Sunday, September 5, 2010

Just a bunch of fluff

I love my scrapbook papers, it's true. I have a decent selection of them, and I really can't bear to throw any  out. Especially if it's a paper I love. This results in scary piles of scraps all over my desk.

 I realize my war room didn't look that frightful in the pictures, but come on! I had to clean her up a little bit for the camera.  Regardless, this stashbusting challenge is a great excuse to try and use them up on a project or two. 

Now, a question.  Who loves this stuff...



...besides me?  I haven't had it in years! Because my husband is the best dad ever, he got this big jar to make fluffernutters for the kids. I am a purist--I like mine plain, from a spoon, right out of the jar. Yum. Where was I?

I had an unformed plan for this jar.  Obviously, I would cover it, but how?  I actually thought I would use one piece of scrapbook paper. {Yawn} Then I saw this pile of paper and...




I grabbed some of my tools...



I punched various squares and used Mod Podge to stick them to the fluff jar. It was so therapeutic, which is good since it took me a little while.



I know there's is a lot going on here, but I love it! 

Enjoy your weekend...




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20 comments:

  1. Awesome! BTW, I mix 1 part Marshmallow Fluff with the same amount of softened cream cheese and use it to dip fruit in. Incredible!

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  2. That turned out really great. I'm going to have to try it.

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  3. Loved this post and fell in love with your blog! Hopefully you can come by and visit me sometime :) I am your 220th follower!

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  4. What a fun project! I noticed that the Mod Podge you used is called "hard coat". I've never seen it before, what is it like? BTW, my mouth is watering just at the thought of marshmallow fluff! :)

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  5. area you kidding? I LOVE THIS! I would have totally done the one sheet thing. I love the way the hodge podge of papers turned out much better!

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  6. Love it! It reminds me of a patchwork quilt {my favorite kind of quilt}! I hate throwing out any scraps of my papers, too, always thinking there must be something I'll be able to use them for.

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  7. That is a fun patchwork piece! I bet it was very soothing to cut out all those pieces and glue them on! I like that you repurposed too!

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  8. I saw the marshmallow fluff picture in my reader and wondered what in the heck you were up to..BRILLIANT! Love it. Came sooooo close to buying something today during an unexpected stop at a a market but I resisted. A bag of buttons...like I don't already have a bajillion.

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  9. What a great and clever idea! So many possibilities! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. I've never tried this fluffy stuff, but I love what you made from the jar. Very pretty!

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  11. That is super cute! I love all the squares!! And I haven't had marshmallow fluff in ages.

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  12. This is adorable - something about the color scheme reads fall, even though it's not typical fall colors. Great stashbusting!

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  13. so cool - great use of paper scraps. I have TONS of these - can't seem to throw these away.

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  14. love your paper scraps - they look fantastic all quilted together like this.

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  15. Oooh. Fluff. YUM. Super yum! :> Fluffernutter sammiches are delish. I used it to make something once, a pseudo rice krispie treat, maybe. Mmmn. Hope you enjoyed!

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  16. i think it is perfect, and what a good way to clean off your work surface!

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  17. I've never tried this fluffy stuff, but I love what you made from the jar. Very pretty!

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  18. That turned out really great. I'm going to have to try it.

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