Tuesday, August 26, 2008

A set of inchies

My friend Karen's VSN challenge was to use an inchie or inchies on your card. An inchie is a one-inch square of artwork that can be used in any number of ways. I had received a little inchie sampler kit from Ellen Hutson awhile back and pulled it out to use for this challenge. The kit included these darling Lockhart stamps images and the chipboard squares they are mounted on. The first two cards I submitted for the VSN challenge, but I also made two more to make a cute little set of four. I used 3.5 by 5-inch notecards I picked up on clearance at Target.
I colored each image with Copics, cut out two of the images and mounted them on black squares and mounted two on white squares. I used by Cuttlebug embossing borders folders to add some embossing detail to the plain white note cards. A little ribbon and simple sentiments finished off the cards.
Supplies:
Stamps: Lockhart stamps, SU sentiments
Ink: Unknown black, Copic markers, caribbean, soft sky, ballet blue, bashful blue
Paper: Target notecards, ballet blue, bashful blue, soft sky, cool caribbean
Accessories: inchie chipboard squares, ribbon, Cuttlebug borders

2 comments:

Vicki said...

These turned out so great, as did all your VSN creations :)

Karolyn L said...

Totally cute, Mish! Some lucky duck is going to love this little card set!!