I got started on my creativity this morning in a lovely virtual CoCreation Conversation hosted by Susan Davis, with an exercise lead by Jen Duchene. We were taken on a guided journey to reconnect with our childhood creativity, after viewing one of Jen’s Illuminating Journey Cards. Here is what I created the end of the meditation. (Scroll down for more.)
After lunch, I got started on the next page for the journal I’m building, and even got it completed before dark! I realized that this time around, I’m going to embellish all of the pages when I’ve finished making them. I hope you’re enjoying the process!
What are you working on today? Have you been inspired to set yourself a challenge for the year, or even for a month? Let us know in the comments!
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I love what you shared for your day three, Quadira, and am inspired to start a new daily creative something – for the month of March at least. I am trying to decide from the many options I have.
And I understand about clutter control. It is already part of a daily “downsizing” project of mine and I want to cheer your followers on who are working on creating a clear space for crafting their own unique creations. Yay to all of you! Doing one thing to declutter, even if it is a tiny thing each day, is actually a Big thing! : )
Yes, indeed! I am always needing to declutter my art table every so often; sometimes I think things multiply when I’m not looking!
Clearing Clutter in my apartment is my project for this year because I can’t do any art until my art table is cleared off. I love to see your progress, Quadira!
That is a great project, Barbara! We surely cannot create amidst a mess. I know I need to clear my own art table again soon; it gets filled up quickly!
My project for the year is to organize my craft room. That doesn’t sound very creative, but I’m so hampered by the chaos that I can’t really get going on any projects. If nothing else, it will free up space.
That is an excellent project, Abigail! Hopefully it will take less than a year, and it will definitely give you more space and energy for your creations. You go!