Other than changing up the images and colors, I followed Tim's instructions for all the techniques. I used the following distress stains on the background: picket fence, peeled paint, bundled sage, and forest moss.
The ornaments were covered with white paint, a thick coat of rock candy distress crackle paint, and then several stains in the red family: barn door, fired brick, and aged mahogany. Instead of using the tulle buttons as an accent, I incorporated them into the decoration of the ornaments. The larger of the two had enough space to cut one of the movers and shapers snowflakes from the center; I just left the smaller ornament whole.
This tag, though not complicated, took the longest to finish because there was so much drying time involved. Thick crackle paint takes a long time to dry, as does the layer of glossy accents that fills the opening in the ornament made by the snowflake die.
I'm more than ready now for tag #5!