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12 Tags March

It's tag time and this months tag is done.  Being so close to Easter I have bunnies on the mind so I decided to go the large Easter Elements die.
Don't forget these tags are a "Remix" so creating is twice the fun.  Click HERE for Tim's March Tag.

I love all the layers of distress crayons, gesso, spray stains and inks I got to use.  There's a Fearless metal charm at the bottom with picket fence distress crayon.


I layered the birch die for something a little more organic, tying in with the corrugated cardboard.


My "spritzing" could use some work.  But just go with it and let it evolve.


I added a metal Checkered Brad from Emerald Creeks Craft Supplies to the linen ribbon for a topper then coated some picket fence distress crayon.  I like the look.  It's fun to try new.


I used a small tiny tattered floral for the wee bow tie.  Then tucked the metal White Rabbit Charm to the side.  


You can see the foil shimmering on the corrugated tag.


It's always so fun to create these tags.  I love revisiting the techniques and combining my Sizzix dies and Ranger products.

Here's where you can find me playing

Anything But Cute- Crazy for Colour
Tim Holtz- March Tag

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Comments

  1. I used the same die, but your take is really fab, love it!

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  2. I love the bunny-the die and the charm! Great springy colors.

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  3. What a fun and colorful bunny!!! Have a wonderful Easter!!!

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  4. As always you are totally creative! Love your easter bunny! Barbara

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  5. What a fabulous take on Tim's tag! I adore that bunny charm with such a wonderful patina effect! Simply awesome, Nicole!
    Thank you so much for joining in our Crazy For Colour challenge at Anything But Cute! Hugs! Branka DTx

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  6. Nicole, I am drooling over those metal pieces! Love your take on Tim's tag, which I found to be the most challenging yet! I guess that's why they call it a challenge! Your bright colors are there and they are beautiful paired with the birch die and the bunny! Your spritzing is like mine, so hard to get control over that spray bottle! tee hee!

    Thank you for joining our Crazy For Color Challenge at Anything But Cute. Hugs! Sara Emily

    If you get a minute, peek at my blog to see your images!

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  7. Nicole...Oh I just absolutely ADORE your BUNNY TAG! It looks FABULOUS! And your metal pieces look amazing too! I love the one from ALICE in WONDERLAND! Great job with all the art mediums....I LOVE IT!

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  8. Gorgeous tags with so many luscious colors added! That little metal Alice rabbit is fantabulous and so awesome sauce. Wonderful layers and techniques. Love the spritzing as well and the gold foil!

    Thanks for joining our "Crazy for Colour" challenge at Anything But Cute! Hugz! ~Niki DT

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  9. What a fun tag Nicole! Thank you so much for joining our Crazy for Colors challenge at Anything But Cute!
    Samra DT
    Paper Talk with Samra

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  10. Wonderful interpretation of Tim's tag Nicole, love your Easter theme with a touch of Alice! Deb xo

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