Welcome back to Inchie Friday! Today's installment includes some pictures I took 4 years ago. I just adore this picture of my son. I remember the kids had such a great time that day at our neighbor's house. They had just raked the leaves and had a huge pile ready for JUMPING!
I used my Inchie squares from Inchie Arts a few different ways this week. First I colored the edges with my Copic markers to cover the white. Then I covered them with 1" squres of Basic Grey pattern paper. For the "FALL" title, I used rub-ons for the letters. To set the title off, I used some Basic Grey chipboard letter covered with a coordinating pattern paper.
For the acorn embellishments, I stamped my Itty Bitty Acorn from Lockhart Stamps on vanilla cardstock and colored them with my Copic Markers. Then I trimmed them out with brown cardstock and a green scallop square to make them pop up off the page.
On the green 12x12 sheet, I stamped a coordinating leaf/acorn around the border in Versamark ink & added the brown scallop paper on top. These great scallop papers are available from Bazzill and you don't have to do a thing to them!
Supplies Used: Inchie Art squares by Inchie Arts; Cardstock ~ Bazzill; Pattern Paper ~ Basic Grey; Punches ~ SU; Stamps ~ Lockhart Stamp Company, Hero Arts (numbers for date); Ink ~ Palette, Copics, VersaMark; Brads ~ Making Memories.
While I'm showing you a fall page, I thought I'd share a few more pictures I took this week in my backyard.
That's it for today... next Friday I'll share a fun Halloween Inchie Arts project! But don't worry, I've got lots of fun creations to show you every day this week.