Monday, April 06, 2015

The 100 Day Project


Day 1 of 100 - Silver Spoon

Day 1 of 100 - Silver Spoon - watercolour on 3.5"x2.5" watercolour paper for the 100 Day Project.

The 100 Day Project is a commitment to do something for 100 days, starting on Monday, April 6/15 and finishing on Tuesday, July 14/15.  The basic premise is to encourage people to do 100 days of making or doing something for the duration and posting it on Instagram or other social media sites.  I'll be posting the finished cards on Instagram and Tumblr.

For me, I picked 100 Artist Trading Cards.  I've always wanted to do them but never got around to it.  I even bought pre-cut cards.  So, I will make 100 Artist Trading Cards - 1 each day for the next 100 days and will give them all away.  I like that it's not about the finished product but rather the process itself. 

Considering my current creative leanings, most of these cards will be watercolour of some sort but no promises.  I'm not vain enough to think that people will fight over them or even want them...there's 100 and I really doubt I'll get a 100 takers.  I'm not even sure if I'll get 5 takers.  What you do with the card is up to you.  Use them as a book marker or a coaster if you want.  I always love the idea of Free Art Fridays so if you don't like your card, leave it in the juice aisle of your local supermarket.  I would think that's pretty cool.  

If you would like a card, email me your address.  I can promise you I won't use your address for anything other than mail you a card.  I'm not a psychotic axe murderer...you'll have to take my word for it.  I won't show up at your house expecting dinner or anything like that. 

Oh, I should also add that this isn't an exchange so you're not expected to send me anything in return.  The cards will be given out randomly.  If you have a preference what card you would like, let me know but no promises. It's going to be nothing fancy - put the card in an envelope and slap a stamp on it.  If you really want to do something, you can pay it forward by doing a random act of kindness in your home town.  There's no obligation on either end...I put a card in the mail and hopefully it won't get lost in the mail and you get a card.  That's it.

Right now, I'm thinking of mailing out the cards after July 14th so there's lots of time if you want to think about it. 

Oh, it helps if I give my email address:  ThymeToDo@gmail.com.


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