Hi guys! I have been sharing the paper art I created with the Biri Biri kits these past few weeks. I thought for this one I would share the creative ways I am displaying them in my home. I like to think outside of the box with my home, it is what has kept cost low, creativity, uniqueness and a custom feel to my home. I wanted to share Paper painting, creative ways to display art so that when you get your free trial kit (information at the bottom of this post) you have a few different ways to display it in your home. I also am sharing a video of the simple ways I created these art displays. I kept it simple and easy to make so anyone can create Biri Biri art and display it!
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The Biri Biri starter kit comes with everything above. Pretty much all you will need to create your own Japanese paper art!
Each individual art kit comes with this instruction sheet. It has basic steps, details and more advanced techniques. I tried a slightly different technique with each collage I made.
My first collage I made was this greeting card. I sent it to my Grandma and she loved the beautiful details and bright colors. In this post you can find the very detailed step-by-step tutorial I broke down.
The next collage I made was this beauty with grapes. I found out I have a love for creating leaves with this paper art technique. I shared a video in this post with the full view of me making this collage.
I got to create more leaves with this daisy picture. I did a slightly different technique for these leaves, ripping them instead of cutting them.
Here is the collage I just created, a beautiful Geisha apprentice. I loved the colors and textures that came with this one.
Here are the supplies given for this.
The colors in the paper provided are stunning! It makes it really difficult to mess up simply because the product and paper are such a great quality.
Here is what I did with each of the collages. I am not showing the cherries because I already sent that to my Grandma and she is happily displaying it on her refrigerator. I created two wall art pieces, and one serving tray. You can see how I created the tray here. I felt that the grapes worked perfectly as a serving tray. These do not need to be just wall art, as you can see.
The simplicity of this frame lets the Japanese daisies shine all on their own.
I was not sure at first how I can get more creative, I knew I wanted to incorporate the grape collage into my kitchen. I realized a serving tray is such a brilliant way to display this. The Plexiglas over the art protects it from any spills.
Now I just need my husband or kids to bring me breakfast in bed!
This last collage, the Geisha apprentice I used two left over pieces of wood flooring. I snapped them together and glued them in place. Then the rest is a poster board and tacks to attach it all. I wanted a modern but classic look to match the art and I feel like this works perfectly together.
I hope you have enjoyed seeing these creations! I have loved doing Paper painting art technique and was pleasantly surprised with the results. Truth be told I was nervous when I got them in the mail, I was not familiar with the technique and there was a lot of paper. It felt overwhelming. But, go step by step, get creative and enjoy it. I promise you that it is something you will have fun with and want to do again! I am eager to make one with my kids. I think they can do some of the simple steps.
The Paper painting, creative ways to display art was the natural progression for this. I know that you all were loving the art itself, but I wanted to share and make clear what exactly you could do with this art once it is made. I hope you all got some inspiration for when you start making your own Biri Biri art. If you have not, you still have a chance to get a free trial kit of your own! Just go here and the pop up window will come up. Then you enter your information and a kit is sent to you! Have you signed up for a kit of your own? Did anyone get creating yet?