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I did it, I created my May Tag for the 12 Tags of 2015 Tags.  To say this is a loaded tag is an understatement.  There is a lot of creative goodness going on.  There's a ton of tiny elements to layer including the new Tiny Tattered Floral Thinlit die.

My take on this months tag.


I love to layer all these tiny flowers and leaves.


I cut "moments" using the new handwritten journey thinlit die.  I used a hinge clip for some metal since I opted out using the arrow.


I am really loving the new Photobooth images.  Tiny images that layer right into any project.  I coloured her with Fossilized Amber.


Instead of inking the texture paste with cracked pistachio I also inked with abandon coral and fossilized amber.


I gotta say... I am really warming up to all these Thinlit dies...I have a lot in my stash now.  


Every month I'm so excited to create these tags and share my take on an adventure in creating.   

Haven't seen Tim's Tag yet?  WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU.... Click HERE

WINNER 



Then check out one of my favorite challenge blogs....
A Vintage Journey
Thanks for stopping by and seeing what I'm up too.  My jar of Tiny Tattered's is filling up!

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  1. Gorgeously colorful! I really enjoy viewing the blend of colors and the way you've used the space. Lots of harmony with color and STUFF to look at--the details really do count, don't they?
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    Rose

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  2. A beautiful version of Tim's tag Nicole! love the burlap, the colors, your pretty flowers and ribbon! Julia xx

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  3. Beautiful take on Tim's tag Nicole, love the addition of the hinge clip to hold all of your lovely bits and bobs. I've got to get a hold of that tiny tattered floral die, love the profusion of tiny flowers you've added.

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    1. Everyone should have this die! Making tiny flowers is a must!

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  4. Great take on the original, love your flowers! All the other elements have been added so well too!

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  5. Gorgeous tag, live the cluster of flowers and the textural elements and that clock rub on. Tracy x

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  6. Love this! Your colors are amazing!

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  7. What a super take on Tim's tag, your flowers are stunning and I love the accent of the watch stamp on your photo.
    Julie x

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    1. These flowers are so awesome to make! Thank you Juliz for stopping by!

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  8. GORGEOUS!!! LOVE the soft tones and all the layers!

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  9. Beautiful tag with many details to discover... Great!

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    1. There is a lot going on here with one wee tag! Thanks for stopping by Lys :)

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  10. This is a brilliant and beautiful take on Tim's tag Nicole! Anne xx

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    1. Thank you Diana and thanks for letting me know I won ;)

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  12. And you did it again, Nicole - as you have made it to Tim's top 12 with your awesome tag! Well deserved! Huge congrats! xxx claudia

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  13. Congrats on your win Nicole, you must be thrilled.
    Well done, Julie x

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  14. And you said you didn't stand a chance...LOL Congrats on your win! Can't wait to see what you get!

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  15. Congratulations on your well deserved win Nicole!! Hugs, Anne xx

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  16. Thanks for sharing your tag and congrats on being a May challenge winner. I love your choice of colors and details. Especially like the flower attached as if it is in the girl's hair. Very cool!

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  17. Congratulations Nicole! So pleased for you. Jenny x

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  18. Back to say congratulations on your May Tim tag win Nicole, very well deserved!

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  19. Congrats on being a May Tag winner! I must tell you that I adore your layering of your flowers at the base of your tag...simply lovely....I love the "MORE" effect! sooo much detail to look at...A FaBuLOUs tag....I really enjoyed visiting!

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  20. Congratulations Nicole! Your tag is lovely.

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  21. Congratulations on being featured as Tim's May pick! This is gorgeous!

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  22. Congratulations! Love all your delicious details!

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  23. Congrats on your win over at Tim's! This is such an amazing design...so many wonderful elements!

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  24. So pleased to see this wonderful tag in Tim's line up. Congratulations Nicole, so well deserved xxxx

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  25. A stunning tag Nicole and congratulations on being picked by Tim x an honour indeed

    Tfs and best wishes
    Annie x

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  26. Congrats on the win!! Beautiful tag!!

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  27. Great tag Nicole and a HUGE Congratulations to you. Karen.x

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  28. beautiful tag Nicole!! I love the colors. Congrats on winning. =)

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  29. Congrats! I Live the colours and how it is full but well balanced visually. Gorgeous.

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  30. Congratulations! I love the way you individualized the project The colors you chose are perfect!

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  31. Congratulations. I love your use of the tiny flower elements

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  32. Wow, I'm loving all your embellishments. Congratulations!

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