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Topic: Elliot_anne's First Inchies!  (Read 1314 times)
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« on: November 12, 2010 10:00:35 AM »

**NOTE: llisaredd, if you want the swap inchies to be a surprise, don't scroll down!!**

So I'm currently at a conference where I don't have too much to do for a few hours at a time. So of course I was lurking around the craftster boards yesterday, and came across the Inchie My Theme Swap. I had heard of inchies before, but I didn't know what exactly they were.

Being out of state, I don't have any art and craft supplies other than a pen and regular printer paper, but I just couldn't resist starting to draw a few.

I measured them out with a business card (they are two inches wide, them just fold in half to get them the right size!). I know it's kind of backwards, but I plan to add some watercolor or colored pencil backgrounds when I get home.

Also, when I was browsing the My Theme Swap, I noticed that llisaredd's signature said she needed some green inchies for a project, so we're organizing a personal swap

However, I was just so excited about these little works-in-progress that I snapped a couple of pictures with my phone and here they are!

^^This one is actually four that piece together, I don't want to cut them until I get home and have scissors (I don't know if you can see the slightly frayed edges... I used the lick and tear method >.<). This is actually my very first and very favorite so far!

^^Some under the sea creatures. I really like how the jellyfish turned out

^^Cute little cupcake.

I have some more, but my camera phone started freaking out. I'll add more when I get my phone working, and I'll update these pictures when they are finished up. I hope you all enjoy them!
« Last Edit: November 12, 2010 10:06:38 AM by elliot_anne » THIS ROCKS   Logged

« Reply #1 on: January 17, 2011 04:48:24 AM »

these are adorable! Cheesy

Fo shizzle.
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