Creative Deed 365: April Offerings

April 30, 2015

It’s day 120 of creative deeding for this year’s 365 project!

Creative Deed 365: April Offerings | creativity in motion

Here are a handful of my fav’s from this month, followed by a quick video of days 91-120:

Creative Deed 365: April Offerings | creativity in motion

Creative Deed 365: April Offerings | creativity in motion

Creative Deed 365: April Offerings | creativity in motion

Creative Deed 365: April Offerings | creativity in motion

This month I started to use playing cards, as well as handmade paper for the foundation of my daily cards in combination with acrylic & puffy (fabric) paint, distressed ink, magazine photo collage, gel pens, and more. Drop off locations have included post offices, galleries, community bulletin boards, park benches, restrooms, and the usual favorite places of coffee shops, local stores, and wherever I’m inspired to leave one behind on my daily path.

There’s also been lots of activity in the Creative Deed 365 Group on FB, where it’s always awesome to see what other artists are doing everyday with their creative deed making through their thoughtful messages & images.

Check out this time lapse video that Debi shared this month featuring her creative deed making in action:

Also check out these artful posts inspired by Creative Deed making:

It’s Raining Deeds!! #creativedeed365 | Symbolic Projections

Generosity & Creative Deed 365 | Hannah Klaus Hunter Arts

It’s wonderful to see how this creative project keeps going and reaching others through the art that is being made! So much love, kindness, and encouragement creatively packed into a small, powerful space. Let’s deed on my creative friends! 🙂

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2 Responses to “Creative Deed 365: April Offerings”

  1. Hannah Says:

    Gretchen, I’m intrigued with your card that says “the important thing is not to win, but to take part.” Wonderful inspiration!


  2. what a beautiful idea. It would be an honour to find or be given a piece of your (he)art. : )


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