Created this card for a swap - the trees are stamped in Stazon on side one of the acetate, allowed to dry thoroughly, then the acetate is flipped over and the trees are stamped again in Stazon so that the fat tree is reflecting under the fat tree, etc...The white cloudy look in the background is direct to paper with the White Craft Ink pad. Acetate is attached only by the hemp twine ties. The verse is missing the Scripture reference - it didn't fit nicely on my square punchie (1 3/8 inch punch), so I used my Versamark pen to ink the verse, stamped it and white embossed it.
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Tue, Apr 26, 2005 @ 8:43 PM
very pretty and calming!
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Fri, Jun 03, 2005 @ 6:35 PM
By the way - after I posted this card, I discovered that this very technique for reflections was in the Patstamps Technique Junkies newsletter in April (I just got mine today - I think my mailman likes to look at them sometimes, LOL) - I also got my June one today - AWESOME! If you want more info about the TJ newsletter, please email me!