Theme Thursday #7: 6/25/09

Ready for Theme Thursday? Three creative links (or any topic you are interested in) posted on your website. Leave a link in the comments or in the creativity incubator (more information in the right sidebar.)

Circus Stilts, Pitt Pen on paper, (c) Quinn McDonald

Circus Stilts, Pitt Pen on paper, (c) Quinn McDonald

Deborah from Silverwoman Studio does wonderful plant drawings. I love the composition on these pages–particularly the chicken. Sandy at My Fiddlestix has another great touch with placing images on the page.

Starshyne has a Wishcasting Wednesday. People wish for things and other people help them wish. It’s calming and interesting.

Type words in a box, the avatar reads it to you. Cool and very slightly creepy.

For your next project: amazing washi papers.

Want to know the moon phase? It’s 9 percent waxing crescent. How did I know? I check it out on the moonphase page.

Make your own Jack the Dripper design: click on the page, and when the page is blank click again. The faster you drag your mouse, the thinner the line. Click to change colors.

And finally, a quote from Rabindanath Tagore that struck me with a flash of light: “I slept and dreamt that life was joy. I awoke and saw that life was service. I acted and behold, service was joy.”

Enjoy!

Prior Theme Thursdays

Creative Play 6/18/09 *** Creative Play 6/11/09 *** Creative Play 6/4/09 ***

CreativePlay 5/21/09 *** Creative Play 5/14/09, *** Creative Play 5/7/09

—Quinn McDonald is a life- and certified creativity coach. She teaches people how to write and give presentations. She also  manages four journals that travel the world.

2 thoughts on “Theme Thursday #7: 6/25/09

  1. Great picks. Did you know with the speaking avatar, if you change the punctuation you get a differenttly infected sentence. A question sounds like question, etc. I fyou space it, she pauses more.

    ANd that Jackson Polluck art board–keep me away! I havw a lot todo today!

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