Winter Inspired Creative Prompts

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Winter is a time to get introspective, cosy and to spend time on creativity and self care… Here are some simple creative prompts to encourage you to write, draw, make, paint or create anything… go through the list, one a day for a few weeks, or pick a number at random and work on one prompt.

Don’t know where to start? Look for songs or poems with the prompt in the title to deepen your inspiration.  Try free writing, simple sketching, making 5 photographs or writing haikus (read about Haikus here). Have fun with the prompts, and feel free to share anything you create in the comments or on our Facebook group.


 

 You might also like to join our free or pay-what-you-can Winter Solstice course, Winter Solstice Slow Down – You can sign up here.

 Winter Solstice Slow Down is an online creative short course that for 3 days over the Winter Solstice or Yule, with simple creative prompts, mindfulness, recipes, nature connections, art inspiration, poetry and lots more… I would love for you to join me.  

  1. Cosy 
  2. Snow 
  3. Crackle 
  4. Yuletide 
  5. Chestnuts 
  6. Decorations 
  7. Traditions 
  8. Candles 
  9. Cranberries 
  10. Blankets 
  11. Frost 
  12. Rest 
  13. Gift
  14. Recipe 
  15. Presents V Presence 
  16. Board Games 
  17. Cinnamon 
  18. Mistletoe 
  19. Party 
  20. Cold 
  21. Mittens 
  22. Knitting 
  23. Crackers 
  24. Wreath 
  25. Cocoa 
  26. Fireside 
  27. Sequins 
  28. Holly 
  29. Gingerbread
  30.  Peppermint 

Happy creating! 

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Katherine is a mixed media artist, art teacher, writer, designer, photographer – and mum of 2 – who works and lives in North Devon, nestled in the woods on a little smallholding. She has a BA in Performance Studies, an MA in Fine Art, and an MFA in photography, alongside a background in early years childhood and special education. Katherine uses her artistic talents, passion for helping people, and unique creativity to create articles, courses and classes that promote creativity, artistic skills, self expression and well-being. She believes in the power of the creative arts and how engaging with them can improve so many aspects of life.
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