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Friday 30 November 2018

25 Days of Christmas Tags - Just One More Day (a)

This is the first year that I have come across this - but it sounds like a pretty good idea to join in - and get my Christmas tags done at the same time!!

It is hosted by Tracey McNeely and you will find the main hop post here

I have been really enjoying hopping around many of the posts associated with this hop -
so much inspiration! 
OK - so I couldn't resist just a couple more tags...

 In the Day 8 post, I was inspired by Joyce Mehrberg - with her tag below:



Joyce used a tree stamp to make her patterns.

I started by die cutting two tags using a Tim Holtz die.
  I used two Happy Little Stampers tree stamps, stamped in red and green around a circular mask. I added a die cut sentiment in the middle of the circle (from a Tonic ATC die set). Finally I added ribbon and bells.





I will link these tags to the main hop post

I decided to add some more colour with Copics...what do you think?





Happy Crafting!

3 comments:

  1. Oooh, love your abstract tree stamped tags. Such a fun take, and I am so very honored to be your inspiration. As this challenge winds down, I'd like to especially thank you for your diligent participation and all the wonderful creations you made that inspired me.

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    1. Still nowhere near as pretty as yours...but I have really enjoyed joining in - making and commenting! I have seen so many fabulous designs and such quality work - really inspiring!

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  2. Fabulous translations of Joyce's tags, infused with your special touches! So wonderful that you discovered this event and played along with us throughout, designing tags that are inspirations in and of themselves! I wish this were a year-round event *grin*!
    ~carol

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