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Each December, I try to look forward, and make a plan for the coming year. It helps me to put into words what I want to do next. Maybe it will help you too? I’m willing to bribe you to see if it will.
Leave a comment on this post, telling me, in one sentence, one creative goal you have for 2015.
One comment. One sentence. One goal. That’s all.
I have one last pack of about 30 collage sheets left. On January 1st, I’ll draw a name from all the valid comments left on this post. The winner will get a fat envelope filled with collage goodies, including those sheets.
OK. Put it in writing…
ETA: Seriously, people. ONE sentence. ONE goal. Nothing else.
My goal is to stick to the 2015 plan I wrote about here: http://www.lisavollrath.com/the-plan/
Hi Lisa, My goal for 2015 is to make such great progress in my new miniatures hobby that i will have to pinch myself to believe it!!!!
My goal is to draw each day my progress in recovering from breast cancer, so over the time i have documented it.
Hi Lisa, Happy 2015 to you! My goal/resolve will be to spend less time on YouTube and websites “researching”, and more time at the “art table” doing!
Lisa, I plan to work on a consistent basis [minimum 6 hours recorded in a week ] with new or old techniques; in addition to the monthly book page swap in ABC club.
My goal for 2015 is to create an artist’s journal in an altered book.
Make and give more handmade gifts (not just for birthdays and Christmas) but ‘just because’!!!
In 2015, I plan to create one new mixed media canvas a month.
I plan to start and complete a bimonthly art journal and an entire altered book.
My goal is to make at least one handmade item a month to give to someone for no particular reason.
For inspiration and motivation, try Michael DeMeng’s Art Abandonment group on Facebook.
I plan to learn new techniques for mixed media projects.
My goal is in taking the altered book class 2015, and learning and trying new things.
My goal is to write something daily in my newly created perpetual calendar journal.
My goal is to stretch myself creatively by no longer saying ‘I always wanted to do that’ and just do it.
For 2015, I have a two part goal: explore a different technique in my art journal or on canvas every month and to create a piece of art, of some shape and size, every day.
I bought a fancy dslr camera and my goal is to really learn how to use all its features!
This year I would love to do more crazy painting.
I plan to just create.
I will reread “Art &Fear” and put the advice into action.
To finish and display a new piece on the last day of each and every month in 2015.
My creative resolution is to make all my cards in 2015 using up as many embellishments from my stash as possible and include a small handmade gift in each card whether it be birthday, Valentine’s Day, or even a surprise friendship card.
I’m going to start my homemade Christmas gifts (altered journals and crocheting) earlier this year.
Because I just moved my goal is to arrange my art room into a coordinated space that is conducive to my creative process.
I plan to do more entries in my art journals in 2015.
I’m doing one of those projects where you make something every day (like A Skull A Day) only I’m doing a flower a day; either a 3D paper flower, or a rubber stamped flower, painting, doodle, etc.
Just to get back into doing art again
In 2015 when I go out walking for my physical health, I will also tend to my creative health each time by taking a snapshot of something that intrigues, delights, lifts my spirits.
Working in my art journal daily and posting to my blog at least once a week! Happy New Year!
For 2015, my main goal is to get out of my head more and put down all of that energy onto a canvas- preferably a large one!!
Happy New Year Lisa!
My 2015 plan is to learn and implement one new mixed (“any”) media technique a month.
My resolution in regards to my creativity is: “don’t think, just do!”
Use what I have and not buy everything!!!!
Try more new crafts! Step out of my box!
I will strive to make art everyday….be it a tag, act, card, or work on a larger piece.
Since I can no longer use work as an excuse, my goal is to do some creative effort each day.
My goal is to learn to draw and paint faces
My plan for the new year is to write a quotation in the special book I made two years ago in order to practice my calligraphy.
No criticizing my own art.
I resolve to organise my crafting supplies better so I can finish all my UFOs before New Year’s Day 2016.
Hi Lisa! My one goal for 2015 is to make 1 Christmas card every week to donate to a local nursing home in 2015. By the way hope you are feeling better real soon. Take care.
My goal for 2015 is to finish scrapbooking both my fathers military career and his brothers (my Uncle) military career during WWII.
Create paintings that reflect and inspire joy, gratitude and peace.
My goal is to keep pace with the 12 months of altered books classes!
My one goal is to try different techniques when making my Artists trading cards.
To clean studio, then sit and work and make at least 2 ATC’s a day.
This year, I want to challenge myself to use the materials/supplies I already have on hand for my art projects before going out and buying new materials/supplies.
My goal is to push through creative roadblocks without worrying about perfection – just go with it!
My goal is to keep current with the 2015 Year of Altered Books class 🙂
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