Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Tim's 12 tags of 2012 - My Christmas versions

As promised here are the individual photos together with the link to Tim's original tags for the instructions and the photo of his tag so you can see where I got my inspiration from!

This is a photo heavy post starting where I left off, so maky your self comfy and enjoy!

f12tagsfeb
Click HERE for Tim's blog link for the instructions!









f12tagsjune
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f12tagsjuly
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f12tagsaug
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f12tagssept
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f12tagsoct
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f12tagsnov
Click HERE for Tim's blog link for the instructions!





f12tagsdec
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Thanks for sticking it out this far!

Hope you liked them

Bella

9 comments:

  1. What a labour of love, these are just gorgeous!

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    1. Thank you, they were such fun to do.

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  2. You did a spectacular job! LOL I would love to grab them all! I am going to bookmark this post it will be a great resource. Hugs,

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  3. Love your Christmas versions of the tags. I was working on something similar but time was not on my side, but I did manage to get six done. I was really stumped on how to use the alcohol ink splatter effectively and you made it look so easy, and obvious, lol. I also like the faux rivetted background with the 'dear santa I can explain' letter. Great collection.

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  4. Amazing work! and beautiful tags!!Thank you for share your art !! and have a merry christmas

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  5. You did a fantastic job, they all look totally amazing Bella x

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  6. Wonderful interpretation of Lord Tim's tags. Enjoy the holidays.

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  7. How clever you are! Missing the 12 Tags of Christmas event as I do, this is a great way to recreate it. Your interpretations are lovely and for me, that is the best part--making them your own. Hope Tim sees this post and reblogs it.

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  8. Fabulous christmas interpretations x

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