Wreck This Journal: To Create is to Destroy, Now With Even More Ways to Wreck!
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Design a visual representation of a moment of enlightenment—the moment something became clear to you. Paint overlapping circles of different sizes, write a different aspect of your life in each and how they intersect.
Create a collage from cutouts and glue it inside your journal. Right on top, write why they’re important to you. Daringly experimental journal prompts encourage adventurous exploration of your thoughts and feelings, pushing you out of your comfort zone and into innovative creative spaces. Here are 20 experimental writing stimuli to break boundaries and inspire original ideas in your journal:This week, I gave the “journal” to my niece who turned 13 years old. I knew she would either react with rapture or complete apathy. Fortunately for my aspirations to be a cool aunt, she loved it. Create a crayon resist artwork using white crayon for a secret message. Enjoy revealing it with colorful watercolors.
Write about something you often take for granted. Then, brainstorm five ways to make it irrelevant or obsolete.Be the first in the know and get exclusive updates onlatest crafts, ideas, trendsand best of all freebies! As for my book.. it is missing... most likely thrown out by the husband as it was really smelling bad. I'm not sure if it was the garlic oil, tomato sauce, candle wax, dirt or shower that did it in. If by chance I can find it, I will finish it as it wasn't that far off.