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I've got this desire to collage but am overwhelmed by the prospect. Where to start? Scrapatorium has a great exercise posted on her blog, which is an incredible source of inspiration. Using her suggestions, I made this:

Yay! One of my first collages! Practice, practice, practice. I notice little white edges on the elements I've cut out; I don't have any technique; always overcritical. But I had fun doing it, and I guess that's The Point.


Momma_Dee said…
Yes! Yes! Yes!
You are so creative. Your Halloween costumes were a creation. Your yard displays are creations. You have a wonderful eye.
Ana said…
Ditto Momma_Dee.
Geez, when do you find the time, girl?!
Gina said…
Oh, I love it!

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