Monthly Archives: May 2020

Coats become tea cups..

I am cleaning up from sewing and find these small pieces of wool. They are so small; surely I must discard these little bits of fabric. They were once part of wool coats, purchased from thrift stores and used for … Continue reading

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One mo’ go at “Recycled” prompt

This little card uses the left-over part from die-cutting as a stencil. The leaves seemed cool and refreshing. I could see in my mind a bit of orange–but what? Ah–a swimmer , of course, from a-muse studio “Bathing Beauties.” The … Continue reading

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A third “Recycled” card

It is fun to feel inspired, to putter among my bits of scraps with a goal! I could be cleaning up these scraps; all in good time! This third card utilizes an envelope from junk mail–I just love the blue … Continue reading

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Second “Recycled” card

For this second card, I used scraps in a background collage. The photo of a typewriter is one I took while typing with a l955 Underwood Quiet Tab in my backyard. The plaid stamp was stamped in gray and aquatic … Continue reading

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Inspired by “Recycled”

I haven’t risen to a challenge lately–not a card challenge. Simon Says Stamps posted a Wednesday challenge with the prompt, “Recycled.” I often reuse items for creating, so knew I needed to dedicate some time to play with this. This … Continue reading

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