|ICAD3 #8: "LBJ"|
I made a collage of some of the pamphlets I picked up in Austin when I visited the LBJ library. My husband's cousin is the director there, which allowed us a great behind-the-scenes look in addition to the regular exhibits.
|ICAD3 #9: "Austin"|
I made a collage of some of the free publications I picked up in Austin when I visiting there about a month ago. I had made a bunch of postcards from these types of clippings, and I knew I wanted Austin represented in my ICAD cards.
|ICAD3#10: "Circle Series: Blue"|
I used my circle cutting templates to create circles from various magazines that were headed to recycle bin. I used washi tape to create a kind of frame along the edges.
|ICAD3#11: "Circle Series: Vintage"|
Just as above, I used my circle cutters and washi tape for this card.
|ICAD3#12: "Circle Series: Green"|
Another in the series from above.
|ICAD3#13: "Over and Under"|
I used an exercise called Over and Under from Quinn McDonald's Raw Art Journaling to create this card, and had fun with markers to fill in the lines and spaces.
|ICAD3#14: "Stuff on My Desk"|
Perhaps my favorite exercise, I just grabbed scraps from my tabletop, left over from other projects, and glued them down to create this card, with some marker semi-circles at the bottom.
Check my blog here to see my cards from week one of the challenge.