endings are always new beginnings!
I know!! And look at that lovely fish ICAD. Fan-friggen-tastic!! xx
:( I'll definitely miss it! I plan on keeping a stack on my work desk for the times I need a quick fix or an idea jump start - such a great size! (love your fishy!)
I have enjoyed ICAD so much I decided to make it a permanent part of my life...it's just so good for me to sit down and DRAW everyday. That's what most of mine have been, instead of collages. I've tried out new designs and found some to keep. So glad I tried it in the first place!
The first time I did ICAD I kept going for many weeks beyond the end date. Even when I stopped using index cards, I kept up with daily creative practice. Have you been posting your cards somewhere, Peggy? I haven't been active in any of the ICAD groups this year. I'd love to see your cards!
Thanks, Karen. You haven't seen my cards 'cuz I don't post them anywhere. At this point in time, it's just a major accomplishment for me to get them done each day! (And the underlying truth is also that I haven't the foggiest idea HOW to post them, even if I had time to do so!) Sad, but true.
Time flies when you're having fin!So inventive as always. I love your mind.
I can't believe I didn't come up with that pun myself - I must be slipping!
Yes, I can believe it - and I'm hanging my head in shame. I'm 3 weeks behind but planning on catching up - not by tonight though so I will have, yet again, officially failed :(Love that Yes Fish!x
I thought I'd never finish because that's my modus. But I managed to finish three days late. yay! I gave most of mine away so I can't do Tammy's 'share your batch' thingie. Oh, well. I guess I could print them all out and put them in a book.you know what, Karen? That's a GREAT IDEA! You are brilliant.