I've been a busy girl these days: quilting, appliqueing, shooting a few books and ... watching some great high school baseball games. I set deadlines and goals for myself and when I meet a deadline or reach a goal I treat myself to a little crafting time.
With the stained paper towels still sitting on my work table, I just grabbed a few pieces and got to work crafting this morning. I started by rubber stamping a few towels with a butterfly and honeycomb motifs.
These cards are so satisfying and quick, I love working on this smaller size collage.
Here's what you do:
Gather used paper towels that have been stained with paint and glitter and iron them flat. Stamp paper towels with desired images.
Cut the paper towel into 1" squares and arrange them on a rectangle panel and adhere with spray adhesive.
On the back, iron a panel of freezer paper to give the paper towel some stability, and punch out flower motifs.
Using spray adhesive, adhere the panel to a watercolor paper card and free motion stitch around the paper towels and the flowers. Doodle on the card with white and pink sparkle pens.