Monday, December 26, 2016

Papertrey December Blog Hop Challenge 2016

Nothing like rushing at the last minute. Here's my card for Papertrey Ink's Blog Hop Challenge for December. Hope this will put a smile on my friend's 75th birthday as we were unable to attend her party.

Thanks for stopping by, and I really do appreciate your comments. 

Edited to Add:  Also entering this birthday card in Simon Says Monday Challenge: Party Time

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)
Cardstock: Stamper's Select White and Lovely Lady
Ink: Lovely Lady, Bright Buttercup and Aqua Mist
Stamps: Stylish Sentiments: Birthday
Dies: Nesties Classic Scallop Circles, Nesties Classic Circles and Modern Numbers
Other: Sponge and SU Dimensionals

Sunday, December 18, 2016

PTI Create Along With Us: December 2016

Couldn't miss the opportunity to participate in another challenge after seeing all the great inspiration throughout December's Release at Papertrey Ink. The goal is to choose one or more projects posted by the Design Team to create our own version. It's challenging just deciding which one to tackle because they are all beautifully done.

This week I selected this beauty of Dawn's from her December Release Wrap-Up but changed the color scheme and improvised with older products from my stash. It's such a thrill to see her creating and posting on her blog again. Yay, Dawn! (still praying though)


Here's the get-well card I created by stamping the Floral Sketches with VersaMark and heat embossing with white powder. Then my Zigs came into play for the two sizes of flowers. New Leaf ink was used to stamp the leaves and then colored over with my Aqua Brush for that watercolored look. Thanks, Dawn, for the inspiration!

Thanks for stopping by, and I really do appreciate your comments. Hope to get caught up in the next day or two leaving comments for other participants. Sorry for the delay!

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)
Cardstock: Berry Sorbet and Canson Mixed Media (watercolor paper)
Ink: Berry Sorbet, New Leaf and VersaMark
Stamps: Floral Sketches, Boutique Borders: Valentine and Keep It Simple: Get Well
Dies: Nesties Classic Scallop Squares
Other: Aqua Brush, Light Carmine and Geranium Red Zigs and White Embossing Powder

Saturday, December 10, 2016

PTI MIM #269: Embossed + Outlined Backgrounds

Leave it to Betsy Veldman to come up with this cool idea of embossing images and then outlining them with a coordinating colored marker. You can see her sharing how it's done here for this week's Papertrey Ink Make It Monday. Thank goodness for these challenges as I not only try something new but it motivates me to create. And now, back to creating more Christmas cards before it's too late to mail them this year.

On with my Get Well card for a dear friend who just had hand surgery this morning. (We were up way too early on a Saturday as she had to be there at 6 am.) I embossed What The Doodle: Feathers in white and used a VersaMarker for the outline since I don't own any Copics. The sentiment from Painted Petals was stamped in Dark Chocolate. The Kraft card base was sponged using white pigment ink.

Thanks for stopping by, and I really do appreciate your comments. 

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)
Cardstock: Kraft
Ink: Dark Chocolate and VersaMark
Stamps: What The Doodle: Feathers and Painted Petals
Dies: None
Other: White Embossing Powder, VersaMarker, White Pigment Ink and Sponge

Saturday, December 3, 2016

PTI MIM #268: Double-Layer Tags

Once again it's time to participate in Papertrey Ink's Make It Monday here, hosted this week by Dawn McVey. This is truly a blessing because poor Dawn has been through so much lately with ill health and lots of testing. I'm so grateful she had the stamina to create and share her talents with us once again, and I will keep her in my prayers.

Believe it or not, I'm not a tag person because the extent of our gift giving now is for the Giving Tree at church. But, I just had to face the challenge and make one double-layer tag.
Here it is (front & back):


Thanks for stopping by, and I really do appreciate your comments. 

