So, it's been awhile since I last posted. I have been hecka busy around here. I have been stamping, just not taking the time to post. I think its the picture taking/editing that slows me down the most! Below are pictures of some inchies that I created for the Rustic Inchie challenge/contest over at Inchie Inklings. The basic jist of the challenge was to use a Lockhart image and create something that looked rustic/fallish.....is fallish a word? You can submit up to 3 inchies and you have a chance at winning some great goodies. I ended up submitting two from this grouping. All of the cards are 2 1/2" square and the base cards are Bazzill cardstock. The stamp I used is the Lockhart Wheelbarrow of Pumpkins. I just cropped a bit from the corner. All of the inchies were colored with my Prismacolor pencils and Copic Marker for the light blue background.
For this inchie I punched the corners of a piece of Bo Bunny Double Dot cardstock with the Iron Eagle punch. I then layered with a square of SEI striped paper from the Dill Blossom collection. I pierced around the edges of the punched panel for a little more texture. What you can't see in this pic is the little frame that is around the edge of the inchie panel. I took a little strip of paper 1/16" wide and wrapped it around the edges of the inchie to create the frame. This is a little trick I learned from Karen when she wias here last May. Man how time flies!For this little guy I cut a couple of strips of the SEI cardstock and added some brown Dew Drops as embellishments. What you can't see here is that I sprayed Gold Memories Mist over the card/inchie and it is so pretty and shimmery! For this one, I used a bigger square of the striped paper and a smaller square of the Double Dot cardstock. The ribbons are from Amuse. Just for your info...........I love this ribbon! Okay, so I love all ribbon, but that's supposed to be a secret!
Here is the last one. Mr. Pumpkin is layered on a brown panel and then the striped panel. I hand wrote "Happy Fall" in the corner and embellished with a button and some hemp cording. The edges were distressed with my Tim Holtz distressing tool and then a little Adirondack Ginger ink was rubbed around the edges. If you want more info about the inchies, you can check out Inchie Arts here. All inchie supplies used can be purchased at The Cat's Meow. hugs,