Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Winter White

I spent a happy evening crafting yesterday and while one of my projects isn't quite finished enough to share, here's an inchie for this week's Inchy by Inch theme of Winter White:



We were allowed one other colour but I stuck with just white, punching a few snowflakes out of a square inch of white cardstock then backing the piece with vellum. It looks really pretty with the light shining through :-) See?


11 comments:

Amy said...

What a good idea Mel, lots of these would look good in a window at Christmas time - one where you get plenty of light. Speaking of punched shapes - I seem to be finding scalloped punched pieces of paper all over the house .... I left the punch out and a couple of little people had a lovely time!

Ruth said...

That's very pretty but how on earth do you work with something so small?

JaNs ArTy AtC JouRneY said...

A lovely wintery white inchie :)

glitterbygrammie said...

The card looks pretty. I am interested in the muffin. It looks wonerful. Would go great with coffee in the morning. Thanks

Maria Ontiveros said...

Love that idea for an inchie. Sometimes I get flummoxed trying to come up with inchie ideas.
Rinda

Jennifer Rose said...

ooh very pretty :) simple is sometimes better and simple works well here :)

Fiona Whitehead said...

What a great idea Mel - a fabulous take on the white challenge

Mary B said...

That is such a lovely little thing off now to experiment myself with something simple to make for Christmas tree decorations

Basement gal said...

Wow that's really clever. I like the way you think!

Irish3 said...

Cool idea! Came out great!

Roberta said...

This is really really beautiful :)

Ciao ciao