I love tiny stamps and dies. They are so sweet but sometimes they can be a challenge to design with. An easy solution to this problem is to divide up your project into smaller areas. A grid always works and makes a simple design element. You can leave the squares of the grid as they are, but I'm always looking for an excuse to pull out my sewing machine and stitch away. A little stitching turns a simple grid into a quilt detail and adds a little extra texture.
Each square was cut to 1.5" square. This makes a 4.5" panel and it's matted in Sugar Cube then adhered to a Toffee cardstock 5" square card base. I love the look of a square card to change things up from the usual rectangular card.
Mini tags are adorable and I die-cut them from two colors of felt and Toffee cardstock. A couple of the cardstock tags were stamped on with sentiments from the Lavender Bouquet stamp set and adhered with 3D foam squares. The rest of the tags, both cardstock and felt, were adhered in the same manner and then embellished with random tiny bits and pieces that I had on hand such as twine, mini flowers, and vintage buttons.
I love how I have lots of little tags left over for other projects just ready to be used. They are stored in a little glass jar on my desk for future use. (Julia's Tip: If you have a favorite die set that you use over and over, die cut extra while you have the die out to make future crafting quick and easy.)