Moose shed display ideas

PablitoPescador

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I found a small set of moose sheds yesterday while bear hunting and wanted to get some ideas for displaying them. My wife and I are expecting a boy in July and I’m thinking it would be cool to have them in the nursery. Interested to see some pictures and hear some ideas you might have on what to do with them. Thinking about maybe trying to put together some kind of antler mount on a plaque but don’t really know how to go about doing it. Any ideas?
 

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AlaskaHunter

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We do art with birchbark painting and fused glass:
Becky_moose_antler2.jpg

Another option is to take your favorite digital photo and print it out twice on color transparency.
Offset the 2 transparencies and it will look like stained glass.
Use a 4-5 inch hole saw with a portable drill and glue the cut "stain glass" photo on the antler with plexiglass in front.

Another option is to use a smaller hole saw with seasonal photos, winter and spring on one antler,
summer and fall on the other antler.

Another option is to use a hole saw and put a clock in one antler, a small calendar in the other antler.
 
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