Monday, January 7, 2013

Tags of 2013- January

Hello friends,
I'm back to share my tag for:
I was so excited to see his new tag & even more excited that I actually HAD most of the supplies he used! (for once!) With T!m's tags, I usually have to make my own version because I usually don't have everything he uses. So I had fun "being like T!m."

Above is T!m's tag & here's mine:
I didn't have the pointing stamp, so I used a ticket stamp instead. But hey, lookie here:

It DOES have a pointing finger on it so I guess it counts, right Ü

Well, some habits are hard to break, so I had to make a version "If I didn't have T!m things" but keeping with the same techniques & layout.

Here's Version 2:
 I decided to go wintery & instead of gears, add snowflakes. I used the same techniques for the background but used different colors. I also used the filmstrip & added snow cap paint to remove some of the dark patina. The foliage that holds the sentiment also got a coat of snow cap paint as did the mini-clip that holds the ticket & post card oval.

Here's a peek at the sentiment:
 It got a coat of crackle accents to give it the look of frost or ice. This is a sentiment from T!m's line & it happens to be one of my favorites Ü

Here are my January tags of 2013!
I hope I'm better about completing T!m's tags in 2013 than I was in 2012 (since I only got 3 months done :(  It's fun!

Thanks so much for peeking!
Have a goodie!


  1. Look out Tim, here comes Karli!!!

    Seriously, your tags are awesome. The first one is a wonderful masculine tag. Love the 'Karli' personalization. The second one is feminine and steals my heart.

  2. Fabulous tags Karli! Isn't it great to have this inspiration and make it your own?

  3. Love both the tags, a great way to show Tim's inspiration in another form. The snowflakes are great. X

  4. oohhh these are so awesome! I love them both!

  5. Loving your tags- like the first in a tad bit lighter shade than Tims- a bit more feminine....and Ohhhhh and ahhh for the second tag- gorgeous!!!

  6. Both are fun, but the "Karli" version is my fave. So girly and pretty. Never thought to use the crackle effects as ice, brilliant! Beautifully done!


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