Creativity often involves trying new things. Taking risks. Even possibly looking like a fool.
Well, here I go! My first video!
I share ways of getting unstuck when you don't know what to do next in a painting, as well as how to fold a paper fortune teller (or "cootie catcher" for those of you who remember middle school).
Why the heck do I share how to fold a "cootie catcher" in a video about getting unstuck? Because I've created my own paper fortune teller, dubbed the Creativity Catcher, full of prompts to help you get unstuck! (Yup, all the same tricks I use when I get stuck!) So feel free to scroll down, then download and print your own Creativity Catcher, and fold right along with me!
And here's the link to the Creativity Catcher - it'll take you to Google docs, and you should be able to click the arrow in the upper left-hand corner to download after you follow the link. If you have problems, just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll be happy to send you the .pdf!
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Posted by Bridget Benton at 6:28 PM