Laundry Sheet Flowers - Tutorial!

I am always on the lookout for things that I can recycle in my scrapbooking.  We switched laundry soap last week and began to use an all in one soap & laundry sheet.  These go in the washing machine with the clothes and then directly into the dryer with them too.  They serve double duty. 

When I pulled them out of the dryer, I knew instantly that they would serve triple duty!  They are nice and thick and the perfect absorbing material for misting! 

The first thing I did was pull out my misting box and lay a couple of them flat on the bottom.  Using my mists, I saturated them in various colors:

I dried these with my heat gun (because I am a very impatient scrapper!).  Remember to keep your gun at a safe distance as the intense heat will start to melt the sheet.

Then I ran them through my Cuttlebug and made these:

I ended up using the back sides of the flowers for my design --- just really liked the variegated look of the back.  I paired them with some fun Scrappin' Sports & More papers and ended up with this pretty layout of Ms. Sophie!

Supplies Used:

Pigs 12x12" double-sided paper picture

Cats 12x12" double-sided paper picture

Nephew-Niece 12x12" double-sided paper picture

Family-Generation 12x12" double-sided paperons picture

Marching Band Game picture


Erica Hettwer said...

Adorable! I can't wait to get some more of those. I'll definitely be keeping my eyes peeled for the next coupon deal. Hee!

Scrappymama Elaine said...

how fun is that!! TFS!
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sleeplesswonder said...

Wow love these, just a cool recycling idea, thanks for sharing.
Melissa D

Traci said...

That is awesome, Kim!! :)

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