Get your creative juices flowing while we’re still home with these ideas!
Follow a Bob Ross tutorial
Who doesn’t love Bob Ross? Pull up one of your favorite episodes of The Joy of Painting, grab some art supplies or order them from an art supply store, and try your hand at some happy little trees and glowing sunsets. If you want to get your family involved, make it a group painting session!
Try string pulling
Fun and easy to do for the whole family, all you need are strings, paint, and a canvas! Coat strings in paint of your choice and pull to create these beautiful designs.
Create an acrylic pour painting
Acrylic pouring can result is some incredible pieces. If you want to be ambitious, order yourself a big canvas and plenty of paint to create a new piece for your home.
Organize your favorite photos
Many of us love looking back at photos of our family and remembering our childhoods through captured moments. Why not use this time to put together a scrapbook of your favorite memories, or organize photo albums?
Use prompts to help you write
If you’re having a difficult time thinking of what to write these days, look up some prompts and write brief pieces daily to get those ideas flowing. You just might stumble upon a great story idea. Plenty of sites offer prompt ideas, like ThinkWritten and Writer’s Digest.
Learn something new, like graphic design
Always wanted to learn graphic design? Interested in expanding your craft? Check out online courses to help you out! Sites like Skill Share and Canva offer classes to help you learn how to do anything arts-related.