It took forever to make these cards. I kept die-cutting more and more pieces to create the die-cuts I wanted to inlay.
My friend had a very hard time die-cutting glitter paper so I made my own with Neenah Classic Crest Solar White cardstock, Sookwang adhesive, and Art Institute Glitter. That die-cut just fine, but it was really hard to get the left over pieces out of the die because they were tacky. When I tried the DCWV glitter paper, that worked great. I still had to be careful when removing the pieces, but it was doable.
I have to admit that three of those antlers ripped. I just inked the torn edges so they wouldn't show white, and used them. I really can't tell which ones were mended even if I look for them.
4 ¼ x 5 ½ inches
Crafter's Companion Kraft 100-lb. Cardstock (card base)
Various Mats (brown suede paper, DCWV black and gold glitter paper, green shimmer paper, Bazzil green and tan)
Aproximately 4 1/8 x 5 3/8 inches
Tim Holtz-Sizzix Nordic Winter Die
Various Cardstocks (mostly Neenah and Bazzill)
Inlaid die-cuts (brown and green suede paper, DCWV black and gold glitter papers, Bazzill cardstock, unknown wood grain cardstock, paper glittered with Art Impressions Java Bean and Bronze glitter)