Wednesday, 7 July 2010

Inchy by inch swap

Fiona at inchybyinch has organised an inchy swap with the theme of 'on the beach'. I've got a bit of a 'thing' about beach huts (I'd LOVE to have one) and I wanted my inchies to look like a row of beach huts on a beach (I know they're all going to be split up and go their seperate ways but they enjoyed being together for the photo!). I also wanted them to have a cartoon like quality about them.

10 comments:

SusieJ said...

Great idea Jo. They look fab together.
Sue xx

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Hi Jo,
came by to check on you - glad you're back creating.Your inchies look wonderful.
hugs,
Marie

Dogwood said...

What sweet little beach front houses. I could easily live in one of those. Enjoy...Dogwood

missy k said...

Hi Jo

What gorgeous inchies.... such a lovely theme, yours are great fun - loving the colours.

Lots of love

Karenx

daisy said...

These are sooooo cute Jo. They look fab all lined up like that ... would be a great idea for a future swap where you all make beach huts & you'd end up with a row of differently decorated beach huts, just like the real thing!

Cool or what!

daisy xx

Nathalie Thompson said...

These are adorable! Great theme and clever idea of yours. Makes me want to make inchies!

Lynn Stevens said...

how adorable those are!! all lined up like that they really look just like ones at the beach!

joy said...

Oh, Jo, these are just precious!! I love those little huts. Makes me want to go to the beach, too!

joy said...

Me, again! Thanks for your comment on my blog - if you will e-mail me your address I will make a YVG style ATC and send it to you. So sorry your package arrived empty - what a bummer! I've just become a follower of your lovely blog, too!

Kimberly said...

Hi Jo,
I'm so sorry it has taken me so long to say "hi," after you have been leaving the nicest comments on my blog, thank you. I have been catching up on some of your recent posts, and I love your work, I am now a follower, too! Also, so very sorry for your recent loss, we girls do love our daddies.
Blessings,
Kimberly