Now that Twinkle Twinkle is truly finished, I can proceed with all my other projects with a clear conscience. (Well, some of my other projects. Given how many projects I've currently got underway, it really wouldn't be possible to work on all of them on one day...)
First up, a bit of Glitter, because that's the best reward for a job well done.
I've cut out lots of pieces for Glitter, while cutting for other projects, then stashed them in a bin. A quick rummage through the stacks gave me the bits for these little funsies. And three out of four of them even feature green for May's RSC color. (May is going to be great - I have lots of green!)
Of course, I had a lot of leftover stuff from last month's RSC 'multicolor'. I had cut out some blocks, but they got set aside when Twinkle Fever hit. Now was their moment.
Four new Centennial Stars appeared.
This one is my favorite - nothing says 'multicolor' like a good Kaffe print.
And I got a Jacks block done, using an old print from my stash matched up with a very new print.
And one little Buckeye Beauty, who wanted to be photographed with the pink leader/ender spool block.
Aren't they sweet little friends? Though it looks like they both need a haircut...
I'll be linking with SoScrappy for ScrapHappy Saturday, and with Quilting is More Fun than Housework for Oh Scrap! Come see all the fun!
(Though it may take me a bit to get the links up - I'm currently at my oldest daughter's house, and my youngest daughter arrives tonight. We've got a fun-packed weekend lined up, including going to Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival on Sunday. I'm so excited that I'm already jumping up and down!)