Friday, October 28, 2011

Aluminum Words

 One of my Texas finds was a aluminum printing plate, it is thin and easy to cut and I knew it had endless possibilities. Last night I finished this bracelet. I think it offers a lot visually and is so super lightweight. 
I plan on making some earrings as well and thinking of making some rolled beads from the aluminum, I will let you know how that goes.

Hope everyone is well and stocked up on candy for all of the tricksters! 

10 comments:

  1. Very interesting. I've never seen such a thing. Your bracelet is lovely. I like the contrast between the antique brass and the aluminum.

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  2. Very Pretty!!! I also have never seen a printing plate like that, and would have never thought of the possibilities.
    Have a great weekend

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  3. Aww, you just get better and better. I love the way you've layered printing plate with other materials. Well done.

    To heck with laying in provisions for the tricksters, which we've done. It's cold here. Like 40 degree cold. The heat is on. I think we need to lay in a winter stock for ourselves.

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  4. You are so creative!!! Love this look!

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  5. What a wonderful design...just beautiful.

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  6. Love how you framed the pieces. But is is really a printing plate? Shouldn't the text be backwards then? Whatever - the bracelet is great, love the text behind the buttons.

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  7. I have never heard of these aluminum printing plates, they look gorgeous.
    The bracelet looks great, great work!

    Ambra

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  8. Your imagination is amazing..can you share some of that..wow!! Love your bracelet!!Hugs,Cat

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  9. Judy, I always enjoy seeing your latest...you truly come up with the most unique designs! This is such a pretty bracelet! Keep us posted on the rolled beads.

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  10. Delicious!!! Fantastic use of an aluminum plate for sure - I have never heard of such a thing - beautiful bracelet!

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