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Saturday 17 November 2018

25 Days of Christmas Tags - Tag #8

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 am very much doing catch up as it started on the 1st -
 however I am giving it a go...and here is my 8th set of tags...

There were so many excellent tags on Day 8 - I really couldn't choose!!
in the end I took my inspiration from Linda Walmsley  and Izzy Scrap - these are their tags:


Here is what I came up with - in the first the image is from Limited Runs Progressive Challenge on Facebook, coloured with Copics, the paper is from  Decosse's Dynamite Doodles. I used a fineliner to faux stitch around the edges. Merry Christmas is a die from the Tattered Lace Advent Calendar last year.

I will link this to Fall into November with Limited Runs Stamps at Your Scrapbook Place.

In the second one I typed the paper in Word and printed it. The tree is an unbranded die used with the paper mentioned above. Merry Christmas is a Happy Little Stampers stamp.

I will link these to the main hop post

Happy Crafting!


  1. These are both wonderful tags. Thanks so much for playing along at Tracey's 25 Day of Christmas Tags.

  2. Cute tags.
    Santa is cute.
    thanks for sharing.


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