Saturday, April 22, 2017

Scrappy Saturday

The colour of the month at the Rainbow Scrap Challenge is "multicolour". That has been quite a challenge for me for my RSC projects, so I practiced with some cookies first! 
These are some of the easter cookies my daughter and I made last weekend. It was great fun to decorate each one differently. My favourites were the ones with all the icing colours. The colourful cookies created quite the family conflict, since she didn't want anyone to actually EAT these treats. Apparently she thought we should just admire the creations for a few weeks! They're long gone now!


I did finally make a sort of multicoloured block for my Circle of Squares project. My scrap collection doesn't seem to have much in the way of multicoloured fabrics, and this is the best I could do!





Here are the 9 blocks on the design wall.

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25 comments:

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

I want a cookie for breakfast now....

Ariane said...

Your blocks look so great together!

Mary said...

Fun way to decide on colors for a block. Yummy too. That is a great block to use scraps for. Happy Scrappy Saturday.

Chantal L. said...

You and your daughter are real patissiêres. Mmmmm! Too bad they are all gone because I would go for one ... or two. :^D
You did very well with the RSC color. It's fun to see all the blocks together. ;^)

Kate said...

Very pretty sugar cookies! We are big on sugar cookies at Christmas, so I know those took a while to decorate. I can understand why you'd want to look at them for a bit.

LA Paylor said...

those cookies are art

julieQ said...

OH....pretty yummy cookies!! One dozen, please! Your blocks are very pretty, and I don't see how you keep up with all the quilt alongs that you do...great work!

Barbara said...

Those cookies look delicious! And I'm loving your circle of squares project. Very interesting.

Rebecca said...

Hummm
Your multi color square in a circle looks like yellow here.lol

Janet O. said...

Fun cookie plate. I rarely have enough patience to make cookies that have to be rolled, cut, and decorated, so I admire those who do.

Kathy S. said...

The cookies are beautiful! Your multi-colored block fits right in.

Betty C said...

I love the circle of stars!

The Joyful Quilter said...

Your MULTICOLORED Circle of Squares block may not be bright, but it TOTALLY fits the RSC theme for the month of April. The goal is using what you have. You did that. Count it a WIN!!

AnnieO said...

Yumm cookies! I prefer cookies over most desserts 🙂 Multicolored fabrics can be hard to use and sort, I find. Love your circle blocks for this project.

Marly said...

The circle of squares is a lovely project; I haven't seen it before, but if you don't mind I'll pin it to my Pinterest board. I would love to use that design too.

LIttle Penguin Quilts said...

What fun cookies! Pretty and tasty! I always love seeing your Circle of Squares blocks. I think the new one fits right in!

Quiltdivajulie said...

VERY pretty Easter cookies and your blocks are coming right along.

Nell's Quilts said...

Beautiful cookies. Glad you have the photo memory as I'm sure they disappeared quickly. Your multi coloured block is such a nice compliment to the others in your Circle of Squares grouping.

Northern Deb said...

Those are some tasty looking cookies. I usually make some sprinkled ones but not this year...just too busy. Love your blocks!

PaulaB quilts said...

Wonderful cookies. Your multi block looks good, especially the little bears. The whole grouping is really looking nice. Keep up the good work!

Sheila said...

Ooooooh. Those cookies looks delicious : )

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Fantastic blocks....those biscuits look so good ❤️❤️❤️

Lyndsey said...

Mmm love the decorated cookies and the multi colour block is so pretty.

Cathy Tomm said...

Love the cookies! Your multi coloured block looks great and goes well with the others.

Karen said...

Oh my but those cookies are so pretty and look delicious. Did you save me one?