A creative date is a much better way to celebrate your love than buying stuff you don't really need!
Making art together is a great way to bond and strengthen your relationship. Not only is it fun and creative, but it also allows you to learn more about each other in a unique way.
Creative activities can open up new avenues of communication for couples. By working together on a creative project, couples can learn more about each other’s strengths, weaknesses, and interests. It can also help to break down any barriers between partners and encourage them to communicate on a deeper level.
The type of creative activity you do is up to you and your partner. It can be anything from drawing and painting to writing music or making sculptures. The important thing is to find something that you both enjoy and that you can work on together. Creative activities can be as simple or as complex as you like – the only limit is your imagination!
Creative activities are also great for increasing connection and intimacy. When couples create art together, they are able to share in a unique experience that can bring them closer together. It can also be a great way to relax, reduce stress levels, and enjoy some quality time together.
It is also ok if you are not great at the art discipline of your choosing, laughing together is the best way to connect!
So if you’re looking for a great way to bond with your partner, why not try some creative activities? You may be surprised by the results!
some cheeky ideas of incorporating art into your date:
drawing one another 'like one of those french girls'
taking your beau for a romantic picnic and painting the scenery (works best in good weather although you can absolutely draw in a coffee place. I have never tried drawing in a restaurant as I am usually to focussed on the food and you need a little space and good light)
Body paint - do I need t
o say more?
create a sketch journal page/cartoon of how you met- this is great to frame or to give as a card.
make a little portrait of the two of you together - the style does not have to be realistic. even better, a cartoon/illustrated style is much more fun!