I've been experimenting with creating handmade flowers over the last few weeks - I would make one, get bored and toss it into 'the dish'. Couple of days would go by and I'd find another flower design, and repeat.
Flowers represented are: crinoline zapped with a heat gun (makes it curly), muslin die cut into circles then folded into thirds, and a spiral cut then loosely rolled one from scrap linen fabric. Fabric brads are old 7gypsies.
Anyhow, when 'the dish' gets too full I dump it out and make something or a bunch of somethings with some or all of the doodads.
Glass vial - also from 'the dish' - is filled with chunky glitter, Swarovski crystals, and butterfly scraps from Memory Box's Butterfly Delights. Script paper is from the darkest corner of an ancient paper stash; other cardstocks are from 12x12 idea-ology Lost & Found. Zva flourish; Prima leaves.
Notebook base is from Staples - finished size was 7 x 9 inches. One of the first things last week to sell at the artisan market. Thanks for stopping by!