Monday, 16 June 2014


A new week, a new theme and some catchups....

Lavender is the latest Every Inchie Monday challenge...

This is actually a cut down image off the back of a card I received a few years ago, I saved it because I really like it and it reminds me of the Plateau de Valensole lavender fields in Provence not too far from where I spend the winter, also close to the OCCITANE factory in Manosque!

And here are killer & khaki that we're missing from the set!
The archer is a Fiskars stamp & the background is part of a Paper Artsy stamp

The delay on this one was due to the fact that I'd mislaid the camouflage paper...the heart is a brad and the plain khaki piece is a die cut (spellbinders)


  1. These are just gorgeous inchies! That killer is hilarious. :) Occitane..... mmmmmmmm............ I would take English lavender over French any day - supposedly more potent in aiding insomnia (that's what they say anyway).

  2. All three are fabulous and I'm so pleased you managed to catch up. I especially love what you've done with khaki and I love your take on killer, very clever. I can see why you hung on to that image of the lavender fields too.

  3. Fabulous tiny pieces of art. Love the lavender fields.
    Yvonne x

  4. Glorious lavender fields - what a heavenly place it must be to stay, even in winter (as long as everyone stays in one piece, of course). Love the killer - and it looks so cool layered over the PA background stamp. Good work on catching up!
    Alison x

  5. Wonderful inchies. I don't suppose it really matters when we get them done. I'm glad you are caught up though. I love the lavender fields.

  6. love all these inchies! Glad you got them done! adorable!

  7. Great picture of the lavender fields... NOW I feel guilty as you catch up and I only got one done this week... maybe next week I can knock these missing inchies out! ALl three of yours this week are great =) SO CUTE!