Well, my tag looks very little like Tim’s tag, but it may be a distant branch of the same tree.
I cleaned my desk to get ready. If you look back to the WOYWW post you will see how significant this is!
I haven’t taken a photo of my desk at the end, but will do so in the AM. Here’s the tag:
Let’s see – the house is from Dan99 – one of his cut-files. Pretty sure you can get them from a link on his blog, although mine has been resized to fit.
The little ticket is from Miss Cutie Pie – she does adorable ticket sheets to download and print. You can’t see it in the photo but it’s curled like Tim’s!
The fence is Stampotique, the wreath is a stamp from a Papercraft Inspirations cover gift, and the “tree” is twisted paper bag. I don;t think my snow fluff is the same as it’s more clear than white, and I have no idea where I got it (a GoGo kit maybe? it’s a small unmarked pot)
I used both the lined embossing folder and a tree bark one to cover the house – no grunge paper so just plain old back-of-a-tablet piece of cardboard.
My tag is also way more blue, which is fine, although the warm “glow” (as if from a roaring fire) thru the window looks a bit greenish. I think I might try to slip a bit of white card behind the window to back it.
The snow drifts are just curves of cardstock, with a little bit of Tumbled Glass on the edge and the snowy glitter. Thank goodness PST is a good 8 hours behind us in the UK, so I’ll have time to take a photo and then tidy up before Tag 2!