Fuelling Creativity

Fuel Your Creativity This Spring!

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It’s the most beautiful time of year in Western Australia with the state in full bloom, and the sun shining. As spring launches and the school holidays kick off, it’s the perfect time to gather inspiration and get creative!

Over here at Scribblers HQ, we have been busy putting together plenty of ideas to keep you busy during the school holiday break. Check out the suggestions below...


Fuelling Creativity Workbook & Video Series

By now we hope you have received your Fuelling Creativity Workbook. Haven’t ordered yours yet? Order it here while supplies last, but move quickly as they’re nearly gone! You can also check out the digital version here, head to The Goods Shed in Claremont to pick up a copy (limited supply), or simply jump straight to the Videos and start creating!

With inspiration and activities to keep your family’s creativity fuelled the entire Spring Holidays, you can learn how to create a character with Mick Elliott, start a story of extraordinary discovery with Will Kostakis, create a self-portrait with Fiona Burrows, and so much more.

In addition to the printed (and digital) pages, we have also brought a few of the creative prompts to life in our Fuelling Creativity Video Series. From crafting your very own History Mystery with Mark Greenwood, to creating a human-imal character with Kylie Howarth and putting afternoon snacks in their own hands with Marissa Verma, tune in and see these creatives in action.

Don’t forget you can also meet LEGO Masters Series 2 Winners Jackson & Alex and get creative with LEGO. Learn tricks of the trade from the LEGO Masters on pages 4-9 in your workbook, or check out their Fuelling Creativity Video!

Go For 2 & 5 LEGO Challenge

After checking our pages 4-9 of your Workbook and tuning in to see Jackson & Alex talk about teamwork, their creativeprocess, and the nitty gritty of building a LEGO masterpiece in their video,you can race against your own clock for the chance to win! Get inspired byfruit & vegetables and build your own LEGO masterpiece for your chance to win 1 of 2 $100 LEGO packs in our Go for 2&5 LEGO Challenge!


Play With Your Food

Always wanted to play with your food but never been allowed?Now’s your chance! Open your workbook to pages 22-23 and get inspired by fruits and vegetables in our Play With Your Food competition. Can you make us laugh with lemon? Blow our minds with a banana? Share your creations with us for your chance to get creative at your house with a $100 IKEA Gift Card.


Springtime Reading List

Whether it’s under a tree on a nice day, or cosy inside during the rain, catch up on reading just for fun with these Scribblers Festival reading suggestions!

For the young & young at heart:
My Culture and Me by Gregg Dreise
Willy-Will Wagtail by Helen Milroy
This Small Blue Dot by Zeno Sworder

Junior Fiction:
The Peski Kids by R.A. Spratt
Evie and Pog: Take Off by Tanya McCartney
Billie B Brown – The Grumpy Neighbour by Sally Rippin

Middle Readers:
Pie in the Sky by Remy Lai
Brindabella by Ursula Dubosarsky
Rumble Star by Abi Elphinstone

Older Readers:
Alice’s Food A-Z: Edible Adventures by Alice Zaslavsky
The Surprising Power of a Good Dumpling by Wai Chim
The Republic of Birds by Jessica Miller

Check out more reading suggestions in the Fuelling Creativity Workbook on pages 32-33, and head to your local library or book shop to stock up!

Activate Your Reader’s Card!

For those who have received a Fuelling Creativity Workbook, don’t forget to activate your Reader’s Card to receive your 10% discount at participating book stores around Perth before grabbing one of the titles above.


Here’s hoping your spring holidays spring new ideas, and be sure to sign up to keep your creativity fuelled all year long with Scribblers Festival!