Category Archives: Needlework

Creative Juice #99

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Creative Juice #99

For your weekend inspiration:

#ALP: Best Friend

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#ALP: Best Friend

Who is your longest standing friend? What makes a good friend? What would you do for your friend?

  • Use this prompt any way you wish—for a poem, memoir, painting, short story, photograph, no limits. Enjoy!
  • If you’d like to share a blog post (G-rated, please, and sensitive to the feelings of others—anything slightly objectionable will be deleted), create a pingback or leave a link in the comments below.
  • Be sure to visit at least two other participants to see how they interpreted the prompt.
  • Tag your entry #ALP (for ARHtistic License Prompt) to help others find your work on social media.

Creative Juice #89

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Creative Juice #89

Just in time for weekend reading:

Creative Juice #82

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Creative Juice #82

Good stuff to read this weekend. Inspire yourself!

Creative Juice #74

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Creative Juice #74

Closing out the year with a dozen creative articles.

Creative Juice #73

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Creative Juice #73

Some inspiring examples, and some silly stuff.

  1. Merging wood and glass.
  2. Masterful quilts.
  3. An artist’s process.
  4. End of the year reading list. Hurry up.
  5. Lovely embroidery kits.
  6. So it may really be true that you know stuff in your gut.
  7. Berlin is on my bucket list. Is it on yours? Here are the best places to take fabulous photographs.
  8. I love this artist. Sketches from Portugal.
  9. Beautiful photographs of birds.
  10. Quirky graffiti artist goes to Bethlehem.
  11. Christmas photography project.
  12. And one last silly Christmas-themed photo collection.

Creative Juice #72

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Creative Juice #72

Fourteen servings of beauty and creativity:

  1. Animated photos.
  2. These houses are for the birds.
  3. Beautiful quilts by Diana McClun.
  4. Two-dimensional reclaimed wood portraits.
  5. An interesting glimpse at Da Vinci’s genius, and two more books I want to read.
  6. A sculptor talks about the Period Room at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
  7. Oliver Sacks said imitation and mastery of form precede creativity.
  8. Embroidery beyond the hoop.
  9. Nonfiction reading list.
  10. Illustrators celebrate Christmas.
  11. This Christmasy blog post is just so pretty I had to share it.
  12. A quick trip around the world in photographs.
  13. Some lovely menorahs.
  14. An artist’s (slightly twisted) process for writing a Christmas book.