Thursday, June 21, 2012

ICAD - Week 3








I spent all day moving furniture and supplies in the 95 degree heat.
I'm completely out of steam, but my camp program is ready to go.
Summer has truly begun.
I'm off to sleep like the dead in air conditioned splendor.

12 comments:

  1. You must be a wrung out noodle. Brutal heat all at once so New England. I see cooling blues and purples, nice! xox

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  2. Love the cards in these two posts! It is so freaking hot, I feel wilted. I need a fainting couch and some reviving spirits, like a Victorian.

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  3. These cards are great! They have a rather "less is more" feel to them, with lots of cool colours (great for hot weather!) and subtle textures. I love the torn paper in card 5. Your combination of collage and paint really flows together.

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  4. okay, now, you listen to me.

    anyone who can make a card with Hold the Niceties on it is A number 1 in my book.

    take that with you.

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  5. Amazing. wonderful 'misty' feel to these...yes...'hold the niceties' is pretty cool too!

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  6. Your cards are so simple but so inspiring ... I must aim for more simplicity. (can you have more of less of something?). Love the way you integrate painting and collage. Could do with a little of your hot weather. Mid summer here and we all have central heating on, the rain is torrential and the northwest of UK is having floods everywhere. Feel so sorry for the homeowners.

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  7. Excellent cards. Come on over to my house -- we break 70 degrees in SF if we are lucky. Didn't make it much out of the 50's on Wednesday......natural air conditioning and all that...
    Fabulous cards -- even in all that heat you are working..

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  8. Fun! Thanks for inspiring me to join the ICAD group even if I am doing rolos instead.

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  9. Karen
    Fantastic work, and great colors:) I love them all!But if I had to choose I'd pick the third from the top:)

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  10. Great group of cards! A little paint, a little collage, a little stamping....looks like you used some hand carved stamps. As soon as I can get my head above water I have some stamping ideas to try out...I know you're complaining about the heat, but over here in Seattle I'd give alot to have something warmer than 60 degrees! And sunshine...what's that? Why is it we always want what we don't have?

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  11. These ICADs are all FABULOUS - I particularly love the first one, love the background, love the Big Ben image.

    x

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  12. I am in winter, I am jealous of your sweltering, maybe we can swap? :)

    Love these cards! And that you maintained ICAD over your holiday's, you have inspired me, when I thought about just catching up the next day.

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