12 Months of Word Prompts: December, the Final

Whose 2019 New Year’s resolutions included the one about drawing every day? Well, let Tessa and Eddie who completed all 12 months of drawing word prompts in 2018 be an inspiration, who’ve proved to us that it can be done. Thanks¬† to everyone else who participated through the year and let us see your drawings.

So, for the 12th time, here are some December Word Prompt Sheets for you to enjoy, and my thanks for sharing! Once again, all sorts of intriguing responses!

From Eddie, who said: “The exercises throughout the year have been fun and challenging in equal measure.”

Word Prompt Drawing Chart for December

From Tessa, who has written a blogpost about doing it, see Jumpstart a drawing habit.

Word Prompt Drawing Chart for December

And from Tessa’s grand-daughter, Amelia, her completed November sheet: Word Prompt Drawing Chart for December

And here’s everyone’s from the year.

If you look at these charts and, like me, wish you’d persevered with yours, don’t beat yourself up about it but pick it up again. Even if you only did a week that’s still more than someone who only got as far as thinking about it.

To see all the related posts: Drawing Word Prompts Category

Art Workbook: 365 Word Prompts to Create a Daily Drawing Habit book by Marion Boddy-EvansBuy online:  Art Workbook: 365 Word Prompts to Create a Daily Drawing Habit

The printable monthly sheets: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December.

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