Tara Leaver’s wonderful blog post about ‘icad’ (‘index card a day’)

Hello there, on a hopefully sunny Sunday morning!

For those of you who are interested in being creative or about  to start, I generally recommend the website of one of my very favourite Artists, Tara Leaver:

http://www.taraleaver.com

Very often, after having visited Tara’s blog, I have a definity urge to get my art supplies or my Journal and get started, and the post I am going to introduce here just had me get all tingly with enthusiasm.

Tara followed the hashtag ‘icad’ through the web and found out that “index Card a day” is about artmaking on index cards. For the very details follow the link Tara mentions in her blog post. I won’t have 365 index Cards ready next year in August, …..but… it’s a wonderful, wonderful way to be creative (and to me: Charge up on days with way too much Input)

Basically this is what you need:                                                                                                       IMG_1548 (638x800) (316x376)

-a stack of index Cards

-art supplies of your choice

What I love about the idea is that you can get your Cards and art supplies and go somewhere sunny, and off you go.

Tara wasn’t the one inventing the ‘icad’ idea but you should have a look at the photos of her index cards!!  

Soooo  – as I am not going to Keep you waiting any longer – here’s the link to make you happy:

http://taraleaver.com/2013/06/icad-2013/

I am going to post a few soon. How about you?

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Tara Leaver’s wonderful blog post about ‘icad’ (‘index card a day’)

  1. Sherry Smyth

    I have a few blogger friends who have been doing ICAD for a couple of years. I’m always impressed by how much art can be created in such a small space!

    • yes.
      It’s wonderful. I was thinking earlier that it’d be nice to make a Collage of those index Cards and see them as a whole new other Thing, you know, like one compisition consisting of many smaller ones.

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