Thursday, December 12, 2013

Reflection Technique

     The first time I saw the stamp set Lovely As A Tree, I knew I wanted to do some kind of reflection card.  This stamp set has been sitting on my shelf for a few years now, being used for various other cards and techniques, but never a reflection technique, until now.


     It's not a hard technique.  To get the reflection to look like a reflection, first stamp on a clear block and use the stamped ink block as a stamp.  It lightens the ink as well as makes the image slightly fuzzy - much like a reflection.  Then use the Stamp-a-ma-jig to stamp the trees that are being reflected.  I used Basic Grey on my trees.


CARD STOCK:  Whisper White & Night of Navy

STAMPS:  Lovely As A Tree & Best of Greetings

INKS:  Basic Grey, Smokey Slate, Soft Sky, & Night of Navy

TOOLS:  Clear Blocks, Stamping Sponges

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