September came to a close yesterday. I can hardly believe it is October, one of my favorite months. October is the month when the geese fly south, the trees put on one last show before their winter sleep and the squirrels run like mad, gathering food for their winter store. October is the time to savor the last warm, sunny days of the year, and to enjoy things like apple cider, apple dumplings and pumpkin seeds.
October also brings me to the end of the ICAD project. I'd still like to continue with a daily art project, but I am not sure what I will do. No matter--I know it is good (maybe essential) for my soul to make some art every day.
Some of my cards from September are private rants that I won't be showing to anyone. I'll probably include them in my stack when I bind it together, though, since rants are part of me. (Perhaps a too regular part of me, but that's another story).
I have truly enjoyed both making the ICADs and sharing them with all of you. And I want to thank every one of you who has made a comment on my cards, either here on my blog or on my flickr account (see my sidebar for a link). I also look forward to sharing my next art adventure with you as well.
Here are some of my cards:
|Little Sisters. Materials used: Scrapbooking paper, image from flickr.com, transparency, die-cut.|
|Turquoise. Materials used: Paper Whimsy image, acrylic paint, assorted papers.|
|Watercolor. Materials used: Frisket, Caran d'ache Neocolor II watersoluble crayons.|
|Dragonfly. Materials used: Hand-carved stamps, Chalk Inks, Faber-Castell Big Brush pens, Distress Stain, background papers from 7 Gypsies, Glaze and Gelly Roll pens.|
|Masking Tape ICAD. Materials used: Tim Holtz stickers, Paper Whimsy image, die cuts, Glaze Pen, acrylic paints, and background created with masking tape.|
|Tiny Little Houses. Materials used: Portfolio water-soluble oil pastels.|
|It Takes a Village. More tiny little houses, this time done with Bic Mark-It Permanent Markers.|
Have a wonderful and safe weekend! And, Happy October 1!
Till next time,