Friday, September 26, 2014

Off the Rails Scrapbooking - Recycling and Dryer Sheet Flowers



Hi  today at Off The Rails Scrapbooking I am sharing a post on  
Recycling and the environment.
So Scrappers get out those recycled items and make a layout.
On the layout below I used recycled Jellibean packaging, 
tattered black piece of (garbage) paper with distressing 
and the main piece for today's Tutorial is the RECYCLED DRYER SHEET FLOWERS.

Take those used recycled Dryer Sheets. Cut them into different sized circles,
 spray with glimmer mist and dry, then edge with stickles and dry.
Layer them and put a brad or accent through the centre.
What a fun, simple and fabulous Dryer Sheet Flower.
Because your colouring these yourself.. you can 
make them any colour to match your project papers.



Here is my sample page using 3 different coloured dryer sheet flowers. 

Thanks for stopping by.. and look forward to seeing you again soon.

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2 comments:

Shelly said...

Who would of ever thought?!...Very cool and clever! Love it!

Paula Jennings said...

I've been doing a ton of laundry today. I better grab some of those dryer sheets and give this a try!