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Monday, October 27, 2014

Happy Halloween with Tim ... Holtz October Tag of 2014

Hi all! Here's a quick post with my take on Tim Holtz's October Tag.  Check out Tim's Blog for his fantastic tutorial. 


Not a lot of time this evening, so I'm just going to leave you with some close up pics.











Hope you have a great week!! -- Mary Elizabeth

11 comments:

Dagmar said...

Oh wow - it's a fantastic Halloween-tag!!!

Astrid Maclean said...

Fabulous take on the original Mary Elizabeth! Love how you used the crackle paste through that stencil and the bottom edge is so creative too. Wonderful ribbon on the top also, a really terrific and original take on the tag! Happy Halloween to you too!

Pamellia Johnson said...

Wow Mary Elizabeth, this is just fantastic! I love the texture of the harlequin pattern and your glossy pumpkin is amazing! I love how you layered him so he looks like a 3d jack-o-lantern, genius! Thanks so much for your wonderful comment on my haunted house, I so appreciate that! big hugs :)

Anita Houston said...

Gorgeous take!!! Love the violets in the background! The charms are an excellent touch too!

Valerie-Jael said...

What a gorgeous tag, love the intensive colours, and all the little details, like the spider under the gem stone! Hugs, Valerie

Paper Profusion said...

It is FAB-U-LOUS Mary Elizabeth! That pumpkin sure has a scary vibe goin' on. Love your crackled harlequin too! Hope your recovery is going well. Nicola x

ßeulah ßee said...

Yes it is BOO-t-ful! Great details and coloring and very original too.

Judy Biggerstaff said...

Great tag. Love your background work.

Margik said...

Love your fabulous tag and all great details. The colours are amazing ,too.

barbarayaya62 said...

Mery... i'm so late! I lost this post!!!! Beautiful tag, beautiful color, beautiful design! Amazing !
BArbarayaya

butterfly said...

What a fabulous take on Tim's tag... that Harlequin crackle is just glorious! Can hardly believe how the time has run away from me since coming home. I do hope all is well with you.
Alison xx