You can read more about Humument here, it's very inspiring.
Usually, one page is chosen from a book for all the participants in the swap to pull a sentence out of the same text.
Naturally, each one of them comes up with a specific sentence and decorates the page accordingly.
This swap was different. I found old books and gave the participants pages to work on - from the same book but different pages.
Actually, there were two books - one in Hebrew and one in English.
The result was indeed surprising.
Each participant found several sentences and decorated each page accordingly, all pages different from each other.
I created 9 pages, using various techniques.
First, I chose a specific sentence in each page and marked it with a black pen.
Then I attached the old book pages to CS to make them sturdier.
I colored the whole pages, except for the chosen sentences, with Antique White acrylic paint.
I distressed the edges with Ranger's Vintage Photo distress ink.
I created a collage by adhering images (cut out of recycled magazine pages) according to the subject of each sentence.
I stampe an antique text stamp from Tim Holtz Urban Grunge clear stamp set.
This enhances the fact that although covered by paint, the main issue here is the text itself.
I also stamped the antique text on the back of the CS, where I added the swap's details.
Here are my first 3 pages. I'll post the next pages in the following days.
Page 1 - the sentence is:
"Lulu's hand didn't make dinner."
Page 2 - the sentence is:
"Sascha talked to single women naked"
Page 3 - the sentence is:
"I eat whenever I'm not hungry because It's a relief"
Later on I'll take all the pages, mine and the other participants', and bind them together to create an interesting Humument booklet.
(You can enlarge each photo by clicking on it)
Thanks for stopping by, I hope you enjoyed. Have a creative day! Dorly