I'm finding these inchies so addictive that I've decided to go back to the beginning of the year and try to catch up on the inchies I've missed. Here are the first few.
Alice Blue: I had decided what I wanted to do for this subject before I looked at everyone else's. Really I did. However, when I did check, my inchie is very similar to Wendy's here , for which I apologize, although hers is more creative in that she drew Alice's door and I just coloured in Tenniel's picture of Alice with her "Drink Me" bottle that shrinks her to inchie size. I kept it because I am doing this mostly for me, and this is what I wanted to do. Again, apologies to Wendy.
Amulet: This one is an Asian token meaning Enlightenment that seemed appropriate to use as an amulet. The purple background is handmade paper shot through with gold.
Brown: For Brown, I used my brand new Water Mixable Oil paints. I combined the three primary colours red, blue and yellow to get brown, in the middle.
Ballet: I have some fabulous scrapbook paper designed around my favourite ballet: The Nutcracker Suite. The first one is a ballet slipper, and the second one is a tiny mouse king. You can even see his crown! The background paper is musical notes.
Cathedral: I decided to use a square of the quilt pattern cathedral windows. I once made a pincushion using this pattern and it is very difficult, at least for me!
More to come!