Split Background Technique | Citrus Stamps + giveaway

tubHello crafty friends,

I am excited to share a card making technique to make simple backgrounds more versatile without adding a lot of time to the process.  Depending on what level you want to take it to, you could use this as a mass production technique with one stamp (set) and one color, or mix it up like I have - I did stick with one ink color per card.  This is part 1 of a 2 part series.  I'm using stamps from Altenew and WPlus9.  If you came here from YouTube looking for details on the giveaway you will find that information after the video on this post.




Today I'm sharing how to do this with a layered stamp set as the main part and also using a similar citrus themed set with a smaller overall size.  Think of ways you might use sets that have a similar theme and style but with different sizes.  It's the best of both worlds when you can stretch your supplies but still get lots of different looks.  On my next post on July 8th, I will be sharing a variation of this technique with outline stamps.   

Here are close ups of each card - the video tutorial will be after the 3rd photo.  The supply list is at the end of this post.




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Giveaway details & rules:
The prize is one brand new Original Size MISTI stamping tool (like the one used in the video)
Contest is open to U.S. and international (outside of U.S.) however if you are not in the U.S. or ask for the prize to be shipped outside of the U.S. you will be required to pay for the shipping/handling only.
Only natural person age 18 or older is eligible to enter

How to enter and get multiple entries:
1.  comment on each YouTube video in this series  (1 entry) as long as you don't giveaway the key word in your comment.  The video in this post is the first one of the series.
2.  be publicly subscribed to my YouTube channel - if you keep your subscriptions private I have no way of knowing you are subscribed.  (2 entries)
3.  Collect all 3 of the key words (1 word per video - this is the first one) - when the 3rd video is posted later this month you will be given a link to enter the keywords to get this entry which is worth 3 entries on it's own.

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Below is a list of supplies used to make the cards shown in the video - affiliate links are used which allow me to make a commission if used to purchase products.  This does not change what you will pay.  I chose to work with these products and am sharing products that I like to use and recommend.  The prize is sponsored personally.

I am also linking up to the Just Us Girls challenge



Thanks for stopping by today!



7 comments

  1. Love your cards! I especially like the circular one. I like the pattern paper peeking out! Thanks for playing with Just Us Girls!

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    1. Thank you very much Lisa - appreciate you taking few minutes to check it out!

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  2. I'm crushing over and smitten by your trio of citrus-themed, split-panel cards, Teresa! Such an eye-catching technique; one that's going on my 'must try' list! Thrilled that you shared these in the Just Us Girls gallery! I love x adore them!
    Hugs~carol

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    1. Hi Carol! So excited to see the enthusiasm from you and others about this technique - I am so glad I linked up too! Hugs

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    1. Thank you Karen - glad you like them!

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