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Tuesday, 20 May 2014

Inchie #19

You may have noticed that I didn't make an inchie last week.  I was away and I always intended not to do two from the list to make it easier for mounting onto my canvas at the end of the year.  I am back now with this weeks prompt of 'JOLLY BOAT'.  I have to say that I had to look this up (good old Wikkie) and found that its a small boat, usually attached to a larger boat and used for moving from boat to shore.  Does that make sense written down...it does in my head hahaha!  I found a teensy stamp by Hero Arts in my collection and used that.  It reminds me of a little fishing boat my Dad had when I was growing up in Looe.  The 'waves' are made from torn painted paper strips.


Its never too late to join in with this Inchie Challenge as the prompts are always there for us to see.  Take a look over at *INCHIE MONDAY* for all the details.  Its a lot of fun :-D

Thank you for looking today, take care of yourselves xxx

12 comments:

Kaz said...

It's so cute Karen! And so tiny!! Xxx

freebird7100 said...

Gotta love Wikipedia! I love what you did with the waves, how adorable. great job

WendyK said...

Fabulous inchie Karen, those waves look brilliant.

Jean Chaney said...

Fantastic inchie. I love the dimension that the ripped paper waves add to it.

Dawn said...

Hee hee hee, love it sweetie. You could just about squeeze 'Vashti' on there somewhere lol. Gorgeous inchie make.
Huge huggles x x x x

Zoe Brener said...

Looooooove the waves! You have such a cutester stamp collection.

Lisette Baker said...

You are good looking it up - I just took it in the literal sense. Love your inchie, those waves look fabulous.

Angelnorth said...

Looks a bit choppy for me! Fab little art piece, love the torn "waves"!

BJ said...

So cute, I love it. The neighbours seem OK with my playing, well it is a HARP, so who wouldn't? LOL BJ

Gio said...

It's so nice! Love the torn papers, look like real waves!

Annette Carlo said...

Sweeet lil' Inchie!! The waves are awesome! :0) Share Humanity

Cathy said...

Your boat is so precious. Good work!