At first I took that to mean MAKE something every day,
But reading my favorite blogs and looking at gorgeous photos of homes, gardens, projects, etc., I notice creativity taking many forms.
Anita of Castles Crowns and Cottages creates smiles and evokes memories with the beauty of her words and images.
Lovely linens, delightful dishes and unique flatware are the tools of creativity for Sarah of Hyacinths For The Soul.
Vera of Row Homes and Cobblestones is a weaver of words.
Mary Alice of Chateau Chic combines simple pieces to create beautiful vignettes.
For Nicole of My Garden Diaries, the garden is her canvas and green is her dominant color.
Ricki of Art @ Home shows her creativity by piquing our interest in books and music.
The creative talents of Daphne of Ivy, Phyllis and Me is detrimental to my lumpy body because every recipe she shares is wonderful.
So today, although I began making Easter baskets for Sunday,
I focused on being CREATIVE rather than making anything.
I cut flowers in the garden
and rearranged tchotchkes on the garden ladder.
I gathered flowers on our morning walk to create a bouquet for the living room.
I tweaked the mantel display and
brought a little bit of Easter to a corner of the living room.
I ended the morning by designing an attractive table setting for whatever delicacies Steve will create for our eating pleasure tonight.
I began to write that I didn't make anything today, but actually, I used my creativity to "make our house a home".
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I am joining these wonderful creative parties
Domestically Speaking - Inspire Me Monday
Coastal Charm - Nifty Thrifty Tuesday
The Dedicated House - Make It Pretty Monday
Boogieboard Cottage - Masterpiece Monday
Dwellings of the Heart - Amaze Me Monday