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Fall for July Tag

July is here and the weather is (finally) hot where I am.  But Fall is on my mind.  For my tag I used the Halloween Blueprints set.  That Wheat stamp is irresistible.   

I actually don't have the set Tim used... Shocking but true.


Well, I snapped off a few shots before my battery died.


I'm loving the remix!  


Check out these adorable Metal Acorn Charms from Emerald Creek Craft Supplies.  A little Fall Sneak Peek!


For the "Fall" I used the new Alphanumeric Marquee letters.


I used a wordband inked with rusty hinge distress paint.


"Life is good" with the Small Talk, Acorn Charms and a Gumdrop!


I have always loved this "Wheat" stamp and it was one of my first TH stamps I purchased!  I love how it peeks out.




As always each tag is fun the create and new things to learn.  Fingers crossed I have time to make one for August!  Oh those "lazy days" of summer aren't so lazy!
 
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  1. Oh Nicole, how do you do it... everything you make is out of this world!!!!

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  2. Wonderful Nicole, love the peek of the wheat sheaves and those acorn charms are adorable, must get some on my next shopping spree at Emerald Creek! Deb xo

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    1. I totally want to see you use those wee acorns!

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  3. I love everything you do - so amazing

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  4. Beautiful, quite beautiful Nicole, loving those little acorn charms too! xx

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  5. This is stunning!!! This screams fall! And the acorn charms adorable!! Would love some of my own!!

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  6. wow that's nice! I love the ears, it is a wonderful, wonderful tag!

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  7. Those acorns are too cute! Love the wheat too. Awesome take!!!

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