I recently made this fabric collage of an imagined scene from Craiglockart Dell along the Water of Leith. It was very relaxing to make and as with all my crafts, the materials are all upcycled or were bought in second hand shops.
The base is a square of white felt (from a second hand shop), the green grass is a thin fabric upcycled from a failed attempt at a scarf I made from a long fabric scrap, the floral fabric is cut from a fabric scrap as are the pieces of brown tweed type fabric representing the tree trunks (these were already basically these shapes, I just needed to cut them off from the rest of the fabric.) The silver flowers are upcycled from a broken bracelet and the felt leaves and satin butterfly came from second hand craft kits. I've left some of the fabric edges rough to reflect that nature isn't about straight lines.
Crafting for #30DaysWild.