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12 Tags of 2015 Round Up

Welcome to my last post of the year!  I wanted to share all my 12 Tags of 2015 in one big round up.  This is my 4th year working on the 12 Tags series Tim creates and shares with everyone.  For the 3rd year I have managed to complete all the tags.  I sometimes wonder how I do.  I think the techniques lure me in!

I so appreciate all the hard work my fellow bloggers, artist and my favorite manufactures put in to sharing their work and products.  I love being a small grain of sand in this very large creative industry!




February 2015





















You can check out my previous years linked below. 

I have an exciting year coming up! So keep connected!

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  1. I love seeing these all together. Such gorgeous art :)

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  2. These are so wonderful. Do you ever do tutorials? Happy New Year!

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  3. It has been a great year Nicole and I love seeing your wonderful creations all in one spot - you are such a talented artist. Happy New Year and have fun at CHA! Anne xx

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  4. Each tag and item were awesome...so great with your own spin! Happy New Year!!!

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  5. I don't know how I missed those last 2 tags. They are wonderful. I always enjoy looking at your blog and seeing your creative ideas.

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  6. Fabulous to see them all together Nicole, they are all wonderful! Here's to another year of creativity and hope that you are having a wonderful time at CHA! Hugs, Deb xo

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