Good to hear that this collage found a loving home.
It is interesting to study what kind of things actually make us doubt when working/creating. At some point I developed a fear for empty canvases. I had great urge to form collages and paint but I was so afraid of making mistakes that I couldn't even begin one. I've received much help from Julia Camerons book called The Artist's Way. I tend to plan sometimes a bit too seriously before actually working with my canvases and the book helped me to discover how to find great results just by freeing the inner child and letting it just play with different materials and ideas. And the childs eyes saw so much more than I could have ever seen.
The results of using Camerons methods surprise me every time. Another great way to understand doubts better has been writing them down. They are easier to examine that way. Sometimes I even do short comic strips out of them. Do you write some kind of journal about your work/thoughts outside internet?
Oh, and I found and liked your Fb -page. It is beautiful!
With 26 favs so far given to this work, I wonder if it makes sense for you to doubt too much. Surely I understand that it is important also to feel good and content about the work you present to other people.
I meant I had my doubts when I posted it, now I can see that others enjoy it too. In fact I was surprised that my daughter faved it, because she could see it anytime. Then she later told me how much she likes it and so I gave the collage to her. Funny thing how I second guess myself, you are right.