Positively Negative – My challenge is for you to create 2 different images, one light and one dark, then cut them in half and connect the POSITIVE and the NEGATIVE together. Confused? Read on, it will all become clear.
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Here is my First Example
As you can see, I stamped the feather from the Gina K Designs stamp set Fine Feathers on white card stock with Gina K Designs Blue Lagoon Ink. Then I stamped it again on Blue Lagoon card stock with Versamark and heat embossed with white powder. I then cut each image in half and attached the positive (white card stock) to the negative (Blue Lagoon) card stock. The patterned paper is from Gina K Designs Here Comes the Sun patterned paper pack. For more information on this card, you can visit my BLOG.
Must be a NEW card/project as of the challenge start date
You may use any vendors products to be eligible to win
You must follow the challenge theme
Include a link back to this challenge page
You may enter our challenge 3 times (unique entries not variations of same card)
You may enter as many challenges as you like
Challenge ends on following Tuesday at 12 noon EST
Winner must send mailing address to Joyce before the following challenge.
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EXTRA ENTRY CLARIFICATION:
Week 1, if you use a STV image you get extra entry (MSC)
Week 2, if you use a Power Poppy image you get extra entry (MSC)
Week 3, if you use a KSS image you get extra entry (MSC)
Week 4, if you do the TECHNIQUE portion of challenge you get extra entry (MSC)
Week 5 No extra entry
Instructions for adding MSC are HERE
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