We'll start with something light, over heavy ;) Period punning already. How does the sunny seaside of The Gold Coast inspire your creativity?
It's also becoming much more of a creative hub these days, with so many inspiring emerging creatives and a brand new art gallery coming this year. There are so many hidden little pockets of creativity and cool places to hang out- they just keep popping up!
I've never been one to force it, if I don't feel like painting I don't paint. There are so many other ways to be creative, like listening to music, cooking, journalling. I don't believe that you can run out of creativity- the more you create the more creative you will be. I always trust that my ideas will come again, as long as I keep flexing those muscles!
Definitely! Leading up to my period I find my energy is super depleted, and sitting down to make something seems like a huge drag! I let myself curl up with a good book, or work on something else, knowing that once my period is over I will have much more motivation to create.
I'm super happy with how this design came out! I'm a very feminine person so I love floral and delicate patterns with a good colour scheme. Period packaging should be fun and nice to look at, not hidden away like some shameful secret. I feel pretty good about displaying this on my bathroom shelves, not to toot my own horn! As for my favourite flower, it constantly changes but I am loving pansies at the moment!
I'm really hoping to do a lot more pattern design, I have a range of headscarves planned and am even doing some clothing. It's something I've always wanted to do, and I'm determined to make it happen this year!