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July 24, 2013

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lyle baxter

love those scrappy quilts they'd be great on the lid of a box! I've been covering the lids of cigar boxes with a variety of things buttosn, shells, lrtters - a few scrappy ones would be good too! we have a place to get them free and they are good for storing small art supplies! . I'll have to check the scrap "basket"!! thanks for the thought!

gloria

Those are great Stephanie. I agree about covers for the lid of boxes. I love that quilt look. Well done.:) Have a wonderful day.
gloria

Meri @ Meri's Musings

Totally fun!

Dawn

brilliant as usual!!

The Adventurous art teacher

How fun! Just love all the color, your blog always brings a smile to my face. :))

Chris

I almost teared up. In the eye department. Do you know how much I love it when scraps become mosaicky goodness? No? One of my favorite things is paper mosaic. And stitching it is even better! Just think of how you can use those for MORE scrappy birds! Or scan them for collage sheets! Or make journal covers! Or frames for pictures! Or origami boxes!

You can see why I got a bit weepy...

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