|006: little clear pocket|
i scored a few sheets of clear plastic business card protectors at a thriftshop a few months ago, for about ten cents. i thought they'd be awesome to cut apart and use on cards and journal pages. yep. i rest my case!
|008: jack looked at kim|
fastest ICAD ever: pre-glued magazine page, scrap of a doily (yes, i save those; don't judge me, k? b/c as you can see... i do USE them, lol!) awesome line of text from a cut-up book page. score!
|009: photo transfer wish|
last sunday linda brun and i took a fantastic class with the amazingly awesome nathalie kalbach at the ink pad. i'll talk more about it in a separate post, but for right now all you need to know is we learned the best way ever to do image transfers, and this is my favorite one i made that day.
|010: a few words of caution|
this fella was on an (early) birthday card i received from my friend janet, and i HAD TO save him. so i did! :)
|012: neatly stacked stapled collage|
on thursday tammy and i did a "stapled collage simulcast" on our blogs, and one of hers (the top one in this post) featured 12 neatly stacked layers... and totally blew my mind. here is my tribute, in ICAD form! :) :) :)
|013: bien sur|
this little guy proves it's possible to make something cool when you are flat-out BEAT after a very long day. who knows, maybe being really tired is sometimes a good thing, if it means you work quickly and don't think too much? this is paper scraps framed by the outline of my nametag sticker from sunday's class, with a happy little cat from one of the freebie japanese newspapers at kinokuniya. absolutely nothing overtly "new york" about it, but it reminds me of a super-fab weekend!
happy saturday, darlings!