Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Reflection Stamping Made Easy

Are you someone who likes to decorate your envelopes?  The Lovely Lattice set has a small flower that fits perfectly on the envelope flap. The thing is though, the stamp itself is a single flower and to get this mirror image look I used a stamp positioner to do the reflection stamping.

Card showcases paper piecing with Stampin'UP!'s Lovely Lattice Sale-a-bration Stamp Set.

No matter what you call it: mirror image or reflection stamping
either way its a cool look that's surprisingly easy to accomplish.
This short video shows how easy it is to do Reflection Stamping.

Years ago I used to do this technique with the Stamp-a-ma-jig (which is basically a T-square sized for stamps). My new favorite stamp positioning tool is Stampin'UP!'s Stamparatus.  

This thing is amazing, I use my Stamparatus so much more than I ever thought I would. It does much more than just helping line up stamps and do reflection stamping.  
  * Check out this post where the hinge feature helps create the illusion of motion,
  * or this one where I used it to help me create a square frame from a straight stamp.

Thanks for stopping by today.  BTW: tomorrow's post will feature the card shown with this envelope.

I'm happy to answer questions about reflection stamping, or the Stamparatus,  or about any other project. Product links for today's project are at the end of the post.

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