Almost all tags rely upon the copy, paste, resize as needed, position as desired. If the is some other way to get elements into a tag, somebody reveal the mystery to me.
Fill the circle with your background of choice (p2 at 44%). Choose a frame (frame3) to fit overtop your backeground.
Copy and paste etc the tube or poser or figure of your choice. (Cookie), the temporarily adjust the opacity so you can see where the figure and the frame. use the eraser to remove the overlap to make it look like the figure is in the figure, leaning out. Restore 100% opacity to figure, Add your desired embellishments from the elements. I used bow 2 to make Cookie's hat more interesting, then placed the heart on a rope sround her neck as a necklace, erasing most of the rope.
I wasn't thrilled with the existing flowers on the frame, so coved them up with strawberry vine. and added the ladybug.
Tag 2 and teddy bear were the last elements added. The tag made the perfect place to put the name (Santas Big Secret) with the upper left area of the frame alllowing plenty of room for the sentiment .(Creampuff). Always add tag information, in a small but legible font.
(ps - if you like the posers but find neither positioned quite the way you wish they are Designed by Kay - Berri Shortcakes. are CU, with 6 poses to choose from.