Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Glue it Tuesday #14 - Challenge within a challenge


I was cleaning my workroom and came across a great way of catching up on my ICAD (Index-Card-A-Day) project at the same time.  Love multi-tasking!


I laid out a bunch of my 3x5 index cards and sprayed some Loctite Spray Adhesive on them.  Great stuff.  Then I took some of my "drop paper" that I use for protecting my desk surface, and pressed the sheet onto all the cards at once.


Three cards with backgrounds, fast and easy.  It’s a great way of getting some color on a page quickly.    


Want to visit us over at the Gluesday Lounge?  Get a bottle (or can in my case) and come by Aimee’s place at Artsyville!
BTW, have you noticed I have a new URL?  I spent last week trying to figure out why my blog was getting redirected to another website.  And finally found out from GoDaddy that my (unpaid) domain address was absconded by someone, who sold it to a person in Spain.  So be forewarned: Don’t forget to renew your domain.

15 comments:

Rose said...

Great idea! It's nice when you can work on projects in batches like that.

Ariel said...

Great cards.You can save a lot of time when art is made like this, right/

tangledpen said...

Cool cards and effective process!
i like working like this too ;)
Cheers, Jana

Natashalh said...

Cool stuff!

Deborah Weber said...

Brilliant idea and fun cards.

BeadedTail said...

That worked out pretty darn well! Good thinking Deb!

Phoenix Peacock said...

doesnt it just make you feel so productive to make three cards at once! Three fabulous cards at that!

Cheryl said...

Great idea for getting color on a card quick. I'm going to try that soon. Thanks for tip re: renewing domain. I thought it renewed automatically?!*

Andria said...

Great strategy!

Duni said...

That's a great idea, Deb! Never tried it before. Thanks for sharing!
Your comment on my blog had me laughing ;-)

Linda said...

fun cards and a an equally fun way to make some backgrounds!

Splendid Little Stars said...

How col! You come up with such creative ideas!

Maria Ontiveros said...

What a great idea. Happy GIT!
Rinda

aimee said...

fun!! i love batch processing when it comes to crafting!

Judy Nolan said...

Really great idea! Your results look great, the method is efficient, and apparently you have almost no clean-up to do when you're done. Perfect!

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