It’s time for another weekly creative prompt word. These weekly words, or prompts, are to give me, and anyone else who wants to join in, some focus to our creative work.
Last week the UK was in the grip of weather hailing from Siberia. Snow and low temperatures caused, as usual, travel disruption and the need for thicker jumpers. And not just the UK, parts of the US and Europe were also caught in winter weather. The canals in the Netherlands froze, allowing residents to take a stroll not by, but on the canal. Therefore…
This week’s creative prompt word is:
Cold — of or at a low or relatively low temperature, especially when compared with the human body:
cold can also relate to feelings, following a lead and an infection, among other things
Let the prompt inspire you in any area of creativity that you are interested:
- writing fiction
- art journaling
- blog posts
- art therapy
- anything that could use a little nudge to begin
I now have ‘cold’ written on the board above my computer. I am confident it will inspire me on my creative journey this week. Fortunately, the cold snap has moved on from the South West of England, but the memory of feeling chilled is stored in my bones. And memory plays an important role in my creativity.
As mentioned before, this isn’t a ‘challenge’ but the prompts can be used that way if you want. If you do create anything using them, I would love to see or hear about it. Leave a link in the comments below or tag me @darrenrhill or #thecreativeminimalist on any social platform.
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