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12 Tags of Christmas; #10


Tag 10 was a lot of fun!  Although I was a little impatient and took pictures before my ornaments could dry!  I really like this tag...so much I made 2!  But if you want to see my second tag you'll have to check back on December 16-18 for Hop I am in.  It should be AMAZING!


Had to sneak my Jingle in!  If you have been following my version of the 12 Tags of Christmas then you know each tag has at least 1 jingle on it!  I cut a stem from my mini $1 store tree then layered with tinsel, ribbon and the red jingle.  All glued with hot glue.

For my version of BELIEVE I stamped and punched cork, then distressed with a little vintage photo.  I added some gold glitter glue to make it look like icicles.  My banner is hand cut TH music paper, then to get that tattered edges I punched the tips with my Martha Stewart drippy goo punch.  I could have borrowed the banner from my GF but it's the weekend...family time!

For the facets I did see the ones Tim uses.  However I picked up the pack of 48 of thin facets.  I figured I could get a lot more use out of 48 than 12 of them. 


Here's a sneak peak of my Tag 10 variation.  Check back Friday Dec 16th for the whole tag.



 

I really love this tag. Making these little ornaments was so much fun although a little finicky! If you come back on Dec 16th for the Hop I'm in you'll see how I made a tag super personal. I can see you wanting to make some too!


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  1. Love it!! It was hard waiting for it to dry!

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  2. Love your cork! I think it makes the tag better!

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  3. Love your tag! I made some of the ornaments but didn't have the tape so I used Be Creative tape and foil...

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