Monday, 9 March 2015

Every inchie Monday -- Egyptian

On Every Inchie Monday Egyptian is the word. For the stampbord one. I painted the background black and embossed the hieroglyphics in gold. I then added a shrink plastic Tut mask.
For the sewn one, after many attempts with fabric that kept fraying I made a pyramid with the reverse side of some leatherette, which was the nearest colour I could find to stone. Not a very exciting sewn one this time.



12 comments:

chrissies said...

Wonderful inchies Wendy

Love Chrissie xx

Margriet said...

Great inchies, I love the King Tut mask!

sally said...

The stamp board one is stunning! Fraying fabric has to be one of the most annoying things ever, a good way round it is either bondaweb or iron-on interfacing in case you want to use the fabric again for something else :-)

Sally

Meggymay said...

Two fabulous inchies, as always, you amaze me with the awsome details in a small space.
Yvonne xx

Heather said...

Nice pyramid, but Tut is gorgeous.

Jean Chaney said...

These pieces are just fabulous, Wendy. I really like the sewn pyramid.

Kia said...

Two great inchies. I love the design of your pyramid. How clever to use the fabric you did. Your tut mask is lovely. It is so glorious is reality. I still must dig out my shrink plastic. Love how you have emphasized the gold.

J L Johnson said...

Like both of these inchies. I think your pyramid turned out great. Tut is always gorgeous.

freebird7100 said...

Both inchies are awesome. So much detail!

Zoe Brener said...

Unreal Tut! That cloth pyramid is so cute :)

Heather Jackson said...

Cool inches! I especially like the king Tut one.

Trillian said...

Two wonderful inchies.

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