Our Daily Paper Prompt for today was designed by Lauren Bergold. So I will turn the microphone over to Lauren and you'll note the APPLAUSE sign flashing in the corner.
"Process is more important than outcome. When the outcome drives the process we will only ever go to where we’ve already been. If process drives outcome we may not know where we’re going, but we will know we want to be there."
Bruce Mau, an incomplete manifesto for growth
Hi, I'm Lauren Bergold, I've been playing in the Daisy Yellow Universe all summer, and I'd like to thank Tammy for thinking up her brilliant ICAD/DPP idea in the first place, for continuing to provide us with interesting prompts and encouragement throughout September, and for inviting me to come along as a guest hostess.
The layers in my collage include: my own enhanced photographs; book paper with a stenciled and misted bird; hindi newspaper and vintage sheet music stained with paints and inks; an old sewing pattern; some vintage trading stamps; swirly rub-ons augmented with machine stitching; and clear texty deco-tape.
My first love artistically is collage, and my primary art journaling goal is to be more interested in process than outcome, so for today's prompt I'd love for you to join me in making a collage which incorporates *LOTS* of layers! Your layers can consist of different papers, images, ephemera, techniques (sewing, drawing, writing, folding, beading), media (ink, paint, mist, gesso, charcoal, pastels), colors, ideas, artistic styles... in short, a "layer" can be anything you want! Don't worry about achieving a lovely end result, concentrate on the creative process, on trying at least one thing that's brand new to you, and-- especially-- on having ♥FUN♥! There are no boundaries or limitations, you don't have to make sense, or even wind up with a "finished" piece, so go as wild as you want!
Be sure to add a link here to your creations, and post to the flickr group; I can't wait to see what you will make!
Find ALL of the prompts at this link:Daily Paper Prompts