Monday, 30 December 2013

Every Inchie Monday - Time

For the last inchie of the year on Every Inchie Monday, the theme is Time. I have chosen Tea Time, as I seem to spend a lot of time drinking tea. The background is coloured with distress inks, stamped the clocks next, and then made the words and tea cup with shrink plastic.


13 comments:

chrissies said...

A lovely idea for your inchie Wendy--any time is right for a cuppa

Happy 2014 from Chrissie x

sally said...

Lovely cuppa! Will you have something a little stronger to bring in the New Year I wonder :-)

Sally

Zoe Brener said...

Long live Alice in Wonderland! :)

Heather said...

It's always time for tea! Love your little shrink plastic additions and I also love Distress Inks.

Trillian said...

Brilliant inchie. I love Tea Time.
All the best for 2014.

Cathy said...

Gerat idea! Thought you might have stained the background with tea. . .

Annette Carlo said...

Wendy, I love your Inchie!! I wish I had time for tea time. Maybe when all three of my kids are in school!! :0) Peace be Yours and a Very Happy 2014

Jean Straw said...

Hi Wendy, I am sorry that I've not had time to comment much lately but I have looked at most of your inchies and marvelled at the detail you manage to get into them.I love all the tiny shrink plastic pieces that you make, you must have a great deal of patience.
Wishing you a Happy New Year.
Jean x

freebird7100 said...

love your inchie, I am not a tea drinker, but I do love tea time, lol that is what my late husband called dinner. Great job, see you next year!

Sandy said...

I love your inchie and I am going to join in the fun for 2014---- can you please tell me what Alice Blue is? The firs word in January. I don't have a clue!! And did you draw you little teacup? Wonderful and so much fun!!
Sandy

Katelyn said...

Great idea! I love a good cup of tea also. The background is great too.

Lisette Baker said...

Fabulous idea. Love the tiny tea cup. Am enjoying the last of my Christmas spiced tea. Happy New Year.

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

This is such a cool little composition. I need to experiment more with shrink plastic. Happy New Year!

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