I've ventured out of my work bubble to share my card for this week's Daring Cardmakers Challenge that has been set by Leo.
We've been challenged to create our own geometric print - and not rely on patterned paper to do the job for us.
Well, after much pondering I finally found a triangle stamp in my stamp stets (I really do need to invest in that fab SOHCAHTOA stamp set from Altenew or the Scandinavian prints Christmas set by Neat and Tangled which Laura Fedora has used to great effect.
But in their absence the triangle I used came from an old Papertrey Ink Christmas set. :D
Here's what I made with the aid of the MISTI for straighter positioning than I will ever achieve freestyle!
Other: 3D foam tape, MISTI, inks listed below
You can see a bit of the dimension here. Sadly Bazzill Cardshoppe card was not the best idea for this project - I really should have stuck with a smoother cardstock for the stamping as some of the inks just didn't take well to the card and were still splotchy the next day. It was my Adirondack inks, which aren't the easiest to ink stamps with on the MISTI - cubes are much easier, but they were the shades I was after and I didn't have anything else that close...
But hey ho, my lovely birthday die from MFT had it's first outing and I used some "neutral" cardstock that wasn't white/cream/grey for a change - this is actually a charcoal brown shade of Bazzill Cardshoppe and I love it for a bit of contrast.
Triangles look to have been a popular theme with the design team - go check out all the fab inspiration here.