Thanks so much for the kind words on my last pyramid card. They are super easy to do so here's the quickest tutorial on the face of the earth....
Here is what a sample pyramid sheet looks like. I'm not very computer savvy so I don't know how to make these sheets yet. The fabulous people over at the Circle of Crafters Card Making message board generously offer up these sheets. I definitely would like to learn how to do these myself though - a project for a rainy day I guess. This great sheet was created by Tracy Churchill.
You print off your sheet and then cut it up. I use my paper cutter except for the really tiny one. You then build a pyramid by layering the pictures on top of each other exactly where the picture lines up. I've seen these done with mounting tape in between each one if you want a large pyramid. So far I've only printed the pictures off on my cardstock and layered them with my double sided tape.
Once you make your pyramid, use it like any image block and design your card.
And here's my finished sample. The couple had that slight blue layer on the bottom layer so I tried to match that up with my blue cardstock. I have to say, I'm really liking this one. I find these colors very soothing together. The sentiment stamp is from Spunky Stamps.
It's vacation week so that means I'll either got a lot of crafting done or none at all!