Monday, March 29, 2010

True Scrap

No scrap is wasted. I would be lost without my box of scraps. I keep only ones I really like, otherwise I would drown in a sea of bits and pieces!

My lovely girl from Teesha Moore wears a hat made by stamping a bird stamp several times around her head, then adding a scrap from a damaged vintage hankie from which I salvaged some scraps.

In other news, this week I am one of the guest curators at
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  1. Anonymous4:41 p.m.

    .....postie's been!...and I am absolutely madly and passionately in love ...with every single piece of art that you create! on earth you can create such original pieces day after day, regardless of what emotions you may be going totally beyond belief....who else but Colette would think of stamping little birds overlapping each other in pink!!!...only you!You are quite extraordinary!...and with the risk of repeating myself once again...they broke the mold.........

    Anon...the older one of the two!...OXOXO

  2. She's lovely... Saving scraps? I even save Splenda packets! I'm hoping to put them to use making paper... I think they would make pretty paper...

  3. She is very whimsical! cool that you are on Crescendoh ! And, hey..I agree with Anon..heh hehe

  4. I love scraps ,i save every little piece!

  5. i am a scrapaholic too!! i just finished up some projects tonite and used lots of bits....
    your blog is so inspiring. thanks for such a fun post.

  6. That is one of my favourite stamps.... I love what you have done with it!

  7. I love scraps, well done, so Easter bonnet like!
    I saw you on Crescendoh; Congrats on choosing YOU! (((hugs)))

  8. Anonymous11:04 a.m.

    Cool! I really like that. I'm a fan of NOT wasting and so appreciate your use of scraps, odds, and ends. Giving them new life.

    (off to check out the Crescendoh link)

  9. Wow, I just love this, it's wonderful


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