Tim used his snowflake embossing folder on his tag; I used the snowman folder. I do not own the NOEL die, so I used the JOY movers and shapers die and then cut around it. It doesn't show in the photo, but I did darken the area under the word so it does show up better in person. It is not easy to photgraph glitter.
Thankfully Tim included his pinecone video in today's post, because I did manage to produce several that actually resemble pine cones after watching it three or four times. I don't have the tattered banner die, so what I did was attach a strip of music tissue tape on a piece of scrap cardstock, trim it to size, ink it, fold it, and cut cut the points on the ends. I also substited a swirly die cut for some of the foliage that I didn't have. The pearls are not Tim's baubles, but come from my huge stash of old costume jewelry.
Last year I did two tags each day, the other being one for the Wendy Vecchi group, using more of Wendy's products. I just can't do that this year, but what I think I will do is start doing 12 tags a la Wendy when we reach day 13. That I'm sure I can manage.
Oh, and note to self: don't work with glitter unless you don't mind leaving the house looking like an over the hill disco queen. Just sayin'.......