I found some lovely dark brown card stock to cut out the tag base. Stamped some flourishes (my favorite flourishes) all over the tag with bronze Encore ink. Stamped these flourishes on part of an image, stamped some words on the image and colored the edges of the image with the bronze Encore ink. Added a bronze colored metal star to the image. Stamp a large "B" image with bronze Encore ink on to a piece of bronze colored metallic paper. Used my finger to color the edge of the tag with bronze Lumiere paint and let dry.
Stamped the back of the tag with a geometric image using bronze Encore ink. Found a vintage image on the web, altered the coloring, Added a description of the color brown (Brown says stability and approachability. It is the color of our earth and is associated with all things natural or organic.) with white type along the top edge, and my details in black along the bottom image, then printed. Used the darkest brown dye ink I had (cocoa) to stamp on a saying to the image, and two butterfly images, also colored the edges of the image with this same ink.
Punched out large floral shapes. One using tan card stock, thickly painted with bronze Distress crackle paint, let dry, ran through Swiss dot Cuttlebug embossing folder, inked surface with brown Brilliance ink to highlight the crackles and edges. The other one using the bronze colored metallic paper and ran through a different Cuttlebug embossing folder, also inked with brown Brilliance ink. Punched a small flower out of Egyptian papyrus paper.
Added an assortment of brown fibers to one end of the tag. Adhered the image of the woman and added a bronze metal object. Added a bronze coil to the top of the metallic paper, adhered to the tag, added a strip of Egyptian papyrus (love the variety of browns in it) with three large bright bronze brads. Assembled the paper flower together with a small bronze brad and attached to the tag.