I was blog surfing today & saw this creative challenge from Craft Critique. I have been needing some help blogging since my last challenge ended. So, I don't know how frequently I'll be doing this, but I know I'm going to get through the 30 days ASAP!
The rules: There are no rules in art! Play for 30 days consecutively or try one task every three days. Do the tasks in order or not. Choose to complete every task or just do a few of them. Blog about and share your work or keep this project to yourself.
Task 1: When you were a child, how did you express your creativity? Completed
Task 2: What colors are meaningful to you and why? Completed
Task 3: What words or phrases do you find inspiring and why? Completed
Task 4: Do some doodling... share it and write about it! Completed
Task 5: What artists do you seek out for inspiration? Create a small something based on your source. Completed
Task 6: How does your living space reflect your creative nature? Share a picture if you can! Completed
Task 7: Relax! Do you relax to create or create to relax?
Task 8: Create a self portrait, draw or photograph yourself. What do you see? Completed
Task 9: Make a list of creative people you are grateful for today. Completed
Task 10: Create something today inspired by nature! Completed
Task 11: Stop and look around you. There is something in this room you've never noticed before. What is it?
Task 12: Look at a child. See how connected they are to their creative self? Pretend you are a child and make something. Completed
Task 13: Try something new! Play today with a new form of art or craft! Completed
Task 14: Make something to give away. Send a card to a friend or make a little gift for someone you care about.
Task 15: Do you like to try new things? What about trying something new do you like or dislike? Completed
Task 16: Do you create best when your emotions are high? Do you turn to creative endeavors when you are sad, angry, or just filled with joy?
Task 17: Sing. Sing a song... make it simple to last your whole life long! How did that feel?
Task 18: Does the way you dress show your creativity? How? If not, why not?
Task 19: Do you keep a creative journal or have an inspiration board? Share! Completed
Task 20: Read a crafty book or blog and write about it or create something inspired by it!
Task 21: Find and photograph one object in your home and create something inspired by it.
Task 22: Take time today to thank your favorite creative people for their talents. Comment on their blogs, Facebook and Twitter.
Task 23: Listen to a favorite song or artist and create something inspired by that music.
Task 24: What is your "Creative Bucket List"? List 12 creative things you want to learn more about. Completed
Task 25: Write a simple Haiku. (5-7-5) Completed
Task 26: Write, draw or paint something with your non-dominant hand. Completed
Task 27: What is the usual theme of your work? If you tend to create joyful, bright and optimistic art, then try to create something somber or dark... or vice versa.
Task 28: Paint with your fingers.
Task 29: Photograph your favorite feature. Completed
Task 30: Make a Creative Tool Kit! Compile your favorite words and phases of inspiration, swatches or fabric and color, drawings and doodles, and images into a little book you can pull out anytime you need to be inspired!