Sunday, September 16, 2007

"inchies" on my mind...

Lets face it...I am outta control with the "inchie" art...but, having so much fun...I find it very challenging, just to see what all I can do to them...and the surfaces...oh my...everything from cardstock, vellum, fun foam, cork and more...I even found some velour mat board in my studio today...did not have time to work with it...but will definately be experimenting with that surface soon...
The left inchie was done on cardstock, I ran thru the cuttlebug embossing folder, then ran the ink pad over the raised surface...I attached a little bee confetti piece and spelled out buzz, using my tiny alpha letters from PSX...The House Mouse image was stamped on vellum...then colored from the backside using Marvy markers...I just love how this one turned out...One of my fav's of the day was the fun foam...I used one of Betsy's new "inchie art" images and stamped onto the heated fun foam...
Scenic stamps are a favorite, because I used to paint scenes on canvas...and I love the Cove image from Stampscapes, I inked up a portion of the stamp and then pressed the inchie onto the area I wanted to show...I went back and added a little brown chalking to the rocks...made a little more dimension on the flat surface...the one on the left I sealed with Ranger Glossy Accents, the one on the right is just plain...I love them both...as they take on different looks now...

4 comments:

StampingJoan said...

You are out of control!!!! All I can think of in my head is singing
"Inchie Woman" to the tune of "Evil Woman" by ELO!

Debbi Baker said...

Hey Debbie - Your inchies are fantastic! Have you seen the new Inchie Challenge Blog - just one inchie a week to be posted on your blog on the specified theme. It is just new and such good fun - come join us!! http://inchingartists.blogspot.com/

Linda L. said...

Hi Debbie, I just signed on to google just to leave you a message. I visit you site just to see what your up to. You send out some special energy, you and your inchies. Has me thinking about making a couple. Keep up the fun and check in another day. Linda L.

Pattyjo said...

I LOVE your work! I could look at it all day!!!!
Thank you sooooooo much for having your blog and sharing this art!
I really mean that too! Thank you!