Erica from Spoonful of Imagination here. Do you ever find yourself feeling stuck in the creative process because “finding the time to start AND finish” can be tricky!? Kids have no problem creating, and we can re-learn a lot from their playful spirits. Being young at heart is a lifestyle that we have to practice.
Thank you for finding my little part of this great, big world. It is my goal to encourage YOUR creative process. You can imagine the possibilities and create the life you want, while connecting to others. Let’s have some fun. Please browse these freebies. Try one, try them all! I hope they can jump start your own creative endeavors. If you love it, it would mean the world if you shared this page with others.
It will ask for your email to get the download. Please know, that I don’t ever do anything with those, other than send you my weekly letter on Tuesdays. It’s full of tips, inspiration and pictures to my creative lifestyle, so you’ll want that anyway. Now, let’s get creating!!
Imagine the possibilities,
The Best ‘All About Me’ Form:
Maybe you filled out a get to know you form in elementary school. Do you know what you listed as your dream job? Most ‘About Me’ forms I see these days ask kids what they want to be when they grow up.
What if they grow up and get that job, and they are miserable? There’s better, exploratory questions to ask.
That’s why I created a new kind of form that is all about encouraging kids to see this as a journey in learning about themselves and an exploration of things they care about.
Quick Checklist of Ideas:
This list is a quick imagination starter. Imagining the possibilities is part of the creative process. It’s a skill you learn and practice. These quick, little exercises open up a new loop in our brain and can set us up to have a more playful, imaginative day.
Free plan to throw the best art parties: I’ve been throwing professional Art Parties for over 15 years. Today, I want to give you my checklist and roadmap on how to do it! You can create a FUN day, and I can help prevent the stress.