We decided to make an impromptu visit to our camp this morning. I didn't have any Rainbow Scrap projects organized to take with me, so I just grabbed bags of scrappy pink strips and stashed them in my carryall. It was still chilly and cloudy when we arrived at the camp, so I got to spend some time playing with pink scraps.
First up, I found some pink 2 inch HST blocks hiding in my collection of crumbs. I had to make a few additional squares to create a block, but it was quick work using 2 inch strips and the Easy Angle ruler. This resulted in a 6 inch block (finished), so it will work in with the other Rainbow Sampler blocks.
My next inspiration was just to make some 9 patch blocks with different color variations. These were all made from 2 1/2 inch strips/squares, so they'll also fit in the Rainbow Sampler.
Happy to see these "low volume" scraps used up!
This block could've been constructed with all squares, but since I had strips, I used that technique. For a 6 inch block (finished), use five 2 1/2 inch blocks and two 2 1/2 by 4 1/2 inch strips.
More pink playtime can be found at Angela's blog, where the other Rainbow Scrap Challenge participants are showing off their inspiration!