The mood to be creative sometimes strikes when you least expect it. But what do you do when you want to create something but you don't know you want to create?
If you're the kind of person who shrugs and picks up their phone or heads for Netflix instead, you're in the right place. You're also in the right place if you head to Pinterest for inspiration, and an hour later you've saved a bunch of pins but not actually acted on any of them...
The Spark Your Creativity Workbook is perfect for when you just don't know what you want to create. If your fingers have that creative itch and you don't have a specific project in mind, grab this book and get to it!
Altogether there are forty exercises in this workbook, including drawing, writing, crafting, painting, and making collages. Each page gives you a prompt for a different creative exercise, so you can just dive right in when you have some precious free time.
And don't forget – you will always have this printable workbook, so you can reprint your favourite pages again and again. The same goes for if you are really unhappy with what you create with a page! You really can't go wrong, so what I want you to do is forget to be careful and stop holding yourself back.
A note on printing: some of the exercises in this book, such as those involving paint, are better printed on thicker paper if you have some. Alternatively, if you use regular printer paper and it buckles as it dries, you can flatten it out again under a stack of books when it is fully dry.