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Last Post of 2012, Maculine Tag

One More Post to close out 2012?
 
Today is my FIL's birthday.  So, all his kids and daughter's in law (my husband, BIL and SIL) all went in on a gift card together.  So, a masculine tag/ card holder.
 
I just picked up the Halloween Shadows die today (had to play).  I've seen these spooks pulling double duty and posing as people (carolers) instead of mere trick or treaters.  It got me thinking, since there are 5 of us (+grand kids) I used these people as a "FROM ALL OF US" type tag.
 
 
A few tickets stamped and inked along with the "For You" stamp from SMS Hoory for Birthdays stamp set.

 
I used tissue (from a shoe box) stamped it, then glued it to the tag.  I layered another piece of paper (newsprint) and embossed it for the pocket.  Be sure to distress and ink it.

 
I tied off some twine and an embellishment finishes off the tag.

 
A fun masculine tag to celebrate a special someone's birthday. 
 
Have a Happy New Year and thank you for joining me for all my 2012 crafty fun!  Wonder what 2013 has in store?  I've got a few fun things planned.
 
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  1. Lovely tag I'm sure he will love it.
    Happy new year from Northern Ireland x

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  2. This is just awesome Nicole. I love it!

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