Monday, March 30, 2009

'Vintage' Inchies

Here are a set of 'Vintage' inchies I have made for a UK Stampers swap I am hosting.

I used:
  • Mountboard
  • Printed Papers (K & Co)
  • Gelly Roll Souffle pens (assorted colours)
  • Gold Artists Ink
  • Stamps (SeeD's Vintage set)
  • Versamark Inkpad (Onyx black)
  • Punch (1 inch square, Woodware)
  • Whispers Dye Inkpad (Dark Brown)

I punched out some suitable K & Co printed papers into nine 1 inch squares. These were then stamped with the stamps and Onyx Black Versafine. Dried with a heatgun and decorated with the Souffle Pens and allowed to airdry (about 5 mins). The gold ink was applied by fine brush selectively and allowed to dry.

The mountboard was cut on the rotary cutter into nine squares and the decorated squares adhered with glue stick. After a little trimming all edges were inked with the dark brown dye ink direct from the pad.

That's it. Hope you like them :-)

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  1. These are fab Sid, thought I recognised those SeeD stamps!

  2. These are lovely Sid, the warm colours look great and I love the little touches of gold - very chic!

  3. I found you through Google while I was searching for some inchie inspiration and found your blog...what a nice surprise! I loved reading and looking at all your artwork, your are extremely talented and full of inspiration! Thanks for sharng so much with all who visit!

  4. these are fabulous Sid - but then I always love your work. Great colours and images.

  5. The colours of the Souffle pens look fab with the background- an unusual colour choice that really works!

  6. Sid,
    These are beautiful! I have a question,
    what is the black versafineink (how is it different than regular ink) and why did you choose it? I noticed you said you heated it.

  7. These are wonderful. Thank you for explaining how you made them.

  8. Ooo I like the style of these. They look fabulous as a group it seems a shame to split them up.


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