Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Saturday, August 28, 2010
Today I would like to show you some inchie stamps, which are especially designed to create inchies with. For these cards I have used 'inchie stamps' from Inkadinkado. Tan also sells this wonderful set of of clear stamps. There are 23 clear stamps and they are just gorgeous and so versatile. You find these 'inchie stamps' HERE. Here are the four cards I made:
I made the first card by stamping four of the 'special thoughts' images directly onto the white cardstock. I used Stazon ink, because I wanted to use my water colour pencils to colour the images. If I had used pigment ink, the images would have gotten very blurry.This is what the images looked like when I coloured them in:
Since I coloured the images with watercolour pencils, I added a bit of water with a tiny brush and 'painted' the images a bit brighter:
Now ... after all those weeks of showing inchies it is your turn! I'd love to see you create some cards and/ or layout using inchies! Or ... if inchies aren't your thing, why not try
- Rinchies (1 inch round)
- Twinchies (2 x 2 inches)
- PSI = Plus Size Inchie (1 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches) ?
I'd love to see what you made, so please make sure you upload it in the gallery of Scrap 'N' Craft with T!
Friday, August 27, 2010
Thursday, August 26, 2010
Here are some photos that we took yesterday. We went for a drive around the area and ended in a beautful little town at the beach: Villajoyosa.
Monday, August 23, 2010
Conveniently enough, Terra Mitica has divided its rides into categories, based on the strength or mildness of the ride. I liked that idea a lot (since I am the 'chicken' of our family - not my words, but my kids' ..LOL). I have been in all the scary rides though, but I do regret it today, since especially my neck is really sore. Yesterday I felt quite 'funny' as well, so I think my thrill rides times are over ... Here are some pictures of the park:
Sunday, August 22, 2010
Yesterday we went for a walk around town and love the little streets of Altea. Here are some pictures. Some have been taken by our own photographer: Tom.