Sunday, 3 February 2013

Ruin Inchie

I'm a day early with my inchie for the Every Inchie Monday challenge as I have DT posts to do Monday and Tuesday. This weeks theme is RUIN.


For my inchie I used a Crafty Individuals stamp. I stamped the image twice then cut out my inchie on the part of the image that I wanted, I coloured the sky with Promarkers. I cut out the second image and coloured it with felt tip pens and water then I adhered it to the twinchie with silicone glue.

22 comments:

  1. What exquisite detail for such a tiny piece of art!
    Jo x

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  2. Lovely piece, wonderful to get all this on an inchie! Valerie

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  3. WOW Hazel this is stunning and I'll say it again, so much detail in such a small space!!

    Wonderful and love how you've layered it up.

    Sam xxx

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  4. Oh Hazel it's just gorgeous :)
    Von ♥

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  5. Loving your ruin image, fab work Hazel, xx

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  6. You're much better a cutting out small pieces than I am, Hazel. Well worth it because your inchie is fantastic.

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  7. As usual Hazel you rocked it out! great job! I love the layering! Need to get mine started lol.

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  8. This is gorgeous - just love that vivid blue sky through the ancient stone... a tiny masterpiece! Thanks so much for your lovely comment over at mine - much appreciated.
    Alison x

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  9. Fantastic Hazel-it it so clear and the image stands out beautifully against the background

    Love Chrissie xx

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  10. Fabulous inchie Hazel, I used a CI stamp as well. Great idea using a small part of it

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  11. This is fabulous! Love all the colors and details :)

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  12. Love your inchie. Beautiful colors.

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  13. I love it. No way could I have ever cut that.

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  14. I, too, love the layering and the wonderful contrast created by the background colour. This "ruin" is brilliant!

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  15. There is SO much detail in this, Hazel - lovely work and your colouring is great :-) xx

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  16. This is so clever! Inchies fill me with dread but I like the method you've explained and will have to try one using this technique.
    Juliaxx

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