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Staying creative during isolation.

Staying creative during isolation.

It is more important than ever to keep your creative brain running during this difficult time. Here are some ideas to stay creative from home.

Want to paint?

Try acrylic rock painting. You may have collected some some interesting rocks in your garden and we have all the supplies you need to paint them with. Add a little special something to your garden. Here's what you'll need:

Acrylic paint

- Some budget brushes

- A protective finish coat

Try acrylic paint pouring with Liquid Glass. Acrylic pouring is an incredibly satisfying way to create some incredible paintings. There are so many methods of acrylic pouring and hundreds of resources online. We have designed an incredible pouring kit for you to get started.

Want to draw?

You are probably already very familiar with adult colouring books, but it is a fantastic way to pass the time while staying creative. We have a great selection of books from Pepin press that you will love. They are also compatible with watercolour paints.

Not sure what to paint or draw? Check out this Art Prompt Generator for some inspiration, or exchange some prompts with a friend.

Stay creative with your community

Spread some cheer by creating some incredible window paintings. This is a great project to do with your kids as well. Join the YGK Window Gallery group on Facebook for some ideas and inspiration. A special thanks to Leanne Cater for setting this up. What you will need:

Some budget brushes

- Washable paints

Follow the Tett Centre's  at home art & photography challenge. The Tett Center is challenging you to explore and uncover the beauty within your own home. They will be posting new prompts every Monday and Thursday.

Share your creations with us by tagging @artnoise_store, we always love to see what you are creating!

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