TOP 5 CREATIVITY RESOURCES

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Youtube

Everyone who uses the internet knows that Youtube is the holy grail. Youtube is a free video sharing website where “Youtubers” all over the world create and upload content that cuts across every topic you can possibly think of. When I say everything, I mean EVERYTHING! There are hair tutorials, step-by-step instructions on how to fix your gadgets, craft tutorials, cooking tutorials, you name it.

 

Pinterest

If you’re into mood boards, then Pinterest is for you. Pinterest is basically  a bunch of notice boards filled with clippings of all the things you love. If you’re looking for DIY recipes, papercraft and textiles instructions, pictures of your fave interior decor designs, or just anything at all! Pinterest is your tool, all you need to do is type in a bunch of keywords related to what you want and just like that, images with links appear from thin air! Amazing.

 

Instagram

Instagram has evolved to become a major creativity tool! Being a photo-sharing app naturally makes Instagram a good source of inspiration, as you’re able to see what other people are sharing, but there’s really more to this much-loved app. You’re now able to follow your favourite hashtags and view related content from all over the world. For example, I’m into Calligraphy, so i follow the hashtags #lettering and #moderncalligraphy , and I’m able to see different calligraphy projects from individuals all around the world which helps me do exciting stuff!

Brit+co

If you don't know Brit+co, you need to head over to their site right now! Brit+co is a classroom for creatives. There are tons of free + paid online classes for loads of hobbies and projects, and the video quality is amazing! I recommend Brit+co to people who love art, crafts+design and are trying to learn beginner techniques, creative business owners, and also content creators who are trying to get those flat-lays tight!

SkillShare

I have to admit, I haven’t really used this much but I’ve heard great things about it. Like Brit+co, SkillShare has online classes, however its not skewed towards creative content only. Apart from tuning into videos on design and photography, You also get access to content on other fields like  Business and entrepreneurship.

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