I-CAD #1: Chevron

Here is my first card in the index-card-a-day challenge. As usual, I’m beginning late, but I don’t have to catch up. I’ve fiddled and fussed nearly all day – a lot of time just finding stuff stashed away in boxes.

The challenge is about the DOING and not the
It is the process of creating each day that matters.

The prompt is chevron and I have created a pub sign using cardboard, torn paper, printed letters, gel pens, crayons and a sea-dragon made from several silver stickers (it scanned black and looks better!). Thanks for looking.


I don’t know if you remember, but all my cards will relate to my novel.



11 Comments Add yours

  1. prior says:

    really cool card C 🙂

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    1. ChristineR says:

      Thanks, Yvette. 🙂

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  2. Elizabeth says:

    Hi Christine, Love it! You have talent for art! And the idea to connect the cards to your novel is perfect! Good start!

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    1. ChristineR says:

      Thanks Elizabeth. I thought the cards are good idea to deepen my understanding of the world I have created. I’ll catch up with you on Instagram when I upload today’s card. 🙂

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  3. Outstanding. I’m terrible with this sort of thing, but I love to watch from over here if it’s okay with you. 😀

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    1. ChristineR says:

      You may, Tess. 🙂

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  4. sue says:

    I’m a bit like Tess, but I can copy things but I can’t invent them for myself. Will love seeing what you come up with

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    1. ChristineR says:

      The old brain is working over time! Today’s prompt is carnival. It is one thing I haven’t worked on in my world-building, but all societies have some sort of celebrations and it was in the back of my mind anyway.


  5. Aunt Beulah says:

    Your chevron is most appealing. I spent some time studying it. You are most clever and creative, Christine; I’m looking forward to the rest of your cards.

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