you how they’ve all turned out. 😭✨ . Im glad I could pick my DIY and craft skills back again in this lockdown, travel just made it so hard to give time to all my interests, haha i still feel there’s sooo much to do, and so little time🌝 . . Anyway, i hope these little diy videos inspire you to keep creating✨ . @onewheeldriveindia thanks for being such a lovely teacher♥️ . #feelkaroreelkaro #feelitreelit #ceramics #ceramicplanter #clay #clayart #claystamps #claydiy #claywork #diyprojects #diyhomedecor

A post shared by 🇮🇳Larissa D’Sa🌴🌊Travel Etc. (@larissa_wlc) on

View this post on Instagram

Siddharth’s granny found this butterfly in the lawn, so we thought of preserving it in resin 🦋 i have been testing out resin projects for my next DIY VIDEO on YouTube and took this video while filming it✨ . While we found the butterfly, (it was obviously not alive) i did research on how and why people preserve butterflies specifically in resin. Also read a weird prophetic meaning of a dead butterfly, its scary😶 . When there’s so many plants and flowers around, and also the fields, you find a lot of dead insects and moths almost every alternate day, in the garden, literally found a big half eaten moth 🤔 . Have any of you tried resin projects before? All details will be mentioned in my YouTube video! So pls subscribe and stay tuned♥️ . . #artwithlarsa #diyprojects #resinart #resin #resincoasters #butterfly

A post shared by 🇮🇳Larissa D’Sa🌴🌊Travel Etc. (@larissa_wlc) on

Also Read: Creators show us how to do staying-in right with these weekend posts