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Mayuri here to share a card using the Triangle Pattern Builder and Art Deco sets;-)

©Candles in the Garden. Neat and Tangled June 2017 - Triangle Pattern Builder

There are so many different ways you could use the Triangle Pattern Builder set, and I opted to go for a simple, geometric look for my background panel. I began by choosing a colour palette, ranging from a light blue through to a dark purple.

©Candles in the Garden. Neat and Tangled June 2017 - Triangle Pattern Builder

Starting with the lightest shade of ink (light blue), I stamped the largest triangle from the set onto a panel of white cardstock. Then I took a slightly darker shade (cyan) and a slightly smaller triangle image from the set, and stamped over the first impressions.

©Candles in the Garden. Neat and Tangled June 2017 - Triangle Pattern Builder

I repeated this step a couple more times, each time with a darker shade of ink and a smaller triangle - the end result was definitely worth the effort, however, I felt like it needed another layer...so I stamped the large background image from Art Deco on top of the whole pattern in the light blue shade of ink.

©Candles in the Garden. Neat and Tangled June 2017 - Triangle Pattern Builder

I trimmed the panel down to the same size as my card base and the stamped part of the sentiment onto it with black dye ink. The rest of the sentiment was stamped onto a strip of black cardstock with Versamark ink, sprinkled with white embossing powder and heat set.

©Candles in the Garden. Neat and Tangled June 2017 - Triangle Pattern Builder

To finish, I adhered the panel down to a card base and foam mounted the heat embossed sentiment to the front, along with a few sequins from the Fairy Garden Mix and the Ocean Waves Mix.

Thanks for stopping by!

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