Today’s triangle card is a bit more modern and contemporary.
Red cardstock triangles burnished with Fired Brick Distress ink lend a splash of color and highlight the stamped images.
A combination of Spellbinders Circle Nestabilities creates an elevated focal point for the sentiment and tandem bicycle.
- Score vertical lines on the front left edge of a 4 x 5 ½-inch white card.
- Cut one small and one large triangle from red cardstock and burnish with Fired Brick Distress Ink. Stamp tire tracks with black Memento ink. Adhere the triangles to a 3 ¾ x 4 3/8-inch piece of white cardstock with dimensional foam.
- Stamp sentiment with black ink in the lower right corner.
- Attach the mat to the front of the prepared card with dimensional foam.
- Create a dimensional circle embellishment with Circle Nestabilities and stamp the sentiment with black ink. Layer the circle components with dimensional foam.
- Ink the bicycle with black pigment ink and heat emboss with clear powder. Trim the image and layer over the circle with dimensional foam.
- Attach the circle embellishment over the points of the triangles with dimensional foam.
- Accent card with crystal gems.
Thank you for joining me this week. Have fun using triangles in your cards!
Penny Black Stamps: Together Always 40-053
Penny Black "Mix & Match" Cardstock: Fall Festival 16-003
Tsukineko: Onyx Black VersaFine, Tuxedo Black Memento Ink
Ranger: Fired Brick Distress Ink, Super Fine Detail Clear Embossing Powder
Spellbinders: Standard Circle Nestabilities (Sm S4-116 and Lg S4-114)
3M Scotch: Dimensional Foam Tape
Mark Richards: Crystal Sticker Elements