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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

'Africa' Inchies



I am running an inchie swap over on UK Stampers Forum which is a Continents swap.  There are six swaps - one per Continent each month for 6 months.  There are nine inchies per swap culminating in a challenge to use all the 54 swapped inchies in a craft creation. The first Continent is Africa and these are my swaps.

I used a stamp from Tanda (Advert Plate 2) which has a tiger image as part of the stamp.  This was first stamped 9 times with Archival black ink on stout white card.  I then used a 1 inch square punch to selectively punch out the tiger.  Once done I coloured the image with Copics.  The borders were dotted with fine gold pen and red Copic.

Once done I used a Sakura clear glaze pen to highlight just the tigers.  Once dry each inchie was edged in blue iris chalk ink.

Sid xx

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11 comments:

  1. Whoever receives these will be pleased. Annette

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  2. Oh Wow Sid - these are great - how did you get them to look so uniform? Fabulous inchies.

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  3. Lovely inchies! Thank you for pointing me towards Tanda stamps haven't heard about them before, they seem very nice!
    Hugs,
    Cardarian

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  4. Whoa Sid these are fab, love the tigers xxxxx

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  5. Sid, the colours are gorgeous. I love them and am amazed at anyone who can produce such detailed work in such a small inch space.

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  6. Great use of those inchies........

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  7. Great inchies Sid.
    xxx Hazel.

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  8. Loving all these inchies :-)

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