Oh, where do I begin! Here is another creation that has taken me like forever to finish! I don't know what is wrong with me lately. I started this creation with a Julie Nutting stamp, little girl taking care of business. She was colored with Prismacolor pencils (that was the easy part). After she was finished, I was thinking of turning her into a tag. On this tag I put a piece of beautiful handmade paper that I got from our friend Carol at Scrapbooks-N-More. Thank you, Carol! Next, I attached her to a piece of mirror card, then onto a piece of paper from last century. You all know how much I love bees anything, so I attached this little bee brad to the top part where the hole is for the tag. Remember? Oops, I need to finish the process.........then that "tag" sat on my craft table for a few days while I was trying to come up with an idea to showcase her proudly. I had to call one of my top mentors Betty from Betty from 1st Betty, asking for help! I know she has company from out of state, and how dare she be busy with her company! Anyways, she did get back to me and long story short, here is what I came up with! I decided to make this tag into a card! It is a 6x6 card. Oh, I almost forgot a very important piece of information. The lovely blue lace at the bottom of the tag. During the last century I was at our local Goodwill, and I found this huge bag full of the most beautiful lace. Boy did I score! I have the cute stamp that says Bee happy, I heat embossed that and used the die that came with that stamp. Next, I stamped You go Girl and cut that out. Enjoy this lil girl and I hope she gives you a smile!