Who is ready to get creative? March is an exciting month with the start of Spring, Day Light Savings Time, and St Patrick’s Day! Grab your favorite drawing utensil and an art pad! Let’s get started! If you are searching for inspiration for your creative designs, check out the following drawing prompts for March.
The first week of February is almost over. Are you taking care of yourself? Self-care is essential to your overall health. If you are looking for inspiration, check out the following self-care ideas for February.
Write down goals or affirmations for your personal growth and self-care.
Stay hydrated. Drink lots of water or try herbal teas.
Light your favorite scented candles.
Curl up with your favorite fuzzy blanket and read.
Try yoga or another new exercise routine. (YouTube is a wonderful resource)
Get a massage.
Write in a journal.
Make crafts or host a craft night with your friends.
Meditate or pray.
Make a new playlist.
Reconnect with old friends.
Order take-out from your favorite restaurant.
Happy Valentine’s Day! Celebrate!
Organize your living space.
Take a warm bubble bath.
Plan for next month and the rest of 2023. Write goals.
Unplug from your devices for an hour, afternoon, or day.
Listen to a new podcast.
Go on a winter nature walk.
Binge-watch your favorite television series.
Take yourself out on a date.
Do a Random Act of Kindness.
Draw, color, or pain.
Attend a workshop, conference, or seminar.
Print your photos off your phone and make a scrapbook,
Practice saying no to activities that you do not want to do.
February is here! Are you ready to get creative? Drawing is a great artistic outlet! Use your imagination to create unique drawings. If you are searching for inspiration, check out the following drawing prompts for February.
Are you ready to get creative in January? Drawing is a wonderful artistic outlet. The easy-to-start hobby only requires a pencil, paper, and imagination. If you are searching for inspiration, check out the following drawing prompts for January.
The winter season ushers in cold, snowy days. Try getting creative if you are looking for a way to pass the time on bad weather days. Drawing is a beautiful artistic outlet. If you are searching for inspiration, check out the following drawing prompts for the winter season.
The Christmas season is going strong. Are you ready to share your business or social media posts? Adding hashtags is a great way to draw attention to your posts for maximum viewing. If you are searching for inspiration, check out the following hashtags for Christmas.
Are you ready for the Thanksgiving weekend? The upcoming holiday includes large family gatherings, traveling, and community events. Or you could be opting to stay close to home. Whether you are gathering with family or friends, check out the following last-minute Thanksgiving ideas to make your holiday more memorable.
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Thanksgiving is only a couple days away. Consider simple last-minute decorating to make your home more festive.
Paper Placemats: Creating paper placements is a fun activity for little ones. Use large pieces of construction paper to draw, paint, or color Thanksgiving designs. If you want to save your creation as a keepsake, laminate the final product. (Don’t have a laminator? You can still save your project with clear contact paper).
Place Cards: Fold notecards in half and decorate. Add a name, stickers, or other designs to your place cards. Creating place cards is another fun activity for children. Younger children may need help with writing out the names.
Thanksgiving Banner: Create a Thanksgiving banner out of construction paper or use a poster board. Write out Happy Thanksgiving. Asking all your guests to sign your banner is a great way to create a lasting keepsake.
Thanksgiving Centerpiece: Create a cornucopia or other type of Thanksgiving centerpiece for your table. A wicker basket with fall-themed flowers, gourds, or other nature items is a perfect budget-friendly centerpiece.
Flowers: Fill your favorite vases with fresh flowers. Or make small decorations with fake flowers. Bright yellow and orange flowers add a touch of color to your table setting.
Additional Table Embellishments: Gourds, miniature pumpkins, turkey figurines, and other small items create the perfect Thanksgiving table decorations.
Tree of Thanks: Use a small branch or paint a tree on a piece of poster board. Cut out leaf shapes from different colors of construction paper. On each leaf, write down a reason why you are grateful. Give a pre-cut leaf to each of your guests. Soon, your tree of thanks will be full of colorful leaves.
Even the simplest decorations enhance your Thanksgiving atmosphere. Have fun with the creation process. If you do not have supplies on hand, check out your local dollar store for materials at a low cost.
Drawing Prompts for November 2022 #drawing #drawingprompts
November is here! Only two months left in 2022! Are you ready to spend time letting your artistic creativity flow? If you are searching for inspiration, check out the following drawing prompts for November.
Do you love the spooky season? Are you looking to have more Halloween fun this October? Create a Halloween-themed bucket list with your family or friends. If you need inspiration, check out the following ideas for your 2022 Halloween bucket list.
Decorate for Halloween
Make and send out Halloween cards.
Visit your local pumpkin patch.
Bake pumpkin seeds.
Try a new pumpkin recipe.
Give out Boo gifts.
Create a spooky playlist.
Host or attend a Halloween party.
Make your own Halloween costume.
Try bobbing for apples.
Read a thriller or horror novel.
Go on a haunted hayride.
Create and hang a spooky wreath.
Hand out candy on Halloween night.
Participate in Trunk-or-Treat
Make Halloween slime.
Make Halloween play dough.
Purchase a Halloween mug for hot cocoa or mulled cider.
Join or watch a zombie walk.
Visit a haunted fun house.
Attend a murder mystery dinner.
Bake pumpkin bread.
Hike a haunted trail.
Navigate through a Halloween-themed corn maze.
Create a Halloween tree.
Go on a haunted tour.
Look at local decorations.
Eat a Halloween-themed meal by candlelight.
Binge-watch the entire series of The Adams Family or the Munsters (or both)
Host a bonfire and tell scary ghost stories.
Create a Halloween-themed gingerbread house.
Take an evening walk with flashlights. (Many local or state parks host events around Halloween)
Watch: “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.”
Create a Halloween village.
Paint a pumpkin.
Wear Halloween colors: orange and black.
Host a movie night with Halloween-themed snacks.
Make Halloween masks.
Visit an escape room.
Do a Halloween-themed photoshoot.
Host a Halloween crafting session.
Make Soul Cakes.
Write your own Halloween story.
Go look at local Halloween decorations.
Attend a Boo at the Zoo event.
Host a Halloween scavenger hunt.
Watch: “Hocus Pocus” 1 & 2
Host a Halloween crafting session.
Host a Witches’ Tea
Attend a Pumpkin weigh-off competition.
Dance to “Monster Mash” & “Thriller”
Get your face painted at a local event.
Wear Halloween pajamas.
Eat candy corn.
Make pumpkin pancakes.
Bake Halloween cookies.
Participate in a Halloween fun walk or Run 5K
Make paper Mache pumpkins.
Tie-dye a t-shirt orange and black.
Go to a Halloween parade.
Make popcorn balls.
Make a costume for your pet.
Paint Halloween-themed rocks to hide around the neighborhood.