©Candles in the Garden. Neat and Tangled November 2018 Release. Triangle Box Dies.

Neat & Tangled November Release, Day 1

Hello everyone!

Welcome to the start of November release week for Neat & Tangled!

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Day 1 is for the Triangle Box Dies  and Gift Card Box Christmas Sentiments – here’s my card:

©Candles in the Garden. Neat and Tangled November 2018 Release. Triangle Box Dies.

I had so much fun playing with the Triangle Box Dies, but knew that I only wanted to use the different sized triangle dies for my card. This is a very graphic, clean and simple card and you can easily use up your pattern paper scraps to create a whole card set if you like!

©Candles in the Garden. Neat and Tangled November 2018 Release. Triangle Box Dies.

I hunted round for some inky scraps along with a sheet of metallic grey cardstock and used the dies to die-cut the triangles. I looked on Pinterest for some inspiration to help me come up with a layout for my triangle cluster, and simply adhered some straight down onto my card base, while foam mounting others.

©Candles in the Garden. Neat and Tangled November 2018 Release. Triangle Box Dies.

I then stamped a sentiment from the Gift Card Box Christmas Sentiments set with Versamark Onyx Black ink.

©Candles in the Garden. Neat and Tangled November 2018 Release. Triangle Box Dies.

To finish, I added some sequins.

Pop by the Neat & Tangled blog to see what the rest of the DT has created – all the sets that we are showcasing this week will be released on Friday, 9 November at 8am EST in the shop!

Thanks for stopping by 😉

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20 thoughts on “Neat & Tangled November Release, Day 1

  1. beccab33324 says:

    I’m not usually a huge fan of geometric designs, but I love this. Love how
    you made each triangle; very pretty!

  2. Dana M says:

    Super fun and graphic card! Love the clean design and what a wonderful way to use those amazing backgrounds we all love to make.

  3. Denise Mlady says:

    Great use for the dies, I like when there are more uses for a product. And you used up a lot of extra pieces. I keep so many scraps – thanks for a fun idea to use them.

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