- Painting Large Pieces. (I have space. I can finally paint big!)
- Using wood and metal and various hardware to make sculptures along with paperclay and sculpey and felt other familiar materials.
- Painting my old found white dresser a vibrant teal. (I've already bought the paint.)
- Furnishing my empty garage with easels and tables and a couch and/or chairs to make it a comfortable space to create. (The landlord said he'd put in a new window on the west wall.)
- Perhaps starting a new 100 in 100 Days project (I'm scared of taking it on.)
- Getting back to reading tarot cards. (I don't talk about this much, because I haven't done it often since having kids, but I used to have clients in NYC and I enjoyed it.)
- Learning how to do resin jewelry.
- Learning how to encaustic painting.
- Finishing my little doll and turning her into a kind of hearth goddess. (I need to get some art supplies to finish her up.)
- Having a place to be creative and exploratory, and perhaps also, away from the computer so I don't get sucked into the interwebs.
These are just the projects that come to mind. They are exciting. I should really get on it, before I get stuck in a rut of not being creative. Start the juices flowing so that life can be juicy.
I think I need to remember my baby steps. Maybe I'll start painting in my journal, first, so that I can get the practice back without all the stress of feeling like I need to produce something fabulous.
What projects would you like to take on? What would it take for you to get excited about them?