Introducing… Stencil Abstract Triangles & Birthday Wishes

Introducing… Stencil Abstract Triangles & Birthday Wishes


Welcome to Day 2 of our 7th Birthday & February 2019 Release product introductions. How fun & colourful was yesterday? It sure brightened up my Wednesday! If you missed it, you can catch up HERE.

I’m back again today with my guest designer and the design team to show you LOTS of inspiration! This time we are introducing a new Stencil Abstract Triangles & Birthday Wishes Clear Stamp Set. Hopefully you have hopped on over from the start HERE where I have introduced these 2 new products a little.

How about a closer look at the cards I have made using them…



I had this crazy idea to rainbow the Abstract Triangle stencil and I am glad I did as the results are FAB! I used my Altenew Inks for this as I have more colours to choose from and I didn’t want to repeat the colours too much. It was just a matter of masking off each triangle to apply the colour and move onto the next.


I trimmed my card to exactly 6 x 6 ” and place my stencil central, this left a nice border around the edge. I layered it onto a black card base and added the BIG & BOLD Happy die cuts & clear stamp sentiment to finish the design.

Next I used the same technique of placing my stencil to create a border down the vertical sides. This time I used Distress Oxide Inks and I trimmed my panel horizontal to create a slightly raised panel when adhered to my base card.



I added a slight sprite of water to the ink blending, added another of the sentiments from Birthday Wishes and a trio of Nuvo Gloss White Drops.


Lastly I have one more card using Birthday Wishes and to continue the rainbow theme I created a watercolour rainbow block panel for my sentiment to be stamped onto.


I used smooth watercolour card, an acrylic block & Zig Clean Color Brush Pens. I coloured my acrylic block with the Zigs in a rainbow format, spritzed them and also my panel of watercolored card and stamped it in place. I had a little ink movement as I lifted, but still the results were good.


I used my MISTI tool to stamp the sentiment as even though the watercolour card is smooth, it still took a couple of stamps to get a crisp image. The trio of circle stamps are from yesterdays BIG & BOLD Happy clear stamp set and I also added some colourful Nuvo Drops to their centres.

That’s all I have to share today using these products, but I know Ruth our Guest Designer this month along with the Design Team have SO much more to share with you.

Hop on by to see what Ruth has created HERE and this is the order of the hop following Ruth…

Also, don’t forget the enter the HUGE giveaway over HERE to WIN Stamps For A Year! If you need help entering the giveaway as you don’t have a blog or social media to link, send me an email and I will assist you 🙂


Thanks so much for stopping by & joining in on the 7th Birthday February Release fun 🙂



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Comments (13)

  • Steph Mortimer Reply

    I think the abstract stencil is great! x

    7th February 2019 at 8:29 am
  • Ishani Reply

    Lovely cards! That stencil is so cool and the Birthday sentiment is all I always thought should be with me, because that’s the exact sentiment I write inside my cards. Now, that is a must have for me!

    7th February 2019 at 9:50 am
  • Radhika Reply

    Lovely colorful cards with the triangle pattern stencil and bold sentiment

    7th February 2019 at 10:27 am
  • Jane Reply

    Wondered how you achieved such a crisp look to the first two cards – masking the triangles seems so obvious now I’ve read the post! All three cards are so very colourful and an absolute delight. Sure this stencil is going to sell big!

    7th February 2019 at 10:54 am
  • Sarah Reply

    Talk about ‘beating heart’ Bev I can’t swoon enough at the colours on these cards. Especially the first one – such crisp and clever inking and the BIG popped up Happy to to finish the look. Awesome cards as always x

    7th February 2019 at 12:48 pm
  • Julie B Reply

    These cards are so bright and breezy, love the new stencil and sentiment stamps. 🙂

    7th February 2019 at 4:27 pm
  • Jackie Elliott Reply

    I’m loving the shows off the stencil so well.

    7th February 2019 at 5:02 pm
  • carol Reply

    All the hearts for your rainbow showcases of this awesome stencil, Bev! Love the techniques…adding to my ‘must try’ list!
    PS. I am blessed to be on your DT! Words can’t express how honoured I am to be sharing your fabulous products with the crafting community!

    7th February 2019 at 10:28 pm
  • Karthikha Uday Reply

    What a lovely stencil and great cards!! The first 2 are so crisp and clean! 🙂

    8th February 2019 at 12:00 am
  • Vinita Jain Reply

    What beautiful presentations, absolutely love them!

    8th February 2019 at 3:34 am
  • Izzy Reply

    Colours, colours & colours everywhere ! You made my day with this bright post and gorgeous cards. I’m tired to see this grey and cold weather so to see these abstract triangles in so many different colours brightens my day ! Love this stencil, it is perfect to make masculine cards (always so hard for me to do !). You’re a genius ! Hugs x

    8th February 2019 at 8:28 am
  • Linda Walmsley Reply

    A gorgeous rainbow of colours. This stencil looks fab whatever colours you use ….. I love it!!

    8th February 2019 at 12:37 pm
  • Lindsey Reply

    Some wonderful different backgrounds Bev. I do like the multi-coloured stenciled background with the crisp happy die set. Gorgeous (as always!) xx

    16th February 2019 at 12:54 pm

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