September 28, 2011

Garden Inchie Rubber Stamp set

I've been busy creating some new projects for the Darkroom Door Blog. The new Garden Inchie set is gorgeous ... check these out. More details and other projects from the Creative Team using this set of stamps will appear on the Darkroom Door Blog next week so keep your eye on it.






September 23, 2011

ATC Winner

The random winner of the ATC giveaway is ..............

TSBroome said...
These are all so beautiful, Michelle. Thanks for sharing.
Reply September 19, 2011 at 12:31 PM

Congratulations TSBroome, email me with your 2 favourite ATCs and name/address and I'll send them out to you.

I decided to draw a runner up will also receive 2 ATCs of their choice (if not already picked by the winner ... otherwise you will be given another choice.)


Congratulations Shirley, drop me an email with your address and you'll also be receiving 2 ATCs.

shirley said...
Love them all Michelle!
If I HAVE to pick two it would be 1st row no.4
2nd row no.2 :)
September 21, 2011 11:52 PM

September 18, 2011

ATC Frenzy


Some very simple ATCs I made recently using Darkroom Door Background Stamps and Distress Inks for the backgrounds.

Leave me a comment here (or on the corresponding Darkroom Door blog post) stating your two favourite ATCs and I'll draw one random person Friday 23rd September who will be posted the two cards they like the most (worldwide is fine!).





The Darkroom Door background stamps I used are:

1st Row L to R
Dots
Harlequin
Postcards
Floral
Flourish
 
2nd Row L to R
French Script & Splatter
Splatter
French Script
Postcards
Weathered Stripes
 
3rd Row L to R
Word Block Journey
Postcards
Word Block Christmas
French Script
Frangipani
 
4th Row L to R
Frangipani
Mesh
Damask

September 1, 2011

Free Inchie Printables

I'm on the hunt for some printable images to use on Trading Cards and Inchies and stumbled upon a few great finds so I thought I'd share the links.

These ones shared from DigitalCollageSheets.com


Even though this next one is a Halloween theme, the images still lend themselves to make some great Inchies


Wackystuff on flickr shared some words


Constancet2009, again from Flickr some awesome bottles
 And if you dont mind parting with a few dollars, check out these gorgeous tiny images by PictureMerchants which I think are designed for scrabble tiles but I think would be great on Inchies. She has a few editions so check out her shop.