Thursday, 7 May 2009

Inchies - faces

These are my inchies for this week's inchy challenge - faces

I already had a couple of rubber stamps which I love to use. I used distress ink to stamp on to sewing pattern tissue paper then mounted them on one inch square card

Afterwards, I mounted the squares on dark rose pink mulberry paper and edged in copper glitter


































She knows

















Woman in repose

14 comments:

AngelaC said...

Gorgeous - love how they all fit together to make up the complete face, fab idea!

daisy said...

Fabulous inchies xx

Fiona Whitehead said...

Gorgeous Carolyn - I adore the colours and the way they all fit together is very inspiring - you've prompted me to get out my mulberry paper I used to use it all the time

Diane said...

Hi, Just found your blog today, and its wonderful!! I love the things you make, and you live where I would love to live!! Ive added you onto my sidebar.

sea-blue-sky & abstracts said...

The faces are so much more interesting after your treatment of them, Carolyn!

Sharne's Bit 'n' Bobs said...

Thak you for your kind comment on my blog. Wonderful inchies!

Gez said...

Fantastic Carolyn. I always feel inspired when I call by your blog. Thank you for sharing your wonderful creations. Fabulous idea for your inchies & the copper glitter looks brilliant around them. Hope you have a lovely weekend. Take care. Gez.xx

missy k said...

Lovely inchies! That paper is so gorgeous :) Hope the weather has cheered up where you are.... the sun is shining here for now!

Ellen said...

beautiful and what a nice idea to cut them up and then put together again.

gorgeous images you posted

Pussycats and Angels said...

Hi Carolyn
Just stumbled across your blog and what a wonderful one it is, full of interesting and inspirational posts.
I will visit again soon. Until then have a good weekend.
Warm Wishes
Julie:)

Amy said...

I love them each...very neat how you can put them together like that..so clever! Very artsy color's and stamp..reminds me of something I'd see in a museum!

Irish3 said...

Nice!! I really like the bunch that fit together too, very soft and pretty!

silverpebble said...

Beautiful little faces Carolyn - they make me think of medieval Italian paintings. Just lovely x

freebird said...

Wonderful. I like how you made so many but each is different. I really like the copper on the mulberry too.