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Monday, 21 April 2014

Inchie #16

Hello, its Monday again and I am here with another inchie :-D.  This weeks prompt is 'HOT' and I did get in a muddle trying to decide what to do.  Thats the great thing about this challenge...it makes you think!  Saying that, I will have to think very hard about next weeks prompt hahaha!  Back to this week.  I took the easier route of inking up a sun onto my inchie using distress inks.


Its not very good though but you get the idea hahaha!  I am getting quite a collection now so when I get to 20 I will show you them all together.   If you fancy this challenge all the prompts are already up on the site, take a look *here*.  

Thank you for popping by, take care xxx

16 comments:

chrissies said...

Terrific inchie Karen--I can feel the heat from here :)

Love Chrissie x

Kath said...

It looks hot enough to me!

Lisette Baker said...

Great effect and fabulous inchie. I too am perplexed about next week!

freebird7100 said...

I think it is adorable. It gets the point across.

sally said...

Matches the sunshine here in the Scottish sky, though ours is not as hot as this lovely inchie!

Sally

Kaz said...

It's lovely Karen, certainly says hot to me xxx

Jean Chaney said...

I think this is quite beautiful and the sun just bursts with heat. Great inchie!

Dawn said...

Hee hee, fab inchie sweetie. It's been soooooooo good to see the real thing up in the sky of late!!!!!!
Huge huggles x x x x

Traceyr said...

Good to see the sun Karen and it fits the prompt perfectly.

:)

Jenn said...

I LOVE IT! That is a great looking sun. I really like the look of it. Nice one and perfect for HOT!

Zoe Brener said...

Such a pleasant inchie! :)

BJ said...

Cool, - LOL BJ

Annette Carlo said...

That about explains how the weather has been here in Sunny Cal!! Nice sun!! :0) Share Humanity

Gio said...

You rock, Karen!! Love this little cutie, can't wait to see all together!

Coco said...

Lovely inchie this one too, also clever as usual!! :) xxx

WendyK said...

Fabulous inchie Karen, shame it doesn't shine much in Wales.