Use the Early Espresso Stampin' Pad to stamp the sentiment onto the die cut rectangle. Be careful to not touch the ink, it can easily smear.
Tie the Linen thread onto the acorn, making a loop. Trim excess ends if needed. Photo is showing before I tightened the knot. Be sure you keep that open loop so it can thread onto the ribbon.
Punch one end of each of the DSP strips with the Banners Pick a Punch.
Adhere the punched banner DSP strips to the back edge of the sentiment rectangle. I placed a line of adhesive on the paper and then pressed each banner into place. See photo.
Wrap the ribbon around the lower edge of the sentiment rectangle. You can place some adhesive on the backside of the paper to hold the ribbon in place. Tie it once, now add the acorn twine loop onto the ribbon tail and tie a second time.
Add dimensionals to the back of the rectangle and leave paper covering in place until ready to stuff your bag and adhere to the Early Espresso card stock bag topper.
Fold the 5 1/2" x 4" Early Espresso card stock in half at the score line. Fill the Mosaic bag, then fold down the top edge.
Place the Early Espresso card stock over the folded bag and staple at the top edge to grab the folded top edge.
Now adhere the sentiment label onto the Early Espresso card stock bag front.