Aries, you are passionate, hardworking, and ultra-competitive, and, as a result, really busy. It’s unreasonable to expect to find time to paint a mural in your hectic day-to-day schedule,
Between your Spotify, Pandora, and Tidal subscriptions, it’s likely you’re already making plenty of playlists in your free time, but it’s time to start appreciating this hobby for what it is: a creative pastime.
Your curiosity drives you to explore constantly, so you might as well start documenting it through photography. A Snapchat of your matcha tea counts (sorta), but start purposefully documenting your adventures.
Cancer, you have a number of enviable qualities — you’re intuitive, intelligent, and passionate. But you also have the tendency to be a little high-strung. In the past few years,
It takes someone as fearless as a Leo to put their creations out there for the world (wide web) to see, which is why blogging is the creative outlet for you.
Virgos are too practical for their own good, which is why crafting is the only conceivable creative outlet. Whether you’re making a macrame table runner or a papier-mâché lampshade,
We know what you’re thinking: “Painting for the stereotypically artistic Libra? How original.” But even if you’re not the next Monet (it’s okay, neither are we), painting can be incredibly therapeutic.
Scorpio, you have a lot of emotions, but that’s part of your charm. Because you feel things so passionately and deeply, you’d make a great writer.
When one thinks of creative activities, they think of drawing, painting, and maybe even writing; they typically don’t think about cooking or baking.
Scrapbooking is stressful for just about everyone — except the ridiculously detail-oriented Capricorn. Between stickers, paper, stamps, and photographs, there’s a lot to balance, so it’s a good thing that you thrive on organization,
Aquarius, you are a tasteful combo of creative and deep. Put your creativity to work with calligraphy, a lost-and-found art form, and incorporate your imagination.
Pisces are bursting with creativity. Drawing, in its simplest form, requires only a pencil (or pen) and paper. It can be done virtually anywhere and at any time, so it makes sense that such a creatively inclined person should take up the activity.