So you’re not the most skillful drawer. You can’t play an instrument, and you definitely don’t dare standing in front of the camera. How can a Star Wars geek express the most ultimate creativity if he or she is not engaged in any of these different areas? The reality is that whatever you undertake, it is called creativity, as long as you are inspired and put your heart into it. The end result isn’t really important. If your heart is in it, people will be able to tell, and they will appreciate your efforts.
However, if you really want the eyeballs of your audience glued to your creations, then the simplest thing you can do is to be original. Try a new way of doing things, and bend the edges of whatever your topic is about. That way, when your audience is checking your stuff out, there will be little to add more than for them to say “Awesome!” or possibly “Huh?.” That’s how it goes with pretty much all forms of art. Everyone can’t or rather won’t like the stuff you create. Appreciate the ones who do, and take in the ones who don’t and be open to their critique.
Wee Little Stitches on Etsy is more than engaged in the odd and wonderful. Their way of showing off their creativity in a way that everyone can appreciate is to cross-stitch various movie personalities and legends and in a way, immortalize them in a pixel like manner. Some of the motifs involve Harry Potter, Star Wars, Ghostbusters and many more. The list is long, and the artwork is flawless.
You can purchase pretty much all of them for the geeky price of between $5-$10 a pop. It’s the perfect gift for your friends who are Star Wars fanatics. These will probably remain in their possession for as long as their breathing is intact. So whether you are a sci-fi fan or a wizard apprentice, just have a peek at these unusually awesome and well crafted pieces of cross-stitched imagery. They will have your creativity and inspiration revitalized in a second. Awesomeness comes in many forms, and this is one of them.