Today’s art idea is a 3D landscape. Decide what type of landscape you want-jungle, desert, forest, garden, etc. think about your landscape in three layers-far, middle, near. Choose three pieces of paper all the same size. They can be as big or small as you want. My example is 6x8. Cut a rectangle in the middle of each paper. One having a 1” border, another having 1.5” and the last having a 2” border. Inside the 2” border rectangle glue or tape a drawing of something that would be far away in your landscape. I drew mountains in the distance for my jungle landscape. Set aside. Inside the 1.5” border rectangle add some collage shapes of objects that would be not close enough to touch or get to “quickly”. I made a couple tress and a vine. These items can cross the frame and be glued to the top and/or bottom. Finally for your last rectangle, the one with the largest space (1”) create lots of details of things that are close to you in your landscape, these items would be seen the most clear and be the largest out of the three layers. Once all three layers are complete take a paper towel roll and cut 8 loops. Glue 4 of these loops-one on each side of your farthest rectangle and add a dot I glue on the top of each loop. Place your middle layer on top of the loops. Place four more loops into this layer each with a dot of glue on top. Place your closest layer on top. Allow to dry and display your beautifully unique and 3D artwork!