Whether you are pulling out needles, yarn, paintbrushes, or beads, remember to make it ugly first.
That's right. Make it ugly.
If you allow yourself the freedom of making a disaster then you give yourself the gift of letting go and freeing the creative juices wanting (waiting) to burst forth.
Michelangelo did not create a masterpiece on his first try at stone. And neither will you.
So make the decision to make something or put up the supplies and make nothing.
If you spend all the time daydreaming about what you will create then you leave no room for actually creating your dreams. And that is the beautiful part about getting creative;
♥You actually create something.
♥And learn what works and what doesn't.
Grab that blank paper and write. Paint on that canvas sitting there for months (I have this problem). Cut out that pattern already.
And come back and tell us what you made.
QUESTION: What is something you have hesitated making because of the learning curve involved?
And don't forget to share at least 1-2 sentences of how you make difference for a chance to win! Someone said they don't like to toot their own horn but celebrating our journey is more like it! Enter HERE.