Having read through the blogs of the design team, I found that I liked the outcomes when Annette Green, Susan Mostek and Yvonne Blair layered their die cuts. So I thought I'd try that with my dragonfly.
First, I trimmed the medium turquoise card the dragonfly was originally cut from (using the dimensional cutting pad technique) into a circle. Then I cut and embossed two more dragonflies, one on a light turquoise and the other on a dark turquoise. I cut the wings form the light dragonfly and colored them with Broken China and Tumbled Glass Distress Ink and then blended using the Picket Fence Distress Marker. FInally, I sprayed the wings with Sheer Shimmer Spritz (Tsukineko). I cut the body from the dark dragonfly, colored the debossed places with Cracked Pistachio Distress Paint and sprayed the body with Heidi Swapp Tropicana Teal Iridescent Spray. (The shimmer on the wings and body don''t show up well in any of the photos I took... it's there, but the cardstock seemed to have soaked it up and dulled it to less sparkle than I hoped for). The wings were attached to the medium dragonfly and the dark body was attached on top of the wings and the medium dragonfly. I touched up the antennae and legs with a Salty Ocean Distress Marker.
I cut a large tag from the light turquoise cardstock and, using the Rays stencil (THS 00-3), painted the rays using blending brushes (fine and broad) and Distress Inks Broken China, Tumbled Glass, Peacock Feathers and Chipped Sapphire. I then spayed the rays heavily with the Sheer Shimmer Spritz. Using Peacock Feather Distress Ink and a dragonfly stamp from Stamps Happen (#90246), I stamped a border at the bottom of the tag.
On the dark turquoise cardstock, I stamped the small Dragonfly Tag (Paula Best, PB-3016G) in Versamark Ink and embossed using white embossing powder from Top Boss.
I attached the circle with the dragonfly to the tag and used Heidi Swapp Bling (clear borders rhinestones) to border the circle. I attached the small tag with a turquoise brad and attached a simple ribbon tie to complete "Dragonfly Dreams":