Split Negative Technique with Beautiful You and VIDEO

For my last post of 2018, I have the perfect card using the Split Negative Technique.

Tips:

  • This technique can be used to create the art panel on many different angles. You can check out other designs here.
  • Supplies:
    • Stamp Set: Beautiful You
    • Cardstock: Thick Very Vanilla, Very Vanilla, Soft Suede, Blushing Bride, Blushing Bride Designer Series Paper
    • Ink: Versamark, Soft Suede
    • Accessories: White Embossing Powder, Copper Embossing Powder, Dimensionals, Stamparatus

… the inside

  • There are two ways of creating this technique:
    • The easiest is to use the Stamparatus to stamp the entire image over both panels at the same time. Check out how to do this in the video.
    • The second way is to stamp full images on both pieces of cardstock and cut them on the same angle. This can be a little tricky lining up the angle and the image on each colour. I much prefer to use the Stamparatus.

Check out my YouTube video for more details.

Happy New Year to all. I look forward to providing you with more papercrafting inspiration in 2019.


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ONLY A FEW MORE DAYS TO GO: The Year-End Closeout sale is now on. Click on the picture below to get your favourites from the Holiday Catalogue before they disappear on 2 January 2019 – while supplies last.

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