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Hello everyone....we only have a little over a week left till Christmas!!! Are you ready for the big event or frazzled like me??? I actually bought Christmas cards this year...yikes!!! Anyway....on with the show!!!
It's my turn to host this weeks TLC and I had a little help from my DD Holly. A while back we were talking about some techniques for future challenges and she suggested using inchies. When I told her that had been done, she suggested using twinchies ( a 2 inch square). I thought that one had been done, too, so she said "well, how about an inchie on top of a twinchie?" And so, a challenge was born...Inchie on a Twinchie!!!!
1. You can use an inchie or cut 1" squares out of cardstock, chipboard, cork...what ever material you
2.Your twinchie should be a 2" square...you can use any material you like as long as you can stamp on it
3. You can use any colors you want or any number of inchie/twinchies...just as long as the inchie is on top of the twinchie
4. Have fun and be creative
We as people are raindrops of colorful ink , falling down Crisp and Clear, each a different shade more vibrant then the last, but once we realize at the bottom of an endless abyss we all fall into the same inkpot forming one color, only then can we come together as one My son.
Last edited by wendy2512; 12-17-2012 at 09:36 AM..
Reason: missed adding the link
This looked like such a fun challenge. I combined it with the color challenge. I, of course, got lots of inspiration from the galleries of both challengs. (just in case you see similarities)
I tried the Glitter Embossing technique on the snowflake, but I don't have a brayer, so it didn't work. I adjusted and added the Emboss the edges.