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Christmas Tag


Noooo...it's not 12 Tags of Christmas, #3 Tag:(

However, I am having so much fun following and creating the tags I thought I would wing it.  And give you at least a tag to check out while I'm away.  I wanted to play with some of the new stuff I've been learning.  So I decided to make my Mom a Christmas Tag to go on the little bag I made for her.  I'll show you those later.

It's kind of a few things I've seen thrown together onto a tag.  I embossed the tree with some yummy green embossing powder.  Then sis a 2nd tree in detail silver, embossing it in 3 layers of silver to give it a THICK snowy look.  I don't have the snow product so the next best thing is to embossing.  Then I trimmed the snowy bows.


I wrapped the trunk with hemp twine then added this red jingle.  I punched my snowflake with green card stock for a leafy effect and added some wee red buttons as berries.  For something a little different. 

I used the Merry Christmas ticket inked with red and green. 

Lookie how pretty this tree turned out.

I'm hoping on Monday I can play some catch up and work on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

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Comments

  1. LOVE the tag you made for your mom, I'm sure she will as well! I use the 12 Days of Christmas as inspiration, not to copy... mostly because I don't have that much TH stuff ;-)

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  2. Another great tag, very cute and I am sure your Mom will love it, tfs

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  3. Just love the tag. Giving me great idea, im running a Secret Santa game at work and this would bet great for the gift giving.

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  4. this is outstanding, so much detail on here on such a small space

    http://tryin2craft.blogspot.com

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  5. Another awesome tag Nicole.
    I haven't even checked out his tags yet.

    Oh I forgot to mention, I love your background and header on your blog...so cute :)

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  6. Love the tree! The whole tag is cute.

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