Saturday, 13 August 2011

Latest Index card a day

Top left is a patchwork paper hankie heart and some hessian and a little label with a quote on the back.
Bottom left was using a Daisy yellow prompt - a colour I usually use (turquoise/teal) and one I don't usually use - black
Top right, some acrylic paint sponge rollered on in dots with buttons stuck and edged in chalk pastel
Bottom right a little watercolour scene from a card I have on my desk.

Top left is a collage using painted paper from a previous creative endeavour!
Bottom left acrylic paint with Tim Holtz music tape
Top right is experimenting with a new(very cheap) italic pen
Bottom right is a very random piece of sewing using my machine!

Top left is using a Daisy Yellow prompt and the words of a song I love at the moment called "Just the way you are" by Bruno Mars and if you don't know it, here is the link - just terrific words
Bottom left is a picture of some cinnamon bun flavoured coffee mate which I am absolutely certain I would love to bits only they don't sell it here in the UK!!!  boo hoo!
Top right is some stamping with a ticket stamp 
Bottom right is a Paris stamp, some coloured pencil and chalk pastel to edge

And finally, top is some writing with gelly roll metalic pens given to me by my US friend when she came over last year to stay with us and on the bottom is a very random acrylic sponge rollered piece with chalk pastel edging (really loving the chalk pastels at the moment!)


iamrushmore said...

love the collage of your bits of painted paper. I love to repurpose my scraps into new art!

jan said...

These are so creative. I love how you have described the process for or media for each. Inspiring.

Tracy said...

Love this on-going card project you've been doing, Sheila... the index card lends a great base to such variety! :o) Happy Days ((HUGS))

iHanna said...

Your icad:s are looking very nice, my favorite is the recycled art that became a new collage, nice colours! :-)

Have a great week!

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