I’ve discovered something.  I LOVE Inchies!  I can’t put them away.  I keep trying to, but I just love the feel of these little miniature “canvases”.  So why fight it!  lol  Today I have used some Inchies, Inchies+ and Twinchies and some of the many tiny vintage images on Graphic 45’s Christmas Past Collection “Letters to Santa” and “Deck the Halls” designer paper to make some miniature focal points for a couple of different Christmas card sets.  Graphic 45’s Christmas Past Collection “Let It Snow” designer paper was also used for a background design.

Here is the first set.


And here are the individual Inchie designs closeup.




After cutting out several of the vintage pictures I decided how I wanted to mix and match my Inchies with them.



I used Mod Podge to adhere the papers to the Inchies.  Once they had dried, a final coat was applied for a finished look.



Here is the second set.


And here are the closeups of each miniature scene.  Graphic 45’s Christmas Past Collection “The Holly and the Ivy”, “Glad Tidings”, “Carol of the Bells” and “Letters to Santa”, designer papers were also used for background designs.





My oh my what fun I had!  Now it’s time to get these cards in the mail.

Thanks for dropping by today.  Happy Crafting!


Set of 3

Stamps: Stamp Oasis “Seasons Greetings”; Memory Box “Joy to the World”

Papers: Memory Box “Licorce”; Neenah “Classic Creme”; Graphic 45“Christmas Past Collection” Designer Paper

Inks: Memento “Tuxedo Black“; Ranger Distress “Tea Dye”; Black Gel Pen

Accessories: Inchies, Inchies+ and Twinchies; Cuttlebug and Textile Embossing Folder; “Saucy” Lace Ribbon; Cording; Black GG Ribbon; Velvet Ribbon; Brads; Ornare Piercing Tool and Template; Corners Punch; Stickles; Mod Podge


Set of 4

Stamps: FLLC “Holiday Greetings”

Papers: DCWV Mat Stack; Graphic 45“Christmas Past Collection” Designer Paper

Inks: Memento “Tuxedo Black”

Accessories: Inchies and Inchies+; Twill Ribbon; GG Ribbon; Pearls; Stickles; Mod Podge

28 Responses to “Give Them An Inchie…”

  1. What a wonderful creations, just gorgeous. Hugs Marja

  2. I’m amazed with the detail you manage to squeeze into such a tiny space! Those little sentiments are so stinkin’ cute!! I’m just going to have to downsize my thinking for a while and try using these inchies after seeing what can be done with them! TFS your fabulous ideas!!

  3. Oh my my my! these are so fun to look at! Such tiny details!

  4. Wonderful use of vintage designs. Shows off the intricacy of the design with just the right amount of embellishment. Lovely.

  5. These are so pretty Susan. I love seeing the texture on each card too. You can totally tell you enjoy playing with them!

  6. Wowza….all I can say is wowza! These are fabulous, Susan! I need to make a set of 4 cards as a Christmas gift and I may very well steal your idea for that second set. Great job!

  7. Wow! I am a big inchie fan and I ADORE the graphic 45 images. What a fabulous collections of cards. Love the all!!

  8. LOVE inchies myself..wow..you have inspired me to use them! Vintage is so cool and you really did an AWESOME job on these !! 🙂

  9. Very cute! Those are so fun. I might need some inchies. . . 😀

  10. Holy cow Susan!! These are all STUNNING!! I adore vintage, and your cards are each unique and beautiful!! WOW!

  11. Simply amazing! What you can do with 1 square inch of paper is incredible. Love all your designs and ideas! I just have to get past the idea that I “must” stamp to call it a card! Your Graphic’s 45 images are so beautifully done!

  12. Gorgeous cards! Those little images make a big impact!

  13. These are gorgeous, Susan. So clever and so pretty! I love them all, but Joy to the World with the “red” is my favorite. They’re beautiful.

  14. how extremely pretty!!! I LOVE these vintage images! And I love how you made such a tiny image the whole focal point! 🙂 Love your Christmas cards!!!

  15. Terrific cards, love your piercing on the santa card and the embossing and layout of the girl card, great framing in the second set!

  16. Oh wow!! Susan, these are fabulous!

  17. OMG, Susan…what fabulous cards!!!! Who knew that inchies could look sooo good….I’ll have to make some of these, for sure!!!!

  18. These are so pretty, Susan! The two sets are very different, but each so special and finely crafted. It looks like you had a lot of fun putting them together!

  19. Two words Susan – OH WOW!!! Absolutely gorgeous my friend – You are such an inspiration! Thank you for all you do!!!

  20. And I love inchies too because you create so many beautiful cards with them! Love all the texture and paper piercing on the first set! And what a great idea with the riibons on the secon set!

  21. Wow, Susan! These are absolutely beautiful. I have these vintage images and some inchies so thanks for the inspiration to put them to use. Love the decoupage idea. Adds to the finished antique look of your creations.

  22. Beautiful and elegant!!!! Such wonderful, beautiful cards – no wonder you are having so much fun with these inchies – your work is incredible!!

  23. Love these cards. They are so elegant. Can see why you love the inchies…you use them so well!

  24. They’re so beautiful and elegant, Susan…and I love the vintage images!! Incredible work, as always!!

  25. In preparing to leave a comment, it seemed that every fabulous adjective to describe your creative use for these “inchies” had been “taken” by others — some of the things I wanted to say were “incredible” – “Woza” — “beautiful” “adorable” — well they are truly all of these things! I can see why you are “hooked” — I want to be too!

  26. Eye popping gorgeous! The work you put into these is unbelievable! I am in awe of your attention to detail. These are just gorgeous. And the vintage images make them perfect with the inchies. Thanks for helping me to remember inchies. I have a box of them that I haven’t pulled out in months. Great inspirations! Best, Curt

  27. Love the vintage look! They are fabulous!

  28. WOW! I love these cards!! They are all so beautiful!

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