Monday, January 17, 2011

caring

is the word for this week's Every Inchie Monday challenge.
This fiber inchie features a heart created by cutting the shape from the top muslin layer to expose the red velvet middle layer. It is further embellished with white and clear beads. Sides of the inchie were deliberately fringed.

15 comments:

dosfishes said...

Great beading on your tiny piece. The red heart is charming. xox Corrine

Barbara said...

Very, very sweet, and touching.

Dolores said...

It's a wonderful little interpretation of caring.

Kris said...

Very lovely and expressive.

Patty said...

Perfect

Threads of Inspiration said...

Oooh, I love the idea of cutting away to expose the bottom. Great idea!

Penny said...

A perfect representation of the word 'caring' and isn't that word wonderful. When I say it I want to reach out and hug someone or at least pat them on the shoulder and tell them I understand.

Lorraine said...

isnt this just lovely

Sue Smith said...

This is exquisite! Love it!

Paper Bagley said...

Nice,sweet and touching

Stampmaiden said...

Oh Deborah, this is so sweet and charming and it tugs at my heart. Love it!

jess said...

So little, so sweet.

Joanne Huffman said...

It's a lovely, sweet piece.

jackie said...

Such a sweet and lovely piece of art! I love how you "reverse-appliqued" the heart! And the beading adds such richness to this tiny piece!

ncurryartiste said...

Elegance at its finest.