Saturday, 11 December 2010

Tim Holtz 12 days of Christmas tags Day 11


Nearly there, the penultimate tag. I did have the pine tree die today, but that was all. The rest I had to improvise, but hey, that's all the more fun. Just think of all the h...........k I would have felt compelled to do if the tags had only taken me a short time, if I had had all the right bits. Not very chuffed with this one

11 comments:

ScrappyDandyDoo said...

phew,that was a close call --- saved from the "H" word ;-)
Lovely tag :D
Julie xx

Helen said...

You'e done better than me then - all I have is the bookplate, and am not sure yet if I will be using one on a version of this tag!!
I do like that tree die though.....

Heather said...

If you are allergic to h****k don't read my blog. I'm feeling very smug even though I can't make beautiful tags like yours Wendy. I love this one and those snow flakes are gorgeous.

craftytrog said...

It's beautiful Wendy! My husband has been complaining that I've forgotten where the kitchen is this week! Lol! x

Netty said...

We are not millionaires are we Wendy........lol so we do the best we can and yours is great. Terrific crafting again. Annette x

Minxy said...

I think your version is just lovely wendy

Meggymay said...

I love your version Wendy, its brill.

Tracey said...

Well I would have been chuffed with this one !!!! I think it is fab !!! and yes the last day looms and all the dust will become all the more visible, wonder what we can find to fill Tims void - if only !!! xxx

Donna said...

Gorgeous Tag again! I had nothing on today's...lol! But I just love improvising, as you say, it keeps us away from the H********!!
Donna x

Shelly Hickox said...

You're doing better than me - I don't have any of the stuff for today's tag! I still don't know how I'll do it.

Yours is really nice! I love all of your tags. You've done a beautiful job of making them your own.

Iowa Sunshine said...

I really LOVE the peace one! That's my 'theme' for this year. Your work is so nice! Thanks for sharing. HUGS

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