Another card made with the hexagon used the image stamped a couple of times on yellow card stock and then heat embossed in gold. The images were cut up to leave one center intact and 2 bowl shapes plus some diamond shapes. We brushed orange ink on parts of the cut images and then placed them on our cards. The bowl shapes were arranged with flowers punched from different plain and inked colored card stock. I just realized that I haven't yet added the liquid pearls or glitter writer embellishments to my card so will post it again for you to see the "after" effect.
This next card used almost all of the parts of the hexagon image that was stamped twice on purple card stock. The images were cut up and rearranged; the portions with hearts and one of the centers weren't used at all. That Michael Strong is tricky......often times he'll use his images in different ways so it's impossible to know which stamps he used unless you see him in action or take his classes and learn his techniques. I love it!
These last 3 cards were really fun to make. We learned how to cut aluminum beverage cans (Diet Pepsi and Sierra Mist are my choices) and dry emboss them with embossing folders and a Cuttle Bug. Wow, so easy and what a great effect! We then applied alcohol inks to the embossed aluminum and, yep, embellished with glitter writers and pearl pens as desired. So far, I've only embellished the embossed fleur de lis image, with gold dots of pearl pen. I may or may not embellish the other two and I have others I need to finish and will share them another time.
Michael said that the card embossed with numerals is a birthday card because, after all, age is just a number. Ha!
With any luck, I'll post again before the end of the month. Besides additonal cards from Michael's classes today, I have cards I've made recently for Operation Write Home. Wouldn't that be something, 4 posts in a month? Progress.
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