It’s a Family Affair

It’s not just me doing the ICAD Challenge this year. As in previous years, the boys have joined in. And this year, even my husband is having a go. Yay!

Here are our latest cards:

My husband’s:

icad #3 - m

Mine:

icad #4 - v

Gman’s:

icad #4 - g

And Waif’s:

icad #4 - r

The three seemingly random phrases at top left are the names of the songs he has created, hence the musical notes🙂. If you like a bit of rap, and you want to have a listen then his Soundcloud stream can be found here. Gman also creates rap music and he even has a whole blog dedicated to his musical experiments, which you can find here.

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One thought on “It’s a Family Affair

  1. gypsy999 says:

    How fun that you are all playing along. It’s interesting to see how the kids’ work has evolved {remembering last year}.

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