One of the things I love most about blogging is how inspired I am by other artists who stop by and share their creative adventures with me.
I just received a link from Sassa Lynne at Chittle Chattle that takes you to her recent tutorial for making Paper Fabric. This technique is so intriguing that I want to stop what I’m doing and go make some! And while you’re there, look around. Chittle Chattle is full of eye candy!
But instead of getting my hands blissfully glued today, I’m doing this:
. . . and while harvesting those, I found this:
This collection makes up the choicest pieces from a big corrugated box that I had flattened and had been using as a cover for my compost pile all last winter and until now. It was looking so sad and weathered that I decided to toss it. But when I put it over on the burn pile, I gave a hasty glance over my shoulder to make sure the neighbors weren’t watching as I carefully sorted through the fragments to get these pieces for my weathered paper stash.
What am I saying? My neighbors already know about me and my strange ways of seeing the world. With them, I have nothing to worry about.
Have a great weekend!