It’s A Fashion Thing: How Clothes Can Fit Into Your Story

Without opening your closet door, you may have the palette of your wardrobe memorized. Lots of white and black for a classic office career? A range of green and yellow for a fresh feel? Anything from the spectrum because you are just that colorful? How can a wardrobe relate to writing? When we wake up… Continue reading It’s A Fashion Thing: How Clothes Can Fit Into Your Story

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How I Turned Magazines Into An Art Project

It is easy for magazines to pile around the house, unread and unused. I collected some magazines around the house as well as ones I picked up at my local libraries. If you ever need to get your hands on some free magazines, libraries can be a nice place to turn to. I sorted through… Continue reading How I Turned Magazines Into An Art Project

Creative Writing Prompts Inspired By Zayn’s Discography

I was never a part of the One Direction craze, but when the group disbanded and Zayn pursued his own solo projects, I was interested. My favorite album of his is Icarus Falls. Why? The sound, vibes, and mature lyrics was 100% himself. He spoke from the heart and just might have placed himself in… Continue reading Creative Writing Prompts Inspired By Zayn’s Discography

Creative Writing Prompts Inspired By Khalid’s Discography

Grammy I have my favorite singers who I can rely on to make my day better and brighter when I need it most. For me, Khalid has become one of those musicians. My constant repeating of his album American Teen and Free Spirit inspired this blog post. I took several of his hits and turned… Continue reading Creative Writing Prompts Inspired By Khalid’s Discography

Blackout Poetry

One of the creative writing prompts I remember completing in ninth grade was blackout poetry. You take a page from a book and use the words on the page to help form a poem. All the words not used are colored over by a marker. Any of the words can be used in any way.… Continue reading Blackout Poetry

Paint Sample Poetry

Interior designers may make you believe that paint samples only hold a purpose of deciding what color to paint your home. Don’t be fooled and steered in a false direction. Paint samples can come in handy for other projects. For artists, they can be used in a collage or mosaic. For writers, the color and… Continue reading Paint Sample Poetry

Summer Color Schemes & Mood Boards

Summer is packed to the sweltering seams of vibrance and energy. The sun blazes fully and the color that surrounds never ceases to exist. The sunsets stretch further and the ocean waves glow in a special turquoise. Light just seems to shimmer anywhere and everywhere. In celebration, I created color schemes and mood boards to… Continue reading Summer Color Schemes & Mood Boards

What It Is Like To Live With Synesthesia

I have synesthesia. This condition is not a disease, but rather a phenomenon in which gives me another sense to interact with the world around me. I have always been in tune with my surroundings, feelings, and emotions. With synesthesia, this stimulation causes my relationship with colors, words, numbers, and more to strengthen. There are… Continue reading What It Is Like To Live With Synesthesia

The 8 Biggest Misconceptions About Art

When moseying through an art museum, strutting past architectural walls, across marble floors, and through carefully lit rooms and halls, which art style do you find yourself engaged with most? Which artist tends to intrigue you easily? The type of art you admire and the artists you are most knowledgable about, can relate to the… Continue reading The 8 Biggest Misconceptions About Art

A List Of Things To Embroider

A couple Decembers ago, I received my first embroidery kit. I stitched for many hours on end until the piece finally became finished. I framed it and placed it in my bedroom. Then, I was excited to venture off in another embroidery direction by completing a free hand piece. This one also took a while… Continue reading A List Of Things To Embroider