Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Spring Inchies

Hello.  Welcome.  There's a new theme challenge over at Rubber Dance and this fortnight we want to see embossing.  Wet, dry or paste, the choice is yours.  I made a couple of tiny pieces of art. 


If you are wondering why they are called inchies it's cos each of these tiny beauties is only one inch square!!  It's actually amazing how much you can cram into a small space.  I used MDF inchies from Things To Alter, so they are quite chunky.  I stamped part of the large spiral from Rubber Dance Round in Circles and embossed with green embossing powder.  Then I stamped the small heart stamp from Rubber Dance Textured Spring and embossed with red powder.  I stamped, embossed and fussy cut the chick and lots of small flowers from the Textured Spring set.  The sheep was a bigger image so I stamped him on shrink plastic and he became a perfect size!!  





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9 comments:

  1. Oooooom embossing - nice! Great inchies, Gail. I had such a craze for these a few years ago and love them still. Jo x

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  2. These are fabulous Gail, it always amazes me how much detail you can get on an inchie! xx

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  3. Your inchies are such fun Gail and so perfect for our All Creatures theme this month, many thanks for joining in at Penny Black and More challenge.

    B x

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  4. The inchies are so cute! Unbelievable how many "images" can be used on just one inch square! They are fab!!!

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  5. Love your wooly sheep in hie. He is so cute. Life is rather busy at the moment but will catch up soon. Hugs Mrs A.

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  6. Wow that is incredible that anyone can make something only an inch but it looks so much bigger. Amazing! Thanks for joining us this month at Noor! Design UK for the "Anything Goes" challenge. My personal favorite! LOL! Hugs!

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  7. The sweetest of little inchies Gail it's difficult knowing when to stop when creating them, although the space is small I always seem to want more to them. These are perfect. Hugs Tracey xx

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  8. these are so cute! wow, an inch of space would be a great challenge! thank you so much for sharing another of your lovely creations with us this month at the penny black and more challenge!
    linda

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  9. Fabulous creations!
    Thank you for sharing your creativity over at Penny Black and more Challenge;-))m

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