I started with a burgundy card, a piece of black paper and a mottled gold wall paper sample. I stamped a flourish design in black Versafine ink on each of them.
I stamped on a texture stamp and a swirl stamp with gold Brilliance ink on the wall paper sample and the black paper.
I cut these into 1" wide strips. Choose 3 black and 2 gold strips to use in this card and ran them through a xyron sticker maker.
Working with one strip at a time, I ran a squiggly line of hot glue down the strip. While the glue is hot, used the corner of an old credit card to create varied texture in the glue.
Once each strip had a glue squiggle, colored them with bronze metallic mixaives, using dried mixative and a waterbrush filled with Alcohol Blending solution. Nancy used metallic rub ons to color her glue, but I didn't have any of those.
If I do this again, I think I'd use a regular glue gun, instead of the low temp glue gun. I think the lower temp glue dries too quickly. It doesn't give enough time to play with creating texture in the glue before it cools off.