Gratitude Practice – Gratitude Drawing or Painting

Original oil painting showing beautiful Autumn forest on canvas. Modern Impressionism

Gratitude Drawing or Painting

You don’t have to be an artist to try out this gratitude practice. Pick whether you would like to draw or paint. Then pick your materials for your art project. You have the freedom to use markers, crayons, Sharpies, watercolors, or acrylic paint, to name a few. Draw or paint what you are grateful in your life. This may include objects, places, or people for example.

An important point to remember though is that what you draw or paint doesn’t have to be a literal interpretation unless you want it to be that. Your depiction could use abstract images, shapes, or lines to represent what you want to express.

This activity can also be fun to do as a whole family as well. Everyone can sit around a table to draw/paint what they are grateful for in their lives and then you can take turns sharing your pictures. Not only are you engaging in a gratitude practice but you are also having quality family time!

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