My eldest son is home from University which brings me onto my card. I love him dearly but it seems that in two years being away he's forgotten where the recycling bin is situated, at this point I'll add its been in the same place for the last 12 years. Anyway, he seems to have acquired shares in Amazon with the amount of deliveries I accept while he's sleeping and the empty boxes end up in the utility, this annoys the hell out of me and while breaking one apart I decided to utilise it on my next card which temporarily altered my mood.
On the bit I didn't rip, I used a stencil and Liquid Pearls to create the pattern. Wrapped some string and threaded through the gift tag and tied into a bow so the tag does slide back and forth. Cut the daisies from linen cardstock and just inked them, added a few gems to finish. Not too shabby for a card made from packaging :) Although I've now given my son a reason not to throw stuff away - sigh!
HLS - Anything Goes with Die Cuts
Crafty Cardmakers - Lots of Layers
Supplies: Kraft card base, white linen cardstock, Spellbinders eyelet squares die, Penny Black bashful die, Woodware tag punch, Liquid Pearls, TH stencil, Hero Arts sentiment stamp and clear gems.