Thursday, 29 December 2011

Last two inchies of the year

I haven't been around for a couple of weeks, and it will probably take me a week or two to catch up with all the blog posts. I hope you all had a good Christmas.

I took part in the 52-week long inchie challenge right from the start and really wanted to finish it. So here are my last two inchies of the year -

GREEN inchie -

YELLOW inchie -

Toodlepip xxx


Gisèle said...

what a great finale !!! I have loved seeing all your inchies this year...
Happy New Year !

Linens Lace and Lattes said...

Hi! Been behind and when I saw your post I had to dig in an catch up with all I missed. love love love all of the items you have made. Merry Christmas to you! deb Linens Lace and Lattes

Anonymous said...

Both are so pretty but I am drawn to the first one in particular.
Here's to 2012 being a wonderful year for you. Thank you again for the beautiful prizes I won in your French giveaway. Looking forward to see what you have in store for 2012 with your beautiful art.
Warmest Wishes

Cottage and Broome said...

Your inchies are beautiful, I've made inchie bracelets. Have a wonderful New Years, Laura

Dorthe said...

Dear Liz ,they are beautiful both, but like Lynne I prefer the green one-it looks so fresch-and lovely.
I know I said it before-but I admire you,that you have made every single inchie-will you maybe make something with them all ?
Take care-

A garden just outside Venice said...

Hi Lizzie, I'm still off from Blogland too..wishing you and your family a wonderful New Year!
Michela x

Fabric Art said...

Both your inchie are wonderful Liz, and what now, do you know what you will make with them ?,
Merry Christmas and best wishes for a creative new year.
Hugs Anni

suziqu's thread works said...

Dear Liz
Mission accomplished - I admire your ability to hang in to the end week by week!
I love your green inchie the best as those olive beads look so divine.
Been thinking of you heaps lately dear friend.
Hoping for you a New Year full of more joy, precious moments, great creativity and successful flea finds!
Take care and sending you big hugs across the miles,

Queenie Believe said...

I just happened across your beautiful blog. Your wee inches are wonderful, the details is awesome.
Have a great day.
Always, Queenie

Kimberly at ArtJoyStuff said...

Hi Liz,
These are beautiful, I think you may have saved the best for last.

Rebecca said...

Hi Liz
Stopped by to see how your Christmas went and to wish you a most joyous New Year!
Many Blessings

Bluebell said...

Those inchies are just exquisite, I am glad you managed to finish them, all your work is beautiful. I hope you have a Very Happy New Year.

ParisMaddy said...

Your inchies are wonderful! You are just finishing and I am just starting the Inchie challenge, my first time with these little guys.

Happy New Year.


Janny said...

Your inches are so beautiful!

Wish you a very Happy New Year,



Rhonda said...

Oh Liz, don't feel bad about being away from blogland. You know we are always here! I'm still catching up, too.

Love your inchies and I wanted to say Happy New Year to you.

xo Rhonda

Lynn Stevens said...

Well Liz you sure went out in style with these colorul inchies, Congrats on getting all of them done this year, What an undertaking!
Hope you had a wonderful New Year.
Thank you so much for the darling fabric lavender sachet (it smells heavenly) and sweet tag. What a surprise!!! Our mail is so slow here. I swear they still use pony express. LOL. but I did receive it. Thank you so much for thinking of me. I will cherish it!!
Wishing you a New Year full of Health Happiness and creativity.
Hugs Lynn

Gaby Bee said...

Both inchies are enchanting, Liz!
Best wishes for a super 2012. Hope the new year brings you loads of love, laughter and creativity.


Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

Wishing you all the New Year Blessings you're dreaming of - and more - dear Liz!

Love everything you make and I've just seen the sweet tags you made for Rhonda!

I've not tried inchies before but maybe I'll given them a whirl this year!!

Live, laugh, love and "be happy"!
And here's to another year in the land of blog!
Shane xo

Andi's English Attic said...

I like the green one especially.

Have a wonderful, creative New Year! xx

Cheryl said...

You should punch a hole in those and wear them... they are so cute!

Xela said...

Mein Favorit ist das Gelbe!
Ich wünsche dir ein wunderschönes neues Jahr meine Liebe und ich hoffe meine Email ist bei dir angekommen.
Hugs und knuddel

Anonymous said...

So delicate, Liz!!!! Inchies are definitely a challenge, but they do tend to push one to do something creative. I didn't follow through with mine. :-(

Love yours! And the new golden one.
It doesn't even look like paper!

And there's no end to themes for them!

Hope you're keeping warm and cozy!

Hugs, Diane