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I cannot believe it's been a month since I have been in my craft room!  I was starting to go a little stir crazy.  I wanted to make sure I got my July Tag done. Phew, just making it again.  
Excuse the warm lighting.  I was up early and crafting this morning.
 I am so excited by the new releases and Halloween coming I decided to go spooky!  I always try to find a different angle on the tags while still maintaining the techniques.  Variety is the spice of life.


I used the Mini Blueprints #7 and kept all my watercoloring messy!


Instead of the metal numbers I used my enamel and added a little twisted citron distress paint along with the wee mirrored star.  I sanded off some of the paint.  


I picked up the wishbones while I was down south.  I used my piercer to make a hole so I could attach it to the token.


Do you have the Micro Glaze yet?  I love this stuff!  


Using black soot to spritz the tag going heavy and light all around the tag.


Bring on the new releases and Halloween!


Not to worry...I was supervised the whole time by Flurry!


It's good to be back and crafting.  Thanks for stopping by.  Be sure to stop by Tim's Blog to see all the techniques!  

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  1. Very cool tag! Looks like your cat in enjoying it too!

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  2. LOVE the Halloween theme! Gorgeously colored as well!

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  3. Wonderful Halloween version of Tim's July tag Nicole! Great colors and fun ephemera - your ribbon looks fab! Julia xx

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  4. What an awesome and unique take on Tim's July tag!!!

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  5. I think you have just inspired me to create one of these, and participate in my very first 12 Tags challenge.
    I'll try not to let your awesome take on this tag influence me too much.
    Don't wanna be a copy cat.

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  6. Halloween version in July! you are amazing! I love your tag and colors that you choose! Beautiful! BArbarayaya

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  7. Love your Halloween take on Tim's tag Nicole, have to get some of those Halloween muse tokens, love! Flurry did a very good supervising job :O)

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