Growing In Unity Day 4 ~ Negative Effects

TECHNIQUE: Negative Cuttlebug Effect





You can find this technique written instructions on SplitCoastStampers
HERE
along with the gallery for this technique on SCS.

You can also see a tutorial by a very talented lady, Meg Loven, who works with the SU big shot.
HERE

Here is my finished card using this technique:


STUFF I USED:
STAMPS: {UNITY} Oct '09 KOM ~ Wherever you Go
PAPER: georgia pacific, kraft
INK: SU Pumpkin Pie, SU Basic Black
ACCESSORIES: Ribbon
TOOLS: Cuttlebug, Texture Stylized Flowers

Here are a few other cards I have made using the negative effect:
Recipe can be found HERE (blue).
















Recipe can be found HERE (orange).


To see ALL the Tutorials I have posted on my blog thus far, click HERE.

20 comments:

stampjourney said...

Great job, Rachel! This is perfect timing since I just got my Cuttlebug and the stylized embossing folder is on order. Too fun! Your cards are so beautiful! Thanks for the inspiration!

jacque4u2c said...

I just love this technique!!! Each card has so much more personality. Great job!

Katy said...

These are great cards, I really like that blue one. What a great technique! :)

Handmade Creations by Stephanie said...

Beautiful creations this week!!!

Krista said...

Very cute Rachel! I really love that first one. Beautiful!

Espbfdl said...

Great stuff, Rachel! I don't have a Cuttlebug (?) but now I want one!! Christmas!!! Thanks for sharing!

Ashley Nguyen Newell said...

Fabulous Rachel!

Martha said...

all wonderful, the star one is my fav.

Rachel said...

what a fun technique!

Rona said...

wow very cool effect! and beautiful cards

Paulette, Melissa and Kaitlyn said...

I love the negative technique. Still have yet to do it, but nonetheless... Very pretty cards!

Stephanie said...

Wow! Another great technique I haven't tried yet Rachel! You have been so much inspiration this week - Thank you!!! Can't wait to see what you have tomorrow!

Stamp and Smile said...

OK Rachel... these cards are "AWESOME"!! I have tried this technique once, but you have me wanting to tackle it again.. you go girl! :) Each card has such a unique look. TFS and Minnesota SMILES! :)

Stamp and Smile said...

You are right, inking your embossing folder with the ink pad does give nice brush stroke effects... I must try with my Snowflake folder!! :)

Thanks again for the tip!

Gwen said...

LOVE the star card, great projects AGAIN!!

Cheri Howard said...

Beautiful cards! And so simple, too!

Jules! said...

Rachel, your cards are beautiful! I love your tutorials and all the details. Thx!

Jennine Chambers said...

LOVE IT!! These cards are great!

Dawn K. said...

too cool!!

Cole said...

Hi Rachel! I found your youtube tutorial by google search....it's fabulous! Thanks sooo much!!