Sunday, November 04, 2007

More "inchie" fun today

These were some fun "inchies" ...First I cut some of my 7/8th scalloped punch shapes from tissue papers...one with the little girl and one with the snowman...I show you how in the tutorial post after this one...The liberty and the geisha were then made from the paper layers...I stamped the white layers with black ink, the geisha I colored using Zig markers and the liberty postal image I colored with butterscotch Adirondack ink, then used Vintage Distress ink to color the background inchie and darken the edges of the scalloped layer...These inchies were fun to make...
Closer Look...I wanted to show the detail of the "inchie"...the layer is glued on using Royal Coat Decoupage medium, then after the layer is dry, I put a thin coat over the entire "inchie"...I just use my finger to apply it...
These "inchies" are diverse in surfaces and backgrounds...the yin yang is done on glossy AI background, then the yin yang is coated with Glossy Accents...The next "inchie" is fun foam, heated, then stamped with an image, inked up with black document ink...after it was dry, I gave the surface a quick coat of Ranger Glossy Accents and added a few Beadazzles to one corner...the next one is white sided thin chipboard, coated with Adirondack Acrylic paint...then a tissue paper inchie layer over the the top...
Closer Look---this is the fun foam inchie up close...you can see the detail in the fun foam...Hope you enjoyed my "inchies" today...

3 comments:

Dragonlady said...

Wonderful "inches"...I love all of them but especially the fun foam, I never thought about heating it and stamping into it....I have to try that..

thanks for the tutorials
Brenda

Willow said...

Debbie these are gorgeous and I have not forgotten your generosity!!! Just do not have the time I did have for playing...I will get to them and you are just such an inspiration...thanks so much!! Willow

Wanda H said...

More great inchies!! I love the fun foam one... think I'll have to give that a try :-))