The only thing I had in mind was to try using paint as a resist. I saw Tim Holz demo his distress paint used as a resist. I bought only one color of the distress paint, Antique Linen, because he said it's the closest to the color of a manilla tag. So, that's how most of these started out, using linen colored paint dabbed through a stencil, on a couple of cheap file folders.
This one does show how the paint acts as a resist. It also shows where the paint blobbed in the middle of the design. The metallic spray in the top left corner is much prettier in person by the way.
I'm sure these will end up as "parts" in a collage some day. And I'm sure I'll play more with the photo paper in the future. It reacts so differently, there are discoveries just waiting to happen!