Gather your supplies, including the Beautiful Glory and Wood Background sheets from the Main Kit. (The door pull is from my stash.)
Coat the door pull completely with black gesso. When completely dry, apply white paint, allowing the black to show in the recessed parts. (You want to mimic the backplate.) Set aside.
Cut the Beautiful Glory sheet to 12-1/8"x6-3/4". Mark the diagonals and hole with a pencil on the front side, as shown. Trim the corners and punch out the circle. Heavily distress the edges.
Adhere the paper to the tag with 3-D matte gel. Trace and cut out a bit of paper to cover the reinforcer. I used the front of the sheet to add some color. Adhere to the tag.
Randomly apply modeling paste through the Harlequin stencil over the tag. You may use a heat tool to speed up the drying.
Dry brush the Metalliqe paints over the tag in random spots.
Attach the pull to the backplate and adhere to the tag using 3-D matte gel.
Create matting layers with the Wood Background and remaining Beautiful Glory papers; distress heavily. Add the photo and adhere to the tag. Ink and add the Quote Chips.
Add a few of the beautiful flowers that came in the Flower Add-On. Finish your tag with a bit of the hemp cord from the April Project Add-On.