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Stamper's Select White, Ocean Tides, Pure Poppy and Holiday Plaid
Ink: Ocean Tides
Stamps: In The Meadow and 2012 Birthday Tags
Dies: Mat Stack #6, Mat Stack #2, Wet Paint Holiday and InThe Meadow
Other: White Organza Ribbon, Red Ribbon, Red Thread, Black Rhinestones, Gelly Roll Glitter Pen, Orange Marker and SU Dimensionals

Friday, November 25, 2016

Papertrey November Blog Hop Challenge

Here we are again with a beautiful image showcasing bright and cheery colors for this month's Papertrey's November Blog Hop Challenge. Look at the striking decor:


This is certainly getting me in the mood to decorate our home, but trust me…it won't look anything like this. A gal can wish though, right? Of course I'm getting close to the deadline so I better get my card posted. Yay for completing another Christmas card! 

Hoping I can stay awake to check out the blog post entries and comment. Thanks for stopping by, and I really do appreciate your comments. 

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Stamper's Select White and Tropical Teal
Ink: Tropical Teal, Green Parakeet, Hawaiian Shores, Raspberry Fizz, Harvest Gold and VersaFine Onyx Black
Stamps: Beautiful Blooms II and Stylish Sentiments: Holiday
Dies: None
Other: SU DimensionalsSaveSave

Sunday, November 20, 2016

Create Along With Us: November 2016

Since this past week was Papertrey Ink's November Release, we're invited to create along with the Design Team. Details can be found here. There was so much inspiration once again it's a challenge for me to pick just one. Hence, I used bits and pieces from Melissa's  and Heather's cards below for a fun birthday card.


As usual, I had to work with the stamp sets and dies I own so here's what I created.

Thanks for stopping by, and I really do appreciate your comments. 

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Stamper's Select White and Lavendar Glitter Paper (JoAnn)
Ink: Aqua Mist, Hawaiian Shores, Green Parakeet, Spring Rain, Winter Wisteria, Royal Velvet, Sweet Blush, Pale Peony and Hibiscus Burst
Stamps: Birthday Style
Dies: Birthday Style and Shaped Sayings: Birthday
Other: Sponge Daubers and SU Dimensionals

Saturday, November 12, 2016

PTI MIM #267: Assembly Line Card-Making

This week I'm playing along with Laurie and Papertrey Ink's Make It Monday, where she challenged us to create cards assembly-line style. They didn't have to be for Christmas, but what better time to bang out several at one time. Thanks, Laurie, now I've got my Christmas card designed for this year. Here it is:

The image below shows supplies I used and multiples of each piece I needed stamped or die-cut to create six cards of the same design and color scheme. After running Scarlet Jewel card stock through my Big Shot with the MFT Stitched Rectangle Dies, each was attached to a white card base. Sweet Blush was cut using Edgers #3, and the sentiment was stamped in Scarlet Jewel ink. Silver glitter paper was cut to size and adhered to the top and bottom edges. The white wreath die-cut was stamped in Delicata Silvery Shimmer ink with the berry sprigs in Scarlet Jewel. The Sweet Blush ribbon was also stamped using Scarlet Jewel. A dab of silver glitter glue was added to the bow's center. 

My first prototype I decided to pop up the ribbon, but on the other five I popped up the wreath instead. Below you can see my set of six, and now I need to make a whole lot more. 

Thanks for stopping by, and I really do appreciate your comments. 

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Stamper's Select White, Scarlet Jewel and Sweet Blush
Ink: Scarlet Jewel and Delicata Silvery Shimmer
Stamps: Deck The Halls and Happiest of Holidays
Dies: Deck The Halls, Edgers #3 and MFT Stitched Rectangles
Other: Silver Glitter Paper, Silver Glitter Glue and SU Dimensionals

Sunday, November 6, 2016

PTI MIM #266: That's A Wrap

Lexi Daly hosted this past week's Papertrey Ink Make It Monday, and her video can also be seen here on Nichole's blog. Her challenge was to create our own wrapping paper using images and colors of our choice. She also provided a download for wrapping paper guidelines, which was very helpful. With her sample guidelines, I was able to stamp diagonally like she did on HP multipurpose paper. Because I waited till the last minute (almost) to create this with no gift box to wrap, I decided to photograph the wrapping paper and gift tag anyway. Here's what I created, and I apologize for the poor photo quality.

Thanks for stopping by, and I really do appreciate your comments. I apologize for being way behind in blog commenting and hope to catch up this week.

