Weekly Creative Journal

Weekly Creative Journal
Weekly Creative Journal
Weekly Creative Journal
Weekly Creative Journal
Weekly Creative Journal
Weekly Creative Journal
Weekly Creative Journal
Weekly Creative Journal
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52 creative activities to kick-start your imagination








Weekly Creativity Journal

This handy Journal will help Support your sketching journey

for a year, providing you with a series of 52 weekly prompts

to guide you through the creative process.


As a Designer and Ex-teacher in Art, Design and Textiles, ever year marked

the start of a new intake of Students. Every year for the twenty years I

taught University, College and Secondary school students, the first project I

would set my students would be to develop a sketching journal. It was one

project I never tired of, no matter how many student came into my classroom.

Why? Because a sketching journal can be the catalyst to commencing the most

creative journey and bring out the most amazing ideas from anyone, making

them think in a manner they may not usually expect or even want to think in,

but potentially create the one single piece, through accident that shaped the

creative individual they were to become. This realisation to a student was one

of the most exciting experiences to witness as a creative teacher! This project

could turn many a students from ‘ I really don’t like being creative’ or “I can’t

draw’ to ‘I love being creative’ or ‘I love drawing’. It really is the essence of

how to develop your creative thinking and was the reason I loved walking into

a classroom day after day. This love, passion and appreciation of this

realisation can be in all of us is exactly why this book was created!

How to use this Journal

Each week has an introductory prompt; Follow the prompts to support your

journey into thinking creatively.

• 52 prompts to get your creative juices moving and help you ‘think

outside the box’.

• A facing page to develop your ideas more thoroughly

Suitable Resources

You do not have to spend a lot of money to be creative. If you have special

media, great, but if you have not, Start with what you have, or pop to your

local supermarket or discount store and get some of the cheaper paints and

media options on offer – many have watercolours boxes or tubes, pastels,

markers, acrylics, tins of mixed grade pencils for very little cost.

Other things that are invaluable to you experimenting with art are again free

or very low cost. Consider collecting a couple of newspapers, old stamps,

envelopes, cello-tape, masking tape, gum tape, brown craft wrapping paper,

magazine cuttings, cardboard, old textiles scraps, thread, wool etc.


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