Thursday, December 18, 2008



I participated in an inchy exchange over on the Inchybyinch blog for Christmas. Twelve of us signed up which turned out to be a good number. Don't these make up a wonderful little set? Click on the picture to make it bigger and you'll see the creativity involved and some humor too. I'm really happy about having joined in.

8 comments:

Doreen G said...

These are so cute Timaree--I love them.

Laurie said...

These are really neat!

CC said...

You sure have been one busy lady! I just now saw your post on my blog, but had been under the weather & not even checking! Sorry I'm so late in responding!
I love your inchies!!! What do you guys do with them all?
Have a great holiday! Snow in AZ??? :D
Warmest aloha,
CC

Carol said...

Timaree these are just so cute! I surely admire your talent and all those involved in this project. About the best I can do is stick people.

Merry Christmas.

Sunni said...

Hi,
I wanted to drop by and wish you a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year,
Hugs,
Sunni

abeadlady said...

Love your collection!
Hope your holiday season is the greatest!

Arline

Kimmie said...

I love swapping inchies - everyone has such different ways to decorate a square inch! It looks like it was a good swap :)

MISS PEACH ~(^.^)~ said...

Dearest Timaree! This is Miss Peach here! You are my Secret Santa from Helena's Christmas Swap! Your lovely card is featured on my CAT ART SUNDAY blog post Dec28. I can not begin to tell you how much I love the original card you created for me. Being a cat, I know a little bit about great cat art! To add to our happiness, we are delighted to have found a new friend in you. I hope we get to know each other a little over the course of artlife. We love to make ATC's, Inchies, Sketchbooks and cards. Paper, ink, powders and rubber are a few of our favorite things. Well I also like catnip and mommy likes coffee.
I love that you live in Kingman because mommy knows two artists from there that are in her club. Maybe you know them too? Robin Cramer and Sandy Hampson.
We live in the desert too but not filled with beautiful cactus like yours. Washington is the evergreen state but not in our dusty little patch in the southeast.
Wishing you a happy creative fullfilling Mew Year.
Miss Peach and mommy Karla