*colorful scrap paper
*poster paper to glue all your pieces to
To begin, I printed out some silly family photos on our Canon PIXMA MG7120 and cut them out.
Hope had a lot of fun helping me with this project! We began assembling the collage by cutting out grass for the bottom and a pink car that we turned into an ice cream truck.
This is what the collage looked like all laid out. Whenever I make these, I like to glue as few pieces down as possible. It gives the collage a more 3-D look. I snapped a photo of the collage with my camera and loaded the collage into Photoshop for some final touches. If you don't have Photoshop, that's totally fine! You can do the entire collage just by cutting and pasting! Here is my final product:
After I was satisfied with the my collage, I printed it out using the same PIXMA MG7120 printer and popped it into a frame! I think this is such a fun spin on a traditional family photo. I love the bright colors in our living room. It's already gotten a lot of attention from guests!