The details: tag is 4.25 x 9.5 (roughly). I used the Plantin Schoolbook cartridge for the cut. The cut was followed by a bunch of layers of Tim Holtz's Distress Ink (Frayed Burlap, Vintage Photo, Fired Brick, Broken China, Black Soot, Forest Moss). I flicked water on it to make it even more distressed. I also stamped a script stamp in the Forest Moss. Then I used a Copper Glitter embossing powder on the edges. I also used my homemade sparkle mist in a golden metallic.
The pennant was a gift from my sister. I dabbed it with the black soot. The flower is a layer beginning with greenery topped with a plastic flower that I smudged with Black Soot. I was afraid that it wouldn't dry, so I used the heat tool. Surprise! It began to curl and shrink. Cool beans! Then I layered some paper flowers that were also misted with the gold metallic spray. The corner boasts a small metallic embellishment with the word "Inspire". I added a flourish to the top and tied it with a bow through an old button from some long-forgotten article of clothing. Finally, some gorgeous, silky yarn is tied through the hole.
Tag two has most of the same features as the first tag. It's a bit larger at 4.5 x 10.5 (again ... approximate dimensions - I am too lazy to go measure it!). I also used my new purchase of Dusty Concord ... a beautiful purple! I used it to stamp the script as well.
The differences in this tag include a metal mesh that my neighbor gave to me. I sprayed a white flower with some more homemade purple metallic mist. There's a flourish on the top that I embossed with purple embossing powder. I used some white paint to distress the tag in the lower corner that reads "Appreciate".
I'm glad I spent the time learning how to do this. My fingertips are stained a glorious shade which is really cool. Enjoy!