Linear Triangle Paper Weaving | By Dilay Nacar

Hello, friends!

Dilay here and today, I’m sharing an unconventional (but super fun) way to use the brand new Linear Triangle die! The moment I saw this die, I envisioned a card that incorporated it with paper weaving, and this is what I created!

To begin, I picked out a few of my favorite cardstock colors and die cut them using the Linear Triangle die. I did the same with white cardstock, then using a simple paper weaving technique, I weaved the colored cardstock strips through the white triangle.

While weaving, I made sure to keep the strips evenly spaced and straight and once completely woven, I used glue to secure the ends of the strip to the white triangle.

After allowing it to dry, I trimmed off the overhang then adhered the triangles onto an A2-sized panel using thin foam adhesive.

For the sentiment, I die cut the Big Friend Sugar Script Die, twice in white cardstock and once in gold then die cut the shadow die in heavyweight vellum. I stacked all of the layers together then adhered them to the center of the panel with liquid glue. 

For the sub-sentiment, I used the ‘I miss your face’ stamp from the new Crystal Lingo clear stamp set, heat embossing it in gold then adhering it under the main sentiment with a foam square. 

I hope that you enjoyed my card today! I love using dies in different ways, and this die was just perfect to use with paper weaving. I hope you’re inspired to try it out too! Wishing everyone a wonderful day!

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