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Stamper's Select White
Ink: Autumn Rose, Green Parakeet and Enchanted Evening
Stamps: Deck The Halls and In The Meadow
Dies: Mat Stack #2
Other: HP Multipurpose Printer Paper, Sponge, Hole Punch and Hemp Cord

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Papertrey October Blog Hop Challenge

Today is October 25 and time for another Blog Hop Challenge at Papertrey Ink. Can't let an opportunity like this pass, especially with this beautiful inspiration photo. So, I'm sneaking in a little crafty time before I start baking for our company. 

photograph from Vibeke Design

Here's my card and I'm pretty sure my aunt will appreciate this for her 91st birthday. 

Even though it's hard to see, I scored the Soft Stone card stock and swiped it back and forth with some Soft Stone ink and a paint brush to create the wood panel look. The leaves were ink blended, and the veins stamped. Added some glossy accents to the berries and popped up the acorns. Added the sentiment in Terracotta Tile, adhered to a Dark Chocolate layer, which is attached to a white card base. Hope to find time tonight to hop along admiring all the gorgeous projects showcased on Nichole's blog today.

Edited to Add: Also entering this in Simon Says Monday Challenge: Autumn

Thanks for stopping by, and I really do appreciate your comments. Happy Hopping!

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Soft Stone, Stamper's Select White and Dark Chocolate
Ink: Soft Stone, Kraft, Terracotta Tile, Canyon Clay, Harvest Gold, Dark Chocolate, Simply Chartreuse and Ripe Avocado
Stamps: Scripted, Leaf Prints and Give Thanks
Dies: Leaf Prints and Give Thanks
Other: MS Scoring Board, Sponge Dauber, Ink Blending Tools. Glossy Accents and SU Dimensionals

Sunday, October 23, 2016

PTI MIM #264: Die-Cut Stencil Shapes

Melissa shows us how to get more use out of our dies by using the actual die-cut as a stencil. Her video for this week's Papertrey Ink Make It Monday can be found here. Her cards are so typical of Melissa and absolutely gorgeous. I just had to give it a try during a small window of crafty time. Just got back from vacation and now getting ready for company this week. Here's my birthday card using Melissa's technique.

Thanks for stopping by, and I really do appreciate your comments.

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Kraft and Sheer Basics Vellum
Ink: Terracotta Tile and Dark Chocolate
Stamps: Ombre Sentiments: Birthday
Dies: Turning A New Leaf
Other: Sponge Dauber and SU Dimensionals

Friday, October 14, 2016

PTI Create Along With Us October 2016

After seeing Papertrey Ink's awesome October release and the DT's creations, I am totally inspired. You can see the details here on Nichole's blog. Very windy and wet here today so prayed all day we wouldn't lose power. In between packing for another vacation, I just had to squeeze in time to participate by creating a card based on the one below by Betsy.


Here's my snowflake card using Fancy Flakes, since I don't own What The Doodle: Snowflake...yet.

Thanks for stopping by, and I really do appreciate your comments. 

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Stamper's Select White and Aqua Mist
Ink: VersaMark, Aqua Mist, Tropical Teal, Amethyst Allure, Winter Wisteria and Delicata Silvery Shimmer
Stamps: In The Meadow
Dies: Fancy Flakes and MFT Stitched Rectangles
Other: Canson Mixed Media Watercolor Paper, Ink Blending Tools, Water Mister and SU Dimensionals

Sunday, October 9, 2016

PTI MIM #263: Background Building With Frames

Amy Sheffer shared with us how to build a background using frame die-cuts for Papertrey Ink's Make It Monday. Didn't think I'd find time to attempt this technique as we had a busy week. We also drove to Richland, WA for the weekend to meet up with other relatives to watch two nephews (Senior & Sophomore) from Idaho participate in a Cross-Country Track Meet Saturday. The Senior finished second in his division so that was a very proud moment. Enough of my on to my card.

Thanks for stopping by, and I really do appreciate your comments. 

