Tuesday, December 15, 2015

12 Tags of Christmas #12

I'm doing a little happy dance. I made to the end of the 12 Tags of Christmas 2015.
Here he is on display...












I drew my inspiration from Linda's 12th tag below with her use of plaids, corrugated cardboard, the holly leaves, the tag, the metal embellishment and the twine/hemp bow.

I used all of the same elements but changed up their perspective on my project. For example, the hemp is a bow on Linda's tag and it has become the edging of the sweater on my star snowman. The holly is green on hers and I've made mine a wooden texture.  Everything seems similar but used in a different way.
Here they all are together at last!
Linda has extended the contest for another week so if you are still thinking about joining in or needing a little more time, you are in luck! Also, a huge thank you goes to her store, The Funkie Junkie Boutique for supporting this challenge.
Hugs and happy crafting,
Lisa xx

19 comments:

butterfly said...

Another absolute treat - I must have missed some along the way, but I will do some catching up soon... They look completely fantastic all lined up. Wow wow for another amazing year of your unique take on Linda's tags!
Alison xx

Jane said...

Wow you're quick off the mark Lisa.Your final creation is brilliant, I have just got No 11 up. It's such fun to see them all together,your tree must be sensational. I cannot believe that 12 weeks have gone by, it's such a fun challenge. This time 12 weeks ago I was sitting on the beach in Rhodes when I saw Linda's kickoff post....!
Merry Christmas to you and your family. Cheers, Jane x

Pia S said...

You made it!! Big applause! Can't wait to see what you'll make for next year:) surely something brilliant and creative and totally Lisa!

Tammy said...

Amazing, simply amazing! Each one is fantastic and sweet and the collection together is just well, it is amazing! Such a talented person, love everything you create!

Sandy said...

Such a big personality for such a small snow star! They are all just as cute as they can be Lisa. I do believe I like the last one best of all in his cute little coveralls and would you look at that face. He looks like a little bird. He has got his face kinda tilted the way a little bird does.
Congratulations on completing all of your stars!
Sandy Claus

Lynn Price said...

Love this little guy, Lisa, as I do all of these snow stars! So clever and individual - wow!! Thank you for posting all of your makes in one picture - great inspiration and also great joy in looking at them - they make me happy in their whimsy. And thanks for the heads up about an extended deadline - I need it, lol! xx Lynn

Anita Houston said...

His plaid shirt is the best!!! LOVE him...LOVE all of them!!! So stinking cute! PINNED!

Sue Butler said...

Oh God Q, you have gone all out for the last one, great inspiration here for everyone. The collection is adorable and as usual the creativity you have on display is mouthwatering. Gorgeous, gorgeous little men ;quirky, unique and cute, your personality shines through in them all.
Well done on finishing them all.
Smiles:)
Onion

Dr Sonia S V said...

How perfectly you have created the tags inspired by Linda!

Charlene said...

These are as cute as can be!!!! Awesome job!!

Mitra Pratt said...

I have been avoiding your post in my inbox for a couple of days...because I am sad it's all over. I love love love this one! So happy to see them all in once place! So much fun! hugs!

Chrissy said...

Oh! look at all those little Starmen..they are all so gorgeous and hopefully find their way to your tree..from glitter to ginham, top hats and antlers..they are perfect.
You wont be off my list..lol..I went so CAS this year, as it was faster and cheaper..sounds awful doesn't, but boy postage is rough...hope you too have a very merry Christmas and Happy New Year..

luv CHRISSYxx

Karon said...

These are so amazing and unique!! Love love them! TFS

Kelly Neis said...

Oh these are all so cute and adorable I love them. The plaid is perfect for a old man, that is what I picture around here every older man has a plaid shirt. lol Wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas together.
Hugs Kelly

Tracey said...

Wow Lisa...your tags are amazing.So Happy you have them all on display....what a fabulous collection, love them, well done!!

Pamellia Johnson said...

Wow Lisa, I have to say this is the most original and creative take on Linda's tag challenge that I have ever seen! I love looking at all your stars lined up like that, what a treat! A big Merry Christmas to you! hugs :)

Tracy said...

This family of stars is totally scrump-diddle-eee-umptious! You really let your imagination run free and they couldn't be cuter. It's always fun to see your interpretation of Linda's tags.

Team Clark said...

My oh my what a fabulous lineup! These ornaments melt my heart! I love every detail and all the thought that you put into them. They are truly works of heART!!!

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

I'm so pleased you completed the challenge again this year, Lisa. Your star snowmen surely have been the stars of this challenge...completely adorable. And the matching suitcases are brilliant. As always, this little guy has me grinning. So cute and clever. Love the plaid sweater and the way you used the corrugated cardboard for the holly leave.

Thanks again for playing along. Happy New Year to you and your family!

Hugs,
Linda