Yes, I have way too many pink fabric scraps but it is cool using them on these tiny houses.
Bonnie Hunter of Quiltville (link) has pointed out that your fabric scraps cost just as much as the fabrics that end up in quilts.
Don't know about you but at $10/yard and up, I want to save every useable scrap.
In order to save time and keep the piles o' scraps off my desk while I'm working on the houses, I print off five sets of the six different house patterns, cutting them in half so there is one house pattern on each half sheet.
Each pattern goes into the basket with the selected fabrics on top, layered until I have 30 tiny houses ready to sew together. This is working well so I'll keep doing this when I start back to work. Then when I get home, all I have to do is take the set on top and start piecing.