Just in case you want some green inspiration, I found two interesting web resources on the color green. One is a Wikipedia entry which describes a large variety of green color variants. The other is a green-only color wheel.
During spare moments this week I've been slicing 2.5" strips for Trip Around the World blocks. I still haven't worked through all the greens in the stash, but I am making a small dent in yardage!
I've squeaked in a few TATW blocks, too, but I'm saving those for a bigger reveal later this month.
This week's house block was inspired by the green palm-frond fabric. It's a quilting cotton fabric, but the design reminds me of barkcloth. As a fabric
addict enthusiast, I am fascinated by barkcloth designs, so this fabric had to join my stash - and it makes a cool house!
I apologize for this week's funky Google Street View picture, but I really wanted to share this house. I used to drive past the house every day on my way to work. The owner (well, I always assumed he was the owner!) liked to sit outside on his tiny porch, watching the world go by. The house wasn't always this color, but was always decorated to reflect the season. This color appeared several years ago, and though it has faded a bit, it's still a neighborhood standout! In case you're wondering, the writing on the walls says "Jesus Love You", "God Love You" and "I You".
Don't forget - there's plenty more green goodness to be seen over at SoScrappy's blog, where all the Rainbow Scrap Challenge folks are sharing their green inspiration, too!