Bits of left overs too small to go back into stash but too large to throw out. What to do? You start a snippets tin. of course. Only in my case they never made it to the tin as I thought there's no time like the present. Strike while the iron is hot. Following on from the previous post I was going to throw those pieces of paper away where I had cut out the small squares needed to make the card. Picking them up they struck me as being little picture frames and an idea was formed. The small white triangle is actually shrink plastic and the thread left over from doing the edging.
The white card is Bockingford Watercolor paper trimmed to 6" x 12" and folded in half. (From Fluffs stash). Flowers made from odds of white paper coloured with watercolour pencils, layered up with a brad. You can't see very clearly but I pricked a design out using the largest nestie size in my stash as a template and also used part of the frames to mark out the corners. The" Wheres Wally" heart button (see previous post) was made using the shrink plastic and water colour pencil in pale green. No prizes for spotting where this one is I won't be making them all this obvious, in fact some will be right down devious so keep your eyes peeled!!
Nothing bought in, so again I'm 100% squeaky clean.
Going to enter this into Di's Crafty Snippets challenge No 3.
Also the following:
Crafting when we can: New Years Resolutions. (Mine is to only use up stash and not buy new.)
Truly Scrumptious: Shabby Pastels and paint.
Anything Goes: Anything goes.