Monday, February 28, 2011


The word for this week's Every Inchie Monday challenge is frolic. According to The Free Dictionary the definition of frolic is
1. Gaiety; merriment: fun and frolic.
2. A gay, carefree time.
3. A playful antic.
intr.v. frol·ickedfrol·ick·ingfrol·ics
1. To behave playfully and uninhibitedly; romp.
2. To engage in merrymaking, joking, or teasing.
adj. Archaic Merry.
My original intention was to make this inchie out of fiber but instead I ended up using a copy of Victorian scrap mounted on a paint chip and embellished with bits of lace. This copyright free image is from Penny Plain Scraps.


Dorthe said...

How sweet it is, like a little theater--
I have not made my inchies the last 3 weeks- so many other things, that came up...I will try do do this weeks,though.

Barbara said...

Very, very sweet indeed, and perfect for the word!

Joanne Huffman said...

I love this - it reminds me of the illustrations of a lot of the books I read when I was very young; where the characters really did frolic.

Dolores said...

This is great - an old fashioned frolic.

layers said...

I do see "frolic" in this one-- colorful and spring-like which we dearly need with all this cold weather.

Kris said...

What a great frolic inchie. So vintage! Frolic seems like a vintage word too. Great work.

GP Marketing said...

Frolic is sort of an old fashioned word isn't it, and this inchie certainly fill the bill beautifully. xox Corrine

Yvonne said...

I'm behind on my inchies, but this one is very nice for the word prompt. Lovely!

Cat said...

This is frolic to a "T"!!!! Love your vintage take on this word!

Threads of Inspiration said...

I love your vintage image! What a great inchie!