I am less actively creative when my studio is clean and everything is put away. It looks lovely and I still daydream about possible creative projects, but there's nothing waiting there just to tempt the muse.
The blank page is irresistible, but only if it's within reach. Hunting for supplies when you have a flash of inspiration adds work. It makes your art a little less accessible to you.
Five minutes is actually a lot of time when all your supplies are already out. It's enough time for a solid start. It's enough time to cut or glue paper. It's enough time to practice lettering. In five uninterrupted minutes, you can decide what supplies you'll need next and make sure they are available for the next five-minute creativity session.
Ten minutes is enough time to add a layer of paint to a small canvas and rinse out your brushes.
Fifteen minutes is enough time to make next steps on more than one project. Or enough time to hash out a raw draft of that poem that's been bouncing around your mind.
When I have my jewelry supplies out, I am more likely to pick up my tools and make something while I'm taking a break from another project. All I have to do is walk over, sit down, and begin.
When I keep stationery and stamps within reach of my desk, it's no big deal to integrate letter writing into my day.
If you want to make more art, set yourself up for it. Create opportunity by letting your art be out in the open.
It may not be tidy and that's perfectly fine.
Make your art a priority over order, even for just a week, and see what happens.