Definition: Aggregate is a collection of items that are gathered together to form a total quantity.

The fleeting moments of knowledge in which we discover our existence are facts that can be committed to memory. We can enlarge this aggregate memory and refashion it as we go through a lifetime. By saving these memories on paper and reconstructing the images of our lives. We see the art of our lives unfolding before us.

Face the brilliance of your most wonderful creations and dwell on your dreams.
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Thursday, April 19, 2012

A Cut Above Online Card Class....Day 4







Day 4....
Shaped Cards

Teachers:
Jennifer McGuire, Kristina Werner and Nichol Magouirk.

They are teaching techniques for using your dies (Part 1) and Silhouette machines (Part 2).

Here is my take on Day 4 A Cut Above card class.
I have been into Moths lately and so this was perfect to mix it. I think I like the fuzziness of them. :D





































8 comments:

  1. Love this card! That moth is stunning and the design of the card is amazing!

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  2. Striking card. Love your moth..It is such a detailed image...Fun background and shape of the card.

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  3. That's the prettiest moth I've ever seen. Beautiful.

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  4. Wow! How pretty your card came out. Great job!!

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  5. Beautiful color combination and I love the honeycomb background. Your moth is stunning :)

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  6. That moth is gorgeous and really caught my eye in the gallery!

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  7. WOW thanks everyone...
    Just a small added detail, kind of a funny side note.
    I used an image from a old botanical and natural history Illustration of a Death's Head Month. Mind you the Death's Head Moth does not have the same kind wings. Yet- I really love the story behind it and the coloring.
    Sorry for the complete side rant. Thanks for listening. lol
    xx
    Sarinda

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  8. Great use of what we learned in class!

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