I was going to ask you all about how I can use up my little piles of serger scraps. I find, sometimes, they are a little too pretty to just toss in the bin. Using in paper making, weaving, and spinning yarn all come to mind but also present as a bit labour intensive for this particular moment in my life. What else could I do with them?
However, I am not going to ask now since the kids already grabbed them. I guess I'm not the only one who thought they looked interesting. Smootch had plunked them down on the table where she was going to do some drawing, looking a whole lot like she had a plan.
Whatever her purpose was, though, I never did find out. Birdie Boy came along with his own paper and scissors,
and before you could say, 'pass me the glue stick,' laid claim to the entire pile.
The question of how to make the scraps stay on paper was solved by Smootch.
Turns out if you dump enough glue on, almost anything will stay put.
It's a good thing to know.
Just remember to allow to dry before mounting on the wall.