These new little Inchie+ and Twinchies are just as fun to play with as their Inchie sibling. In fact with 3 sizes and all the wonderful neutral tones now available, there is even more opportunity for some creative adventures and mixing and matching.
On my first card I decided it would be fun to use the Inchies themselves as the focal point.
I punched half circles along the edges of a black Inchie+, at the corners of an Inchie and holes through the center of both.
The two Inchies were connected with a large flat brad making a perfect platform for a cute little Art Flower and Pearl.
On the second card the Inchie+ and Twinchie are not altered in any way but are instead left completely original in their fabulousness.
They make a perfect backdrop for the Art Flowers and Button.
The green Art Flower was colored with a yellow Copic Marker to better match the Graphic 45 designer paper used on the card. The top flower shows the original color of the flower. I love being able to alter/color the Art Flowers to match any dp.
The third card also used a Twinchie and 2 Inchies as a backdrop and also as an accent for the flowers (hand drawn and colored with Copics).
However instead of just stacking the Inchies, they have been offset to create a slightly different look.
The flourishes were made using an Ornare Template and Piercing Tool. A Copic Multiliner (0.1) was used to create the faux stitching.
I so love the many mix and match possibilities with these cute little Inchies and hope that you can have some creative fun with them, too.
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Supplies: Inchies, Inchie+ and Twinchie Squares; Ornare Piercing Tool and Template; Graphic 45 Designer Paper "Christmas Past Glad Tidings", "Renaissance Faire, Triumphant", "Renaissance Faire, Enlightened", Off White 1-5/8" Twill Ribbon; Jellie Ribbon Lace; Art Flowers; Pearls; Copics; Button