Day 1 Make something that fits in the palm of your hand, using only materials from your immediate environment.
Day 2 Author Hans Christian Anderson was born on this day in 1805. Make something inspired by a children's fable or fairy tale.
Day 4 Take a 5 minute walk with no set destination. Make something with whatever materials you can find where you've ended up. Leave it for someone else to find but don't forget to document it first!
Day 6 Look in your kitchen or a grocery store for inspiration. Work with the first fruit or vegetable to catch your eye (canned or frozen counts!)
"Pillowtalk" by Zayn
Day 11 Make something inspired by the last song or piece of music you listened to.
Day 13 Transform something you thought was trash into something you want to keep.
Day 14 Create something inspired by an email, text or other message that you receive today.
Day 15 Work with your non-dominant hand. If you are usually right-handed use your left, if you are left-handed use your right. If you are ambidextrous use your nose ;)
Day 22 Make whatever you want, today, but do it in a public place - park, library, coffee shop - get someone to take a photo of you doing it!
Day 23 Make a disguise and take a picture of yourself wearing it. Bonus: Get someone to take a photo of you wearing it in public!
Day 24 Take something that you made with you wherever you go, today. Take pictures of it in different places or with different people throughout the day.
Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins, a former member of the group TLC, was born on this day in 1970. This watercolor painting for the song “Waterfall” by TLC. This bedazzled miniature flower pot for the song “Red Light Special” by TLC.
Day 26 Take your inspiration from something that happened today in history.
My assignment: Describe three ways to creatively use old greeting cards.
Day 28 Call someone you haven't spoken to in a long time. Tell them what you are doing and ask them to give you an assignment for what to make today.
Day 29 Ask someone you respect to look through your past month's work and select their favorite one. Revise or refine the work they selected for today's task.