Using a candle, I held the copper over the flame to age the copper and give it a nice patina. Metal transfers heat so you want to make sure you use something besides your fingers to hold the metal over the flame as it gets hot very quickly. The below picture is my #1 Son holding the metal so I could get a picture of this process.
Because this metal tooling foil is sturdy, I did not glue it to the cardboard.
This chalkboard paper has adhesive on one side, so I just stuck each cut out piece to a piece of the cardboard. Using a white paint pen, I drew a simple design on them.
I used bamboo skewers for the arrow shaft. I had some that were spray painted silver from a previous project and I used them, others I painted white or left plain.
I had quite a few wooden beads, so I pulled some of those out. For the chalkboard arrows, I painted them lightly with white paint. For the scrapbook paper arrows, I used different colors of standard craft paint to paint the beads. For the rustic arrows, I just left them as they were.
The scrapbook paper was glued to the cardboard templates that I made and I used the white paint pen to draw a center line and feather lines right on the paper.