This month is International Creativity Month. When we think of creativity, famous paintings or great novels might spring to mind. But there are lots of ways to be creative and with current restrictions in mind, we have put some ideas together for you:
Make a paper craft
For those who are new to crafts, a Paper Comic Diary could be a good place to start. It can help you visualise your week and can even help you set future goals as you reflect on your month week by week.
The British Museum added some great easy origami resources recently if you fancy creating some sea animals.
Bake (or no-bake) delicious food
We also created a No Bake Chocolate Slice recipe which you can find here.
Why not try a brand new recipe? BBC Good Food offers all sorts of mouth-watering meal ideas, including every day, seasonal and baking recipes.
Write a story
We all have a story to tell – even when you think you don’t!
If you have never tried writing a story before, this website has lots of great creative writing prompts to get you started. Whether you want to try flash fiction, short stories or even a novel, we all have to start somewhere.
Try a New Hairstyle or Makeover
All you need is a mirror, a hairbrush, make up set for this one!
Learn to Draw Disney Characters
From Roger Rabbit to Elsa from Frozen, this Disney Youtube channel teaches you how to draw much loved Disney characters.
There is a huge range to choose from, so you should find one that suits you!
Take an online course
Websites like Future Learn and Open University have lots of free online courses available.
You could start writing fiction, try forensic psychology or even brush up on your knowledge of our national bard in time for Burns Night!We hope you have found these suggestions useful! Don’t forget to follow us on Instagram @glasgowheadway and Facebook. Tag us in anything you create!