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Friday
Oct262012

Creative Things to Do in 15 Minutes: List It Tuesday {Thursday Edition}

 

For Artsyville's List it Tuesday, I doodle-lettered a list of creative stuff you could do in 15 minutes. This list resides in the 5x8" moleskine that I use for to-do lists. I drew this on the flight to New York, and it was fun to have a "goal" for the page.

The list includes:

Read 5 pages of a crafty tutorial book.

Collect flower petals.

Write a list of your favorite 80s music.

Draw the person across from you.

Fold fabric.

Document all of your neocolor crayons.

Draw a cartoon.

Sharpen your pencils.

Summarize your day in one sentence.

Love lists? Join Hanna and I on our list-making extravaganzawhere we swap hand-stitched journals and fill them with lists!

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Reader Comments (3)

So fun! It's good to remember that art can happen any time, not just when I have an hour to sit down.

10.26.2012 | Unregistered CommenterStargirl

I knew you'd come up with an awesome list! Petals, folding fabric, sharpening pencils, and day summary are my favorites!

P.S. Hey wait! When were you in New York??

10.26.2012 | Unregistered Commenteraimee

Aimee, I was technically in the NY zip code(s) while awaiting our flight at JFK. We had a 4 hour layover with a bonus 5 hour delay to equal a whopping good time in NYC. But it was in 15 minute intervals, parsed out ever so ridiculously.

10.27.2012 | Registered Commentergypsy

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