Saturday, June 26, 2010

What's My Line

Please say hello to Michael (Coffee Messiah) from Indiana!  He is a Scrapiteria reader and decided to submit collages for this week's theme.  Welcome and thanks for contributing!

Friday, June 25, 2010

Hollywood Squares

Perfect Match

Perfect Match was a cringe-worthy Australian dating game show which aired on television in the 1980s.

??? Name "That" Collage ???

!!Yes, it's everyones favorite Game Show,
well maybe just yours....
!!Name That Collage!!
Where the contestants try and guess the name of "that" collage, with no helpful clues at all,
and little chance to win!
Hopefully one of today's lucky participants will get it right!!!
for those of you out there in our TV audience, Please feel free to play along at home,
and for anyone listening in on our radio program, Good Luck!!

Name That Spy

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Accidental Amputation

If this looks a bit different from my regular work, it is because it has been a "work in progress" for approximately 4 years :)

Tuesday, June 08, 2010

Monday, June 07, 2010

Friday, June 04, 2010

third coffee break

a little color and caffeine :D  Available for trade.

6 (or more) shades of grey

Traded to Wasted Papiers :)

Roving Thoughts

Traded to Michael.

Messenger from Outer Space

Traded to Michael.


Available for trade

Miss Print

Traded to Angelica.

Dr. Medals

Available for trade.

Thursday, June 03, 2010

Good Dolls at Low Prices

 Traded to Michael.

Blooms not Fumes

Traded to Viv.

Egg Hunt

Over the head with a 4x4

I guess this is the smallest collage I've ever done. When I cut the 4x4 piece of paper I was shocked at how small it was!  I decided to use only scraps and give myself the added challenge of no negative space (an extra challenge for me).

                                   Traded to Angelica :D

This Must Be The Plaice

Traded to Angelica.

Theme of the Week - 4x4

Open theme.  The only rule is that the collage be four inches by four inches.  If you feel like it, you can also trade them.  Just write under the collage, "available for trade."