Hi friends! Today I am playing along with the Twofer Challenge, which is Geometric.
The geometric shape I am using is (obviously) triangles. I posted this card on Sunday, and you can go to the post and find the details here (along with a photo of a triangular shaped building in NYC). This card was made with the 'smooshing' technique, and is an anniversary card for friends. I had intended to post the Twofer the following day, but you know how life sometimes gets in the way...
A few days later, here is card #2, which is for my nephews birthday. I think this one is a little more masculine, and this time I watercolored the panels of triangles, to show a bit more definition to the shapes. I used only one black watercolor, and varied the dilution to create different shades. I also Twofer'd the sentiment stamps and dies, and did I mention this background stamp was also NBUS?!
I love the shine on this one, with the gold embossing and foil sentiment.
... and here's my Twofer photo!
Triangles Wishes- card details here
Stamp Sets: Abstract Triangles, Sending and Wishing (Simon Says Stamp)
Card Stock: Smooth Watercolor (Bristol), Basic Black, Gold Foil (Stampin Up)
Ink Pads: Versamark
Tools: Heat Tool, Big Shot, Sending and Wishing Dies (Simon Says Stamp)
Accessories: Gold Embossing Powder (Hero Arts), Enamel Dots (Doodlebug), Gansai Tambi Watercolors (Kuretake)
Thanks for taking the time to pay me a visit today!
Inky hugs :)