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Jill Harrell Oct 1
Day 1 of the 30 day challenge
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Mandy Michelle Oct 4
Day 4 - Create something using disposable plastic bags as primary material. (Moved since the last Sprint - map update!)
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Alexandra M. Feb 23
Day 6, song: Good for your Soul by Oingo Boingo.
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Mandy Michelle Oct 5
Day 5 - Make an homage to an important teacher in your life. (Cheers to books & those who taught us to read them!)
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Thomas McAuley Oct 8
Day 8. Use only what's in Medicine or bathroom cabinet. This challenge was going to be a 'close shave'.
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Debi Rose ❄ 🌊 Oct 18
I learned a new word today: Backpfeifengesicht. It's German and means "A face badly in need of a fist". I can think of a few
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Thomas McAuley Oct 9
Day 9. Inspired by post office. Todays mail: Mailbox-4 Inter-office-2 Cubby-9 On door-5 Work email-167 All email accts 259
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Thomas McAuley Oct 7
Day 7. Recreate a masterpiece. I liked the contrast of recreating 'A Starry Night' by using Sunflower parts.
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Noah Scalin Oct 3
Day 3: Combine 2 things that you would not typically put together. My daughter suggested cereal & paint...
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Alexandra M. Feb 18
Day 2 of the 30-day challenge. It’s a less-than-flattering possum, which contrary to popular belief, are actually quite gentle creatures. I like possums, so I would like to do it justice when I have more time.
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Becky Curran Oct 4
Day 2 "Make something representing the origins of your name" - Mum loved the book Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm
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Mim Golub Scalin Oct 1
Day 1, something fitting in my hand.
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Alexandra M. Feb 20
For day 5, I sat below my notebook and attempted to draw with only about a 5-degree view. Obviously that didn’t turn out great, but a change of perspective is nice.
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Joel Eisner Oct 31
Bonus Day: I learned that doing small creative tasks every day helps motivate me to do/learn more πŸ‘
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Archie Oct 4
Day 4 Make a Trump wig from recyclable plastic
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katerina Oct 1
Day 1: Make something that fits in the palm of my hand. "Little Surfer"
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Noah Scalin Oct 4
Day 4: Create something using disposable plastic bags as your primary material. My daughter suggested drawing faces on them.
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ALR 21h
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Levi Jones Apr 17
How to do a creative sprint: Focus on getting the right idea, and get the idea right later.
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Laura Grundler Apr 15
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