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 and 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 2018 with a trip around the world.
Would you like to join us?
Make your inchies out of anything!

Scroll down for Inchie Tutorial Videos

Monday, April 23, 2018

Inchie Kenya


When I think of Africa,
I think of elephants :-)
They are so majestic and impressive!

Monday, April 16, 2018

Inchie Egypt

I was always facinated by Egypt, the piramids, the Sphinx, Tutankhamun, 
The Valley of the Death, Luxor, Abu Simbel etc.
We went there for our honeymoon, now 34 years ago, it was
our fist vacation outside of Europe and it was wonderful to see everything.



Monday, April 9, 2018

Inchie Peru


My daughter wanted me to draw
the famous Peruvian bear Paddington :-)

Monday, April 2, 2018

Inchie Germany

For Germany I chose a picture of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin.
We visited it a few years after the fall of the Berlin wall.

Monday, March 26, 2018

Inchie Ecuador


I love the colourful clothes and the hats the women wear in Ecuador!






Monday, March 19, 2018

Inchie Russia

St Petersburg and Mosco are on our list with places we would like to visit.
One day I hope to see the famous towers of the Cathedral on the Red Square
and that is why I chose them for this inchie.

Monday, March 12, 2018

Inchie Samoa

Historically there was no writing in Polynesian culture
so the Polynesian’s used tattoo art that was full of distinctive signs
to express their identity and personality.
Tattoos would indicate status in a hierarchical society
as well as sexual maturity, genealogy and ones rank within the society.
Nearly everyone in ancient Polynesian society was tattooed.
The turtle or honu is an important creature throughout all Polynesian cultures
and has been associated with several meanings.
Turtles symbolise health, fertility, longevity in life, foundation, peace and rest.
Source: The Polynesian Tattoo Handbook