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365 Somethings #21-27

“Accepting oneself does not preclude
an attempt to become better.”
Flannery O'Connor

"her own self portrait"

includes a bit of a tokyo metro map, found text, papers I painted, cardstock, fabric, clothing tag


includes a translucent ribbon, found text, hand-painted papers, fabric, japanese chiyugami papers, cardstock


includes hand-painted papers, cardstock, fabric, ribbon, found text, part of a photo

"the paper"

includes hand-painted papers, cardstock, part of a photo, found text, paint chip

"freshly minted"

includes found text, painted papers, colored pencil doodles from last summer's ICAD, paint chips, ribbon, fabric, coffee mug circles, cardstock, wrapping paper from shop in thailand, map

"about the field"

includes japanese bank form, post office form, parking receipt, fabric, paint chip, colored pencil doodles, painted papers, cardstock, found text, japanese chiyugami paper

"the elite N"

includes found text, fabric, colored pencil doodles, painted papers, ticket stub from Ottmar Liebert concert, part of a photo, magazine clippings, japanese chiyugami paper

Seven more index card collages.

Still going strong. Still loving the little break in the action that these cards provide. Still loving the small format with lots of details. Searcing for found words to give a little twist or humour to the collage. Trying to get ahead of the game, because February is a busy family month around here.

But indeed I am starting to wonder what I have gotten myself into!

Hanna is creating square collages. There's a Flickr group for 365 Somethings. All of my somethings in this Flickr set and all of the posts at this link.

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Reader Comments (2)

These are great Tammy! I love the wide range of materials you use and your quirky yet strangely appropriate text! I'm still playing along too and am having a blast. Thanks for reminding me to update Flickr! xx

I'm glad you're including descriptions of the materials you used, because it makes me slow down and appreciate each little bit. It's such a great variety of things.

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