Tuesday, June 8, 2010

23 Triangles

 
Here are some cards from my Triple Threat class last week. We used my Cloisonne Triangle set of stamps. Although the there was a lot of cutting to do, the triangles are easy to cut out. Here's how to make the card you see at bottom center. Stamp and emboss one large triangle and one small triangle with copper embossing powder on a piece of black cardstock. Stamp one large triangle onto a piece of light olive green cardstock. Cut each triangle out leaving a small edge of black showing around each one. Glue the black triangle onto a piece of white cardstock. Position the light green triangle above the black triangle as shown and glue in place. Glue the small triangle to another area of the white cardstock. Cut out the large diamond comprised of the two triangles. Leave a little border of white around the diamond. Cut out the small triangle leaving a border of white. Glue the diamond shape to the front of a folded black card. Use some dimensional foam tape to attach the small triangle to the diamond as shown. I finished my card with small pearls of copper using a Viva-Decor Copper Pearl Pen. These pens in ten different colors will be available to purchase from my online catalog soon. Enjoy!
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7 comments:

cgl1539 said...

THese are so gorgeous and that diamond triangle card looked hard till you explained it. Great job on these.

Theresa Lee said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE those papers!!!!!!!!

PeggyG said...

Wow! These are amazing!

Aprilpzzl said...

Michael, you are so amazing. Thanks for all the inspiration!

Muggy2 said...

Ohhhhhhhhhhh, to be able to take such a class from you and to be able to come home with these beautiful cards!

sandyh said...

i would love to have another class with you! maybe some day...
these are fabulous cards! i'll have to get out my triangles and play!
sandyh

AnnetteD said...

Absolutely love the papers and everything you do.