VIDEO: How To Make A Patterned Paper Cactus Collage

A Patterned Paper Cactus Collage

So you all know how I am trying to use up my patterned paper right? And from what you have been telling me you are too! So how about this as a project idea? I’ve used one of my household cactus plants to make a cute little collage and paper pieced picture. I am sharing my full collage process in my video today plus some tips and tricks to help you with your collage.

All the patterned paper I have used is a bit out of date so I haven’t listed the exact papers that I used in my supplies list but the I have listed everything else, so you can find that under the video as usual!

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VIDEO: How To Make A Patterned Paper Cactus Collage

 

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Patterned papers

Daler Rowney – Mixed Media Spiral Sketchpad (I use A3 and cut it down)
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Tracing Paper
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Glue stick
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pencil

doily

scissors

spare paper

tweezers

 

You can find a list of my favorite and most used art supplies here.

 

A Patterned Paper Cactus Collage

I have also put together a playlist of some of most popular patterned paper, found paper and DIY patterned paper videos for you.

Have fun with your collage.

Kim



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Kim Dellow

Kim Dellow is an artist–designer–film-maker living the creative life in London, UK. She’s a freelance creative for the craft industry and others, and she loves to share her art-ventures on her blog.

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