Today’s card features the split negative technique, and it’s a wonderful idea to also create a card that celebrates equality, diversity, mixed relationships, and adoption. It’s good to say these things out loud, from every side, and particularly from those who have had a life of relative privilege.
I’ve used a very special stamp set here, Beautiful Moments. It’s one that I had the honour of inspiring. It’s a celebration of sisters, daughters, aunts, nieces, grandmothers, mothers, and best friends.
I stamped the girls in opposite colours, which can be a neat stamping technique, but can also be a wonderful card for any relationships with mixed race, including adoption.
The words are from the Rooted in Nature stamp set, and are excellent words for any sort of celebration or encouragement. I’ve also used these on a scrapbooking page.
Click here for a complete supply list to recreate this card. You can remove any items you don’t need. Please watch the video below to see how to do the Split Negative Technique.
I’m sure you can find many occasions to use these beautiful images, too!
Please enjoy this short video on the Split Negative Technique, and please subscribe while you are there! Thank you!
Thank you for stopping by my stamping studio today! ~ Jacque Williams