Help your brain think in different ways with some creativity exercises.
Everyone has their own form of creativity. Even if you don’t think you are a creative person, it’s in there! You might have to draw it out, but there are some things you can do to let your imagination loose.
Amy Latta shares five exercises to try to get your creative brain working. She also shares five projects to go along with them. She believes everyone has creativity in them, and her new book helps you harness it.
Find more crafts from Amy at www.amylattacreations.com, or on Instagram @amylattacreations. Pre-order her book wherever books are sold!
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