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Daily Paper Prompt #52: White Page

Create a page of all WHITE things. This could be an art journal page or a mixed media collage. Cut out imagery from catalogs or magazines that is white, off white, cream, and include a little bit of black or brown to balance out the whiteness. Add fabric, white cardstock with small patterns, postage stamps, text with white background, try to get as much variety as you can.

This is a 9x12" art journal page on heavy cardboard in whites that I created for a guest post at Creative Every Day. The dark brown is actually the background cardboard's natural color.

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Reader Comments (4)

wanna add: I love how aged your pictured art piece looks in this. very cool!

09.26.2012 | Unregistered CommenterOlivia Lane

absolutely LOVE THIS... soooooooooo much lovely texture and gradation of white "colors"! brilliant... in (literally!) every sense!

i'm actually quite happy with mine, though, as well. woohoo! :)

09.27.2012 | Unregistered Commenterlauren

When I am cutting out photos & words, then placing them on paper, I honestly feel silliest about working in my art journal or doing the daily paper prompt. BUT, I must admit, it is often when I have the most fun working on the projects. I guess total silliness is ok for grown-ups.

Though, there's the voice inside my head that says "what would people think if they saw me doing this?". I really like how my white page turned out!

09.27.2012 | Unregistered CommenterSherry

You keep on inspiring me Tammy... keep up the good work and let's rock 'n roll!!!

09.23.2013 | Unregistered CommenterMarit

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