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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… Continue reading Split Negative Technique with Beautiful You and VIDEO

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More Split Negative Technique Variations with VIDEO

A few weeks ago, I showcased the Split Negative Technique. Today I have another sample for you. This one has the split diagonally - perfect for this image. Tips: In the sample, I used Whisper White cardstock with Silver Embossing Powder and Gray Granite cardstock with White Embossing Powder.  Supplies: Stamp Sets: Mediterranean Moments, Beautiful… Continue reading More Split Negative Technique Variations with VIDEO

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Split Negative Technique Variations with VIDEO

The Split Negative Technique has been around for a long time. It creates a WOW effect for very little effort. Today, I am bringing back the technique with some variations - and a video too! The standard split negative divides the image in half vertically as in this sample. ... but you can easily split… Continue reading Split Negative Technique Variations with VIDEO

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Technique Tuesday: Split Negative

This month I am showing you the Split Negative Technique. It may look complicated but it isn't, and it produces a stunning finish. The detailed instructions are for the most basic card [which I think looks great]. At the end I will give some short points on how to create some more complicated versions. You… Continue reading Technique Tuesday: Split Negative