Daily Paper Prompt #56: Torn Paper Collage


The prompt is to use torn layers of paper to create a collage. I made two examples by tearing japanese papers to create the look of mountains or waves with various peaks and valleys. 

 The first is stitched to an index card, with the stitching echoing the waves.

The second is glued in a simple journal that I created with watercolor paper. I painted the back of each piece with fluid matte medium and glued to the page. Above the papers, the perfect space for slow journaling. {How convenient... DPP #27: Slow Journaling}

Remember to work your layers so that there is an illusion of depth. The mountains or waves closest to you will be glued on the topmost layer, so I actually glued the highest bits here first and worked my way down.

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