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Thursday, 9 July 2009

Inchy By Inch challenge

This weeks challenge over on the Inchybyinch challenge blog is buildings.

I covered my inchy with white glossy paper & dye ink. I then stamped a Paper Artsy stamp on shrink plastic ......yes! closed my eyes again!!! & then heated the plastic & just added a little doodling.


Thanks for looking. Gez.xx

10 comments:

  1. Awe thats so cute AND you were brave again!!! XXX

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  2. Gez - such a stunning inchy - how do you get such small detail - such a great shrunken building!

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  3. I was going to say cute too! That little housie in shrink plastic is gorgeous.

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  4. awww isn't this just so cute? Amazing how much detail you can get on just 1" square. Fab stuff, Gez

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  5. Great use of the shrink plastic again, fab inchie!

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  6. oh wow I love this!!! (I might'clip it' and put in on my blog with a link back to you!!! it's soooo cute!! Iwanna do one right night...but it's nearly one in the morning!!
    to get the 'you might like' links, at the bottom of the posts on my blog...that you mentioned,. All you have to do is click on linkwithin and it will take you to their site. No membership, but it will ask if you have a dark background or a light one... otherwise you won't be able to see the words! The only thing is,if you don't have a picture the links within that are added at the bottom won't have a picture either...or if you post and add a picture later, that doesn't show up...if you make a mistake in the posting...as I have done and delete the posting sometime the link still finds it...and then the only way to get rid of it is to email linkwithin and the nice lady will take it out for you...its really easy and it lets people see all your past blogging!!

    hope that's clearer than mud!!


    ((Lyn))

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  7. Gorgeous inchy! When I first saw it I thought that house by PA isn't that small is it??? Then I read that you had used shrink plastic! LOL But it looks brilliant.

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  8. How cute is that! Gorgeous house.

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  9. Thank You for lots of lovely comments.xx I always enjoy Fiona's challenges so much.

    Thank You Lyn for all your help. Off to have a try!xx

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  10. Oh - this is so sweet.... love the sentiment!

    Karen

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