Sure thing, all I did was after stamping the circle, (OOPS I FORGOT IT TOOK LITTLE SHAPES set too) anyway, after you stamp the circle with Versamark, all I did was take a COTTON BALL with really rust and Summer Sun pastels and colored the sun, then I just added colors here and there in long sweeping motions accross the entire card front to make it look like a sunset. HTH
Registered: June 15, 2003 Location: Lodi, California Posts: 55
Thu, Jun 10, 2004 @ 10:57 AM
I'm in awe! But I don't know how to stamp the reflected image. Please share. TIA.
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Registered: June 3, 2004 Location: Posts: 13183
Thu, Jun 10, 2004 @ 11:03 AM
All you do is stamp the image right side up and then turn the stamp upside down WITHOUT REINKING it. I know that to get a true mirror image, you should stamp the image on vellum and then turn it upside down but I like the way this looks with out the extra layers! Simple and EASY! So have fun!
Registered: March 18, 2004 Location: New Hampshire Posts: 7018
Fri, Jun 11, 2004 @ 2:55 AM
I never get tired of seeing cards made with this set. This is a very nice example. You can also reverse an image by inking the stamp and rolling your brayer over it to pick up the ink, then rolling the brayer on your cardstock. Another way is to ink up the stamp, stamp it on a large solid stamp, then stamp that on your cardstock. Either of these ways will give a true reflection.