Creativity doesn’t come naturally to me but once I had a few fun website ideas there was no stopping me. Some of them were a bit crazy (they didn’t quite make the cut) and some worked (hopefully, you’ve seen them already on this page).
This week, I’ve learned how to use photoshop (and a mac) – just a few simple things like layering and cropping images but enough to be able to create the photos in vintage frames over there on the right hand side. Very fun! And I’m in love with vintage frames. Now I want some real ones for my wall – my next creative project.
My designer (aka the boyfriend) helped me with my new header – something a little ‘cleaner’ as he called it but I think it’s just a little cuter. And it’s pink.
What I’ve learned this week is that your taste changes over time (and even day to day) as ideas develop and concepts form – maybe this is what they call creativity. Now that I’ve got the bug, you’ll probably be seeing a few more changes when I’m feeling like something new and sparkly.
This week’s challenge: Have a romance in your head.
My boyfriend, Sam, isn’t happy about this week’s challenge. Have a romance in your head. I think he is worried that I’ll be daydreaming about all those well-oiled, hair-slicked, Fabio-types. Eww. But little does he know that I’m going to think of some very romantic things for us to do. Why should we just keep the romance in our head?
So what do boys think are nice romantic gestures? Well, I think a boys version of romance would be cooking up some bangers and mash and watching an action movie on the couch. But maybe I should ask one.
Sam is sitting here beside me so perhaps it’s a good idea to find out what he would find romantic rather than just guessing for him. Hmm, why haven’t I thought of just asking before?
‘Walks in the moonlight’, ‘staying at a cute country cottage’, ‘log fires’, ‘ice skating’.
Who would have thought – boys do like romance. Ah, better put those sausages away and get my wooing A-game on.
Next week’s challenge: Volunteer.