I made this card some days ago, and as I have lost my mojo in a big way at the moment, I thought I would display it now.
I first used this technique (split image, or double negative) years ago, and recently it was featured on a Stamp TV video tutorial.
I then cut and embossed a piece of chocolate wrapper with my classic rectangle Nestie and put it slightly angled onto the white card before mounting the image panel over it onto the white base card - don't know why it is showing pale blue!! Oh the vargarities of technology!
To finish the card I added three gold stars bottom right.
Simple and quite quick to make - the secret is in cutting both pieces of card to the same size before stamping, allowing a wee bit of what I call 'wriggle room', stamping the image in the centre of each piece, and then splitting the image at the same place. If needed, you may then trim the finished piece down to the size you want, but it you are a wee bit off centre with one of the original stamped images, you can 'wriggle' your way out of it at this point. Experience speaking here :-).
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