Creative Break—Make a Virtual Sand Design

I’m on vacation, and while I’m away I’m highlighting some of my favorite fun creative websites and writer’s resources. Hope your holidays are joyful, and I’ll see you in the New Year!

rainbow dropsHere’s another fun site for a creative break: This is Sand.  Click on the tiny gray box at the top left of the screen for instructions.  You can use your cursor to drop digital sand of different colors and create beautiful virtual designs.

Be forewarned, you might spend more time here than you planned—I know I did!

(More information:  This Is Sand Blog)

2 Responses to “Creative Break—Make a Virtual Sand Design”

  1. 1 hemlock1981 December 23, 2010 at 9:09 am

    Awesome site. I enjoyed myself. I made one and submitted it. It is called Hemlock Mountain.

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