How to make this card and tag
Create beautiful images with the split negative stamping technique and pretty, intricate stamps
Split negative stamping has been around for a while and is a great technique that enables you to do something a little different with stamps of both detailed and simple designs.
Although the technique works really well in black and white, it also has a great effect when using other colours of card and inks. The key to getting an image that will really have a good impact is to try to make sure the card colours and ink colours you use are as close to a match as possible. This will then create what should look like a seamless transfer from the positive to the negative when the stamped images are matched up.
For this set of cards, I used a range of Claritystamps to create split negative toppers, including detailed designs made from floral patterns, and simpler images with stronger outlines.