Try something a little bit different, easy, and quite striking on your next card front: the Split Negative Technique! Use images you already have for a totally different effect:
I’ve create a simple layout to showcase the Split Negative Technique, but you can embellish it up even more, too. The Field of Flowers bundle is the star of the show with its bold images and small, small flower punch.
Black and White is always a classic combination, especially with a splash of a vivid colour, like the Mango Melody above.
How To Create the Split Negative Technique:
- Cut Two Identical Pieces of Cardstock in Two Contrasting Colors
- Stamp an Image on Both Pieces of Cardstock
You could use the same color of ink on both, or use the opposing ink color (black on white, and white on black, for example). A Stamparatus or other stamp positioner is very helpful to get the images in exactly the same place on both pieces.
- Cut Both Pieces of Cardstock in the Same Place
It may be helpful to cut them both at once, as shown in the video.
- Match Up the Opposite Pieces
Match one half to the other half of the contrasting cardstock to complete the look.
Watch the short tutorial video below to see this technique process:
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Click here for a complete supply list of the Field of Flowers Split Negative project. You can remove any supplies you don’t need from the list.
Thanks for stopping by my stamping studio today! ~ Jacque Williams