I accidentally stumbled across an online challenge called "Februllage." The Scandinavian Collage Museum and Edinburgh Collage Collective are the hosts of Februllage -- a combination of the words "February" and "collage." The challenge is to make a collage a day throughout the month of February, using the prompts from the Februllage Official Word Prompt Calendar:
The challenge is hosted on instagram. Even if you don't wish to participate, I think the work that people are doing is super inspiring. So I thought you might like to see a few of the entries from the first two days (these images are embedded from instagram and won't show up in the email version of this post, please click HERE to view this post on the web):
So much good stuff. I am participating in Februllage -- mixing it together with my #100DayChallenge. My style of painted paper collage isn't as well represented in Februllage. I feel like most of my fellow collagers are doing found paper juxtaposition collage. That said, there are many different styles represented and it's nice to see that there are so many ways to be creative with collage!
I hope you feel inspired to cut and paste some paper. Thanks for stopping by!
P.S. There are two seats left in tomorrow afternoon's CanvasWorkspace Online class via Zoom. It's $35 and you get a recording of the class to review whenever you wish.