DIY Inspiration Bucket ~ take 5

Heey everyone!
Today I have a DIY for you! I feel a little uninspired lately and I thought it would help if I made something to inspire me. I know people use art prompts to get there creative juices flowing and I decided to make my own version. The idea of this bucket is that I pull 5 prompts out of this bucket when I don’t feel inspired, or just feel like it lol. The rule I have set for myself is that I need to use all 5 prompts in my journal page.

Of course I have the document I made for you! Click this link to download it:

Tweak and change it to your needs and liking. You can always add more or leave some out.

I would love to see what you do with the inspiration bucket and other art work. You can post photos on my Facebook or tag me on Instagram.

Thank you for watching and I hope you will go on this journey with me!
See you next time!
Love, Kyra

Art journal prompts
Bucket, Jar, can, anything that can hold the prompts
Old brush or stick
Distress spray stain: Tumbled Glass, Cracked Pistachio
Faber Castell Pitt Artist Pen F & B
Finnabair clear stamp: Messy
Archival Ink: Watering Can
Sharpie paint pen extra fine point: White
Double-sided sticky tape

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9 thoughts on “DIY Inspiration Bucket ~ take 5

  • Hi Kyra, loved the video and just printed out the inspiration sheet. Just a couple of questions. What is a project life card and what kind of wood veneer do you use? Thanks. x x

  • Cool idea. I wanted to print out your typed inspiration tags for my bucket. But can't find the link.

  • Hi Kyra! What a great idea! I downloaded your sheet, and i will make it "mine" by tossing and adding a few thinks so it will work better for me. And i will reuse an old ravioli can ( after eating the content and wash it, of course LOL). But thanks anyway, it's very sweet of you to share.
    It does remind me of a game i made for my kids with cards to tell a story: they had to pick one card for the hero, one for the place, one for the villain, … and i was to tell a story based on whatever they picked. It was so much fun!
    Groetjes, Marie.

  • I love the blues and texture in this. I've recently added a new section to my workdesk – an inspiration wall to keep me inspired as I work:)

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