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gregory a. milinovich

here's a collage i made yesterday. i've had the idea for it bouncing around in my head for awhile, but used my day off yesterday as a chance to finally nail it down. i love it when i have time on a day off to collage. it is so rewarding for me. hope you have a great friday. peace.


Crafty P said…
this is kinda weird, but I was just thinking YESTERDAY, "I wonder what if Greg has made anything lately, he hasn't posted any new collages at all!" and then I thought, "I hope he has time to make something soon". I thought that b/c I know how I feel when I don't have time to "craft" and it drives me bonkers. I was hoping the same thing for myself.
I did get to craft a guitar yesterday out of a new medium... CAKE! it's looking good so far!

ps. love the collage!

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