Paige Evans here today to show you how to create a fun triangle-pieced layout!
Hambly Studios supplies: Patterned paper, patterned transparencies, patterned vellum, stickers (bird, butterfly, label, leaf), washi tape
Create an equilateral triangle template and print it out, cut it out, trace it onto thick chipboard, and cut out the chipboard triangle to use as a stencil. Or, you can always use a die cut machine! The triangle I made is about 2".
Trim the photos you want to use into triangles.
Cut about 50 patterned paper, patterned transparency, and patterned vellum triangles. Flip over some of the papers to reveal the solid colored backside.
Arrange all the paper and photo triangles across a white cardstock background. Move pieces around and take away a few triangles to make a little "white space".
Glue all the triangles in place then trim any excess. Pop up three of the photos using dimensional adhesive. Straight stitch around the solid colored triangles for interest and depth.
Finish decorating the layout by adding a letter stickers title on pieces of washi tape, writing journaling in one of the open spots, placing a few stickers here and there, and adding a few embellishments as shown.
Hope you enjoyed learning how to make this layout!