Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Monday, January 30, 2006

Sunday, January 29, 2006



Made on the scanner. From the archives.

Friday, January 27, 2006

Clown Town

Oldie from FANTASY ROOMS, Collage Interiors blog shared with Michael.

The Sawdust Ring

Sawdust Ring Two

The Big Top

The Big Top

Big Top

For the benefit of Mr. Kite.

One from the archives to start off with.

Thursday, January 26, 2006

Theme of the week - CIRCUS

Step right up collagists! This week's theme is CIRCUS. I look forward to seeing your big top creations!

Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Freedom Flies!

Freedom Flies

Here's a hint: The pun is in the title. Think ├╝ber-Americanism, pre-Iraq war :)

The Dali Llama Says "Think Outside The Box"

Fork Lift Truck

Monday, January 23, 2006

Sunday, January 22, 2006

Slow Boat to China

I got a little carried away, which is nothing new I guess. I started with one in mind and then put another, then another. One's pretty obscure, the others not so bad. Posted by Picasa

People Who Live in Grass Houses Shouldn't Throw Bones

Friday, January 20, 2006

End Table

wee clothes at midnight

Let the Chimps Fall Where They May

Squirrel and His Nuts

This is an old one from the Collage Kids archive but looking forward to making some on this theme.

Thursday, January 19, 2006

Time(x) Flies When You're Having Fun.

Theme of the week - PUNS

Seven days without a pun makes one weak. So get your punny bones into high gear and dazzle us with your wit. To add a little more fun to this one, when you post your collage, don’t tell us the pun. Let’s see if anyone can figure it out. Title your piece GUESS? so we know it needs solving. Once the pun has been solved, then you can go back and title it. Have fun!

Senora Habichuelas Coloradas Pequenas


Frank Lloyd Wright Fan Club - Deli

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Sunday, January 15, 2006

Clothes Horse

Cate, who lives in Kentucky, always leaves wonderful comments on Scrapiteria. Please welcome her!

My whole life I have loved to draw after watching my Dad doodle for me, but I've never had any art training unless you count "elementary school art" which I took in training to be a teacher. I'm retired now and helping to babysit grandchildren, but also free enough to get started doing some art for the fun of it.

I happened on Michael's site by chance, and loved his collages. From there I found the Scrapiteria site, and I've been an avid fan ever since. I can now almost always recognize who the artists are by their "style" before I scroll down to see their name.

I decided to give collage a try when my granddaughter (5)was visiting, but hers got finished and mine didn't. I found out I'm much slower than she is. So I finished it up later, and had so much fun doing it, I know it won't be my last.


Dylan Hunt, TX

Open Up

Dylan Hunt, TX

Backside of a Collage

Dylan Hunt, TX

Natacha and Rudy are Sentenced to Death

Scrappyboy, NY

Amphibian Pattern

Dylan Hunt, TX

Welsh Holiday Home

In This Style

In This Style

Suffolk Fishermen