Front of the actual license part. All the "tags" are arranged around the outside of this part. Back has a spot for a federal waterfowl stamp to be stuck and...all total the whole deal winds up being about 4" x 11". You can see it has 2 tags at the bottom still attached.
I also get a little "coupon" type book for MLD permits which are managed lang permits that I fill out one side and attach the other to the deer. At the end of the year I send in my book. In TX if you write a management plan for your property or get a biologist to do it for you (either private or a biologist for the state) you can pretty much get more tags (especially does) than you normally can fill, which is great.
On a general license you get
1 - Red Drum tag (redfish)
3 - Rio Grande Turkey tags
1 - Eastern Wild Turkey/Rio Grande Turkey tag
1 - Mule Deer buck or antlerless tag
1 - Mule Deer antlerless tag
2 - Whitetail Deer antlerless tag
3 - Whitetail Deer buck/antlerless tag
Back of the actual license part. Log where you killed what type of deer by county because you get more tags in the general license that you can use in some counties.
Back of actual tag, fill out name/county where killed and mark/tear/cut the date codes around the corner.