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I'm sure most of you have heard of the Split Negative technique where you stamp your image in black on white and then again in white on black and cut them in half and piece them together. Well the card I chose from the Featured stampers' gallery used that technique, but I had never tried it with digital stamps before. I thought this was the perfect time to try it out!
It turns out to be very simple in Photoshop elements! I just opened up the image which is one of the trees in Where the Love Grows at Squigglefly and went to the "filter" button at the top and clicked on "adjustments" and then "invert" to turn the black area to white and vice versa! then I printed out one regular image and one inverted image and cut them in half and put them together!
After that it was a simple matter of coloring in the hearts and tying a ribbon at the top. I hope you will give it a try sometime soon! Don't forget that there is a new challenge on the Squigglefly blog today! Try your hand at the challenge Marlene has set for everyone and you could win your choice of Squigglefly images - including sets!
Have a wonderful day, and thanks for looking!