- Peel off the protective coating on each side from your clear Hambly overlay. FYI: This was run through the Cuttlebug using an embossing folder.
Take your brown rectangle and adhere it on an angle to the Hambly. Another way to describe this is to put both 2x3 pieces together (Hambly and brown cardstock). Spin the top piece about a ½" - ¾". Now you should be able to see the edges of the piece that is underneath.
Place adhesive (glue dots works well) about ½" in from two opposite sides of the brown cardstock.
Put back in the position that you just did above.
Take your medium paper flower and adhere it to the brown cardstock circle.
To make a center to your flower, you can use a mini glue dot and some embossing powder with your heat gun or take a pencil with a new flat eraser and press it into an ink pad color of your choice (we used Distress Ink - Brushed Corduroy in our demo) and press in the center of your flower.
Adhere the brown circle to the top RIGHT corner of your brown cardstock.
Flip the tag over.
Center your patterned piece of paper within the brown cardstock that you can see through the Hambly clear overlay. This will serve as a double mat, by utilizing what you can see through the clear overlay.
Cut out a word from your page kit paper. Dream was used in the demo. Be sure to leave a little extra paper to the LEFT of your word so you can put the brad through that paper and not cover up any part of the word.
Poke the brad through your word, then through the slit in the flower.
Pull back the prongs. Use a glue dot to adhere in the center of the brown cardstock circle that you can see through the Hambly clear overlay.
Deb's note: I need to go in and take a picture to add here- please be patient with me! LOL