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Jul 3, 2019

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Rhonda's New Project
Again, thank you Shasta for sharing the link to Daisy Yellow's "Index Card project." It's been a life saver for something to do while waiting to move into the new house.  I've been canning but that's a waiting game between the next step of rinsing the cucumbers to marinating them in the spices, etc. So this is new project is one where as I think of things to place on the cards, I can look thru magazines and old books, cut things out, then throw away, ahem, secretly get rid of the trash....shhhhhh.....Mr. Cowboy doesn't like for me to use his tractor/Ag magazines to cut from but what he doesn't know won't hurt ME!!!......LOL.
Anyway, I decided to make my Index Card project about All Things Texas as I see it. I made 4 in one sitting while Mr. Cowboy was baling hay......I know, sneaky was I.


Needled Mom said...

Cute idea and a great project in between canning days.

Gene Black said...

Before I started quilting, I made many "art cards." I was in a couple of groups where we swapped them. Several quilting friends that saw them online said "You are doing quilt designs, start quilting!"

Shasta Matova said...

These cards have made it easier for me to look at my magazines as art fodder instead of quasi books. And once they become art fodder and are cut apart (sometimes before I even read any of the articles!), they are easier to throw away once the art is made.


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