This is an old technique (cracked glass) that I happened to come across one day when looking at Pinterest. To make the cracked glass, I took a piece of Whisper White Cardstock (#100730) and applied some ink from a Soft Suede Classic Stampin' Pad (#147115). This ink is applied with what is known as direct to paper. Simply tap the pad onto the paper. Next I covered the inked area with a Versa Mark Pad (#102283) and then applied Stampin' Emboss Powder in Clear (#109130). Tap off the excess powder and heat set using the Heat Tool (#129053). Repeat this entire process (Versa Mark Pad, Clear Emboss Powder and heat set) three or four times. Allow the piece to cool and then gently bend the card stock to crack it. Finally I took a Sponge Dauber (#133773) and gently applied additional Soft Suede Classic Stampin' Pad ink to the cracks.
The entire layer above was adhered to a piece of Thick Whisper White Cardstock (#140272) that had been run through the Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine (#143263) and a Layering Ovals Framelits (#141706) die had been cut out from it. I then ran the piece through the Big Shot again using the Woodgrain Embossing Folder (retired) and used the Sponge Dauber to lightly apply some ink to the layer.
The card base is a piece of Whisper White Cardstock with a Soft Suede Cardstock layer (#115318). To finish the card I used the boot image from the Country Livin' Stamp Set (#141922 for wood mount or #141925 for clear mount) and stamped the image in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink (#132708). I used a Blender Pen (#102845) to color the boots with ink from the Soft Suede Classic Stampin' Pad. The lasso image is made by wrapping Linen Thread (#104199) around three fingers a few times and adhering to the card front with a Mini Glue Dot (#103683). If you look at the lasso closely you will notice the attachment that completes the card. It is the tiny sliding die from the Barn Door Framelits (#145662).