Thursday, March 04, 2010

H is for heart inchie


Here is a teeny tiny needle felted heart,
on a bit of vintage fabric inked with
Antique Linen distress ink, and crayon
outlines.


The G is for giraffe is attached to my Altered
Inchie Treasure box. His background is from a
serendipity paper, and includes patterned papers,
stamped images, paint, etc. His little giraffe
head came from (what else??) a National Geographic.

Be sure to stop by Fiona's for more inchies . . .

10 comments:

Sandy said...

Oh wow fantastic new work.
Really gorgeous. Love them.

Kimmie said...

I love them both! It's hard to believe they're only an inch - especially the needle felted heart!!! gotta love NatGeo!

missy k said...

These are gorgeous.... the heart is so delicate and such pretty colours. The giraffe is cute!

Karen

JaN's ArTy AtC JouRneY said...

Wow, just love your teeny tiny needle felted heart!!

AngelaC said...

These are both gorgeous! I really love the heart, it's beautiful!

Fiona Whitehead said...

Oh wow - that heart is so gorgeous - such delicate work - I wouldn't have the patience - love your giraffe too

trisha too said...

It's so tiny, it didn't take any time at all, Fiona. That's the good thing about inchies.

The bad thing is trying to cut out teeny tiny things. That giraffe head was more difficult than the needle felted heart!

:)

Contessa Kris said...

Adorable inchies. I have an ornament/ATC that you felted a heart on as well. I love it.

Rhonda Langley said...

Beautiful! Love the felted heart!

BumbleVee said...

the little heart is so cute.... aren't inchies fun? like you say... not much time to do either...being so small.... but, it was the funniest thing the first one I did.

I cute out the inch piece of paper and just sort of looked at it in despair almost ...like...what the heck can I do with this? It's too tiny to do anything.... but, in the end...I was very surprised at my results. You almost have to stare at it and get tiny with it to do much...and then awaaaay we go.... hahhah... I must bring them out again and look at mine....

and..the other thing... in a photo?...who can ever guess they are one by one? ... no clue is there? .... amazing little things really...