This one uses paper towels, dryer sheets (where have you heard that before??) and the flower center is from a floppy disk. The flower is outlined with hot glue, sprinkled with embossing powder.
This one uses a dryer sheet (background), wallpaper sample, can tab, and leftover elastic.
Here, I chopped up some old crayons and melted them to the background. The circles are paint chips, and the metal twists are paper clips. The red and purple ribbon around the edge is the rescued (and taken apart) handle from a gift bag.
Finally, I used paper bag (background), dryer sheet (rays), grommets from the above mentioned gift back, an orange juice concentrate can lid and a wall paper sample (in the center of the lid). Working with these things has been challenging, but the results have been fun and rewarding. There is so much potential in the every day stuff we throw away.