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

8 comments:

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!

Hugs,
Robin

Diane 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.
Dorthe

Fabric Art said...

Wonderful inchie Liz, love your drumsticks.
Anni

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.
Hugs,
Sherry

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 :)