This humble geometric shape is getting the spotlight these days, and we love seeing how the trend is being interpreted by papercrafters! Today we're taking a look at how we're seeing triangles pop up in projects.
(Don't forget our Gardener's Digest Blog Hop workshop giveaway is still open!)
KJ Starre's pattern of triangles not only serves as a striking background, but a reinforcer of the "ups and downs" she journals about on her layout. A line of stitching and a composition made up of columns ties multiple patterns and colors together.
Each triangle gets a stitched border on this layout by Cindy Tobey; I love that she's left some open too. This is also a great way to use up scrap pieces!
You can make triangles tall and skinny or short and wide, like on this card by jbarksdale.
Get colorful for another twist on repeating triangles. Milkcan put a mask to work to get this effect.
Finally, Allison Waken let this trend stand all on its own. No patterned paper. No embellishments. Just one stunning page!
Wanting even more? Follow our board on Pinterest! Our buyer, Kristina, has begun to curate these boards following the different trends we're seeing. Enjoy!
Today at Two Peas:
* A new batch of Garden Girl projects went live!
* Earth Day Digital Sale (we're celebrating the day after Earth Day - why not spread the love for our world?! :)