365 Collages | Week 19 | Looking back & moving forward

We just passed the “Summer Middle”, and with this post I’m sharing a few “leftovers” or let’s rather call them catch up collages from previous weeks.

I’ve already shared week 17 (Being a Paper Squirrel) and week 18 (Ironic Midsummer Romance) this week so I guess the whole concept is confusing not only to me, but to you too by now, but ignore that please. It’s just art, and my way of keeping count might be confusing, but all it is is a way forward.

Let’s move forward together, shall we?

The Golden Start - leftover from week 1 - Collage no 128 of 365 by iHanna #3365somethings2018
The Golden Start – leftover from week 1, collage by iHanna.

For example, the collage above was made in week one this year, and the one below in week two. That means I made 8 collages those weeks, and these have been left without a home for a few months. I feel like now it’s time to share them.

Click the week number if you want to check back on the week they actually “belong too”. I think you can tell that they’re made at the same time, right?

Here’s the rest of the seven cath-up-collages.

At the Printer leftover of CMYK week 2 - Collage no 129 of 365 by iHanna #3365somethings2018
At the Printer leftover of CMYK week 2, a collage by iHanna.

Plant a Dream today leftover from week 12 - Collage no 130 of 365 by iHanna #3365somethings2018
Plant a Dream today – leftover from week 12, collage by iHanna.

Can you see her perplexion leftover from week 13 - Collage no 131 of 365 by iHanna #3365somethings2018
Can you see her perplexion – leftover from week 13, collage by iHanna.

People watching leftover from week 16 - Collage no 132 of 365 by iHanna #3365somethings2018
People watching – leftover from week 16, collage by iHanna.

Rainy Day at Home leftover from week 17 - Collage no 133 of 365 by iHanna #3365somethings2018
Rainy Day at Home leftover from week 17, collage by iHanna.

He just didn't get the attraction thing leftover from week 18 - Collage no 134 of 365 by iHanna #3365somethings2018
He just didn’t get the attraction thing – leftover collage from week 18, the ironic romantic week!

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iHannas 365 Collages Week 19 in 2018: Looking back on past collage weeks #365somethings2018

365 Collages – looking back and moving forward

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This project is part of my 365 Somethings 2018 and I call it 365 Collages by iHanna |Other Participants and Resources.

Bonus: Feel free to leave me a comment on a previous week 19 of collages, from back when I did a 365 project in 2013, in case you don’t remember it or didn’t read my blog back then.

Thanks for being here, and reading my blog and leaving me a comment below letting me know which of these collages you like the best – and why? I’m curious & appreciate your feedback a lot. :-)


Previously: Week 18 | Next: Week 20

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4 Responses to 365 Collages | Week 19 | Looking back & moving forward

  1. Arielle says:

    Love the names youve given your collages this year! Thanks for continuing to share your journey with us!

  2. Aimee says:

    I love “People Watching” and “Rainy Day At Home”, in part because I love the small colored illustrations you used in those two collages. What is the source of those illustrations? Is it a vintage book? Those images are so sweet!

    But really, all the collages are great.

    • iHanna says:

      Yes, they’re from a vintage school book for reading in Swedish I think. I got it for the cute illustrations, and the ones I don’t use I include in collage kits on Etsy. No waste here! :)

  3. Sarah says:

    This group is one of my favorites so far! XO

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