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The 10 Best Creativity Prompts in 2009

January 1st, 2010 by Avital

In light of the coming new year, I backtracked a little bit and gathered the most popular posts on creativity Prompt in 2009.

Without further ado, here are the posts which attracted most of your attention and sparked a wonderful conversation – either on the blog or privately, via e-mails.

  1. Make a Hybrid Board Book.
  2. Chunky Mini-Album.
  3. Waterfall Mini-Album.
  4. Make A Notebook With A Simple Stapler.
  5. Make A Fabric Covered Hardbound Journal.
  6. Embellishing Paper Flowers.
  7. How To Use Those Paper Scraps.
  8. How To Make A Cute Box Of Drawers.
  9. How To Make a Drier Sheet Flower.
  10. How To Make THE QUICKEST Mini Album – EVER.

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Another favorite compilation post was the holiday handmade gift guide: 10 Handmade Gifts Under 10 Minutes.

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What Creativity Prompt did you like the best? What types of projects are pulling you to create?

What project have you tried yourself? Share a link!

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4 Comments to “The 10 Best Creativity Prompts in 2009”

  1. Hi Avital!
    HAPPY NEW YEAR!
    Is the “caretivity” for creativity intented?
    Love it in any case! There can’t be much creativity without CARE can there be now? and your posts sure are made with care ;-)

  2. Debbie says:

    Avital, love reading your creativity prompts and especially the tutorial videos. I love the emphasis on recylced paper and cardboard, and little books. Look forward to trying some – I’ll be sure to post some pictures for you!
    Debbie :-)

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