Postage stamp inchies

I needed to make some postage stamp inchies, and I found enough patriotic postage stamps that I decided to use them for my 4th of July inchie mingle, too.  Here are my patriotic ones:
You have to love postage stamps - they are little works of art in themselves.  To make them my art, I just put them on a gold leafed background and added a touch of bling.  The other stamps were harder, because not everything looks good with a star on it.
The stamps are so big that in order to see any background, I had to offset them.  I thought adding an alpha gave them some cohesiveness.  Finally, I had one stamp left.  This inchie is for a special friend:
Fairy Knoll - sparkle
Fairy Tale - America
Off the Wall - red, white, and blue
Stamp Something - red, white, and blue
Craft Us Crazy - red, white, and blue
Paper Play - stars and stripes
Stamp Insanity - stars and stripes
Divas by Design - anything but a card

Juliet Arrighi


Bianca said...

What a good idea! The stamps are beautifull we should often do something different with it than just waist it with the envelopes! Thank you for joining us at Fairy Tale Challenge! xx Bianca

Jenny said...

Was füe eine tolle Idee das Thema umzusetzen. Deine Inchies sind echt klasse.Danke für deine Teilnahme bei Fairy tale. Liebe Grüße.

Vicky said...

nice inchies Juliet :) nice touch with the stars. And the love one with the cute mini heart button is lovely :)

Unknown said...

Lovely idea, thanks for joining us at Divas

Tenia Nelson said...

Very cool!!! Thanks for playing at OTWC!!

Melodie said...

What a great do you display them?

Kelli Green aka Cajunstampingqueen said...

LOVE your inchies!!! Thanks for playing with us at StampInsanity this week!!!

Susan Says (Stupid Stuff) said...

Great work! I'm always impressed by inchies, the details in such a small space is amazing. Thanks for playing along with us at StampInsanity this week :D

PokSa said...

Great idea. I like it.
Thanks for joining us at the Fairy Tale Challenge.
xx Sandra

Jaclyn Miller said...

What a fantastically fun and creative idea - so cute with the bits of bling. Thank you so much for playing along at OTWC.