Monday, January 19, 2015

Quick Video Tip: Negative Spotlight Tutorial & Love is Kindness Card

I've had a lot of questions about the Lovely as a Tree card that I posted last week, so I thought I would make a quick video to show you how to do the Negative Spotlight technique. The secret is that there are two pieces of cardstock. In other words, I didn't magically stamp the image perfectly on the layer underneath! I stamped it on a small piece, lined it up under the window and then layered it on the same color cardstock. Check out the video tutorial below and it will make more sense!

Here's a new card I created with the same technique using the Love is Kindness stamp from the Occasions Catalog.
Stampin' Up! Love is Kindness Card + Negative Spotlighting Video Tutorial #stampinup #occasions www.juliedavison.com
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Check out this quick video and learn how to do the Negative Spotlight Technique:
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4 comments:

Kim said...

Great technique Julie! In going to use this technique for my next card class.

Barbara Felece said...

Thanks for taking the time Julie!

Carol Carriveau said...

Sooo wonderfully easy....big thank you for the video Julie...I learn easier by watching how something is done.... GORGEOUS cards...will definitely CASE the tulip one since I won the stamp and blendies at the catalog premier!

MarvA1ix said...

such and interesting card, and I love your video showing the technique so some of us dummies don't have to figure it out :)