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How to Unleash Your Creativity and Find Inspiration Today


New Skills Academy

From flexing your creativity to taking on the technical, all great projects begin with inspiration. Use these classes to get your gears turning.

Choose Must: 10 Exercises to Pursue Your Passion

https://www.skillshare.com/embed/video?sessionId=1493753&width=480&height=270&authToken=88376198e4a513e54cd32fce435d76c1c83359e5c269a01e2ac52e084ab140fb

Must is your calling. It’s what you feel deeply convicted to do. In order to follow your Must, you have to show up and take a few steps to get there — and that’s what this class is all about.

https://www.skillshare.com/embed/video?sessionId=2417956&width=480&height=270&authToken=8d906e122eba644d05f99c59d3d1d2eb6d3670f54eb6bc0c07aac7df1ebae6f8

Internationally acclaimed author Emily Gould walks you through a 10-day creative writing challenge! Filled with inspiring examples, observation prompts, and clever revision tricks, it’s perfect for writers and enthusiasts eager to rekindle creativity in a personal and artful way.

https://www.skillshare.com/embed/video?sessionId=1178130&width=480&height=270&authToken=8c31a39cc56a9accc2133fc03790f1ce7af54ddf0ce84b5de94386f1a11a73e9

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DIY Wood Burned Mandalas


walnuthollowcrafts

Hello everyone, It’s Katie here and I have a fun DIY to share with you inspired by Mandalas, Wood Burning and Pointillism! I combined those 3 different art forms onto a Basswood round to create a unique piece of art! Here’s how:

Supplies:

Step one: Design your mandalas! Mandalas usually have repeating elements, and I’ve found that the easiest way to draw them is to use a piece of polargraph paper. I did a quick google for printable polargraphs and easily found some to print out.

Step two: Place a piece of transfer paper on top of your Basswood Round, place the mandala design on top, and then trace over top of your lines again with a pencil to transfer the design onto the wood.

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