Friday, December 24, 2010

Timmy's Tag Day 10

Here is Tag No.10.  Nearly there now !  Just 2 more to go in the Tim Holtz '12 Tags of Christmas' series.

This one again is much improvised.  The snowman is not a diecut but a stencil marked onto grungeboard and cut out with scissors.  I have used pearl Acrylic Dabber instead of snow cap.  The hat was coloured with brown paint, the nose with orange and the arms made from card and coloured with Marvey Le Plume II pens. 

At least the background is as it should be !

The holly on his hat is a punch and the berries are red brads. The ribbon is a piece of chiffon ribbon. The words are self adhesive stickers.

The clear plastic packaging is from a sizzix pack and the embossing folder is not the snowflake one. It has been attached with brads and a clip.

Finishing touches were to apply an eyelet with the crop-a-dile and to thread a piece of silver mesh ribbon through the hole adding a charm and a snowflake brad to hold in place.

Sid xx

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  1. This looks fabulous Sid! I love this technique with the embossed packaging! Good luck with getting the last two made!
    Alison xx

  2. Well done for improvising with what you had in your stash! It looks fab. Good luck for getting the last two completed ....
    Happy Christmas Sid :-)
    Love Kate x

  3. Almost there Sid, lovely tag, what a super dinky ickle snowman, very cute :D

  4. Two more great tags! Great job on both. Merry Christmas to you and yours.

  5. Another fabulous tag Sid

    Two more to go, will you make it before christmas?????

    Enjoy your day tomorrow at your mums

  6. Nice work! The embossed clear is such a neat idea and worked really well here. Love the netting used for the tag tie as well. Happy Christmas XOXO Zoe

  7. Great tag Sid - not many to go now and you have the set.
    Merry Christmas - wish you and yours all the best.


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