1. Adhere your cardstock to the original tag.
2. Glue the scrapbook paper to the cardboard, making sure the printed side of the scrapbook paper is facing upwards. Use the tag and trace the shape onto scrapbook paper and cut out. Set aside until later.
3. Die cut leaf shape out of the bottom third of the orginal tag.
4. Turn the tag over now so that the front is facing the table.
5. Cut a square of acetate large enough to cover the opening and secure this onto the backside of the tag. Here you have the original tag with the cut out leaf (you are seeing the backside of it), the piece of acetate and the backside which is the cardboard covered with the piece of scrapbook paper.
6. Tape the acetate square over the aperture of the original tag.
7. Enclose the leaf cut out with 3-D foam pads or cut pieces of 3-D foam tape. This will leave a tub to fill with beads. Make sure there are no openings or gaps between the foam pieces. (Otherwise you will lose the beads). Fill inside area between the foam pads with beads and flakes.
8. Pull of protective papers of the foam tape. Now take the scrapbook paper tag shape you created in step two, line it up over the tag and adhere it now to the backside of the tag with the scrapbook paper side facing down. This will cover the beaded area and enclose them.
9. Turn your tag over and now you can shake the beads.
10. Punch a hole at the top of the tag and insert a piece of decorative fiber for hanging.