Monday, 16 June 2014

Every Inchie Monday -- Lavender

On Every Inchie Monday the word is Lavender.
For the sewn one I made a lavender bag from very fine white fabric, and painted a spray of lavender on the front. I put a very small amount of dried lavender in and stitched the top, with some ribbon added to finish it off.
The card one is simply a painted version.

13 comments:

Heather said...

Lavender is one of my favourite herbs and scents, and that tiny little lavender bag is so sweet.

Lisette Baker said...

Your lavender bag is adorable and the drawing, as always, perfect! Great inchies.

sally said...

Those amazing pairs just keep coming and you've produces a lovely pair again this week :-)

Sally

Meggymay said...

Two beautiful tiny pieces of art. Your sewn one looks amazing.
Yvonne x

Jean Chaney said...

I am always amazed at the detail you are able to squeeze into your inchies. I would love to see that little bag in person.

Merlesworld said...

You can't beat lavender.
Merle......

freebird7100 said...

I can believe how much detail you can get in one inch with paint! Adore it

Zoe Brener said...

That micro bag is amazing! Well done, good on you!

Karen Gist said...

WOW Wendy!!!! Your little bag is incredible my lovely!!!!! Fantastic work and attention to detail xxx

Trillian said...

Your really put a real bag on the inchie. How small it must be. And how filly to do.
Wonderful inchies.

Cathy said...

There is a scene in a favorite children's book of mine where a little boy slips a miniature cowboy from his pocket. The cowboy then draws a very tiny detailed street scene. The boy passes it off as his own to impress his teacher. Uh, I suspect you must have a tiny cowboy of your own with all the detail you can acheive! These are fantastic!

Jenn said...

You are awesome. These inchies are gorgeous! That bag! WOW! I love what you did, I only wish I could blow these up so I could see your details!!!!! WELL DONE!

Cathy just cracked me up with her cowboy story... I'm with her. YOu got little people doing this stuff!

Annette Carlo said...

I am speechless, Wendy!! Both are just amazing!!! Beautiful work!! :0) Share Humanity

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