Over at Splitcoast Stampers, Dena is hosting a crazy swap called 100 Inchies. Yes, I said 100. I love making inchies but sat on the fence for a while because the number seemed daunting. It really isn't once you get going but it sounded intimidating. After some gentle arm-twisting from my buddy, Paulette, I decided to jump in. Today for my SNP post, I chose to feature two of these inchie designs which used Stamp N Plus Scrap N stamps.
The first inchie (which measures 1" x 1") was made from a scrap of script paper for the background. A TH postmark stamp was inked in red and layered over the writing. The sweet little girl was stamped with Versafine Black ink and coloured with Prisma pencils before being fussy cut. A tiny red rhinestone covers the image stamp. A small silver heart bead was adhered to the bottom left corner because she is feeling very loved when she receives this happy mail :) The edges of the inchie were inked with Black Soot Distress ink.
The second inchie used very glittery yellow paper for the background. The tiny wizard stamp was inked with Versafine Black ink and coloured with Prisma pencils before being fussy cut. A tiny silver star bead was adhered to the end of the wand. A computer generated word was cut out, matted in black, and popped up on dimensional tape. Three tiny rhinestones finish off the bottom left corner and Black Soot darkens the edges of the inchie. Hmmm, I wonder what he made disappear??
Well, I'd love to stay and chat but I have inchies calling to me. Thanks so much for visiting today. It's always appreciated.
Life is good; so is art.