Saturday, December 29, 2012

Horse Frontier - Split Negative Technique

I got the most wonderful present for Christmas - a bread maker.  Already I have made (and almost easten) a raisin/cinnamon loaf of bread, and currently have a basic bread loaf baking.  Can you smell it cooking?  That's the most wonderful smell in the whole world!
We got another dumping of snow last night and its still snowing.  My son went out to shovel first thing this morning, and when he came in the house he said:"Mmmm!  It's smells like bread in here" and he immediately dove into a piece.
So, while I was making this card, a loaf of bread is being made.
The technique I used for this card is the split negative technique again. It's a different approach than the Valentine card I did a couple of days ago. The advantage this time is that I get to make 2 cards at the same time.  So, I'll show you both versions.

Stamps: Horse Frontier, Petite Pairs
Inks: Versa Mark, Black Stazon
Papers: Basic Black, Whisper White
Accessories: Back Embossing powder, White embossing powder, 1/8" Marina Mist taffeta ribbon, Small oval punch, 1 3/4 by 7/8" oval punch, rhinestones, buttons
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