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Sunday, January 3, 2010

12 Tags adaptation

We know many, many people religiously follow Tim's 12 days of Christmas tags each year (and this year was no exception).  But for the first time Tim ran a contest for people who completed all of the 12 tags.  (Apparently 300 people completed and entered their tags!)
When we checked in to see who won and view some of the entries we were surprised to see this...
Sylvie from Canal Flats, BC Canada used the 7gypsies ATC Tray for her adaptation of the 12 days tags. What a great idea!  The 12 (just the right number!) small ATC sized spaces worked well to adapt the tag idea into a great wall hanging.  Silvie's ingenuity and creativity combined with Tim's brilliant ideas using so many of the Ranger and ideo-logy products have produced a fun (and winning) wallhanging.
Thanks Sylvie for letting us show off your work!

10 comments:

kaz said...

fantastic idea !!
well done

Ann said...

What a great idea! Good job!

Kathy Floen said...

This is an AWESOME idea! :) Beautiful! :)

wig4usc said...

I saw that and loved it! I also got the tray in my monthly project from Jenni Bowlin. All kinds of possibilities...I think I'll use mine for a collection of Santa photos of my son!

How fun!

Michelle*G said...

Well...WOW! Love this project!

fairyrocks said...

Beautiful work!!!
Very inspiring

{VICKI} said...

I saw this over on Tim's blog and totally loved it! I want one of those frames!

SnapWhiz said...

I really admired this when I saw it on Tim's blog as well. I completed my tags and for sure will do it again next year!

I love that tray!!

Denise said...

What a great idea! Fantastic job!

Melissa said...

I wish I would have kept up with those this year but I didn't...
I did make my freind a gift using the printer tray... I attached screw eyes to the bottom then made a banner with a calendar attached... I gave her extra "cards" so she can change it based on the season. I have 2 more trays for ME that I can't wait to start working with...
I put a photo of it up here...
http://polkadotchair.blogspot.com/2010/01/altered-7-gypsies-printer-tray.html
Melissa