Sunday, December 5, 2010

Tim's 12 Days of Christmas Day 5

Can you believe it we are already to day 5? Before I post the tags I wanted to share a little funny. My 3 year old son helped me pick up the Mr. Potato Head and when we were done he wanted his usual high 5. So I put my hands up and he went to give me a double high 5 and suddenly he stops puts his hand on his hips and in the most discussed voice says "mom" points to the kitchen sink and says "wash"...lol This is what he was seeing. I got to laughing and just about peed my pants.

Okay, so now onto the tags


Here is where you can click on the link below the Tim's Tag to be taken to his blog for complete instruction.

This is my version of Tim's Tag:

I really like the way this tag turned out but those numbers gave me fits! I didn't have any of the Utee Ulta Thick Embrossing powder so I used just regular and applied it really thick, well I think I must have gotten it to hot because it bubbled and stayed bubbled never really smoothed out like Tim's did, but oh well, in person it looks like I painted over rusted numbers. I also didn't have the right colors of the distress embossing powder so I used distress stickles instead, which turned out to be okay. I was missing one of the leaves that he used so I put my flower on top of some leaves that I had because it just needed a little something. In the picture you really can't see the sparkly fluff either but it's there. This was the first time I used that product and I think it could become habit forming. Another thing I didn't have was the styled label so I used my cricut to cut one off of the Storybook cart. Well guess that's about it.

Let me know what you think. Thanks for stopping by, I really do appreciate all of the lovely comments and encouraging words.

10 comments:

  1. Great job on the tag! I love the story of your "dirty" hands! Don't kids say the darnedest things!!

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  2. wow you did an awesome job! I love it!

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  3. Its lovely :D
    The stamp is gorgeous!!
    Julie xx

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  4. Lookin' good girl! Great job on it.

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  5. Hi! 'Tis a lovely tag and keeps to the spirit of the original....I like the numbers...the grungier the better for me ;)
    Thanks for sharing at my splinter group :)
    xoxo Sioux

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  6. Gorgeous Tag and the numbers look fantastic!
    Donna x

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  7. :) Looking good there!!

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  8. lol at the inky fingers story, good job your son can't see my fingers lol, another stunning tag - I think your numbers look just fine and the stamped santa is gorgeous TFS XXX

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  9. Gorgeous version of Tim's tag.
    Oddly enough, your hands look just like mine!
    x

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  10. the inky fingers are worth it, aren't they! think your tag looks gorgeous, and i don't see all your so cald flaws!

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