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Topic: Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall - Inchie houses  (Read 2357 times)
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blueyegrl527
« Reply #10 on: January 17, 2014 09:23:14 AM »

These were just a practice??  OMG, they are fabulous!!!!  I have fat stubby fingers so not sure I'll ever be able to accomplish this, by I so want to try!!  Love them!!!
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LisaMarieNY
« Reply #11 on: March 03, 2014 01:40:25 PM »

Great work! 
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stillatthetop
« Reply #12 on: June 02, 2014 03:06:26 AM »

A friend here on craftster has helped me. I am working on my first one today.
Wow, are these things tiny. Good in a way, as they use up little supplies. Bad in a way, as you have to find all your little supplies  Cheesy

I like all that I have seen so far. I have no clue what I am doing. I am just winging it, too. Jump in. The worst you do is waste a bit of paper, and get annoyed  Grin

Mine are the four seasons, too. I am working on a log cabin for my first one. That will be fall. I shredded off the top layer {skinned it} from a yoplay yogurt box which is a great scale for the logs. The corrigation is perfect and a thin cardboard. Then I painted my finger red on some textured paper for the roof!  Roll Eyes To make it look like tin. Not sure my next step.

HINT: To score the paper on the fold lines, use a laaaaarge darning needle "eye end" on the fold lines along a ruler. Makes folding the tabs a snap! And everything comes out crisp. I have also used a dried up ink pen 'nib' before, too. Helps to crease these tiny little boogers. Or anything else you need to score. I use it for greeting cards, too.

Happy inchie-ing!
~T

Crap. Just realized this little thing needs a chimney. Off to figure that part out  Roll Eyes
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