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June 24, 2010

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linda

I love your inchies...it's so interesting when you put things in a grid...the unorganized becomes organized. Everything just comes together! The brown version is really nice, although muted...the colorful version is very happy looking to me :)

Michelle Ward

TJ - these boards are fabulous! So ambitious to make two - with 81 squares each...and so tiny. Makes for some wonderful visuals. Thanks so much for sharing with the team - such inspiration!!

daisy

I luv the idea of your nichies!

Great visual interest, fabulously displayed.

daisy xx

MissKoolAid

Beautiful! I like them both.
Cheers,
Sophie

Jacqueline

Dearest TJ, these boards are gorgeous!! You made them in such a short time too! Really beautiful! I love that colorful board ~ very inspiring. Have a lovely merry happy weekend and love to you!

Maria

i love them both! great job! i love mosaics, so these really appeal to me!

Kitty

Oh, wow, fabulous boards! I love your salvage of (n)inchies and I like the brown board even better than the colorful one. Now I (just) have to find a post in which you describe how you make them ;) ;)

And thank you for your comment on my sugar-packet grid.

Regina

They are both beautiful

Helen

It is so much fun to see your ninchies! Love the result. And thanks for your comment on my blog.

DJ

Yumminess !
Congrats on using supplies available, too.
Pat yourself on the back, kid...


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dawn

oh my...i love both of these!!!! The color one makes me want to hold it in my hand and examine all the beautiful colors in it.

belinda

wow, that's quite an inchie collection. fabulicious!! i love blueberries, and i'm sure the pancakes were griddle-licious.
greetings from bad aibling
belinda

Jane

OMG! These are so cool! I love that you started off by making pancakes, too. You have alot of patience to line up all the squares, they are beautiful--WOW

Brigitte

These are just super fantastic, I love them both ! Think I will make myself some pancakes too. Maybe I'll get inspired to create something beautiful like these ;-) Thanks for sharing !

Rosemary Griffin

Great grids, both wonderful.

Michelle Brown

Wow! What an amazing job! I love both of them.... wish you hadn't mentioned pancakes... now I'm hungry!

Cath

Oh these are so beautiful, each very different, but equally lovely. Your glue experiment really interests me; I suspect I spend too much time fussing over glue...

school_dubl

With the new 2011. Year! Congratulations.

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