100 Day Project

My interest in the 100 Day Project started when I was viewing some Instagram posts. I read information on the project and ran across this quote:
Creativity is a habit, and the best creativity is the result of good work habits.
Twyla Tharp

I decided to make 2.5″ x 3.5″ small art trading cards only because I had some 2.5″ muslin strips already cut for another project. I liked this small project, because it did not require much time or material preparation. It also gave me the opportunity to record special memories of people, events, places, or things on fabric. This project was a great way to spark my energy and creative process. I chose to thread sketch, applique, collage, or embroider…whatever caught my fancy each morning. πŸ˜‰
Each day, I added the piece onto a Power Point. Today, I learned how to turn a Power Point into a video.

This was an enjoyable project. Now, I have to figure out what I want to do next. πŸ€”

7 thoughts on “100 Day Project

      1. Thanks for the suggestion. I looked up some tutorials on making a wrap around covet and this might work. The problem is how to get the pieces into signatures. I plan on fooling with this tomorrow.

  1. I didn’t make signatures, just top stitched the pages together. Then made a wrap around inner and outer cover. Then stitched from the centre page down the spine. Will email you some photos

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