Stampin’ Up To a Wild Rose Split Negative Technique Video Tutorial

July 24, 2019

I played around with a neat technique on this card. Another great way to use my Stamparatus!

It is called a Split Negative Technique usually done with white embossing powder on a colored background but this time, I used two colors of ink on two colors of cardstock.

Here is a video of how easy it is to make one…

or two…as you can see!

Measurements:
Card Base: 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ scored at 4-1/4″ on the 8-1/2″ side
Mango border panel on front: 4″ x 5-1/4″
Thick Whisper White and Coastal Cabana stamped panels: 3-3/4″ x 5″,
After stamping the panels, cut both of the panels into two pieces at the same time where you find it works well with the image you used. Then match up the opposite images.

Thanks for buzzing by, friends…

 

 

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4 comments

  1. Loved the vid. Were you stamping on a folding table. Seemed shaky to me. Love ya, Kaye

    On Wed, Jul 24, 2019 at 12:04 AM Cindy Lee Bee Designs wrote:

    > cindyleebee posted: “July 24, 2019 I played around with a neat technique > on this card. Another great way to use my Stamparatus! It is called a Split > Negative Technique usually done with white embossing powder on a colored > background but this time, I used two colors of ink” >

    1. Thank you, Kaye. No, it is a solid desk but as I said in the video, when making a video, the demo is in an awkward position and sometimes you will get some wonky stuff like a bit of shaky from how I am standing and putting pressure on my table. Hope you were not too dizzy…next time have a glass of wine while watching and blame it on that:)XOXO

  2. Love your ideas, thank you for sharing, I do have a question, how do we go about getting a holiday catalog that is coming out in September? Thank you.

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