Blue Photo Collage

For a personal and artistic touch, create a collage with old photos and a little paint.

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Using complementary shades of tan and blue, they create an art project based on their honeymoon trip to Alaska.

Materials and Tools:

rubber gloves
2 canvas boards (9x12 and 14x18)
paper plate
sponge
paint brush
glue
paint
printed paper copies of photos

Figure A

Steps:

1. Apply a thin layer of glue to the surface of the canvas with the sponge (figure A).

Figure B

2. Place the photos on the canvas in an overlapping and layered fashion (figure B).

3. Cover the entire canvas with pictures and fold the excess part of the photos over the edges of the canvas.

Figure C

4. Apply matching paint to any empty spaces to finish (figure C) and blend the photos together.

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