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Sun, Jan 31


Online Event via Zoom

Personal Power Cards

Call them wishing cards, affirmation cards, altar cards, or oracle cards—the intention you place as you create your card is powered by you. Easily integrated into your current decks or as a stand alone card; it is up to you. This card is about YOUR personal iconography.

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Personal Power Cards
Personal Power Cards

Time & Location

Jan 31, 2021, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Online Event via Zoom

About the Event

A snarling bear may represent fear for one person and personal power for another. A mountain may bring feelings of accomplishment thinking of having made your way to the summit, or it may bring feelings of big obstacles yet to climb. 

Personal iconography is charged with personal power. Symbols and imagery hold power because we believe in their power and the meaning we have assigned them. 

When creating powerful personal imagery, it’s not about images of what you want to have, or images someone tells you are powerful. It’s about using images and symbols that bring forth feelings and emotions in you. This is an invitation to trust your higher self and connect with your inner creative flow.

Who Should Take This Class?

All skill levels welcome; this a safe space in a small group setting to experiment with collage, mixed media, concepts in spacial layout, color, and utilizing imagery as a catalyst for growth and transformation.

Here's an opportunity to experiment and try your hand at a new craft.


You’ll leave with a new skill, ignited creativity, new community, insight, expanded vision, and a beautiful handmade card that's uniquely yours. 

To create a more intimate space, spots are limited

Suggested Materials:

  1. A Quiet Space as free of distractions as possible
  2. Heavyweight Paper: One of the following watercolor paper, card stock, poster, old holiday card, cereal box, etc
  3. Collage Materials: I.e magazines, ads, old birthday/holiday cards, wrapping paper, old books, printed images, stickers, stamps, lace, fabric, buttons, yarn, glitter, washi tape, ribbon
  4. Glue: Anytype of glue of gluestick will do, but "YES! Paste" is my favorite, or modge podge and a paint brush
  5. Scissors: regular or scrapbook 
  6. Paper: A couple pieces of scrap paper or a journal
  7. Writing Utensils: Pens, pencils, markers, etc

Your Guides: Elizabeth Palmisano

Charlotte artist and author, Elizabeth Palmisano, is best known in the community for creating art that promotes healing, fosters inclusiveness, and broadens perspective and vision. The totality of her work is through the lens and light of honor, compassion, and possibility, and this is the space she invites you into.


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