Index cards as art?

I've tried daily design challenges before, but have never been able to follow through with them for one reason or another. You know the challenges I'm talking about - Draw one specific thing every day in December, or 100 days of hand lettering, or draw something every day for a year. Yeah, in theory those are great. They're all about inspiring creativity and prompting you to make "being creative" a part of your everyday life. Well, that's great... but if you don't keep them up, it doesn't mean a whole lot. 

That's when I stumbled onto the Daisy Yellow website's #ICAD (Index Card A Day) challenge.  

The challenge is about the DOING and not the
KEEPING or PRESERVING or ARCHIVING. 
It is the process of creating each day that matters.
— www.DaisyYellow.com

What you do is you buy a pack of index cards (I got a 100-pack at Target for $0.47) and you draw, paint, collage, doodle, haiku, stamp, sew, color, glue, etc. for 61 days - 1 card per day. 

I'm HOPING to stick with this for the entire 61 days. I'm only 7 days in (I've got plenty of time to create today's design), and I'm going to TRY to post my creations (and some of Maggie's) here for all to see. 

We'll see - fingers crossed.