Monday, December 6

Mmmm ... Could Do Better!

TT3a10 Okay ... so yes ... I know that the rest of you are on Lord Tim of Holtz's Tag number Three gazillion and Four and this is my lame attempt at Tag number Three but I have been quite busy don't you know! I say busy ... I still have a to do list that is longer than long ... but I am getting there slowly ... or I would be if I did n't have to keep adding things to it :0)

As for the tissue tape rosette ... I promise I watched the video ... really carefully and then I followed the instructions ... really carefully too ... but it just was n't meant to be ... my tissue tape rosette looks more like a screwed up pile of tissue tape and my endeavours to hide it with a blinged up accoutrement ... well ... that has n't really worked. Still it is the having fun that counts ... and I had a great time :0)

I wonder how many people the woTT310rld over are taking part in Lord Tim of Holtz's Annual Tag Fest ... you know Tim ... the man that can pirouette down the side of Mount Everest while single handedly building a replica Wembley Stadium with ... decent grass ... with just a tiny attacher and a blending tool. I do know some of the other participants are way ahead of me and you can chart their progress by visiting ArtyJen's splinter group here ... Have Fun people ...

Laters!

20 comments:

ScrappyDandyDoo said...

You do make me chuckle :D
I love your tag :D
Julie xx

Debi said...

I think it is stunning!! Awesome tag!

craftimamma said...

Yup, I think it's stunning too Linda and you may think you're behind but I haven't even made one yet! I've been too busy shovelling tons of the blasted white stuff so we can at least get off our road!

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Sandra said...

Bravo!
Sandra

Shir Benovich said...

Your tag is awesome! And I like the way you write :-)

Jennie said...

rofl.. look closely at mine and my rosette resembles a screwed up ball too,.. but what the heck. it is all a bit of fun and gets you in the Christmas mood..thing is no cards are being made, so another year will go by without any being sent!
Hugs x

CHRISTINETTE said...

I love your tag , no more time since the paper co and show but I keep the explications of Tim Excuse my english

Helen said...

It looks pretty good to me! I agree with Jennie, there aren't enough hours in the day for 1) the day job, 2) Christmas preparation and 3) 12 Tags. So 12 tags it is, LOL. Good luck catching up.

Sid said...

Nice tag Linda !!

Claireliz said...

Stunning tag Linda, I'm having the same problem with my to do list. :D

Alix said...

oooh i'm a bit behind too...but hope to catch up today...*wishful thinking, perhaps*...we'll see...

i haven't tackled the tissue paper yet...saving that treat for after lunch!!

Hels Sheridan said...

Oooh, LOVE your tag... am with you on the tissue tape jobby though.. mine actually did look like a jobby!! I had to make seven hundred and twenty six of them to get it sort of right! Loving your green stuff for the birdy... FAB! SYS!!! xx

Julia Dunnit said...

It's great, and the rosette looks like a rosette...it's all good! I think about 98 billion kerjillion tags have been brought worldwide for this fortnight!

Minxy said...

I think you did a mighty fine job of this one personally :D

Donna said...

Your Tag looks damn near perfick to me Linda! Love the blingy stuff for the nest.
Donna x

Fliss said...

Your tag looks fabulous to me!
Your little bit about Tim really made me smile.
x

Artyjen said...

Hi Linda! The rosette looks fine to me :) Makes a great tag
Thanks for linking at my splinter group ;)
xoxo Sioux

mariegoodwyn said...

Hi there Linda,

Well done for getting as far as day 3 - you're doing far better than me.
Some might say screwed up - others - artfully distressed :-)
And I'm thrilled to find another crafty, bloggy person in the vicinity of Cambridge there don't seem to be many others round 'ere.

Tracey said...

Fabby tag !!! loved reading your blog post made me chuckle - the flower was a nightmare for me too, thanks for sharing xxx

kasthurirajam said...

nice tag

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