Embossed Elements #1 Series

For the first 2 ATCs, I used a "Scor-it" board which produces wonderful embossed lines.


ID: Embossed - Charcoal Diamond (unavailable)


ID: Embossed - Dancing Star (unavailable)

I used white cardstock scored an edge to edge border on all four sides. Then scored a diamond shape in the center. Within the diamond I wrote my quote using a .005 black micron pen. Mounted it onto gold metallic cardstock.

Quote: How baseless is the mightiest earthly pride, the diamond is but charcoal purified. The lordliest pearl that decks a monarch's breast is but an insect's sepulcher at best. Ella Wheeler Willcox

I used a Canson Mi-Tientes brown cardstock, and scored several straight lines across the card vertically and horizontally with a "Scor-it". With a stencil, I embossed a star and with my Sizzix Punch paddle I punched out a star so you see the underlying cardstock color. I edged that star with some blue glitter. I wrote my quote with a .005 micron black pen. Mounted it onto dark blue cardstock.

Quote: you need chaos in your soul to give birth to a dancing star. Nietzsche


ID: Embossed - GeniusATC

I took another class with Lorraine Douglas in Sept 2006 and this "g" was one of the letters in the alphabet we learnt. I loved it at once. I cut it out of plastic stencil material and glue it in reverse onto a piece of foam board. I then embossed the letter (sorry hard to see the edges). I wrote the rest of the word "enius" with a pilot parallel pen and sepia ink in an Italic style. Added the quote with the edge of the pen. added my diamond border then mounted it onto orange cardstock.

Quote: Genius 1% inspiration 99% perspiration

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