There’s a nip in the air, but using writing prompts can help heat things up and spark some creativity! At Writer’s Relief, we know wintry weather can make the ordinary seem extraordinary. Grab a seat by the fireplace and warm up with a few of these winter-themed visual writing prompts.
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Winter Writing Prompts
As these two head out together, the storm begins to intensify. Where are they going?
She didn’t expect to find this snowman in her yard. And she really didn’t expect the snowman to wink and introduce himself! Why is he here?
She thinks they’re finally finished holiday shopping, but he knows a secret and there’s one more gift to buy. What is it, and who is it for?
It isn’t the cold weather that is weighing on her mind: The Snow Queen must make a decision that will affect many others. What will she decide?
Before he could answer, suddenly they were kissing. What did he want to say?
Oh, what fun it is to ride! Describe sledding without using the word “snow.”
Each one meant to surprise the others by playing Santa Claus at the office party. What will they do with three St. Nicks?
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