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I decided to use the Serendipity collage technique on fibers, so after rooting round in my bag of tail ends (string, yarn, lace, etc.) I chose a monoprint, smeared a mess of glue on it and stuck everything down.  The next day I added some sparkle in the form of microbeads (and then spilled the rest of the contain of beads on the floor!).  Then I cut the thing into 1" strips.    Interesting, yes?
I decided to use the Serendipity collage technique on fibers, so after rooting round in my bag of tail ends (string, yarn, lace, etc.) I chose a monoprint, smeared a mess of glue on it and stuck everything down. The next day I added some sparkle in the form of microbeads (and then spilled the rest of the contain of beads on the floor!). Then I cut the thing into 1″ strips. Interesting, yes?
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I spent an afternoon doing a Serendipity collage. I love the way these turn out. They don't look like much when you glue all the bits of ephemera down to a backing paper, but...
I spent an afternoon doing a Serendipity collage. I love the way these turn out. They don’t look like much when you glue all the bits of ephemera down to a backing paper, but…
...then you cut them into squares or rectangles or punch circles out of them and each one becomes a miniature work of art. It's like magic.
…then you cut them into squares or rectangles or punch circles out of them and each one becomes a miniature work of art. It’s like magic.