Two Face/Negative Split| Embossing Technique

Happy Saturday Crafty Peeps!

I wanted to show off some really cute cards using a technique split negative. Before I realized what the name of this was actually called I dubbed it two faced cards or Ying Yang. I think all three work!

I showed my DanYellScraps VIP private facebook group this first! We did all black and white cards. Then I showed this to the Let's Flock Together facebook group! This time I stepped it up a notch and showed them how to do other colors, and to use versamark ink with their NON-pigment ink pads to create an embossed image <---- ---="" cool="" right="" super="">  Watch the tutorial here below, then keep scrolling for close up pictures and supplies used! 

Supplies used:
Stamps: fly by greetings, Mighty Oak, and the May SOTM.
Paper: Eggplant, Bluebird, &white daisy cardstock.
Ink: Blue Bird, Eggplant, & Versamark ink.
Embossing Powder: ranger brand - White and Clear extra fine.
Paper trimmer
Card bases & Envelopes

Additional supplies used:
Craft foam
Stamp platform

While you are shopping for your supplies do not forget one of your stamps is the May Stamp of the Month. This where all of my sentiments for the cards came from!
May 2020: Time to Celebrate, Spend $50 and get this Stamp of the Month set for just $5.

Here are two more inspirational ideas for using this stamp set! I love those butterflies.

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Find all the details about this workshop and shop my E-files for more HERE!

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