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Blingy Framed New Year's Inchies

used in this project :
Bling, Floss, Card Stock & Adhesive
My project today features one of the amazing Lifestyle Cutting Die Sets in the store. The smallest die is perfect to create a small frame for INCHIES!!! I'm fairly new to inches--they are little pieces of art on a 1"×1" square. Artists trade them just like trading cards.
I created my little inchie frames by diecutting the smallest square on some of my favorite Bazzill card stock and then I sewed, using the holes punched with the die, some embroidery floss around the framed and tied a bow in a corner. I added crystal bling to the corners and attached my 1" squares that I cut out of the images from the collage sheet. The 1" squares were edged with a black marker to help them stand out a little. For me these fun images of New Years celebrations was a super addition to my frames. I hope you enjoyed my Blingy Framed New Year's Inchies! I can't wait to making more artistic inchies to frame!!
The cutting dies are on sale right now in the store!!! Jean is clearing them out to make room for MORE!!! I'm so excited as dies are my most versatile tools in my collection. I use them in scrapbooking, cardmaking, decorating, kid's crafts, mixed media, altered art and so much more. Check out the great selection and pick some up today!!


  1. I just can't do the inchies thing at my age with these eyes. I would need a magnifying head thingie. Not pretty.

  2. OH Leslie Rahye, you make me smile, waht a great Idea and inspiring use of the dies. They woulc be perfect gift tags or cupcake picks too!


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