Tiny Triangle Fun!

Hey Neat & Tangled fans! It's Rachel here today I can't wait to share my project with you. I love geometric patterns and when I saw the Tiny Triangles die I knew it would be a firm favorite for me. Now, be warned - this was a labor of love - but so worth it!

I started by die cutting the Tiny Triangles die from charcoal cardstock (even though it looks black in this photo). I then VERY PATIENTLY backed each triangle with patterned paper. Sometimes I chose to cover 2 triangles with one pattern of paper, and other times opting for a single triangle - it was a truly random mix of color and patterns. The back of this piece was a mess, but that's ok! 

I couldn't cope with covering any of this with a large sentiment, so I stamped '
Thinking of You' on vellum and heat embossed it with white. I used a 1 1/4" circle punch and stapled it in place. There is a rectangle of vellum behind the triangle panel as well. This entire piece was mounted with foam over a subtle piece of graphic patterned paper, which was embellished with some messy stitching along the top. 

That is all from me today. I hope you enjoyed this look at the Tiny Triangles die. I would love to see some examples of how you've put this die to use in your own creations! 

Thanks so much for stopping by today!


  1. Awesome card!!! All that effort was definitely worth it!!!! It looks great!!!!

  2. Great card! What a lot of work, but it sure turned out fun.

  3. Beautiful card Rachel!!!
    I feel the same way with many of the cards I make and struggle not to cover designs I like => thank you for sharing this clever idea to use vellum for the sentiment!!!

  4. Love it. The die is waiting for me at my folks' house. Can't wait to get it. I'm totally with you on not covering up beauty!


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