Friday, December 2, 2011

Switching to Tim's Tag #2

I'm going to be jumping back and forth in the tag challenges, just finding the one that I feel I can complete within my comfort level.   It needs to be fun for me.

I don't have the deer die, but I have the scraggly pine, so I've chosen to do a version of Tim's second tag. I'm glad he made the extra tags. (On this tag, I managed to use all three of the Christmas limited edition of Distress Inks.) The star brads are closer to the tree in color than they photograph.  The jingle bells started out on an earring from WalMart...and I have the mate to it for a future project.

8 comments:

Julia Aston said...

Very pretty! love the bells and shiny stars - your tree looks great with it's wrapped trunk and the lovely sentiment banner!

Vicka M said...

Thank you for visiting my blog, Evelyn! I love everything you used on your tag! I also as you saw didn't have the deer die:)

Лорик said...

what a nice tag! very much!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

I love your tag Ev! Clever idea to wrap that tree too. Sorry that I've been so tied up in myself that I had forgotten about your surgery....sounds like you are doing well, and I'm so happy for you. For me..it's not the walking...I can do that, it's the sitting/standing..therapy, well....we have to do it! Feel more better every day GF, I send you hugs and prayers.

Vada said...

Way To Go Evelyn, Very Nice take on Tim's Tag. I too at first had a hard time w/ the pinecone, I ended up adding a little moe hot glue in spots to keep it's shape. But is does make a wonderful "Rose",if you want. Thanks for stopping in. Great Work as always.
Hugs Vada

Lisa Somerville said...

Wonderful take on tag 2! Gonna have to look for some holiday earings on clearance!

Shelly Hickox said...

Really pretty tag! I agree - it has to be fun! T

he pine tree looks fantastic on this. I wish I had it. The Seasonal Distress inks look beautiful too!

Lynn Stevens said...

Evelyn, I'm so glad to see you playing along!!! Your tree die is perfect and love how you wrapped the bottom.
hugs Lynn