Jun 082009

I love these cute little Inchie Squares.  In fact they are so fun that today in the CLASSroom I’ve made an Inchie Puzzle Card using 15 of them!  Hope you will come on over and check it out.


18 Responses to “Inchie Puzzle Card”

  1. I sure will be checking out the classroom! I love inches and am loving this card.

  2. Oh those colours look so rich together! and with the Valcro it s so, so nice – love it.. will check out the link you gave for more details!

  3. This really is a masterpiece Susan! I LOVE the sponged edges and soft, subtle look of this! Beautiful!!

  4. The card is beautiful, I am inspired. I’ve always like the look of panels or squares making up the whole design.

  5. The card is very beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful tutorial!!!

  6. I will be right over … this looks awesome!! You always amaze me with your creativity!!!

  7. How cute is this!!!!! Great color combo too!!!

  8. Gorgeous, Susan..heading over to the Classroom for a closer look see.

  9. Very pretty. I have a hard time using these things. Hmm, I’ll have to check it out.

  10. Susan, this is an awesome card…I have never made a card w/inches, but I love yours!

  11. What a cool technique to stamp all those little inchies, Susan…your card turned out beautifully…gotta give this a try!!!

  12. Susan, this card is gorgeous! What a fantastic technique — thanks for sharing it! 🙂

  13. Beautiful card. I love the colors you chose. Great way to use inchies. The embellishments are super. I am off to check it out..

  14. Wow, you do amazing work!
    I was sent over here by Beth:)

  15. Great card! love how you used the little squares!

  16. Just beautiful, love the shading around each piece and the vellum scallop is such a pretty touch, lovely colors!

  17. Oh my…gorgeous, Susan!!

  18. That is very pretty Susan. You are very talented.

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