Sunday, 27 March 2011

Catching up with Every Inchie Monday - RHYTHM

What was I thinking? I am only just getting my inchie in before the next Inchie challenge is due tomorrow. What with birthdays and anniversaries and geocaching and..... hmm, what else can I think of, lol, I had almost forgotten that I hadn't made my weekly inchie yet. But I am having a lovely quiet Sunday morning, DH and DS are out walking the dogs in the Firehills, so I have some time to finally get my itsy bitsy inchie done. The theme was "RHYTHM". I chose to show a drum and drumstick, because I find the steady rhythm of drums quite hypnotic. Well, not exactly that sort of drum, more the sort of African drum, but I wanted to make the inchie 3-dimensional, which I could do with drumsticks ( toothpicks ), but not with hands.

Here it then, better late then never, eh? -

Perhaps I had better start thinking about tomorrow's inchie challenge straight away, and try and be ready on the day.............. sure, like thats gonna happen, lol.

Toodlepip, xxx


Healing Woman said...

Very creative inchie! I don't know how everyone keeps up with the challenges. It must be addictive.

Robin said...

Love your toothpick drumsticks, very clever!


Anonymous said...

This is cool, Liz. I had to give up Inchie Mondays. I know, they're small, but I keep forgetting about it, what with so many irons in the fire.
Have a nice week ahead! It's probably already afternoon where you live. Just beginning my day here.

Hugs, Diane

Florence and Mary said...

That looks great!

Victoria x

Dorthe said...

It is great Liz- and so funny to do all this inchies--but like Diane ,I have to let it go- I have far too many other things to do for my shop, -and I will not stress--try not to :)
Hugs to you, dear.

Fabric Art said...

Wonderful inchie Liz, love your drumsticks.

Rustique Gal said...

Liz, you are so creative. I can't imagine making inchies or the weekly challenge either! I admire your dedication! They are really sweet-you probably could do a huge art piece with all of them some day.

Juanita Tortilla said...

Time is just flashing by isn't it?
I am enjoying the little 3 dimensional elements you add to your inchies! Never would have thought of that.

A little premature, but i can't wait to see the 52-inchies spread at the end of the year :)