Today I just used one inchie and made it the focal point of the card by placing it inside an embossed frame made with my scalloped square Nestability.
I stamped this sweet pair of baby girl shoes on a piece of white PapertreyInk card stock and cut it to fit and attached it to the inchie. I colored the shoes with Stampin Up markers (Pretty in Pink and Blush Blossom) and added silver stickles where there were two buttons on the toes of the shoes.
Here is a closeup side view so you can see the embossing and the depth of the Inchie as well as the stickles. Isn't this the cutest pair of baby girl shoes? I didn't realize there was such great detail on them until I stamped them.
Here you can see the sentiment I stamped inside as well as the inchie on the front.. All these stamps are part of a clear set by Scraptrends called Classic Baby.
Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope you will try using inchies on your cards now!
Today's quote from Poor Richard's Almanack by Ben Franklin: "Hide not your Talents, they for Use were made: What's a Sun-Dial in the Shade?"
Stamps: Scraptrends - Classic Baby Clear stamp set
Paper: White, Sweet Blush: PapertreyInk
Ink: Onyx black Versafine
Accessories: Nestability scalloped square, cuttlebug, chipboard inchie: Magenta, SU Markers: Pretty in Pink, Blush Blossom, Stickles: Diamond Ice