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Old 11-06-2006, 05:00 AM   #1
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Default TLC89 - Mirror, Mirror

Today's technique is the Reflection technique. It is also called mirror image or reverse image. Here are a few examples:

From bensarmom:
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From 88 Keys:
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From M Cooper:
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from patsmethers:
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Beate suggested this technique, and here is how she does it:
"I usually stamp my image on cardstock. Reink and stamp it again on a piece of acetate. Turn it around, place it where you want it to be and then rub over it to transfer the ink."

You can also use wax paper instead of acetate. Thanks Terry/terrore3 for that tip!

You can also use your rubber brayer....ink the stamp and run the brayer over it to transfer the image to the brayer; roll the brayer over the paper to get the reverse image. Use a stamp positioner and stamp the image in the proper position.

You can also use vellum....simply stamp on the vellum; after it dries, flip it over and stamp again.

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Old 11-06-2006, 05:00 AM   #2
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Wahooo! Am I first? I like this technique a lot. It may take a while, but I am going to do this one. Thanks Beth!
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Oh WOO HOO what fun!!! Thanks Beth!
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this sounds cool...thanks, Beth
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I knew I should have posted here first before the stalker thread!
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ooh, fun...haven't done one for a while! thanks Beth!
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Can't wait to play!!! Thanks for the challenge Beth!
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Haven't tried this technique yet. Thanks for all the details from Beate, Beth! Can't play until later tonight, but sounds like fun.
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I have NEVER tried this! I am so looking forward to 'getting busy' on this one!
Great challenge, Beth!
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Fun Beth! I haven't tried this yet.
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Been a long time; hope I remember how! Thanks for posting a good challenge for us, Beth!
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This sounds like a lot of fun Beth! Hopefully I can get around to it today...maybe even combine it with last weeks....I am soooo behind!
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BTW Beth....I haven't been ignoring you ...just crazy busy! I'll pm you today sometime. Sorry!
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hmm....I haven't done this in years. I've got an idea though.....let's see if I can actually do it!
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Interesting...I think I'll try to pick my brain and see what I come up with. If my imagination serves me correctly, I have seen in my LSS a large blank rubber stamp that was created to make mirror images. At least I think that's what it was for...
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Wow, I can't wait to try this. Thanks for the great challenge.
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Interesting...I think I'll try to pick my brain and see what I come up with. If my imagination serves me correctly, I have seen in my LSS a large blank rubber stamp that was created to make mirror images. At least I think that's what it was for...
Yup, I have a big blank rubber stamp just for that. It is actually called a Reversing Stamp (has the directions right on it on how to use it and reverse your images). Might just have to pull it out and use it today!
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Thanks, Beth! I have never tried this before. Off to stamp!
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I've wanted to try this for a long time - thanks for the push!
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Cooooooooooolll! I always wondered how to get such a great reversed image. Never thought to use acetate. I will definitely have to try this. And maybe I can get my little sis to join in today! Thanks, Beth.
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ooh, sounds like fun! I've NEVER tried this! Hopefully I'll get some time to stamp today!
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I've been wanting to try this but just never had the guts to do it. I think I will now.
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This technique, for whatever reason, scares me to pieces !! Everyone else's always turn out so beautifully but I'm sure mine will look...not so good. But this week,finally, I'm gonna try it!

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Hahahaha - we posted at the same time! I'm glad I'm not the only one who is nervous about this technique!!!

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Just like many others, I have never tried this before either!! I've seen lots in the gallery and have always ooooed and awwwwed over them.... especially the trees!! I am going to try to find time to do this one... maybe not today but at some point!! Thanks!!
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Oh....sweet. I have time to take part in a challenge...and it's my suggestion. I better come up with something good. Hmm....Just got new stamps. Which set can I use. Must use new stamps!!!!!!!
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yeah, I never thought to stamp on vellum and flip...I think I will try that this time! Thanks for the challenge!
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I have never had the nerve to try this, but I'm going to give it a shot. Love the cards I've seen made this way. Thanks for the challenge.
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QUESTION: If you stamp on vellum card stock and flip it, how do you hide the edge of the vellum. For example, the tree one one by MCooper, I can't see a line where the vellum stops and the card stock starts. Is the vellum over the entire card?? Wont the vullem cover the original trees then?? Huh?

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Thanks for the push. I have never had the nerve to try this technique and I so admire all the beautiful examples of it that I see in the galleries.
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this is my first time playing with the challenge!! I am very excited about trying this one!
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I also keep wanting to try this, so today's the day! Thanks for the great challenge, Beth, and for the fabulous inspiration, ladies!!
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QUESTION: If you stamp on vellum card stock and flip it, how do you hide the edge of the vellum. For example, the tree one one by MCooper, I can't see a line where the vellum stops and the card stock starts. Is the vellum over the entire card?? Wont the vullem cover the original trees then?? Huh?
can someone with experience with vellum and this technique answer this one? I think what happens is there is vellum on the whole card.... you stamp the trees on one side of the vellum, and then flip it over and stamp the other side.
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can someone with experience with vellum and this technique answer this one? I think what happens is there is vellum on the whole card.... you stamp the trees on one side of the vellum, and then flip it over and stamp the other side.
yep, I think that's how it's done.
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OK - here's my card. I pulled out my reverse image stamp from Rubber Stampede that I bought over 10 year ago....this may be the first time I've actually used it! I don't like how it muddied the image, but I supposed that is to be expected.

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I want to play with this more....thanks for the fun challenge Beth!!
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mmmmk! I am done..lol. I don't think this is a good technique for me. I'm visually challenged and could not, for the life of me, remember what a water reflection looks like (though the samples were all gorgeous). I need a trip to the beach!!

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