Kit is Afternoon Delight by JW-DigiScraps and can be found here http://www.digitalscrapbookingstudio...t_info&cPath=1
For the three papers in the background, I did some blending. The bottom paper is papers 2 and 8 with the blend mode on paper 8 changed to darken. The middle paper is papers 7 and 3 with the blend mode on paper 3 changed to overlay. The top paper is papers 13 and 5 with the blend mode on paper 5 changed to hard light. I cropped the frame to use the sides of it and I cropped the orange stitches to just use the bow off of it. I copied and then cropped the middle papers to fit the tag, enlarging them just a little to give some contrast to the tag and the papers it is sitting on. I cropped paper 2 to a shape in my software program to use for the definition of bittersweet. I used the fonts Amazone BT, Annie BTN and Arial.
n. 1. A woody vine of the genus Celastrus, especially the North American species C. scandens and the eastern Asian species C. orbiculata, having small, round, yellow-orange fruits that open at maturity to expose red seeds. Also called staff tree. 2. See bittersweet nightshade. 3. A dark to deep reddish orange.
adj. 1. Bitter and sweet at the same time: bittersweet chocolate. 2. Producing or expressing a mixture of pain and pleasure: a movie with a bittersweet ending.
3. Dark to deep reddish-orange.