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February 8, 2012

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I love the lampshade! Now I know I don't have to throw everything away, I just need to unleash my creative side.

Donna Jo Westberry

Melony, I like your ideas. I'm excited to follow your blog! Do you teach classes?

BJ

I use small scraps of fabric to make tiny bears and dolls.

Vicki S

I usually punch out shapes with punches, or cut them into strips or squares to use on cards.

Cathie

I like to glue them down to other material, layering with paper scraps. Then I place tissue paper over the top sealing it down with watered down glue. When this dries I cut into shapes and make art quilts, post cards for sick kids or ATC's with them.

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