Monday, April 25, 2011

Rainbow rememberance

Wow two entries to my blog within one week. Woohoo! Moving right along.

So this double page LO is my attempt on creative. I wanted to use up some little scraps I had soooo.... I took all the scraps that were at least 3x1 inches long and cut them to that length, I did that bc there is 24 inches divided by 8 colors equals 3 inches a piece. I did 12 pieces of each color starting with black, purple, blue, green, yellow, orange, red, then brown. I placed them edge to edge covering the whole page of CS. Then I took white shimmery Bazzill CS and punched 2 inch circles. Then I cut those in fourths. I wrote on each little piece where the paper was used, or at least the ones I could remember. Then I placed the Thickers.

Good way to get rid of scraps and remember things you have given away and remember the faces of the people you gave the gift too!
Challenges for this project:
1) If the shoe fits- Recycled (Fri)
2) Our Craft Lounge- Punches (Fri)
3) Studio 313- Recycled (Fri)
4) Crop Stop- Show me a Rainbow (Thur)
5) Creative Card Crew- Recycled (Tues)
6) Lexi's Creations- Anything but a card (Mon)


  1. What a fabulous project! I just love how you used so many papers for the rainbow effect and the great saying. Thanks so much for playing with us at Crop Stop Challenge Blog this week!

  2. Wow this is fantastic...great job...tfs

  3. This is one super project! Wonderful paper piecing and journaling! Thanks for playing along with our CropStop Challenge Blog!

  4. Nice use of the rainbow theme. Thanks for sharing your project on the CropStop Challenge.

  5. Very creative indeed!
    Wonderful idea!
    Thanks for joining us at LC this week.
    Good luck.
    {{Debs}} xx

  6. this! Thanks for playing our Crop Stop challenge!

  7. What a neat idea - totally rainbow effect. I would love a quilt like this! LOL. It's amazing what can be created from little scraps of paper!!

    Thanks for joining us over at Lexi's Creations this fortnight in our 'Anything but a Card' challenge - good luck.

    xo Lou Mac.

  8. Wow! What a lot of work! It turned out great, love the rainbow of colors! Thankx for coming back to the Hotspot!