Nov 302009

“Inchies” aren’t just an inch anymore.  They now come in 1-1/2″ (Inchie+) and 2″ (Twinchies) sizes and some beautiful neutral colors.   Today I’m in the CLASSroom using some of these fun new goodies!


Hope you can stop on by.

Happy Crafting!

11 Responses to “Inchies Twinchies”

  1. Susan, these cards are wonderful! I’m loving the new Inchie+ and Twinchies – I’m going to have to pick some up! Thanks for showing so many great possibilities for them! Great job!

  2. Susan, As you may know, I love inchies so the new sizes are great as are your beautiful creations using them. Off to see what you are up to in the Classroom!

  3. These are wonderful. Never knew there were twinchies now LOL!. Your flower one on the right side is fabulous.

  4. These are all so gorgeous, Susan!
    Love what you`ve done here. Awesome work!!

  5. wow, these are gorgeous, Susan!

  6. Love the pink flowers you cut and put on the right card…they are beautiful. Twinchies…that’s a cute way of putting it and hey maybe you should apply for a patent on the name. Love it! Pat

  7. Who could of think that inchies can look so different and can inspire for so many ideas? I really love the punched corners on the first one; a nice contrast of the colors on the second; and beautiful handstitching along with the pom-pom trim on the third one!
    Thank you so much for sharing these projects!

  8. These look awesome and love the black and white one!!

  9. Truly inspiring how you have layered the Inchie + and Twinchie Squares to incorporate them into the design!!

  10. Oh Susan….your calendar pages are absolutely gorgeous!! One is as beautiful as the next, and I’m sure your sisters appreciate them!

    I totally get the 5 sisters story! We only had one bathroom to share between 5 girls, 5 boys, and our parents. Lots of fond memories now…and my sisters are my best friends. 😉

  11. Oops…wrong post on that last comment.

    I didn’t realize about the Inchies+ and the Twinchies. These are so pretty, and I will be heading over to the CLASSroom now.

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