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100 Ideas

100 Ideas

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by Keri Smith
by Keri Smith

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Cut 
along
thedotted
lines.Pick
squaresrandomly.
100
ideasby 
keri
smith
for
use
 with
a
journal www.kerismith.com
©
2005
1
.
Go
for
a
 walk.Draw 
or
list 
things you
find
on
the
thesidewalk.
2.
 Write
a
letterto
 yourself
in
thefuture.
3.
Buy 
somethinginexpensive
as
asymbol
for
 yourneed
to
create,(new 
pen,
a
teacup,
journal).
Useit 
everyday.
4.
Draw 
 yourdinner.
5.
Find
a
piece
ofpoetry 
 yourespond
to.
Rewriteit 
and
glue
it 
into your
journal.6.
Glue
anenvelope
into
 yourjournal.
For
one week
collect 
items you
find
on
thestreet.7.
Expose
 yourselfto
a
new 
artist,(go
to
a
gallery,
orin
a
book.)describe
 what moves
 you
about it.8.
Find
a
photo
ofa
person
 you
donot 
know.
 Write
abrief
bio
about them.
9.
Spend
a
day drawing
only 
redthings.10.
Draw 
 yourbike.11.
Make
a
list of
everything you
buy 
in
thenext 
 week.12.
Make
a
mapof
everywhere you
 went 
in
oneday.
13.
Draw 
a
mapof
the
creases
on your
hand,(knuckles,
palm).
14.
Trace
 yourfootsteps
 withchalk.15.
Record
anoverheardconversation.16.
Trace
thepath
of
the
moonin
relation
to where
 you
live.17.
Go
to
apaint 
store.Collect 
'chips'
ofall
 your
favoritecolors.18.
Draw 
 yourfavorite
tree.19.
Take
15minutes
to
eat an
orange.20.
 Write
ahaiku.21.
Hang
upsidedown
for
fiveminutes.22.
Hang
foundobjects
from
treebranches.23.
Makedirections
for
apuppet.24.
Create
acollage
fromthings
 you
findin
nature.25.
Read
a
bookin
one
day.26.
Illustrate your
grocery 
list.27.
Read
a
story out 
loud
to
afriend.28.
 Write
a
letterto
someone
 youadmire.29.
Study 
theface
of
someone you
do
not 
like.30.
Play 
 with your
food.31.
Create
amuseum
of
 very small
things.32.
List 
thesmells
in
 yourneighborhood.33.
List 
100
usesfor
a
tin
can.34.
Fill
an
entirepage
in
 yourjounral
 withsmall
circles.Color
them
in.35.
Give
away something
 youlove.36.
Choose
anobject,
draw 
theside
 you
can't see.37.
List 
all
of
theplaces
 you'veever
lived.38.
Describe your
favouriteroom
in
detail.39.
 Write
about  your
relationship with
 your washingmachine.40.
Draw 
all
ofthe
things
in your
purse/bag.41.
Make
a
minibook
based
onthe
theme,
"my grocery 
list".42.
Create
acharacter
basedon
someone
 youknow.
 Write
alist 
of
personality traits.43.
Recall
 yourfavoritechildhood
game.
44.
Put 
postcards you
respond
to
onthe
inside
of
 yourkitchen
cupboarddoors,
so
 you
cansee
themeveryday 
.
45.
Draw 
thesame
object every 
day 
for
a week.
46.
 Write
in
 yourjournal
using
adifferent 
medium(brush
&
ink,charcoal,
oldtypewriter,crayons,
markers.
47.
Draw 
theindividual
itemsof
 your
favoriteoutfit.48.
Make
auseful
item
usingonly 
paper
&tape.

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