I can’t believe that I have completed at least one index card art project every day for four weeks now. I wish I could be this consistent with exercise and feel-good-happy-moodness. Yay me! Two more days and I will have completed one month of the two-month Daisy Yellow Index Card a Day #ICAD2014 challenge. Feeling rather jazzed about it. Here are my cards for days 22-28:
ICAD #22 Prompt = Beach Umbrella (mechanical pencil, Promarker markers, black Micron pen on orange index card)
ICAD #23 Weekly theme = Rainbow (black Micron pen and Promarkers on white index card)
ICAD #24 Prompt = Brown (decorative napkin collalge, walnut Distress Ink through stencil, vintage photo image transfer, brown Pitt big brush pen, word stamp with red pigment ink)
ICAD 25 Off-prompt (Cut up a previously painted & stamped index card into inch segments and collaged them in random order onto new orange index card; scribble-journaled over the top with a gel pen; outlined sections with black China marker).
ICAD #26 Weekly theme = Rainbow (Cut circles out of already existing monoprints and collaged to blue watercolor background on white index card; outlined in black and white China markers)
ICAD #27 Weekly theme = Rainbow (Scribbled in various colors of Crayola crayons on a white index card; watercolored over the whole card in black; used baby wipe to remove paint from the waxy bits, leaving black on the white segments.)
ICAD #28, Prompt = magnifying glass (in this case, an electron microscope showing what the AIDS virus looks like) (Painted white index card all over with yellow acrylic paint; sponge painted green acrylic over the top then sponge painted the individual viruses with magenta blue acrylics; collaged printed words and outlined with black pencil).
See you in a couple of days to show you what a month’s worth of index card art looks like!