Dimensional Collage Fragments
Recycling seems to be where I'm getting my inspiration at the moment my last piece of work was using recycled plastic packaging and now I have been playing with corrugated cardboard paints and inks and made this hanging.
Over at Studio L3 the CC challenge #34 this week set by Linda is Dimensional Collage Fragments on page 63 of Tim's CC book, I can't tell you how I have completed the fragment those are the rules....... although I can tell you that I stamped the group onto a book page then onto a flower sticker from the ~TH retro paper stack which if you look closely you will see on the dress of the girl and waistcoat of the little boy and then I mounted this onto the stamped picture for colour, I also used parts of other flower stickers in the collage the rest of the technique was from ~TH book Compendium of Curiosities. All images stamped behind the fragment are TH. Pop over to Studio L3 and have a look at the great art there.
For a place for the fragment to sit I drew around a small dinner plate onto corrugated packaging and peeled away some of the layers and then using TH paint dabbers in green and pink and splashed some colour around, I wanted some bright colour for Springtime and to tie in with the colours in the stickers I used in the fragment.
My inspiration for the layout came from Inspirational Card Sketches ICS, I loved this weeks sketch and thought it was just right for this piece so I am joining in there, pop over and have a look at some great inspiration.
Also joining in at The Cheerful Stamp Pad
Materials used: Tim Holtz, Stampin' Up! Martha Stewart Punche
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