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Top Tips for Staying Creative

Staying in your home or studio? Here's our top tips on staying creative.

With all of us socially distancing wherever possible, crafts and hobbies have become more important than ever in supporting our mental health and wellbeing. We have put together a few ideas to help you stay creative in your home or studio through this time.

Brush up on skills

You can learn from home with the extensive Bullseye Online Education program, or our own YouTube channel. Got a question? Our Knowledge Base has a wealth of information available online, and if you can't find the answer then our dedicated Technical Support team are ready to support you.

Try something new

Have a go at a new glass project, get inspired by one of our e-books from artists such as Bob Leatherbarrow, or learn new techniques with one of our easy-to-follow kits.

Involve the children

We know lots of you may have children staying at home with you right now. Glass fusing is a great craft for them to learn, teaching creativity, colour, and improving manual dexterity. Here are some some fun projects aimed at all ages, from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 4. Although designed for schools, these projects can easily be downsized to suit a single child or family group, with adult supervision.

Share your work

Stay in touch, share your work and support one another - we have a fantastic and supportive glass community out there. The Glass Prize 2020 launches on the 26th March, so why not enter? It's a great way to get noticed, and there are fantastic prizes to be won too. Geoffrey Bowton was last year's winner with his incredible piece "Contagion Series: Lost Components".

Be inspired by nature

Your local environment, whether it's a garden or view from the window, can be a fantastic source of inspiration. Our world may seem smaller for now but it can still inspire creativity. Get your imagination flowing by seeing how other glass artists have expressed their environment in glass, or use one of our kits to help you get started.

We will be here to support you for as long as we are able. Take a look at our Coronavirus Update page for the latest information on our services.

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Registered office: 5 Havyat Park, Wrington, Bristol, BS40 5PA, UK
Company Reg No. 5365166. VAT No. 791350132