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Start with a large Graphic 45 tag. I chose the Kraft color.

Start with a large Graphic 45 tag. I chose the Kraft color.

Taking the 12x12 title page from the Little Women collection cut the paper down to fit your die machine with the large tag die.

Taking the 12x12 title page from the Little Women collection cut the paper down to fit your die machine with the large tag die.

I use washi tap to hold my die in place when running it thru my big shot.

I use washi tap to hold my die in place when running it thru my big shot.

Use distress ink in frayed burlap to lightly go over the edges of the die cut.

Use distress ink in frayed burlap to lightly go over the edges of the die cut.

Use score tap or a wet glue to adhere the cutout to your tag.

Use score tap or a wet glue to adhere the cutout to your tag.

Voila! A perfect fit.

Voila! A perfect fit.

Fussy cut some flowers, the pen, and the quote from the title page. Tip: I made sure to cut my tag on the side opposite of the images I wanted. This way I only used one piece of paper!

Fussy cut some flowers, the pen, and the quote from the title page. Tip: I made sure to cut my tag on the side opposite of the images I wanted. This way I only used one piece of paper!

Cut out one of the book pages from the 8x8 paper. Using a distress tool lightly distress the edges.

Cut out one of the book pages from the 8x8 paper. Using a distress tool lightly distress the edges.

Fold in half.

Fold in half.

Use a bone folder to sharpen the crease.

Use a bone folder to sharpen the crease.

Gently curl the pages

Gently curl the pages

Use a wet glue down the crease

Use a wet glue down the crease

Adhere at a slight angle to the tag

Adhere at a slight angle to the tag

Once dry curl the pages a little more

Once dry curl the pages a little more

Use some small pop dots to stick the edges of the “book” down

Use some small pop dots to stick the edges of the \u201cbook\u201d down

I put one on the bottom corner of one page

I put one on the bottom corner of one page

And on the top of the other

And on the top of the other

I used the pop dots to help keep the shape

I used the pop dots to help keep the shape

Add pop dots to the back of the pen

Add pop dots to the back of the pen

Lay at an angle across the tag, sticking part of it over the “book”

Lay at an angle across the tag, sticking part of it over the \u201cbook\u201d

Use the large pop dots for the smaller flower

Use the large pop dots for the smaller flower

Stick on the top of the tag, tucking under the “book”

Stick on the top of the tag, tucking under the \u201cbook\u201d

I like to use scraps of cardboard to help give more dimension to my fussy cut images.

I like to use scraps of cardboard to help give more dimension to my fussy cut images.

I sized the cardboard to fit the larger flower cutout.

I sized the cardboard to fit the larger flower cutout.

Add glue of choice

Add glue of choice

Add some wet glue to the cutout

Add some wet glue to the cutout

I set this image at an angle on the tag, and glued the leaves down on the tag for a better hold

I set this image at an angle on the tag, and glued the leaves down on the tag for a better hold

I cut out some of the small blue flowers and added the around the large flowers for some extra color

I cut out some of the small blue flowers and added the around the large flowers for some extra color

Add in the quote cutout, tucking the edge behind the flowers

Add in the quote cutout, tucking the edge behind the flowers

Taking one of the chipboard cutouts, I sanded the edges to get rid of the small bumps

Taking one of the chipboard cutouts, I sanded the edges to get rid of the small bumps

Add frayed burlap ink on the edges

Add frayed burlap ink on the edges

Add adhesive

Add adhesive

Tuck under the flower at the top of the tag

Tuck under the flower at the top of the tag

Take stickles in crystal and add to the center of the flowers

Take stickles in crystal and add to the center of the flowers

Cut a small strip of Tim Holtz crinkle ribbon

Cut a small strip of Tim Holtz crinkle ribbon

Using frayed burlap ink, randomly add ink to the ribbon

Spritz with water

Spritz with water

Crinkle into a ball. I love how wrinkly this ribbon gets!

Crinkle into a ball. I love how wrinkly this ribbon gets!

Air dry or use a heat tool to dry

Air dry or use a heat tool to dry

Fold ribbon in half

Fold ribbon in half

String the looped end thru the hole in the tag

String the looped end thru the hole in the tag

Pull ends thru loop

Pull ends thru loop

Using a jump ring, add the small key charm to the tag

Using a jump ring, add the small key charm to the tag

I looped it thru the ribbon

I looped it thru the ribbon

Close the jump ring and tighten the ribbon

Close the jump ring and tighten the ribbon

All finished!!

All finished!!

  • Graphic 45 Large Tag in Craft
  • Graphic 45 Little Woman 12 Paper
  • Wet Glue of Choice
  • Score Tape
  • Distress Ink in Frayed Burlap
  • Graphic Large Tag Die
  • Jump Ring
  • Small Key Charm
  • Tim Holtz Crinkle Ribbon
  • Stickles in Crystal
  • Cardboard
  • Large and Small Pop Dots
  • Graphic 45 Little Woman 8x8 Paper
  • Graphic 45 Little Woman Chipboard