Friday, April 18, 2014

Inchie Frame with Frenchie team and Stampin'Up! Product

Hello Stampers 
  What are "Inchies" well they are little square and varies in size but they are about 1" to 2" square. If you check Pinterest you will find many project when you enter "Inchie" in the search. Today my share is a project done by my team. ***)the first time that I saw some little square in frame in was in Fiji on the Share with Stampin'Up! incentive trip that Penny Thomas share with all of us. I love her work so beautiful.)  They did such a wonderful job in their creation. LOVE IT! This month we did a swap of 1-3/4 inch square. So each participant did 20 of the same square and send them to me so I could swap with everyone then mail it back to them. The great thing about swapping is you just have to design ONE square and then you have all different one. So with all the square that was swap I did 2 frames. FYI I don't have every square because we had 22 participant so I'm missing 2 and only 18 square was use for the 2 frame. So you will see in the video on y blog at how to assemble your square in a frame. All our square was 1-3/4 and the top one I added a mat of 2" in the frame of 10".

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For the video on how to assemble the inchie in the frame visit my blog at 

France Martin
France Martin

It's me Frenchie with a little french accent living in the United States, that loves to create and share paper crafting. Hope I inspired you to create your own creation with paper. Thank you for stopping by. Come again soon!


  1. France this is So beautiful and so clever. I recently made an inchie frame myself and when I came to framing and matting it I ran into trouble and couldn't quite work out how to make sure it's even on each side. Now I know how, so next time it will be perfect. Thank you for your fabulous tutorial. Have a lovely Easter with your family. Cheers Donna Z :)

  2. They are all so pretty! That would look lovely on my craft room wall as I just recently papered it with a white textured paper. I guess I'll have to make one. LOL (As if I wasn't inspired! haha)

  3. Hi Frenchie,

    I am new to your blog, been getting your news letters but have not left any comments before. That's a cute frame ,like the one with the matting better. Love all your videos.
    Yvonne N.
    Gravenhurst, Ont. Can.

  4. That is so gorgeous. What a great idea. I will have to try that with my friends. Thank you so much for sharing.


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