(Sparks, Nevada, USA)
Nine Inchies by Kip Franks
This is a set of nine inchies that I'm hoping to trade. They are my first ones and were a lot of fun to make. I really enjoyed doing them.
I did a lot of thinking to come up with something. I bought a whole bunch of wood shapes, and the bag just happened to have some the right size and shape. I searched on the internet for a series of small pictures, and I found these images. I glued them onto the wood shapes, dyed the edges and then glued the shapes onto a square piece of cardboard.
I covered them with pouring medium to keep them from fading.
This was a fun project, and I did three more sets of nine. I will hang them in my house as a group if nobody wants to trade with me.
-----o-----Thank you, Kip, for sharing your set of nine beautiful inchies with us. Of course, they're not artist trading cards, but we just couldn't resist including them anyway, especially as they're on the maritime theme that we love.
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