So, I’ve gone ahead and cut out the bulk of
my stuff I’m going to use today, and let me just tell you what it is. I’ve got an old
stamp out of a stamp book I had, a little piece of music, just a small piece and just
some images from a photo book of some aerial views of photography out of an airplane and
again, this piece of a South America map. Now, I’m going to begin. I have all this stuff.
I’m going to just kind of assemble it and see what it looks good where. So, I know I
want the corners to be flush, so let me just go ahead and put these in the corners and
again, this was the bottom right corner at a good right angle. Now, this piece is kind
of long, so I think it might fit along the edge here. I can put it any way I want, I
like this shadow of this plane on this picture, so I might put it like this. And I might just
overlap some things here and see how it looks. And again play around with different arrangements.
There’s no right or wrong way to do it or anything like that. See, these are a little
too long so, instead of cutting them, I’m just going to overlap them so they all fit
on here, this will go in the corner and this piece should fit right here. And I have this
stamp again, so I’m going to try to find an empty space. That’s kind of just an accent
with the red. I think the red on the blue might look actually, so let’s put it right
here. So, I have it assembled. I think I’m going to use glue for this. You can use tape
although glue lasts a little bit longer. Double sided tape is a little bit more expensive
than the glue here, so we’re ready to put this down and finish the collage.