Creativity Does Not Require Perfection


Sidewalk chalk is amazing stuff.  We can have a blast with it (if you can find a child to share it with, you can double the fun) – just drawing shapes and coloring them works our creative muscles.  It does not have to be a work of art.  Just have fun with the colors.  Sidewalk chalk comes in big buckets – and it’s pretty inexpensive too.

You can also inspire people with it.  You can find a great quote and write it down right there on the sidewalk for others to find.

Recently I found a sidewalk chalk masterpiece as I left a restaurant.  Someone had taken the time to draw a beautiful yellow sun – under it was one word – “Smile!”  And I did smile.  It was a wonderful little surprise after dinner.

There are so many ways to express our creativity.  We do not have to be perfect artists to be creative.  We can just have fun with it.


Photo credit: Miss Maggie

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  1. I saddens me to walk through classrooms and see cookie cutter art. On the flip side, even adults love sidewalk chalk. I found a couple of dozen “love notes” straddling the Golden Gate bridge a couple of weeks ago. It was so fun to walk along and read a chronology of one unknown love-struck puppy’s viewpoint on where things went wrong and how to get it back together again……all in pretty pastel.


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