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Get Your Index-Card-A-Day {ICAD} Badge

Learn about Index-Card-A-Day at the ICAD FAQ.

Please grab one of the ICAD badges below. There are several styles to choose from!

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Reader Comments (10)

I was wondering if the index cards have to be 3x5 (as mentioned in the other post concering ICAD), because I already have a pack of 4x6?

{Tammy}: Amy, I'll add this to the ICAD FAQ but yes if you want to use 4x6" index cards that is up to you. I'm going to ask folks to limit the size to 4x6" to stay true to the goal of the challenge. Thanks for asking!

I'm in! (of course):-)

{Tammy}: Viv, Of course! Rock on!

03.12.2013 | Unregistered CommenterViv

May I ask a really simple question? Can one use any form of card/paper in 3 x 5? Have a very large stash of gloss photo paper which always came as a freebie when buying printer ink. Never had the need for it. So rather than this stuff just sit there.......

Agree with Mama Jenn that this is a great project for the little people :)

Thank you for the link regarding ideas of what to do with all those finished masterpieces - very helpful!

{Tammy}: Pecan Pie & Walnuts, The ICAD challenge is to use index cards up to 4x6" size. Of course you may choose to participate in whatever way you see fit.

Yay! I am so looking forward to this! I'm expecting at the end of May, and I've been trying to find some ideas about how to stay creating/sane with a newborn (last time, my mat leave painting-a-day projects got smaller and smaller until some of the 4th month ones were little acrylics, 4cm by 4cm)

05.6.2013 | Unregistered CommenterAmanda

This had to be one of my top favourite creative things last year - I'm so excited to do it all over again - thanks Tammy!

05.23.2013 | Unregistered CommenterSara

Tammy, your site is one of my top 3 favorite art sites. Everything you do is so wonderfully colorful! Thanks so much for the badges. I put one up on my site and have posted about your ICAD challenge with links. Many of my friends homeschool and I've encouraged them to get their children involved in the ICAD challenge for the summer. I just bought one of your Zines, too (#7). Amazing. I can't wait to try everything. Thank you so much for giving me the courage to try art. It has brought so much joy to my life. Thank you.

05.30.2013 | Unregistered CommenterCarolyn

I am so excited!! I have done cards every day for 21 days! A new habit is officially formed! Off to add the ICAD badge to my site!

Tammy, you are such a faithful-encourager with a generous heart to inspire us {and provide such great prompts!} for this art-making! Thank you! ~hugs

06.21.2013 | Unregistered Commenterstargardener

loved this last year and am ready to participate again in 2014

04.1.2014 | Unregistered Commenterjoanne

SO EXCITED ... what a great way to start the summer ... thanks!

04.2.2014 | Unregistered CommenterKim T

I'm so excited for ICAD to start. This was such a wonderful project last year for me, and I'm stoked and ready. Badge on the blog. Touting the goodness of ICAD and Daisy Yellow everywhere I go! I'm proud to have DY as my art "home".

04.21.2014 | Unregistered CommenterBetty R

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