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Stamper's Select White, Clear Vellum and Sheer Basics Vellum
Ink: VersaMark, Kraft, Dark Chocolate, Canyon Clay, Terracotta Tile and Distress Mustard Seed
Stamps: Give Thanks
Dies: Take Three and Give Thanks
Other: Zing! Copper Metallic Embossing Powder, Copper Brads, Ink Blending Tools, Micro Glue Dots, and SU Dimensionals

Sunday, October 2, 2016

PTI MIM #262: Pumpkin Stamps 3 Ways

Nichole's famous last words when it comes to PTI's challenges is to just have fun. This week's Make It Monday by Ashley encourages us to use a pumpkin stamp in three ways. Last Monday I realized I don't own a pumpkin stamp so figured I couldn't play along. Well, I had to get a bit creative so it limited me to only make one card tonight, but I see now I'm not the only one. Hopefully our entries qualify.

For my pumpkin, I traced a cookie cutter from watercolor paper, fussy cut and then ink blended in Orange Zest. Used an H2O brush to add texture to the pumpkin. The stem was traced, cut a second time and stamped in Kraft using the striped stamp from Grunge Me. I also used my H2O brush to blend those lines a bit. With Ripe Avocado ink I colored a piece of white crochet thread before tying a bow around the pumpkin stem.

Black card stock pieces were cut with Jolly Holiday Dies for starry eyes, Birthday Style Die garland piece for the mouth and a 1/4 inch punch for the circular nose.   The sentiment from Scene It: Celebration was stamped on a Kraft Bubble Talk die cut using VersaFine Onyx Black ink. The Rustic Cream card base was ink blended in Ripe Avocado over the leafy stencil from the Garden Gate Kit. My pumpkin and sentiment bubble were popped up to finish this Fall birthday card.

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Rustic Cream, Kraft and Black
Ink: Orange Zest, Ripe Avocado, Kraft and VersaFine Onyx Black
Stamps: Scene It: Celebration and Grunge Me
Dies: Bubble Talk, Jolly Holiday and Birthday Style
Other: Garden Gate Stencil, Pumpkin Cookie Cutter, Ink Blending Tool, White Crochet Thread (dyed), Canon Mixed Media Paper, H20 Brush and SU Dimensionals

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Greetings from Seattle

Altenew is hosting a very different blog hop with prizes for commenting as well as creating for any of  the 18 challenges included.

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Here is an ink blended card using Altenew's Sketchy Cities America 2. First I stamped the Seattle Skyline using VersaFine Onyx Black ink and heat embossed with clear embossing powder. The blue sky was blended with an ink blending tool. Using sponge daubers, a silver Bic marker and a Gelly Roll glitter pen, I colored in the landmarks and buildings. The road below the cityscape is a strip of black glitter paper. To finish the card, I inked the sentiment in VersaMark on black card stock and heat embossed with white embossing powder.

You Make My World Go 'Round

Details of Altenew's Ultimate Challenge Blog Hop can be found here. There is so much inspiration, a fun blog hop and great prizes up for grabs. I was definitely inspired to create. Virginia's View Challenge was all about Spray, Mist and Splatter.

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Using my Altenew Sketchy Cities America 2 stamp set, I created an emboss resist card. The card base is white, next layer is PTI Hibiscus Burst, and the top white layer was die cut with MFT's Stitched Rectangles. The Seattle Cityscape was inked with VersaMark and heat embossed in white. I then blended some Distress inks (Mustard Seed, Spiced Marmalade and Picked Raspberry) before stamping my sentiment in VersaFine Onyx Black. I splattered some water drops and added black rhinestones to finish the card.

I'd Climb To The Top of the Space Needle for You

What a fun and different type of blog hop at Altenew! This is Altenew's Ultimate Blog Hop Challenge, which includes 18 different challenges. Thought it would be fun to share a card I made that qualifies for Virginia's View Challenge requiring Spray, Mist & Splatter.

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This Seattle cityscape card started with a white card base that I smooshed with PTI New Leaf, Harvest Gold and Hawaiian Shores inks. Altenew's Sketchy Cities America 2 stamp was inked with the same three colors and misted with water before stamping on white. That panel was fussy cut and adhered to a strip of New Leaf card stock and "popped" up on the white base. The sentiment was stamped in New Leaf on the bottom portion of a Harvest Gold PTI Half & Half die cut. I punched two small holes, laced Twinery Twine around the card, through the holes and tied a bow.

