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Thursday, 20 November 2008

Big Art Adventure inchies


My attempt at doing a set of INCHIES for Linda and Rosie over at the BAA I did a set of 9 first I tripple clear embossed them before embossing them with silver metal on the edges.. not sure what I will use them for possibly to decorate a tin that holds buttons. Click on for a better view.
Talk about Inchies, Kimmie must be the Queen of inchies and wow does she come up with some great ways to display them...why not pay her a visit, this is what I found on her blog. Thank you Kimmie
Thanx for looking...Chriss x

25 comments:

Jaqi said...

Lovely Inchies Chriss, you should put them somewhere where they will be seen, Love the black and white, very fetching, Jaqi x

Dawn said...

Oh my god you must have the patience of a saint to do such a fantastic job - they look amazing, have done a few inchies in my time but felt my knuckles turning white with impatience at the fiddliness of it all!!! ROFL
It is amazing what you can get on one though!!

Hugs
Dawn
x

Heather Robinson said...

These just fascinate me....I have to keep pinching myself to remember that they are "inchie" because the amount of detail on them is gorgeous. I find them very striking and oh so engaging! You are an artist of amazing talent my friend!

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

Your inchies are truly brilliant Chriss, Love the shimmer and elegance of the color palette you've chosen! These would be lovely whatever you decide to do with them! oxo

LaY hOoN said...

Whoa !! This is really beautiful and so unique.

Kristen Hermanny said...

These are great! I love the elegant look of black and white. Inchies are fun. Now I want to make some. Maybe today...

Have a great weekend ladies! xxx

Karen said...

These are great inchies Chriss. I love the monochrome look of them. They would look great on a silvery metal tin X

Stempelchaotin said...

Wow these are truly amazing.
Stunning Imchies. Love them all.

Chris said...

Brilliant Chriss... you did a wonderful job... I did want to have a go but my head isn't in the right place with this cold as you know, plus tiny things are a struggle for me... think you need to give me some lessons next time I visit!! eh eh eh?
hugs
Chris xx

Kaz Scrapz said...

These are gorgeous Chrissy - they would look fab decorating a button tin. xxx Karen

Carole said...

Great inchies!

Pascalebrad said...

Love these inchies so creative. I have left Chriss and Chris a little something on my blog. Pascale :)

June said...

Pattie they are gorgeous. Hope your weekend is turning out fabulous
Hugs June xxx

Linda Elbourne said...

WOW Chriss - you have done a truly fabulous job with these - by all means just stick them on a card with the words Merry Christmas inside ... I really don't mind if you don't have time to make any thing else for me :0)XXX

Terrie B x said...

Oh My these are `gorgeous` Cris...
Hope your enjoying your weekend:)~X~

Linda said...

These are really beautiful Chriss - you must display them on something special. Such fabulous detail!
Love
Linda x

magpie said...
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magpie said...

Just love what you have done with your inchies Chriss.. they are wonderful

Sharon xx

Dot said...

These are INCREDIBLE inchies! I love them and they look so striking. Stunning work!

Lynn said...

I think your inchies are wonderful, something I have not tried yet. I would glue them on a matt board and frame them :)

Mam said...

Chriss, these are amazing! I love the metal look and would really love to know how to do it! Your work on these is great!
Nancy

Jane said...

Fantastic and very intricate work!
Jx

annie2006 said...

those are really lovely - really caught my eye

Juliann said...

Great inchies!!!!

Kimmie said...

Thank you for the mention Chriss :)
I just came across it today ... I love your blog - I'm your newest follower now!
Cheers!