CCC #26

Woohoo, I am so happy I can enter this challenge at the lovely and oh so generous Linda L’s blog! I did this piece a few weeks ago after I saw a tag done by the Man himself for the Ranger blog. I absolutely loved this tag he did but changes things up a bit, after all, I didn’t want to copy what Tim did, but I did want to make it my own! I used the technique I shall encourage you to go to Linda’s blog to discover!! :lol:


This is a bad pic but I wanted to get it up, impatient person I am!!! I’ll get a better shot later today and post it! I have also added 3 jingle bells in the empty spot on the bottom of the cage.

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10 Responses to CCC #26

  1. Kathy Eddy says:

    This turned out fabulous! I was going to use the birdcage, but in looking for that die, came across my Eifel tower die that I had never used before, so went with that.

  2. marianne says:

    Beautiful, I love the snow on top of the cage and the greenery along the side and the beads at the bottom and …..

  3. Donna says:

    Wonderful tag! I had rusted up a cage too but didn’t use it. I love the quote you used.

  4. Marlene Moore says:

    Your tag looks great! love that birdcage die.

  5. Annette G says:

    Wow its terrific. Annette x

  6. Terry says:

    The rusty cage is perfect for the rusty grunge technique. I love the added snow and beads on the cage! Fabulous tag!

  7. Pam L says:

    Great job on the tag! And your rusted bird cage with snow looks perfect!

  8. Marilyn says:

    Gorgeous tag love how you added the snow to the top of the cage.

  9. Mary-Beth, this is so, SO beautiful! You’ve definitely made this design your own, and your rusted grunge birdcage is wonderful. I love the quote, too– I’ve never heard that before, and it’s so sweet. Awesome art, my dear!

  10. LindaT says:

    M-B where is that quote from, can I use it?

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