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12 Tags of Christmas, Canadian Nickel Style


A big Thank You to everyone that followed my first ever 12 Tags of Christmas.  I can't believe until now I had never followed this fun event.  And an Event it truely was.  I was sucked into all the fun, techiques and challenge of re-creating these fesitive tags.  I hope you enjoyed my take on Tim's Tags.  I know from some of you it left you feeling like you could make them too...even without all the dies, inks and goodies.  I'm just starting out and I have very little.

Here I have added and LINKED all my tags in one post.  Below you will see all my tags where they hang on my tree.  Each tag will be linked to my post so you can see more photo's.  On each post is where you will also find a link to Tim Holtz Blog where you can remake any tag you like. 

























My Christmas Tree with all the 12 Tags of Christmas hanging on it.






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Comments

  1. I loved following your 12 tags-it was my first year too! I can't believe I missed out on all the fun before!

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  2. You did a great job on all your tags, good luck on the contests you entered it. You tree looks wonderful with all the tags. Enjoy your holidays!

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  3. You tags are all very very stunning.. super job ! Beautiful.

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  4. oh my goodness nicole! these are all just beautiful! I'm thinking that I'm going to be lifting a few of these for my gifts...I haven't even starting shopping yet!! Good luck on all the challenges!

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  5. Love all of these tags! They look fantastic! That was a great time with Tim together, isn't it? ))))

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  6. Lovely Tags and your tree is beautiful.. Have a very Merry Christmas.. Take Care

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  7. Beautiful tags and your tree is gorgeous! TFS

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  8. You did a fabulous job on all of them!!
    Hugs,jen

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  9. Scrapulous job! (in my book, that's scrappy-fabulous!)

    Thanks for posting them -- hope you win a KA with your creativity. You've certainly given me ideas for tagging without "standard" supplies.

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  10. I love them all, Nicole, and I'm kinda jealous you played along with all 12 tags! Thanks for sharing your fun with us, and thanks for entering our Seriously Creative Challenge :)

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  11. Love those tags there all so beautiful. Think tag 2 is my fav though...lol Love deer.

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  12. They are all pretty, but I like #5 the best.

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  13. Embossing sentiments i can see in here blog ,Have a inspirational work for the coming Christmas....Especially the #12 tag....:):):)
    print plastic card
    clear business cards

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  14. Lovely tags! Very pretty on your tree! Thanks for sharing with us at FCCB!
    Glenda

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  15. Gorgeous tags! Great job! Thanks so much for joining us at Patches of Pink!!!

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  16. I am coming over from Patches of Pink, Link Up Party. Nicole, your tags are stunning! The right balance of embellishments and colors. I like that you chose to hang them on the tree. How fun for visitors (or kids) to search each one out!
    I am #19 at Jalisa's Link Up.

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  17. oh wow, oh wooOOOoow, oh ♥WOW♥!!!!!!! these are utterly AMAZING... all *TWELVE* of them! jaw-dropping creativity and artistry!!!!!!! (WOW!!!)

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  18. Well, Nicole, they're all gorgeous, but I think #4 and #12 are my faves! Your tree looks frickin' AWESOME!!! Thanks for entering these tags at Creative Accents Challenges, hugs, Roxy.

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  19. Your tags look incredible. You did such a fantastic job!

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  20. Hi, Just saw your tags on Pink Cricut's link, thought they were beautiful.
    http://craftingwithcreativem.blogspot.com

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  21. AAAHHH!! I can't believe you got them all done! And they look AMAZING!! Nice job doing them all with what you've got too! I sooo don't have that much self control! I think I spent well over 100 bucks while the 12 tags were going on! It doesn't help when you work at the LSS and have a tab! lol Thanks for playing along with us at Creative Accents too!!

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  22. OMG! I can't believe you completed all the tags! Good for you and who would have thought they could be used as tree ornaments? Not me, they look amazing and what a great idea Nichole. Thanx for joining us at Creative Accents Challenges.

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