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Saturday, January 23, 2010

Will You Create An Inchie Or A Twinchie?

Welcome to another Saturday Challenge with Sunflowers And Dragonflies!

This weeks challenge is a "real" challenge! We want you to create projects using inchies or twinchies!  What are they you ask?  Inchies are one of the latest fads in card making. They are 1" x 1" cards, yes, tiny greeting cards, that display stamping on the front, and a short, little message on the inside, if you wish.  So, by now I'm guessing that you've figured out what Twinchies are...yep, little 2" x 2" cards!

I took this challenge and changed it up a bit.  Rather than create actual inchie or twinchie cards, I cut the "Picking Flower" image into one inch pieces.  So, my card has 12 inchies on it!

Rachelle Ann Miller's "Picking Flowers" sold by Sunflowers and Dragonflies 

After stamping this image on white cardstock, I colored it with Copic markers.  I then carefully cut it up into one inch squares and then assembled my card as shown.  The "Thinking of You" sentiment is also by Sunflowers and Dragonflies and is part of the Four Seasons Stamp Set.  I used two large red eyelets to help me add some ribbon at the top of my card and a bit of red Stickles added to the heart on her dress made this card complete!

To be eligible for this weeks prize drawing, please post a direct link to your challenge project from either your blog or an online gallery to the Sunflowers and Dragonflies Blog, specifically on the Challenge #26 Blog Post, so we can view it. If you upload to an online gallery, please use the keyword SD26.
Deadline for this challenge is next Friday January 29th.

This weeks Prize is CUPCAKES! You'll win the 1 1/4" Candied Orange Blossom, Choc Dipped Strawberry, Mixed Berries, Raspberry Chocolate Rose, Sugar Frosted Pansies--all just for playing along!

Good Luck!



Anonymous said...

Jennifer- this is awesome! I never thought to do this! You ROCK!

Beth Norman said...

This card rocks. I love how you have a mosaic going on. Totally awesome!

Beth said...

Fabulous card Jen I started doing something similar to this but couldn't get them lined up right but yours are perfect love the image you used and your coloring perfect.

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shuggy said...

i love this card!! i might have to try it!

Pam Speidel said...

How creative Jennifer! Love this idea and will have to give it a try!

Mrs. Fence said...

LOVE this idea for inchies! What a fun card!

Jerusha said...

What a fun, unique idea! I love this! Great card!!


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