Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Mojo Monday Challenge 220






This is just a quick little post as I am getting ready to mail this little guy. The stamp is from http://www.redleadpaperworks.com/, the papers are Cosmo Cricket (designer) and the black and vanilla are Stampin Up. Embellishments: Brush Christmas Tree and Ribbon by Peeko (vintage).


Check out http://www.mojomonday.blogspot.com/ for this weeks challenge....


Merry Christmas!

Friday, December 16, 2011

Tim Holtz 12 Tags Of Christmas Tag 10




The top photo is Tim's tag 10 and the bottom is mine. Every tag has been a challenge and I love learning the new techniques. The challenge was over on the 12th....and today is the 16th and I still have 5 more tags to make. I am very slow....but one of these days soon there will be all 12 displayed here. Check out http://www.timholtz.type.com/ for all the scoop! This particular tag was fun using the foil tape behind the fragments (the Santa pictures). Thanks for looking and if you have any questions please ask! Blessings....




Thursday, December 8, 2011

Tim Holtz 12 Tags Of Christmas Tag 3









Wow! The tags that Tim has created sure challenge the creative spark in anyone! This is my version on Tag 3 underneath and Tim's is on top. My tags were made the same....except that on the tag on the right I used various colors of regular Stickles (because I love Stickles)!

Tim Holtz 12 Tags Of Christmas Tag 6







Our Internet was down for a couple of days so I am posting a bit later than I intended. This is from Day 6. It is fun trying new techniques. This is metal foil tape on paper and embossed with Utee. See http://timholtz.typepad.com/my_weblog/2011/12/12-tags-of-christmastag-6.html

Tim's tag is first....mine underneath.

Sunday, December 4, 2011

Tim Holtz 12-Days Of Christmas 2011 Tag 2






Wow! I love working on Tim Holtz's 12 Tags Of Christmas! He makes it look so easy...and here is me....5 hrs to make one! You can see Tim at work at http://www.timholtz.typepad.com/. This is Tim's version of Tag 2 with mine beneath it. I didn't have the same supplies that are used by Tim....so I improvised. I did follow the same steps he used.