Sending Big Hugs

Altenew's Ultimate Challenge Blog Hop is such a fun hop. Now if I could only figure out how to chart all these challenges so when time permits, I could participate in several of them. I'm on a mission to figure out an easy system. In the mean time, I again pulled out my Altenew stamp set. 

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Here's another card I made using Sketchy Cities America 2, the Seattle Cityscape. Kathy at The Daily Marker is one of the challenge participants. Her challenge is "The Daily Marker 30 Day Coloring Challenge." Her beautiful colored images are definitely works of art. After stamping the Seattle Cityscape in VersaFine Onyx Black ink, I colored in some of the images with my Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens. PTI's Wet Paint III sentiment was die cut from black card stock and inked in black on a white strip. A black strip of card stock was attached to the inside of the white card base. 

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Papertrey September Blog Hop Challenge

The September Blog Hop at Papertrey Ink means we're only three months from Christmas Day. Time to get your "Kraft" on and think about buying and wrapping gifts. Fortunately, at this point in my life I don't need to do that much any more, but I do like to make my Christmas cards. What a great photo imspiration to jumpstart that mojo!

simple ideas for christmas gift toppers

Here's my creation based on the image above. Yay, one more Christmas card done!

Because I don't "yet" own a pinecone stamp, I had to get a bit creative so I stamped dark chocolate berries topped off with a shimmery Gelly Roll pen. My black card stock was lightly sponged with white pigment ink, wrapped in twine and adhered to a white card base. Some of the greenery is popped up using SU Dimensionals, as are the berries. The tag was tied to the twine so it's floating freely. To coordinate with the white edges of my die cuts, I stamped just the "laughter" banner of the sentiment using black ink on white. That was adhered to the Kraft tag stamped in black ink. 

Thanks for stopping by, and I really do appreciate your comments. Looking forward to seeing all the fabulous creations during this hop!

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Stamper's Select White and Black
Ink: VersaFine Onyx Black, New Leaf, Ripe Avocado, Dark Chocolate and White Pigment
Stamps: Happiest of Holidays and Spruce & Sprigs
Dies: Tag Sale #9 and Spruce & Sprigs
Other: Twine, Gelly Roll Glitter Pen, Sponge and SU Dimensionals

Thursday, September 22, 2016

PTI MIM #261: Using Florals On A Masculine Project

Whose idea was this anyone? It's not as easy as Betsy made it look, but I had to take the challenge anyway. How can I not when there's a sweet gift certificate at stake? Anyway, you can see her video and challenge details on Nichole's blog here. Here's what I came up with just in time for some Fall masculine birthdays.

Can't wait to see what others came up with so I can CASE some masculine cards. 

Thanks for stopping by, and I really do appreciate your comments. 

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Stamper's Select White, Kraft and Simply Chartreuse
Ink: Simply Chartreuse, Ripe Avocado, Canyon Clay, Terracotta Tile, Summer Sunrise and Dark Chocolate
Stamps: Painted Petals, Rosie Posie, Rosie Posie II, Spruce & Sprigs and Keep It Simple: Birthday
Dies: Painted Petals, Rosie Posie, Spruce & Sprigs and SU Top Note 
Other: Woodgrain Impression Plate, Sponge Dauber and SU Dimensionals

Sunday, September 18, 2016

PTI Create Along With Us: September 2016

We just returned from a fun vacation in the great state of Tennessee so I am way behind in blogland. In fact, I hurriedly skimmed through the DT's posts to find a card that inspired me so I could participate in this week's Create Along With Us Challenge. Now the hardest part is selecting only one because I want to CASE them all...and when I have more time, I intend to do this. My favorite day of posting was the Christmas Faith post on September 12, even though I ended up making a birthday card. Not that I could ever come close to creating Melissa's style, but she inspired me with this card of hers.

Here's my birthday card with a similar design.

