The deer and the tree trunks were stamped on white cardstock with Archival Ink Sepia. A bit of texture was added with a bush stamp and then the scene was sponged with Distress Inks (Antique Linen and Vintage Photo). The background is kraft core cardstock which was cut into a circle, embossed and sanded.
To add to the nature feeling of the card, I die cut two leaves from a sheet of mica. I also found a home for one of the quilled fringed flowers I made for my tutorial in February. The sentiment was stamped with Archival ink Coffee on a tattered banner, which was first inked.
A close-up of the flower and mica leaves:
Thank you so much for looking!
Supplies: Stampscapes: Tree Trunk Trio 088F, Doe 229A, Bush 191A; Sizzix: Framelits Die Set Circles, Mini Tattered Leaves Movers & Shapers, Tattered Banners Sizzlits, Gridlock texture fade; Distress Ink: Vintage Photo, Antique Linen; Archival Ink: Sepia, Coffee; Core’dinations Tim Holtz kraft core cardstock; 3 mm and 6 mm Lake City Crafts quilling paper; October Afternoon patterned paper; Ranger manila cardstock; US ArtQuest mica; twine.