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March 08, 2008

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marie guadagno

I would like to join your grup love mini art ---do you have Yahoo group Merry Christmas to you and yours Marie Guadagno Palmag73 @aol.com

Shriley Anderson

wow to join your newsletter. Creative Memories makes a punch that will punch a 1inch and 1 1/2 inch punch. They are a great tool

Sandman

I have made some inchies, but wonder how to store/collect them. Would a stamp collector's album be right.

If I were to hostess an inchie swap, how many should be in the swap and how many inchies should be sent to each participant?

Thank you.
Sandman

britney

hey i heard about inchies from a friend and i was hoping that you could tell me some more about them so just email me at tomboy4evrzjp@yahoo.com and tell me. im a fellow artist and im 11.

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I've never heard of inchies just discovered the term on another blog today, I hope to try some I create ACEO that i sell, but do people purchase inchies?

Genevieve

Awesome post! I'm tempted, so tempted!

Ildiko Baigent

wow - I always liked small things - details on cards, in scrapbooking and minibooks ( i mean really mini - like a slideframebook) it is just delightful what you have come up with!
Go on - show more of your ideas - for inspiration...
Greetings from Austria, Europe

~liz

Hey Ellen did you ever link to the definition of "bookworm" page. I would like to print it out? I can't find it. Thanks

Deborah Burgess

Another great reveal is on the way as I see the teasers above. I just love our stamps and having access to smaller ones will definitely be perfect for the 3x3 cards as well as compliments to stamps whose words are bigger..Thanks for being so innovative, looking forward to the new release.

Stefanie Staniak

Inchie is adorable. Like Hooty - I NEED him !! :)
Thanks for the instructions Ellen. Looking forward to your newsletter.

kathynruss

I am soooo going to jump on this little bandwagon. ATC's tend to intimidate me as they're TOO BIG! LOL. Not! Inchies I can really get behind. I have lots of tiny stamps, too. Woo hoo!

Debbie Olson

Love these, Ellen--so sweet!

Rose Ann

Oh my gosh, Karen's accordion book is adorable! I love all of those bookworms too, and I'm thinking they'll be used for bookmarks! Can't wait to see more!!

Sharon Harnist

I just realized this is a new Baby Bee, too -- how sweet!

Sharon Harnist

Woo-hoo, the attack of the Inchies has begun, LOL! Love Karen's accordian book -- too cute! And yes, you are certifiable for cutting out all those tiny worms, LOL! :D

Juanita

Wow, that is great and priceless information. Inchies are so cute, I hope my not so nimble fingers can do them, LOL. I love the idea of the newsletter. TFS.

Ruth Gore

Excited about the newsletter! Can't wait to start getting it. Must try making the background definition paper. Cool idea!

Jeanne

and A is also for awesome--love the inchies!

KathyN

The little bookworm is very cute on the Inchie. I can believe you cut all of those out since I would do the same thing. The cut out ones though, they look bald so it's good that they ended up on the Inchie with their antennas. They don't look too good bald. :-)

Alli Miles

Love your sweet inchies! Thanks for the details about them. I was wondering who started the craze *wink* It's nice to give credit where credit is due. I look forward to the newsletter and all the new surprises you have in store for us Ellen. Thank you for all your hard work. You know we adore you!

Jan

I have lots of inchie ideas on my blog. Check it out. www.stampqnart.blogspot.com You may have to scroll though several months. I've been making them for about a year now.

hb

aaack! You cut them all out!?!? Oh, but it was SO worth it! The bookworm inchies are A-dorable! You must be making something for the girls... bookmarks?

Christine McMullin

I've been noticing the inchie craze and kept passing it by...but I have a feeling that you are going to inspire me with some great new ideas and twists on old techniques. I'm eagerly awaiting more posts on this topic.

Andi Sexton (rrlscrapgal)

Oh goodie! A newsletter with wonderful tips! I'm off to register...

broni

What fun! I can't wait to see what else you have in store for us!!

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