I have always been a creative person. I believe all children have an innate ability to be creative when allowed to expess themselves. My four children have definitely helped me to open up new ideas and ways of creativity though. We are always creating something at our house. Creativity, whether it be writing, knitting, or photography, is something that I truely enjoy partaking in. It brings me a lot of joy to create.
I have always been creative, even from a very young age. My parents saw that in me, and I was enrolled in art classes at our local museum even befor kindergarten. Why was I creative? I used to believe it was genetic, but I'm more inclined now to think it comes by exposure - my parents were always drawing & showing me how to draw things. They encouraged me to reach out & explore that side of myself.
I did the same with a friend's grandchildren. They are VERY creative & artistic - where there parents are not. So some of it may be environmental.
It's all about the aesthetics for me. I have to live in a world with beauty in it. So when there is a void of beauty, I feel a need to provide it.
I've always been creative. Ever since I can remember. I always loved drawing, creating my own Christmas Cards, gifts, crocheting, writing, coming up with ideas for everything. Although I loved all my classes in school, I felt the most creative and free in the art, music, and English literature classes.
I come from a long line of inventors, music composers, singers, musicians and I believe that the creativity within me was something inherited from my family.
I began my creative endeavors when I was very young. It was very natural to draw and create projects to admire. I love to use words to create a feeling. I love to see a scene in my mind and create it on paper. I love to create something beautiful and put words and poetry to it and create handcrafted cards to give to people that I love. It feels good to create something of beauty to give to someone else.
I was just born with it. I love all things creative...ribbons, feathers, rhinestones, glitter...decorating, making cards, writing poetry. Arts and crafts stores make my heart dance.
I have always had a crafty/creative bent, and after I graduated from college I decided that I wouldn't be happy unless I dedicated a large amount of time pursing this.
Born that way. I used to make dolls for my sister, wrote on the walls of our house with crayons when a kid. In fact, my mom used to say, "You are so creative" so often, I started to wonder if she was using it as a substitute for, "You are annoying the crap out of me. Stop trying to recycle, stop drawing on walls and leave my sewing supplies alone."
I guess I've been really receptive to myself and the outside world. That's "why".
Concerning the "how", it must have happened so long ago, that I don't seem to remember the very moment my ideas began to flow out. My infance was a great deal of curiousity and discoveries, which added to my creative nature.They are still behind this ludic attitude of mine.
I started at high school to write and draw
just was born with it--my mom is an amazing artist and very creative...got it from her, I guess:)
When I was old enough to remember.
From childhood on.
picked it up from parents and grandparents
There is no 'how' or 'why.' I think that creativity is inherent. Everyone has a creative side - some just choose to focus on it. For me, being creativity means staying sane.
Elementary School, very young, I started drawing inspired by drawings from my close friend and it just kind of kept going.