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Tuesday 17 November 2020

25 Days of Christmas Tags - Day 12 again

               

This is my third year of participating - I really enjoyed it last year (and the year before!)

 And when it came to Christmas, I had more than enough tags made!!

It is hosted by Tracey McNeely and you will find the main hop post here
She works really hard to organise this hop and secures many sponsors!

Day 12 sponsor is Pink Fresh



Each day I will CASE or be inspired by at least one tag...! Usually there are several that I am inspired by. Then visiting and commenting on other participants means that I see ideas that I have missed or see more inspiration!!
  
Here is my tag...


I was inspired by Hussena Calcuttawala
 on Day Twelve with this lovely tag!


This is my version:


Recipe:
  1. Circle cut from Imagination Crafts patterned card with Spellbinders Scored and Pierced die.
  2. Curved strip of white card added at the bottom edge.
  3. Top tag punched with Stampin Up punch and hole-punched.
  4. Trees and house wooden embellishments.
  5. Merry die cut from red card - die from previous year's advent calendar.
  6. Red ribbon.
I will link this to the main hop post



Happy Crafting!


1 comment:

  1. These little wooden embellishments are so awesome! And look perfect against the snow and bright blue. Thanks for joining us (at least once daily!) at the 25 Days of Christmas Tags event!

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