Saturday, January 10, 2015

100 Questions

I just finished my first swap of the new year, 100 question snail mail swap via Swap-Bot. There were 100 questions that I had to answer and send to one partner. Although some of my answers are quite short and to the point, I did my best to make it creative so it at least looks more interesting than my answers actually are. I had fun working on this project, but it was a lot more work than I anticipated.

I took an artist's pad and tore it into several quarters, painted each page, and then put it together like a book by punching a couple of holes in it and securing it with twine.

The book from a sideview.

For question number four, I cut out some words and an image from a magazine, as well as wrote a few words. Short and to the point.

Halfway through and my answers get a little more detailed. I'm no artist, but I do enjoy slopping paint on a page.

Sage advice from yours truly. I said the first thing that came to mind.

I can't show you every single page or every question and answer, but you can see the colorful pages stacked here. I hope the recipient appreciates all the love that went into this swap.


Eva A. said...

Nice :)

Lynn Bishop said...

I almost did that swap too! It would have been hilarious if we'd gotten each other!
Heh..we probably could have filled it out on each other's behalf at this point!
Thank you so much for the wrecking journal! I've wanted it for a long time! Working on a letter back to you. xoxox