In keeping with Inchie INKlings' September challenge of creating a 3-Dimensional Inchie, I tried my hand at a Fall themed one. Using Karen Lockhart's Acorn & Fall Leaves stamp, I stamped just a portion of the image onto an Inchie Arts White Inchie Square with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and then colored with these Copic markers and Spica Glitter Pens:
I stamped a separate acorn, colored and cut it out, and adhered it to my Inchie with dimensional foam tape.
TIPS: Color the edges of your cut out piece (acorn), so the white edges of the paper don't stand out and distract from your artwork -- especially when working with darker colors like I did here. I also colored the edges of the white dimensional foam tape with a brown Copic marker, to disguise it. These tips will really give a true dimensional quality to your artwork. Don't forgot to also color the edges of your Inchie Square, too, to finish it off.
To add to the dimension, I crafted a miniature clothes hanger from a paper clip and glued it with Ranger Glossy Accents on top of my Inchie. I hope you'll join in this month's Inchie INKlings challenge and use these tips to create your own 3D Inchie!