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Want to check out some Mindful Art tutorials?
Want to learn to take advantage of the natural properties of water to create a lovely watercolor spread in your journal? Wouldn’t it be great to watch your sadness transform itself through paint? I’ll show you this fun, energizing technique here.
You get home from work and you want to create something, but you are so sapped, the last thing you have energy for is coming up with creative ideas about what to make. Here’s a great set of simple fun doodles that will get the creative juices flowing.
You’d like to keep an art journal, but you have no idea where to start. Let me get you going with a ton of fun ideas and inspirational pics. Click here to get started.
One of the things that really seems to get in the way of you making art is that it takes so darn long to set up and break down each time you create! No matter how small your space, this post is full of inventive ways to carve out a little spot in your home for your creative life.