Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Amazing Triangles

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I created quite a few cards featuring the Triangle STAX Die-namics, Anything-but-Basic Friendship stamp set, and Friend Duo Die-namics. I am sharing three of them with you here today. I have to tell you that I got seriously inky creating these cards. I made a HUGE mess, but I loved every minute of it!


I used six sheets of Yupo paper, and I used rainbow colored Alcohol Inks on each one. 

Red - Crimson, Poppyfield, and Watermelon
Orange - Sunset Orange, Valencia
Yellow - Dandelion, Lemonade, and Sunshine Yellow
Green - Botanical, Citrus, Limeade
Blue - Aquamarine, Patina
Purple - Raspberry, Wild Plum, and Purple Twilight

Once the sheets were dry, I die-cut a ton of triangles out of each one. I mentioned this tip the other day, when I die-cut sheets of alcohol ink, I place a piece of copy paper on top of them. This will catch any excess ink that may be on the card stock and it will stop the ink from staining your dies. Once everything was cut, I got to work creating abstract rainbows.


I stamped a sentiment from the Anything-but-Basic Friendship stamp set on each card.




Thank you so much for joining me all week. I hope we have inspired you to create something amazing! Be sure to check out the MFT Blog to see all the fantastic creations the design team has created to share with you. Don't forget to comment for your chance to win a gift voucher.

51 comments:

  1. Stunning use of alcohol inks...and the triangle dies complete the pair! Thanks for the tip on sandwiching some paper when die cutting!

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  2. WHA!?!? How did you do those triangles! You are so good at alcohol inks! #jealous!

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  3. Gorgeous and super vibrant! Love these cards a lot!! <3

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  4. Alcohol ink and triangles so cute!

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  5. SQUEAL!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE the New Release Products and ALL of the AMAMZING Inspiration you've shared this week!! Your Alcohol Triangle Cards are AWESOME!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

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  6. Those triangles are so bright and gorgeous! Love love love!

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  7. The cards are so bold and beautiful! I really love them!

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  8. Scrumptious colors! Love these beautiful cards!

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  9. Beautiful cards! The alcohol inks really take the triangles from basic to amazing!

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  10. Those colors are so bold and vibrant!

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  11. I love your style... beautiful card!

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  12. I love all three of them! same technique, three totally different cards.

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  13. Lovely! I love the bold colors.

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  14. Lovely, bright cards! A great use of alcohol inks and the triangle dies. These are real eye-catchers!

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  15. Wow! Love your gorgeous and super cool cards!!!

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  16. Love how you made and used the triangles.

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  17. I just love all the bold and bright colors on these!

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  18. These cards are so fun! I love the triangles :)

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  19. Wowsers!!! These are truly amazing. I really need to jump on the alcohol inks bandwagon and buy some!!

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  20. Gorgeous - I love the bright, bold colors!

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  21. These vibrant colours are like jewels! Brilliant cards!

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  22. lovely card - the colors just POP:)

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  23. Thanks for the tip Julie, I love the abstract designs!

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  24. Those triangles looked so textured. Very cool effect. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  25. gorgeous designs and colors!

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  26. Those triangles with those alcohol inks. AMAZING!

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  27. Wonderful alcohol triangles on your cute cards!

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  28. Julie, all I can say is WOW! You’ve created truly AMAZING cards with the alcohol technique and the new release products. I can’t stop staring.

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  29. These triangles make me think of the little plastic see-through shapes that I played with in elementary school. :) Beautiful card!

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  30. Great designs and so colorful!

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  31. Indeed to get some yuppo paper and play with my older alcohol inks. I love the placement of the triangles.

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  32. I can't believe how beautiful these colors are on that Yupo paper. So stunning.

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  33. Beautiful card. Love the alcohol colours you paired together on your card :)

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  34. I love how you colored the triangles. Absolutely fabulous!

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  35. Excellent design and brilliant colors!

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  36. Love the triangle cards you made so artsy

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  37. Fabulous cards! I love the alcohol inked triangles!

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  38. Absolutely AWESOME cards! Thanks for your inspiration.

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  39. I love these cards! Alcohol inks are so fun to play with and look fantastic.

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  40. Ooo, I saw the top one on the sneak peeks and I thought "YESSSSS! That's perfect!" That's great you were able to make a series of them using the alcohol ink pages you made. I particularly like how you layered the inks such that there's an illusion that the triangles are lit internally. You did a great job finding the perfect bit of paper to cut out for each triangle. Thanks so much for sharing; I love graphic cards like this!

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  41. Beautiful geometric style in a rainbow palette. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  42. I am officially in love with these triangles.
    syeda
    syeda_lubabah@hotmail.com

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  43. the coloured effects on the triangles are fantastic!

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  44. Awesome cards! The colors are fabulous.

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