Hey Creative Friend,
I’ve been working on some art kits for you. These are art projects meant to get your creative juices flowing. I call them creative juice boxes. There’s enough juice in each box to get you excited about creating something fun and interesting.
So, what will these creative juice boxes look like?
Here are the details.
One Design = 3 Art Projects
Each art kit (aka Creative Juice Box) will have one design that can be used to create at least three different projects; and as many as you can imagine.
- A coloring page
- A fabric collage
- A paper collage
In this post, I’ll show you photos of how one design, based on my original artwork, is used to create a fabric collage. In later posts, I’ll show you how the same design is used to create a coloring page and a paper collage.
A Creative Juice Box is a printable art kit that gets your creative juices flowing fast. No need to wait. Just Print and Create. Your creativity is really the limit to what you can do with these creative juice boxes.
There’s Something for Everyone
Whether you’re a creative person, or you’ve never considered yourself creative, this art kit is going to give you fresh ideas, inspire you, and get your creative juices flowing.
I’ve designed it to give you a quick win, which is exactly what your brain needs to get motivated. So that you can move on to do your best creative work.
The strength of the Creative Juice Box lies in the “Template and Guide” method that I’ve developed. This method meets you exactly where you are. Whether you’re an advanced or beginner maker, a child or an adult, you can use this method with confidence to create art that you’ll be proud of.
For the person who loves improvisation and freestyle, you can use the templates provided and just take it away into creative bliss. For the one who loves to create the sample exactly as shown, you get a placement guide to help you place every piece exactly where it belongs. Whatever your level of comfort, there’s something for you.
Moreover, you don’t need any advanced skills to create art with these kits. All you need are cutting, gluing, and tracing skills. Yes, it’s that simple. No sewing required. You can sew if you prefer but it’s not required.
Additionally, there’s room for you to make as many modifications as you want. In the photos, you can see that I created one sample with a head wrap while the other one without a head wrap but with a bow. I also added earrings which are not in the original instructions. As I said, your creativity is the limit to how far you can take these art kits. I’ve designed them to be as versatile as possible so that they can get your creative juices going.
You can use these kits to make very simple projects or detailed and complex projects. One of the things I’m really excited about is seeing how far you will take these creative juice boxes and what you’ll create with them. I can’t wait to see what you’ll create with them.
Art Kit Giveaway
In order to celebrate the launching of these Creative Juice boxes, I’m going to do a giveaway to those on my mailing list. I’ll give away five of these printable bundles of creative fun to five people on my list. All you have to do is hit reply on this weeks newsletter and send me an email telling me that you’ll like one of the kits. That’s it. I’ll randomly choose five people to receive the first art kit that is going to be available soon.
I’m working on getting the first design available in my online store by next week or so. Then, I’ll gradually add more designs in the following weeks and months.
I’m creating this for you. For years, you’ve asked me to create something like this where I walk you through my creative process. So, I want to make sure I give you exactly what you want. So here’s where you come in. Share your feedback with me. Let me know in the comments, what you’re excited about and what other features/things you’ll like to see. Ask questions. No question is too small or too big.
Your friends will be interested in this creative juice box (art kit). Please share it with them. I can see it being useful in different situations. For example,
- traditional quilters who want to try art quilting,
- parents/guardians using them for home schooling their kids,
- anyone who wants to dip their toes into a creative activity,
- an artist or maker who’s used to working in other genres and wants to try portraiture or a different medium,
- and so many more scenarios.
So, please help me spread the word.
I appreciate your support.