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12 Tags of 2013 {January}

January Tag #1
 
{Ohhh how I'm going to try and make ALL 12 tags this year} 
 
Last year I think I made half. I must admit, I really love this tag.  I'm a big fan of the gears and they were my first TH die I ever bought in November 2011.  Yep, I remember...sorta!
 
I had some of the stuff for the January tag, some I didn't and some I picked up. 
 
 
 
I have never stamped ribbon before.  Ummm...liked it!  I don't have the January stamp, bit I have the row of numbers from the Stampers Anonymous, Little Labels.  Love these numbers!  All the stamps are from this set.
 
I don't have the label so I simply stamped and cut out the pointy finger.  Put up your hand if you LOVE this finger stamp!  MEEEEE....!!!!!  I have it in both sizes.  I always have the Hinge Clips in my stash.
 
I just happened to have the metal findings gears.  I was looking at the clock hands, but I really didn't want them.  So I went without.  Not bad eh? 
 
 
I really love the colour combo Tim used.  I'm sure I'll be trying this again.  There are so many layers that make up any great crafty project.  I need to think more ink!
 
If you don't have all the stuff, just use what you do have.  The point is to try the techniques.  And if you want to get something...wait for the sale!  It always pays off;)

Comments

  1. Love it Nicole! I think I will do 12 tags of my own, it's my goal to craft for fun once a day! Not for deadlines or anything else! You always inspire me to craft!

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  2. Cool! Good idea to make one a month and who cares if they are the same as Tim's?! It makes me think this would be a good Christmas card project that fits & ships cheaply in a #10 envie and I'm sure to be finished in time next Christmas :) Hmmm, we'll see but thanks for the inspiration!

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  3. I think I will build mine tonight. Must share more on my blog. I did all but the summer months and gave them away before taking a picture :(. I like your take on this tag!

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  4. Great encouragement, thanks, love the tag!
    Must try & do 12 tags!

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  5. You did a great job on this month's tag and I hope you stick with it. I really appreciate the close up photos that you posted. I know it takes extra work. Thanks for sharing.

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