Split Triangle card front

The Split Triangle card front initially looks like it would be difficult to make. But, if you can cut the triangles ahead of the class, it is a quick and easy card to assemble. This card doesn’t take a lot of materials. And who doesn’t love a puzzle!

Split Triangle panel card using Petal Park stamps and punch

The 4″ x 5 1/4″ white panel is cut from the middle of the left side to the top corner and then to the bottom corner. Then, the large triangle is cut on the right 1/3 from the top and 1/3 from the bottom. The circle, flowers and sprigs are all punched from scraps. This makes it an easy and quick card to complete. Two of the triangles were stamped to make them look like we used patterned paper. The punched out florals are colored using only a blender pen that pulls the color right from the ink you stamp the florals with. Everything is adhered down flat, and only the punched florals are popped up on dimensional. I think I’ll be trying this Split Triangle card front more often for the interest it provides.

At the time of this post, the stamp set and punch used in this card can be found at my online store. However, the stamp set will be retiring at the end of April ’24.

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