365 Collages | Week 20

Collage: Hand over the Scissors
Hand over the Scissors

Another seven collages finished and all I can say is: I still love project 365 Collages!

Right now I’m creating 4-5 collages in one sitting. I get into a creative flow that makes it hard to stop working. With each new creation I get more ideas that I want to try. I am looking through different boxes and folders for fun papers, and when I’m in the right mood they all seem to fit perfectly together!

Collage: Smile With Me
Smile With Me

I would love to know which of my collages you like best – and why. Let me know in the comments!

Collage: Flipside
Flip side

Collage: The Smell of Citrus
The Smell of Citrus

Collage: In Rouge
In Rouge

Collage: Matters of the Heart
Matters of the Heart

Collage: Taste Life Today
Taste Life Today

Thanks for looking. Have a great Glue it Tuesday my dear ones!

Previously: week 19 and Next: week 21

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17 Responses to 365 Collages | Week 20

  1. I really like the first one! Perfect for a crafty room’s wall :)

  2. Dawn says:

    Ooh they are all fab Hannah but In Rouge draws my eye the most,I love the oriental text and colours.
    Hugs x

  3. maryk says:

    hanna, these are all wonderful. i love the little happy birds, but i would say my favorite one is the first one. i like steampunk and this has that “flavor” along with the bright, cheery colors. great job, tfs

  4. Ok. So, I just found your blog as I was searching for more info about taking thrifted books and turning them into art journals. I’m planning on doing this with my kids this summer. And I just have to say….your blog rocks! I adore your artwork. Thanks for sharing all of this! :)

  5. aimee says:

    happy, happy, happy color! I have a tablecloth with a swatch of the yellow floral pattern in the top collage!

  6. It’s wonderful when you get in that creative flow and the magic just happens. My fave this week is Hand Over the Scissors – the right touch of whimsy and color to make me smile.

  7. Betsy says:

    These are all so lovely. I can tell you were in the Zone! I really like the style of all of them, but if I had to pick a fav, it would be In Rouge – or Flip side – or Citrus! (Love them all)

  8. Kate Burroughs says:

    My favorite is “Hand Over The Scissors.” I love the focal image of the scissors in a woman’s hand. The background colors are nice too and go together. Thank you for posting these. You inspire me!
    Aloha, Kate

  9. Jo says:

    I like Matters of the Heart best, Hanna, because I love trees, I love your use of red and it’s not cutesy. :)

  10. April says:

    I love visiting your blog – especially today. The color, texture, composition all so beautiful. You have such a great eye.

  11. Deb says:

    think my favorite is Flip Side. I like the dated paper with the stencils on top. And that one long dark rectangle that pops out against the bright colors. I also love the Japanese paper (?) in your In Rouge collage – reminds me of some paper my sister gave me. {:-Deb

  12. Susie Lafond says:

    these are all wonderful. I adore Flip Side my personal favorite

  13. Rinda says:

    I also love flip side.
    Happy Glue it Tuesday.
    Rinda

  14. Marit says:

    I know these kind of ‘collage flows’ you’re talking about Hanna… I do have that sometimes working on index card series… I have problems choosing the one I like best, there are three. “Hand over the Scissors” – because of the bright colors and boldness of the total image, “Flip side” – for the photo strip and subtle crayon (?) scribbles, and “In Rouge” for the vintage feeling, beautiful color and chinese (?Japanese?) characters… we were thinking the same way last week.

  15. Tina says:

    Loving “Hand Over the Scissors”! I like the way the hand is coming out of the beautiful flowers and the colors are so cheerful and compliment each other so nicely. Great work once again!

  16. Anny says:

    They are all wonderful, but I like the first one best!

  17. Natasha says:

    I really like ‘Smile with me’. I think it is the lines, and sense of energy, but something made me go back to that one.

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