Monday, November 5, 2007

Fairy House Charm


I love this little fairy house charm but decided to part with it for blog candy:) This one is done with mica instead of glass.

44 comments:

Laura said...

The collage sheets specific for charms sound terrific, Inka! Your charm is really great! AND the alphabet stamps...about 8 alphabets ago, I told myself "no more alphabets", but I think I'm obsessed with them!

Cathy M said...

Wow great candy! I never get tired of your houses...your just so creative with each one.
Thanks for a chance.
cmeyers@hughes.net

DianaB said...

Count me in, please!

Gayle Page-Robak said...

The little houses are a perfect idea for a charm and your idea for the stamp sheet is really a good one. The more I see your houses, the more I think I want to try to make one. Question...approximately what size are they? Not sure where to start but thinking of using chipboard. What do you think? I don't like working with mat board, although I have it. Hugs. Gayle.

Janelle said...

Great Work! I love reading your blog!

peggy said...

I love soldering charms, and you just keep me salivating to create more! I'm going to do a "glass dance" to try to end the backorder! :) Peggy

jodene said...

Please enter me this week. Thanks for the chance!

Carolyn said...

Inka, your house-shaped charms are darling!

Appliquetion aka Apple said...

very cute charms!

MelissaS said...

What great charms! Thanks for the chance at super candy :)

Angel said...

Love your charm ideas, Inka!

Claudia's Irish Eyes said...

You have a wonderful blog and I love the houses.
Claudia
scfranson@charter.net

Mary Catherine Dabrowski said...

I am not tired of your houses! Your work is inspiring.

Linda Peterson said...

I love to look at your houses.
Thanks.
Linda Peterson
craftylin1968@aol.com

Moonwillow said...

The little charms are so awsome! I have been messing around all day trying to make a decent charm! lol and look at you, badabingbadabam you did it! way to go.

Jan Scholl said...

these are sweet! very unique. I have you in my reader too!

lindacreates said...

Beautiful charm Inka. I never get tired of the house shape.

ARTifact & whimsy said...

OH MY GOSH!!! I can't wait to see the teeny fairies!! that is a must have for me and the backs and fronts I'M SO EXCITED!!!! I've got some teeny little bottles to put them in and oh the glass houses and circles!! I can't wait!! Your creations are just amazing. I'm going to make houses for mom for christmas. your such an inspiration to us all!!!
hugs,
Dawn

Elaine said...

DARLING - soooo tiny and so detailed!! I hope you pick me!!!

Greensleeves said...

Wow! These little charms are brilliant! what a great idea!
I'd love to win one of them.
cheers!
Galina
sasha1703@yahoo.com

kermetta said...

You are so very talented. You inspire me to try the unknown. I love coming and reading your blog and seeing all you do you are trully gifted thank you for sharing your many gifts with us. Lets see if i can win these great treasures

dasimonds said...

Hi Inka...
Your little houses are so sweet..tiny..and very creative.
Great idea for charms!
Thanks for sharing...I would Love to WIN a beautiful charm.


Dee

Kristina Lewis said...

The charm is gorgeous! And love the houses! Thanks!

Gina Wrona said...

Awesome candy! Who won week #8? I must be blind because I just don't see it.

I'd love to be entered into Week #9. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Inka, I never get tired of your little charms & houses. I'd love to win one of them. Where do you post the winner's name?

sujemi

Linda SS said...

I'm loving your charms and the little houses are so sweet:)

Wanda H said...

Love the little house charms!! Nope, not tired of your houses at all!!!

ladibug said...

Hi Inka!
I love your little house charms! I've done some glass cutting and know that this must be very difficult to cut! Will your hubby post tips on cutting rounds and ovals and intricate shapes? Now I'm off to look at alphabets!
Thanks for this great blog!

Diana

mavis said...

The added flourishes really worked well. The house is very nice indeed.

Anonymous said...

I love your houses!!! You are so creative. I just found your blog and I will be back again. : )

sancan_12@yahoo.com

Lori Roberts said...

You went and did it again! I love this idea!!!

Chiara said...

Wonderful candy!
I love your charms!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Chiara

Anonymous said...

Oh my gosh, your charms are so adorable! I hope your hubby can make some houses with his glass this small as Im in for purchasing some. thank you for the chance to have a piece of your work and some great stamps!
Tisa
akrats@mtaonline.net

Anonymous said...

House shaped charms are so sweet and I love the alphahbet stamps!! Crossing my fingers, hoping I get lucky!

Carolyn

Carolyn M said...

Posted previously, just wanted to make sure you had all of my info in case I did get lucky. LOL!!

Carolyn Miller
tchs2nd@yahoo.com

Deana said...

Here again, I never get tired of looking at your sight.
http://justdeesarts.blogspot.com

Artifice said...

Inka,

You blow me away with all the wonderful art you create! I love the house charms and all of your other houses. Linda

Jen Crossley said...

Inka
I love your LIL House charms they are very Cute.I love House's and charms!!!
Jen
PS count me in

Betty said...

Wow!! Awesome candy!!

Sherry Yeager said...

I love the new houses. Sherry Yeager

Jo Anne O. said...

Inka! Love your houses...they inspire me! I also try to drop by weekly to see what you have been up to and to check out the blog candy! It looks like there is a really nice set of alphabets this week for a lucky winner!

Thanks for your constant energy and inspiration!

Pattyjo said...

Very pretty collage sheets! If I win go to the next person. I won't be out of commision for a few weeks and won't be able to respond. Your art is "Off the charts gorgeous"! Happy Thanksgiving to the best!
#1fan

kmatelsky said...

these are truly an inspiration.

Pattyjo said...

Never....will we get tired of YOUR houses...Never! I love your work all of your work! You take my breath away, with such awesome talent!