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 Post subject: Re: Index Card A Day
PostPosted: Mon Jun 19, 2017 12:33 pm 
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Thankyou, Pam I kept trying the yellow bird against the background and deciding that I needed a lot more dark green leaves to make him show up.
Do you remember the calypso song, "Yellow Bird, up high in banana tree..."?
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 Post subject: Re: Index Card A Day
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Thankyou, Pam I kept trying the yellow bird against the background and deciding that I needed a lot more dark green leaves to make him show up.
Do you remember the calypso song, "Yellow Bird, up high in banana tree..."?
Kathryn.


Oh gosh - yes! That was stored very deep in my memory bank!

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katymjo wrote:
Thankyou, Pam I kept trying the yellow bird against the background and deciding that I needed a lot more dark green leaves to make him show up.
Do you remember the calypso song, "Yellow Bird, up high in banana tree..."?
Kathryn.


"Yellow Bird, you sit all alone like me."
I sang that eons ago with my Show Choir - could probably still remember all the lyrics!

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Glad I'm not alone there :P It's nice that you remember it too.
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 Post subject: Re: Index Card A Day
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great work on the cards

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 Post subject: Re: Index Card A Day
PostPosted: Tue Jun 20, 2017 4:27 am 
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Here are my 7 cards for Week 2 which ended last Thursday.
8-Two red Paint Chips on one of my Yupo AI papers from OBX
9-Ombre watercolor on watercolor paper
10-I'd love to live in a YELLOW house
11-Tetrahedrons
12-Wings (Pam C. should recognize that background paper)
13-Repeat is a section of a page from a coloring book
14-Leaves from the garden which I put through Kathryn's Cuttlebug to transfer onto paper. They aren't quite as pale as they look here. Colored pencils, too.


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 20, 2017 11:12 am 
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These are great Marianne. Kudos to you for keeping up with them.

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I especially like the fish.

I don't recognize the paper you mentioned though.

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 Post subject: Re: Index Card A Day
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pamcook wrote:
I especially like the fish.

I don't recognize the paper you mentioned though.


When we had reCreate near your house we went to a cafe in a shopping center nearby for lunch and that was the paper they used for wrapping or lining sandwich baskets. You asked for a few extra sheets for me. I don't have the edge of the paper with the name of the restaurant on it. Carolina something, maybe?

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mpizzazz wrote:
pamcook wrote:
I especially like the fish.

I don't recognize the paper you mentioned though.


When we had reCreate near your house we went to a cafe in a shopping center nearby for lunch and that was the paper they used for wrapping or lining sandwich baskets. You asked for a few extra sheets for me. I don't have the edge of the paper with the name of the restaurant on it. Carolina something, maybe?


Oh my goodness! Yes. That swirl design felt like it should be familiar. Carolina Cafe. I can see it from my window every day now.

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 Post subject: Re: Index Card A Day
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pamcook wrote:
mpizzazz wrote:
pamcook wrote:
I especially like the fish.

I don't recognize the paper you mentioned though.


When we had reCreate near your house we went to a cafe in a shopping center nearby for lunch and that was the paper they used for wrapping or lining sandwich baskets. You asked for a few extra sheets for me. I don't have the edge of the paper with the name of the restaurant on it. Carolina something, maybe?


Oh my goodness! Yes. That swirl design felt like it should be familiar. Carolina Cafe. I can see it from my window every day now.


Eventually these things get used. I also used some to cover a few of my journal pages for this trip.

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 Post subject: Re: Index Card A Day
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Week 3-June 15-21
15. Starburst-Black Brusho and glitter gel pen
16. Rainbow-gelato and watercolors
17. Sprout-I ordered Keitha and I special triangular watercolor brushes from an English company, Rosemary and Co. They are for painting leaves. This was my first practice with them.
18. Alphabetize-words from a brochure about gardens
19. Gear or gadget-black areas are my Tim's Tiny Attacher. I never leave home without it!
20. yin/yang-the sun and moon
21. Simplicity-combined quotes from Robert Browning and Robert Venturi


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It's a bore! (less is)

I love these cards and it's great that they're something you can work on no matter where you are.

I brought a stamping project with me today. Drowning my sorrows in craft supplies. Was supposed to be off today but co-worker's dog had emergency surgery yesterday. :angry42:

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 Post subject: Re: Index Card A Day
PostPosted: Fri Jun 23, 2017 7:57 am 
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Great use of the yupo paper, Marianne!! the cards are all fun to see... great way to try out different techniques and materials!

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 Post subject: Re: Index Card A Day
PostPosted: Fri Jun 23, 2017 11:07 am 
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Another great set of cards, Marianne. I'd like to buy an "A"...

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