Saturday, November 26, 2011

Lovely as a Tree Split Negative

First—this is my favorite Stampin’ Up set of all times—I adore using Lovely as a Tree on so many types of cards!  I also like to use the technique called split negative—here is the link
It is great with this specific image—it works well with black and white as well as shades of brown, orange, tans, greens, etc.

Image/Sentiment—Stampin’ Up Lovely as a Tree, Cute & Curly

Cardstock—Stampin’ Up Basic Black, Whisper White, Basic Gray

InkVersamark; SU Basic Gray

Accessories—Black and white Embossing Powder; Black/White Polka Dot Ribbon; Curly Label Punch



Fantastic card! I may need to give this technique a try!


love that technique Barb! Beautiful :)

Cindy Haffner


Carolina Little

Very cool technique Barb. I should try it, it looks very pretty!!!


Nicely done. I have never seen that technique!


I've seen this technique...haven't tried it. The way you've done it is absolutely stunning!! Also one of my favorite sets, but I don't use it as often as I thought.

Carol W

Holy Hannah girlfriend...this is absolutely STUNNING!!!! goodness is this amazing...I've never tried this technique but it is a show stopper.....Great Job!!!

Diane Clark-Sutton

This set never gets old. You card is stunning in black and white.