So let's get right to Tim's final tag...
Very vintage shabby, right? I love it. There were a LOT of steps to make this one, so be sure to go to Tim's blog post here to check it all out.
Here is my ornament inspired by Tim...
Due to my smaller, shorter sized tag I had to leave out a few things like the greenery in the lower right corner and the sparkly Stickles around the border.
I didn't have any of Tim's new tissue wrap so I gave it a go with good old tissue tape instead, and it worked out fine. I couldn't do the wrinkling like Tim did, but I achieved a similar look and feel.
I didn't have a fractured doll and after three different craft stores, I finally gave up and used the Mini Sewing Room die of the dress form, cut it twice: once from thin white cardboard, then with glossy card stock and glued those together for a thicker look and the same glossy shine as the fractured doll. I used two foliage metal pieces for the chest, crimping each flowers petals up and inward slightly, then dusted them with Snow Cap White paint.
I love Tim's new Christmas charms. The snowflake is beautiful with a bit of Snow Cap White on it.
And here she is on the tree. I'm so happy I participated in the tags "real time" as best as I could this year. I loved looking forward to what Tim was going to come up with each morning. Now I have 12 beautiful new ornaments for our Christmas tree that we will cherish forever.
Thank you Tim!