Open to everyone:
A weekly challenge that will leave you with 52 square inches of pure creativity!
This is a great exercise for those that don't have a minute to spare.
Imagine the end of the year....what will you create with your inchies???
How will you interpret the Inchie Word of the Week?
Create one square inch of art with anything, post it on your blog or Flickr
then leave a comment here with a link to your INCHIE.
An inch a week is all we ask...
but it's ok to miss a few
Every Inchie Monday began January 2, 2012 and we will continue it in 2022, a year with colours"
Would you like to join us?

Make your inchies out of anything!

Monday, February 26, 2018

Inchie Turkey

There’s still a lot of people who only know of Turkish Delight as the powdery white sweet
used by the White Witch to entice Edmund in The Chronicles of Narnia.
However, the confection has a long history and is one of Turkey’s most popular exports.
One of the oldest sweets in the world, going back almost 500 years,
the Turkish Delight recipe has remained almost unchanged since the day of its inception.
As the story goes, the Sultan, trying to cope with all his mistresses,
summoned his confectionary chefs and demanded the production of a unique dessert.
It was through this summon that the Turkish Delight was born.

Monday, February 19, 2018

Inchie Cuba

We visited this beautiful country in 2016 and I used one of our many pictures for this inchie.
I chose one with Che Guevara, because you see his picture everywhere in Cuba.

Monday, February 12, 2018

Inchie Romania

Whenever I think of Romania, I think of  Dracula!
Count Dracula, a fictional character in the Dracula novel by Bram Stoker,
was inspired by one of the best-known figures of Romanian history,
Vlad Dracula, nicknamed Vlad Tepes (Vlad the Impaler),
who was the ruler of Walachia at various times from 1456-1462.

Monday, February 5, 2018

Inchie Zimbabwe

I have about 1 meter of flight magazines and in one of them 
was a large article about Zimbabwe,
but there was not one picture I could use for an inchie.
So than I cut Zimbabwe out of a Map of Africa
 and printed the flag for this weeks inchie.