Tuesday, November 17, 2009

I just discovered INCHIE'S!!!!!

Wow I'm so excited last night I found the Inchie's sight and went crazy, why don't we have a group around here for the Inchie's? Oh here are my take on these........................ The first one is for my stash of Christmas cards I love it. I used DCWV DSP from the Christmas stack, I used SU Handsome Hunter for my base card and I used a SU set of stamps and a TAC stamp stamping them on a piece of 5 inch white card stock. I then cut them at 1 inch and placed them on this deep deep red card stock that I had in my stash. I used some silver snowflakes to embellish and I was done.

Inchie card #2 is from SU Flakey Friends and I pretty much did the same thing with them except I colored them with SU pens (Gosh did I just say that? My Copic's are upstairs and with the Hip surgery recovery going up stairs is a pain so I used what I had plus I was so excited to be doing these.) I ordered some stuff from Ellen Hutson LLD in chipboard inches and can't wait to get them. Oops got off the subject of the card, well its a pre-made card from DCWV that I bought for the 100 cards I was suppose to make for Christmas card for "Operation Write Home" aka Cards for Heroes. Since I had the surgery I didn't get them done so I'm making Winter cards to send to them. See I did it again got off the subject! Ok I used the pre-made card stamped the images colored them and then cut them into 1 X 1 inchies matted them on a 1 1/2 X 5 inch SU real red card stock, put on the snowflakes and I was done. Love these, oh I have to get back to finishing my cards that have to be sent out by next week. Ok I'm doing sheets today so that means I get to work in my Studio so I'll try to be good.

God Bless

2 comments:

Deedee Anderson said...

Both cards are adorable, Jeanine! I especially like the mittens card -- it's so cute the way you split the scene. I'm glad you discovered inchies -- aren't they fun? :-)

Valerie said...

Jeanine, this is the only way for me to contact you, please check out today's post over on my blog - CONGRATS!