Andrew Richard / BuzzFeed We hope you love the products we recommend! Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales from the links on this page. 1. A quirky, prompt-filled journal that was designed to be ruined. jet.com To create is to destroy.Get it at Jet for $12.13. 2. A waterproof notepad for people who have all their best ideas in the shower. amazon.com Promising review: “I was a bit skeptical at first, but once I got it and started using it, I couldn't figure out how I went so long without one.” —K. AnsleyGet it on Amazon for $8.09. 3. A beverage warmer so you don’t have to keep getting up and reheating your coffee when you’re on a creative roll. walmart.com Promising review: "This warmer is everything I hoped it would be. Now my coffee is hot to the last drop, without me going to the microwave three, four, and five times to warm it up AGAIN. Love it!" —adrifthereGet it at Walmart for $16.64. 4. An unapologetic coffee mug for encouraging your inner John Green. etsy.com Promising review: "Basically the best and most evil laugh-inducing mug you could ask for. Makes enjoying tea and hot chocolate that much more... enjoyable! A must for any writer with a darker side. Or one who makes readers cry a lot. It's practical and fun!" —GloriannaPinesGet it from MyStudio316 on Etsy for $16. 5. A lighted notepad so you won’t forget those ideas you always have when you're lying awake at night. walmart.com If you think you’ll remember this idea in the morning, you’re kidding yourself.Get it at Walmart for $9.95. 6. A 3D doodler so you can bring your creations to life (let's just ignore the fact that there's an entire SpongeBob episode about why this is a bad idea). amazon.com Promising review: "Truly a great product. I bought this for my granddaughter, but now I want one for myself. Great for adding touch-ups to 3D printed items as well as a stand alone 3D pen for creating great 'works of art'." —Walt MillsGet it on Amazon for $39.99. 7. Kinetic Sand perfect for calming fidgety hands while you're brainstorming. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF youtube.com Get it at Jet for $11.69. 8. An adjustable ventilating laptop table so you won’t burn your legs during those hours-long writing sessions. jet.com Promising review: "I needed to work from bed after a recent surgery and this was a perfect solution! It's easy to adjust the height of the legs, which was essential since I'm 5'10". It's very decorative and my daughter is taking it once I'm on my feet! The only drawback is that it's on the heavy side to lift. BUT that's what makes it so durable and attractive. I like it so much I stay in bed just to watch a movie..." —Lynde502Get it for $28.99 at Jet. 9. A keyboard cover that will protect your laptop from snack attacks while you work. walmart.com No more crumby keyboards!Get it at Walmart in multiple colors from $4.27–$16.67. 10. A notebook with a message for creatives that's inspiring yet pragmatic. etsy.com Promising review: "This is a really nice journal with nice binding, nice cover, and nice paper. Thanks!" —Katelynn RoalGet it from JournalandCo on Etsy for $8. 11. A book that contains 642 hilariously weird prompts to banish writer’s block. amazon.com Promising review: "This book is so fun if you like to write. My husband and I love to write and be creative together. We take a date night to both write under the same topic and see the differences in what we wrote. Super fun (and maybe a little nerdy, but we're all about it)!" —Amazon CustomerGet it on Amazon for $13.12. 12. Or its book cousin, for the more visually inclined. (Think “a time machine,” or “your least favorite food,” or “David Bowie.”) amazon.com Promising review: "I don't know what I expected of this book, but flipping through it, I was immediately itching to draw. I like that the prompts are simple enough that they lend themselves to your interpretation. There are different sizes marked out for each prompt so you have to really think about how you're going to use that space. My favorite prompts are the ones that aren't tangible. How do you draw a girl's giggle? Well, buy this book and find out." —KettlePotGet it on Amazon for $10.32. 13. A bi-colored pencil set perfect for adding some color to your life. jet.com 36 pencils, 72 vibrant colors.Get it at Jet for $8.99. 14. A subscription box that delivers art supplies to your door every month. cratejoy.com Promising review: "I purchased a 3-month subscription as a gift for my mother who dabbles in art as a hobby. She loved each box and was really impressed with the quality of the items every month." —CrystalGet a small box for $23.95/month, a medium box for $29.95/month, or a large box for $34.95/month at Cratejoy. 15. A desk organizer so you can keep your supplies in check. jet.com Creatives are messy people that require lots of ~stuff~. That’s just science.Get it at Jet for $21.92. 16. A skywriting notebook, because your ideas deserve to be painted in the clouds. jet.com Use it as a journal, a sketchpad, a travelogue... the sky's the limit!Get it at Jet for $11.95. 17. A planner that encourages you to incorporate your dreams and passions into your daily schedule. amazon.com, Instagram: @passionplanner Promising review: "I had two friends rave about this planner and they were right! The way you can individualize your goals and make a plan to execute them is incredibly motivating and helpful with the guide and open format. I especially appreciate the end-of-the-month journal questions that help you reflect instead of having no idea what happened because 'time just flies by'." —Isabella FreemanGet it on Amazon for $30. 18. A chalkboard decal so you can doodle on your walls to your heart’s content. walmart.com Your creativity can't be contained by the rules of polite society!Get it at Walmart for $7.15. 19. A lavender and smoke-scented candle, since lavender is one of those scents that allegedly boosts creativity. urbanoutfitters.com Hey, it's worth a shot!Get it at Urban Outfitters for $20. 20. A calligraphy set so your handwriting will look like a font. (If you’re going for that “Comic Sans” look, well, that’s your business.) walmart.com Promising review: "The pens and ink work great and I love the how-to book — it gives a lot of different kinds of calligraphy methods and the instructions are easy to follow." —Patt1919Get it at Walmart for $22.50. 21. A fill-in-the-blank sketchbook that guides you in your attempts to think outside the box. jet.com Whether you’re looking to design a tattoo, a wedding cake, a spaceship, or a skyscraper, this book provides you with the inspiration and the canvas.Get it at Jet for $14.14. 22. A smart notebook to give yourself the ability transfer your work-in-progress straight to the Cloud. amazon.com Promising review: "I'm a student in design classes, and this notebook has been a lifesaver. Being able to upload sketches and notes saves time and ensures my work is easily accessible and organized. The pen is also fantastic! It erases perfectly but still makes bold lines like a fine point Sharpie (and doesn't smudge or leak through pages). I highly recommend this notebook to any college student. I will be buying more in the future." —hudsGet it on Amazon for $26.84. 23. A pretty gold pen necklace so you won’t find yourself without a writing utensil when inspiration strikes. walmart.com The pen necklace is mightier than the sword necklace.Get it at Walmart for $16.37. 24. A sketching box set that’s perfect for beginners and experts alike. walmart.com It's okay to be a little sketchy.Get it at Walmart for $25.88. Let your imagination run wild! Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Fox Searchlight / Via giphy.com The reviews for this post have been edited for length and clarity.