Friday, November 6, 2015

All Hearts Go Home...Tag You're It #34, Happy Little Stampers Christmas Challenge November~Tag

Hello...and welcome to a new challenge at


For the next two weeks, my talented DT and I are inviting you to draw inspiration from Susan's marvelous "family" tag created for Tag You're It Challenge #34:
Those wee birdhouses, suspended on the swirly branch, are simply adorable!!

With US Thanksgiving (and Christmas...eep!), just around the corner, the time is ripe for thoughts to turn to our loved ones and our loved places.  Home. Even if we can't 'go' home for special occasions, our hearts can...


I've had this Gina K stamp for quite a while and finally, a chance to make its debut.  My dream home will have a red door. When we find that house, you're all welcome to give that door a knock and we'll welcome you in...

Please stop by Tag You're It to see my teammates' wonderful translations of Susan's tag. You will be soooooo impressed and, of course, with all the ideas that will be sparked, you'll be creating a tag of your own to share in the gallery!  I just know you will!

Looking forward to seeing you there!

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I'm delighted you dropped by...wishing you a most wonderful day!
Hugs,



25 comments:

  1. What a fantastic take on the inspiration tag!

    Happy Friday!

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  2. I always wanted a red door too! My sister who lives near the beach has a dutch red door, just the best door ever!
    Love your sweet tag and I want to go in that little house for a visit!

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  3. Beautiful take on the inspiration picture Carol!!!

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  4. Such a beautiful tag, Carol :)

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  5. I have a red door!! :) That image is so cute and colored so beautifully! I hope you do find your dream home one day and I hope it has a red door! Hugs and happy weekend! :)

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  6. What a very stunning tag!! I love your inspirational take on this!! HUGS

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  7. I love your cozy home and wonderful sentiment! I would love to come knock on your red door someday!

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  8. I love the original tag and your wonderful take on it, Carol!

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  9. A perfectly wonderful stamp, Carol, colored brilliantly! Love the sweetness of the scene!

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  10. What a sweet. sweet tag! I would love to knock on your red door one day, so let me know when you have found it!

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  11. Amazing tag, Carol. It screams Christmas!
    hugs Asha

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  12. Cute little house - great coloring too. All the tag challenges out there, and I haven't made one - I think I need to remedy that!

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  13. Beautiful tag. What a lovely expression of home. So warm and comforting. Would love to pop in whenever you get your red door. I've no doubt you would be so welcoming and caring. Just as you are here. Hugs!

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  14. Oh, this is sooooo cute, Carol!!!! Love that sweet little house!!! I'll be there for coffee!!!
    Have a wonderful weekend!!!!

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  15. STUNNING! Once again, your coloring is incredible! I love the shading - creates so much depth! Did you mask the tree or is it part of this gorgeous imate?

    I'm off to check out all the tags cuz I have absolutely NO IDEA what to make for my tags this year!!! I know I will find some sweet inspiration :)

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  16. Love that stamp & your beautiful coloring!

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  17. That stamped image reminds me of a ski lodge, it looks so cozy! Great tag.

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  18. I'll come right over...this tag is so inviting and warm!

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  19. Your little home looks so inviting, as I know your real one would be, Carol. I agree with the red door, although mine is more rusty than red.

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  20. You've beautifully captured home for the holidays Carol ! Congrats on your win at Sugar Pea too!

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  21. I just want to push this lovely door open and see what magic there is inside, Carol ... what a wonderful tag! Hugs, Anita :)

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  22. Your tag is sweet and homey. I could move in here, if the gingerbread houses were already occupied.

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