This Technique was on Splitcoast Stampers last week. I have always wanted to learn how to do this and was so glad to see that they picked this technique to demonstrate. So enough rambling about this and on with the How To.
You will need the following items:
Piece of Acetate ( i used laser printer transparency film)
Step 1: Ink your stamp and stamp it on cardstock
Step 2: Ink stamp again with same ink and stamp it on the piece of Acetate
Step 3: Flip you acetate over so your stamped image is facing down. Line it up w/your 1st
stamped image to create the reflection. Place Acetate on cardstock and rub. It will
transfer the image (a little lighter) from the acetate to your cardstock
Step 4: Color the ground underneath your image. Add water or ice looking background around
your reflected image.
Step 5: Finish your card.
I hope you enjoyed the technique and have fun with it. Until my next rambling...have a wonderful evening and weekend :)
Card: All supplies are Stampin' Up!© Stamp: Lovely as a Tree and Country Blessings (retired) Inks: Basic Brown, also used stamp pads that are the same colors as markers and Gold ink Markers: Pumpkin Pie, Handsome Hunter, Really Rust, Summer Sun and More Mustard Paper: Chocolate Chip, Creamy Carmel and Whisper White Other: Used Aqua Painter to do the reflection image