Winter Inchies!


We made another set of Inchies last week. 
This time it's Winter Inchies

Click Here to check out my post on our Fall Inchies.

I got the idea from a fabulous Art Teaching Blog
by a fabulous Canadian Art Teacher. 
Of course my lesson was modified to fit the materials I have on hand in the classroom.

Here's an example of all the squares.  The kids all made the same squares. 

But then they were allowed to place them on the background in whatever order they wanted.  But the hats took a while to dry, so I told them to leave a blank in the middle for the hats.  So they all have the same centre inchie.

 The snowmen were made with a simple crayon resist.  I LOVE how they all have their own personalities.

The skates were made using punches.  I am a Stampin' Up! demonstrator, so I have an extensive collection of punches.  If you have any questions about the punches, go check out my crafting blog at

The hats were made using some glimmer paper, some old wrapping paper (I always save wrapping paper at Christmas) and this fabulous fake-snow type paint. I got this paint when we cleaned out my cousin's crafting room.  I'm not sure where she bought it, but I'm sure you can buy it at the box stores.


  1. What a great project. Thanks for sharing your creativity with us!

  2. Hi Sandra! Thanks for following my blog. This is such a creative project. I love it! Thanks for sharing.

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