Friday 26 March 2021

Treasured medallion split negative card

I'm still on a roll using the Stampin' Up! Treasured Medallion stamp set.  This time I combined it with the split negative technique.

Angela Lovel, Angela's PaperArts: Stampin Up Treasured Medallion split negative card

I also used the True Love Designer Series Paper to co-ordinate with the black & white split negative focal image.  I taught how to make this card in my online class this month. While the class kit has sold out, the class itself is still available if you'd like learn how to make this style card and use your own supplies. Please contact me for details if interested in this or my regular monthly papercrafting classes. 

You also don't have to use a symmetrical shape for this technique.  You can use any focal stamp to create this effect.  Here's an example of where I've used the Stampin' Up! Delicate Petals floral image and instead of white heat embossing, I've stamped in the sadly retired Delicata Silver metallic ink to get a similar effect. While the split negative image doesn't quite 'pop' as well as using white embossing powder on the Basic Black cardstock, it is still effective. 

All the supplies used to make this card are listed below. Simply click on the link to see all the details in my online store. 

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