Game on!

This week’s theme at Every Inchie Monday is “game.” I had lots of ideas for this, including making a miniature Monopoly board and drawing some chess pieces but in the end I chose an easier option!


I used three different images of vintage bingo cards, all of which came from The Gecko Galz, and shrank them down to one inch squares. Then it was simply a question of making a little collage on each one.


This one has a stamped rose, coloured with Promarkers, a tiny punched butterfly and a punched heart. The heart has been coloured with Promarkers, decorated with white pen and I’ve written the word love.


Next up is a little stamped bee, a printed word and a touch of sparkle.


Here I’ve added light touches of stamping and then added a punched butterfly and given it a tiny rosebud for its body.


Finally just in case you are interested to see what a tiny Monopoly board looks like, here is one I reduced in size. P1070830

Be sure to buzz over to Every Inchie Monday and check out what everyone else has been up to. In particular, check out  Freebird’s entry to see her inspired game board made entirely out of beads.

Thanks for buzzing by.


Game on! — 24 Comments

    • Thanks Roberta, I never seem to have too much time when I need to create these so I usually just get on and do it!

  1. My, ain’t these sweet? And your teeny-tiny decorations are amazing, And as much as I love them, I am totally smitten by that itsy bitshy Monopoly board!

  2. I like how you said these were an easier option?!? there is so much work into these. What a great job you did and thank you for the mention. I truly love your bingo cards.

    • Thank you and you’re welcome, I think the extra challenge of working with beads is awesome and always look forward to seeing what you’ve done 🙂

  3. Love your tiny games, you really packed them with a lot of beautiful extras! That tiny beaded game was cool! ~Diane

  4. Your inchies came out so beautiful. I love the vintage look.
    The monopoly is really small. Think about the houses and hotels. You have to use a tweezers to place or move them.

  5. I’m so jealous of you. Your work is fabulous and these… well, these are just amazing. I TRULY love them. Very nicely done. You are amazing.

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