I very much liked the foundation of scraps for this wild flower piece.
I have a lot of colors of tulle to select one to hold all these bits and pieces together ... and I debuted them all.
The grayed lavender is the one that worked best to my eye.
I quilted around the outside edges and just enough organic style lines through the center area to keep all those bits in place. Then I added newly sprouted plants along with real leaf skeletons and more scraps of fabric.
I have a huge bag of silk plant leaves. I kept digging until I found ones with the right hue, sheen, and veining. Very rarely do I use any "whole" leaves. You can see where one of the leaves for my plants was cut from that large one on the right.
Can you guess what the flowers will be from my leaf formations?