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No Frills Prompt 19: HEARTS

"and there's always been laughing, crying, birth, and dying
boys and girls with hearts that take and give and break
and heal and grow and recreate and raise and nurture
but then hurt from time to times like these
and times like those
what will be will be
and so it goes"
~Jack Johnson

Weekly customizable creative prompts!

azalea hearts

Like all of the prompts in this series, this is easy peasy! You can respond in whatever way you wish, but do create something in words or images. The photograph and the word WORDHERE can be used together or separately. Don't overthink this, see the intro for help.


♦ if you've been to Disney World, you know about the never-ending Hidden Mickeys. Search for Hidden Hearts today and photograph your finds!

♦ create an art journal background of overlapping painted hearts in unexpected colors

♦ write a short story about two people who fell in love because of azaleas

♦ embroider a little heart on your pillow

♦ write about your day in the shape of a heart



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Reader Comments (5)

I created some watercolor washed hearts here, so easy and oh so beautiful!

04.8.2011 | Unregistered Commenterbonitarose

Hearts somehow dominate my life one way or another. I did a Zentangle of hearts while waiting for my daughter in the doctors office. We collect Heart rocks from our travels, where there is shale here in the great lakes and Finger lakes there are lots of heart rocks.

04.10.2011 | Unregistered CommenterCarol

Beautiful photo of this flower! I adore heart shapes too... great prompts :]

04.11.2011 | Unregistered CommenterApril Cole

I found these last year while photographing - they're on my Flickr page:

Thank you for your comments, now it's time to create something in response to the prompt! I think this one might be tricky!


04.12.2011 | Registered Commentergypsy

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