I half-rubbed the rub-on, then lifted it, repositioned it and finished the rubbing, to achieve that imperfect, misaligned look, and then I sanded it with fine sandpaper to age it even more.
I used my amazing script stamp again, with Stazon ink, to achieve an antique-like feel. The butterfly is wooden, and I inked it with a blue and a gold ink before adding the script stamp in black. The flower is made from sugar paper, again with the script stamp, and influenced very heavily by various people's takes on Tim Holtz's grunge roses, like this one from Mouse Potato Designs (thanks, Felicia!). More on this above, very soon.
And I added some other embellishments that made it feel a bit Shabby, and a little bit Chic too. The clock was printed on acetate and fixed to the page with a tiny brad, and the hands I cut - painstakingly - myself. I stained the tag with coffee and chalked the edges, and added a coin embellishment that was actually taken from a pair of earrings.