Making a Start: ICAD 2013

Yay! ICAD 2013 is underway. The first day was a family affair. Here’s my start:

icad #1

Gman drew a pumpkin:

icad #1

Waif went with a map (a favourite theme from previous years):

icad #1

And even Daddy joined in, following the first day’s prompt of “zebra”:

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13 thoughts on “Making a Start: ICAD 2013

  1. Suzy says:

    Nice! Enjoyed seeing the family art! Look forward to seeing more.

  2. Fun! What a delight to see your family’s “body of work.”

  3. This looks like such a cool challenge!

  4. craftymadre says:

    I love that the whole family is getting in on this! I’m definitely going to see if my boy will play along.

  5. […]  – Another new blog for me to follow.  I love that the whole family is getting in on it.  I’m going to see if I can convince the boy do make some with me. […]

  6. Oh I love that you all joined in! Master 9 told me he would do a card if he was bored and had nothing else better to do, so we will see. Miss 6 seems much more keen, even if her cards are taking on her ‘more is more’ style. 🙂

    I love the arrows on your cards. I had the idea to only do collage on my cards and one of my ideas was arrows. I love how they look!

    • vivjm says:

      I loved your daughter’s “more is more” style!!
      I think ICAD is a great challenge to get children involved with. My kids always love working on a small scale like this, so it’s right up their street.

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