Creativity is awesome blog post by iHanna

There is many many fun things to explore in the world, creatively talking, and I have already experimented a lot as is evident here on my sweet blog. Still, there is a lot of things left that I haven’t even touched yet but long to try. Sylvia Plath was right, I am horrible limited! My lists runneth over with creative wild juicy ideas and want to get started with projects! Anyway. Here are a few of them, in a short but sweet list;

I want to…

1. Make bunting flags from fabricList it Tuesday (done)
2. Create my own font
3. Create a special hanger for my necklaces
4. Make my own paste paper

5. Write a letter to myself in my diary
6. Name my inner critic and send her of for a long holiday in the Bahamas (done!)
7. Create a useful and interesting e-book
8. Weave a mat on a big loom
9. Make an index of all my full diaries, and count them (done)

10. Experiment with dye on embroidery floss and fabric (done)
11. Create my own online class
12. Make clay beads
13. Sew a whole bunch of checkered and striped softies
14. Try a needle felting machine /embellisher
15. Take an embroidery class (done)

16. Take a mixed media live class (oh to go to Journal Fest before I die!)
17. Bake blue cookies
18. Create my own handmade daily calendar for 2011 – done
19. Try some Chinese paper cutting (done)
20. Have another “create art everyday” project! (done)

What is on your list? How do one tackle such diverse and huge tasks when just writing the list feels a bit overwhelming (and these are just some ideas of the many many I have in my head all the time…)? Or with Plath’s words:

I can never read all the books I want; I can never be all the people I want and live all the lives I want. I can never train myself in all the skills I want. And why do I want? I want to live and feel all the shades, tones and variations of mental and physical experience possible in life. And I am horribly limited.
Sylvia Plath

PS: Do you like to make lists too? Join the List it Tuesday project that Aimee has started on her blog wonderful Artsyville. She invites everyone who, like me, loves to make lists. :-)