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12 Tags of Christmas; #1


I'm brand new to the concept of Tim Holtz 12 Tags of Christmas.  And I thought it would be fun to make them.  I flying off to Vancouver this weekend so I won't be working on Day 3 and 4.  But I will make make some when I get home.

OK so the idea is to use what you have and get inspired.  That's pretty much how I craft so this works for me.  I did get together with my 2 VERY talented GF's and we pooled our resources.  YES, one of my friends JUST picked up the pinecone die cut!  LUCKY!!!!

I don't have a die that cuts a sentiment.  So we cut "SNOWY" at 2" from Winter Woodland cart and glittered! I added thick Hemp Twine at the top and added a jingle bell attached with a paper clip.  Cool...

Here's my full tag inspired by Tim's. It's not about having all the stuff he used.  However, it is about using what you have and trying his techniques.  And that I did!

For the bottom I hand cut holy leaves and hot glued red jingles for berries.  What a POP!


So this is my take on Tim's Tag, #1 of the 12 Tags of Christmas.  How'd I do?  It's my first official Tim Tag!



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  1. Love it! I have the same snowflake punch and embossing folder as you! Hummm I might have to try this...

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  2. It's great!!!!!I watched his videos everyday last year---------you did a fantastic job.
    Anita

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  3. I like yours better! totally agree with the POP the berries give! will you be posting all 12 days also? I am going to go and buy my first batch of glitter tomorrow to play!!!

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  4. I adore your tag!! I LOVE the red jingle bell berries!

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  5. Great job!!! Its just perfect!!! TFS
    Have fun this weekend.
    hugs,jen

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  6. Ooooohhhhhh aaaaaaahhhh, well done it looks fabulous!

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  7. Great job! Love your work! Have a fun weekend. Look forward to seeing your next tags. :-)

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  8. Love your tag! Especially those jingle bell berries!

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  9. Fabulous job on your tag! Love the jingle bell berries..so cute!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  10. I love the pop that the jingle bell "berries" give your tag too. Great job!

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  11. I like that you added a splash of red too :)
    Very pretty tag!
    Have a fun time in Vancouver--one of my favourite places to visit and SHOP :)

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  12. Love them! The Noel one is pretty neat!

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  13. Wow, I think you did a great job at re-creating TH, tfs

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