Monday, May 7, 2012

What's Old Is New Again!

I have stacks of vintage quilt blocks,
I love how sweet the fabrics are,
and knowing that they have a history.

Decades ago,
someone collected these lovely scraps,

and stitched them into a thing of
simple beauty.

but alas,
this project was never completed.

I took these little remnants of the past,
die cut them,
added more of those Maya Arts frayed flowers
and made these sweet tags.

I am linking to:
Frilly & Funkie's
(I purchased the Maya Arts ribbon
and Tim Holtz die from Linda's shop)
I was fortunate enough to win this week's
discount to her shop,
and was featured on her blog!
Thank you so much, Linda!

Don't forget it is:
Be sure to check out all the wonderful shops
that are linking up.
I am so honored to be featured this week by
Dear Debra.
What a thrill!
Thank you, thank you, thank you, Debra!

enJOY Your Blessings,
and a beautiful week,


Createology said...

Kimberly these tags are so precious and I adore how you have used the quilt scraps and embellished the tags with lovely frilly flowers. Blissful...

Perfectly Printed said...

What fun to use your "old" tags!! And you must feel very proud to have been featured on the blogs!!
Two new blogs for me to visit.


Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

Love the bright colors and I always love the upcycle projects. We are such a wasteful nation. And those precious old quilts tops, are a little treasure

Jane said...

Your quilt tags are lovely, Kimberly! Such good news about being featured - must go visit!
My "April in Paris" ATCs arrived today - so fast! They are all just beautiful! Another wonderful swap!
Thank you for hosting and for your lovely tag!
xoxo Jane

Shabby chic Sandy said...

Love those tags--they are beautiful!

Kelly_Deal said...

What lovely tags Kimberly!

Dorthe said...

Dear Kimberly, your patchwork tags are so very sweet and darling , a beautiful way of using ,what was not finished into a quilt!
And congratulations on being featured over at Debra`s wonderful blog.

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

Super sweet project, Kimberly! I really love the idea of using the quilt blocks that way - such a clever idea and what a gorgeous piece of the past. I just love the way you have put it all together! Just shabbily beautiful.

Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful work with us on Sunday Share!


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