Creative Inspiration Online
By Barbara Bietz – Creativity
Finding time to be creative can be a challenge and for some, the biggest obstacle is how to start. Many artistic projects do require a learning curve.
Before you spend hundreds of dollars on a project you may never finish, check out some online resources for ideas and inspiration. In the comfort of your own home you can check out blogs and web sites for ideas and inspiration. You can find some terrific sources for writing, crafting, cooking, and more.
Here are a few that I enjoy:
Paperblanks is a company that produces writing journals, but their blog is like a creative museum open to the public without an entrance fee. From discussions of creative projects, diaries, artists and more, there is much to discover and enjoy.
For those who are interested in journaling, this site offers accessible, easy to follow suggestions that can jumpstart your writing journey.
Cooking is a great way to be creative! Ree Drummond has her own show on the Food Newtwork. Visiting her web site feels like having coffee with a friend who is willing to share amazing recipes your family will love! Gorgeous close-up photos are as good as standing in the kitchen with Ree. The web site also features Animals, Family, Fun, and more.
If crafting is your passion, you are sure to find a fun project on Carft Bits. Lots to explore, with photos to enjoy.
For home projects is your interest, check out this colorful project-filled site. Decorator Diane shares every step of her proves with color photos. Her finished products are impressive and your will be, too.
If you are a creativity lurker, check out these inspiring workspaces that just might have you organizing your own special corner.
Do you have a favorite blog or web site that inspires you? Let me know so we can spread the word!