If you have followed any of the prompts on this blog you will know that I have tried to make you think differently about creativity. Thinking outside the box exercises the brain in many ways, and is highly recommended. It’s something I encourage with my grandchildren too – and their visits are usually filled with colour in some form or another. I was delighted, therefore to discover a book which seems to have a similar aim.
I’ve dipped into my copy from time to time – not working through it from cover to cover, but just opening it and doing the page in front of me. I’m regarding each page as a work in progress, knowing that I’ll come back to some at a later date – and free to decide that others are already completed. Knowing when to stop is always a difficult skill to learn – but the ‘wait and see’ principle is a good one to follow.
My cover has changed since I bought it
and I’m sure that this is a work in progress more changes are imminent.
The content is varied – some ‘asking’ for colour and/or pattern
and others give the chance to be silly
It’s safe to say that a few pages will really stretch your creativity – while others can be easily filled, but that ‘outside the box’ opportunity is still there. I’m sharing this with you today because I’ve discovered that Amazon UK has an offer on the book at a ridiculously low price.
Guess where I’ll be doing my next ’15 minutes of creativity’!