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Stamper's Select White and Ocean Tides
Ink: Soft Stone and VersaMark
Stamps: Ombré Sentiments: Birthday and Scene It: Celebration
Dies: Sketched Stars and Tag Sale #9
Other: Holiday Plaid Patterned Paper, White Embossing Powder, White Gel Pen, Lawn Fawn twine, and SU Dimensionals

Monday, September 5, 2016

PTI MIM #260: From Black and White To Color

Danielle shared her tips and tricks for stamping a black and white background, cutting off a border or die-cutting the center of the image. What's left of the main image is then colored using something like Copics or Zigs. That colored piece is then popped up and aligned with the strip or placed back in the die-cut opening. You can watch her video here on Nichole's blog. She showed two great examples: one cut vertically on the left and the other an oval die cut from the center. Here's my take for this week's Make It Monday Challenge at Papertrey Ink.

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Harvest Gold
Ink: Royal Velvet, Harvest Gold and Winter Wisteria
Stamps: What The Doodle: Feathers
Dies: Mat Stack #6
Other: Bold Blossoms Watercolor Sheet, Zig Clean Color Real Brush, Paintbrush (splatters), WOS White Shimmer, Corner Chomper and SU Dimensionals

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

PTI MIM #259: Ombre Cluster Stamping

Dawn delighted us with her Make It Monday for Papertrey Ink ombre cluster stamping. You can see her video and details here. Since I don't own Floral Sketches yet, I hadn't to peruse my stamp sets to see which ones might work. Not sure mine are as ombre looking as Dawn's, but I think I got the general idea. Here are the two cards I created.

Because it's difficult to see the Glitter pen used on the leaf veins above, I added a closeup below so hopefully you can see it better. 

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Rustic Cream and Dark Chocolate
Ink: Melon Berry, Canyon Clay and Terracotta Tile
Stamps: Leaf Prints, Mum's The Word and Harvest Berries
Dies: Sketched Shapes
Other: Gelly Roll Glitter Pen and Enamel Dots (Michaels)

Here is my second card using Mum's The Word in a cluster with somewhat of an ombre color palette. 

Thanks for stopping by, and I really do appreciate your comments. 

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Kraft
Ink: Terracotta Tile, Americana and Canyon Clay
Stamps: Mum's The Word
Dies: None
Other: Paintbrush Splatters (watercolors) and Sponged Edge

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Papertrey August Blog Hop Challenge

So, here we are on August 25, and it's time for another Blog Hop for Papertrey Ink. You can see all the details here. Once again, we have another fabulous image to encourage us to play along.

photograph from VSCO 

My first thought was to get out my paintbrushes, but instead I pulled out my new Garden Gate stencil and ink blending tool. This is what I came up with blending Melon Berry and Distress Spiced Marmalade. My sentiment is done in Enchanted Evening. I also blended a bit of Enchanted Evening on the Vellum leaves. Added in five sequins for a little bling.

Thanks for stopping by, and I really do appreciate your comments! Can't wait to see what everyone else created this month. 

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Stamper's Select White and Enchanted Evening
Ink: Melon Berry, Distress Spiced Marmalade and Enchanted Evening
Stamps: Painted Petals
Dies: Turning A New Leaf and Nestabilities Standard Circles Large
Other: Garden Gate Stencil, Ink Blending Tool, Sizzix Swiss Dots Embossing Folder and Sequins (stash)

PTI MIM #258: Cover Plate Tags

Playing along with this week's Make It Monday at Papertrey Ink. This week it was Laurie's turn to share something new with us by using cover plates to create tags.  My options are pretty limited with only one tag die and one cover plate, but I made it work like she showed us. The trick was to line up the cover plate over the tag so it looked good, and then die-cut it using the tag die. Her video here shows how to accomplish this. Because the tags are so small and the cover plate full card size, I made two different ones.

 Below are individual photos of each tag. 

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Stamper's Select White, Black and Pure Poppy 
Ink: None
Stamps: None
Dies: Hexagon Cover Plate, Tag Sale #9, Swoosh and Bubble Talk (heart)
Other: Perfect Pearls Mist: Perfect Pearl, Gelly Roll Glitter Pen, Rhinestone, Red Ribbon and SU Dimensionals

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Aqua Mist, Stamper's Select White and Hawaiian Shores
Ink: Autumn Rose
Stamps: None
Dies: Hexagon 
Cover Plate
, Tag Sale #9 and Fancy Flakes
Other: Nuvo Crystal Drops Glossy White, Ink Blending Tool, Twine and SU Dimensionals