Creative-at-home is a meeting point for the visual community and a garden of ideas to use the time at home as meaningfully as possible. Let yourself be inspired by the visual community. Follow them on a learning trip, let them tempt you to play and learn how to relax with a marker and paper. Whether alone or with the family.
If you have ideas or tips how to create great stuff with Neuland tools, we invite you to share them with the community here. Stay healthy, stay happy!
Let’s create a pocket-sized notebook to jot down ideas, highlights of the week, the weekly gratitude list or even to give it to the kids and help them to keep track of activities and how many stars they’ve earned by accomplishing them! Continue Reading
Creative visualization techniques for beginners – yes, you can do this! No artistic skills needed. 🙂 Continue Reading
True to the motto #stayathomebutgetfreshair I’ve discovered this cool idea in our neighborhood. My daughter and I were going for a walk (in Germany we are still allowed to be active outside) and when we were walking past a playground we saw a little sign attached to the fence. It said: “How many rainbows can you find?” Continue Reading
We all know them: the beautiful Bullet Journals on Pinterest that already make us give up before we actually started. But there’s no need to be discouraged! We’ll show you easy tricks to create a journal that’s nothing to sneeze at – without great effort. Continue Reading
This little article shows you how you can relax by working with your markers and at the same time creating little greeting cards to let others know you are thinking of them. All you need is a blank postcard, a Neuland SketchOne and an Art marker in light grey. Continue Reading