I was going to make a new one for the challenge because I thought they kept the piece if it was accepted, but they send it back. So, scratch *that* off the to-do list. But ...
Our group charitable project is to make journal covers for residents in a woman's shelter, and I thought I would use the opportunity to experiment with things on a small scale. I have, consequently, thus far ruined two journal covers - and not in an instructive, "we can all learn from this way"; but just silly.
Bad piecing on a crazy quilt-type cover that resulted in lumps I couldn't quilt out, and a terrible stencil job (I've been wanting to try stencilling to see what all the hype is about); but perhaps I shouldn't have tried it on the finished product. lol
So, all I have to show you is a little play I'd done with some of rusted fabric I'd made last month. I stalled out here though. After I've quilted the backgrounds, then what? Hand-embellishing I guess, but I can't think of what to do.
So they've been sitting on my mini-design wall for weeks.
Staring at me. Taunting me. :) Any ideas?