Learn how to do reverse collage with scrapbook paper, gift wrap, or scrap magazines. This technique can be used on any clear plastic or glass pieces, such as plates, vases and bowls.
Stay hydrated and get creative at the same time! Collage craft ideas take on a whole new look with this Upcycled Water Jug Bank. Add this bank you your desktop or mantel and start saving for a fantastic voyage or must-have product.
Use an inexpensive paper napkin to create a collage on virtually any surface, including wood, glass, plastic or textile. This technique uses a colorful paper napkin for a travel collage.
Napkins aren't just for clean freaks and germaphobes. In fact, you can make napkin crafts using pretty decorative papers, adhesives and more. A Layered Napkin Collage can be hung on a wall or displayed on a mantel to add color to a plain space.
Turn an inexpensive picture frame into a decorative tea tray to serve afternoon tea, snacks or breakfast in bed. The reverse collage technique uses gift wrap, scrapbook paper or even magazines.
Turn a double frame into a collage and corkboard combination with this project from Amy Anderson. Amy uses a mixed media kit from Gauche Alchemy for this creative craft project.
Make a butterfly collage card as a gift for any special occasion. Use miscellaneous collage materials such as lace, vintage texts and papers.
Change your old ideas about collages. Instead of cut-out pictures, try using old muffin tins to create art. Recycle old metal sheets from your kitchen and turn them into works of wall art.
Look at pictures of your school chums any time you want - on a yellow school bus. Make this too-cool-for-school photo collage today.
If you're looking for a great gift idea for a friend, look no further than this Simple Shredded Paper Collage. Make wall art that's easy to create but so fun to display. Use magazines you have on hand to create a unique piece.