Jan 28, 2014

Technique, Mirror Image Stamping

Hello, it’s Nicole G., again, with another video technique, and I’m super excited to share this one with everyone.

This mirror image technique is so much fun to use, and it’s a great way to create really fun cards. I personally love to use this technique to create cute scenes or lovey-dovey cards—but go ahead and watch the video and once you've got this technique down feel free to use it your own way and have a great time!

I hope you learned something new - or if you already knew this technique maybe you're thinking of a new valentines card it would be great with - here's a snapshot of my card... 

I have to mention - the Fox set, it's sold out right now (I know, I'm not surprised either - it's so darn cute!) 

BUT BUT BUT - It will be back in the shop next week (or that's when we hope it will!) So be on the look out next week... and I'm sure Nicole, Ms. Sweet, will send out a newsletter letting you know it's back. SO, be sure to get on the newsletter list - HERE. (see below the screen shot of the newsletter sign up - it's on the bottom of the sweet stamp shop home page) 

The sets that you saw today and the sets that are featured in the card art.... 

Foxy (sold out right now) 


Baking Love 

Press It Wash It 

The Sweet Stamp Shop loves to see what you create using their stamps so head on over to the SSS Flickr page by clicking here, and share your cards and/or layouts using this technique (or any others). I hope you enjoyed this video and have a great day!
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  1. OMG!! This is genius!! I never thought about using the back of a bigger stamp!! I can't wait to try it. Thank you for sharing this awesome technique!!

  2. aw! super adorable card!! love that technique too!! and your video is amazing!! so clear and consice and lovely!! that little mitten with the speech bubble is so adorable!!!

  3. Thank you so much for the tutorial! The card is SO cute!

  4. Thank you for a great tutorial! Your card is adorable, love the eyelashes of the little foxy - so cute :-)

  5. Brilliant!! Thanks for the great tut!!!

  6. Adorable card and love the tutorial. I have not tried this with clear stamps. So excited. Thanks Nicole G.

  7. Who knew?! Thanks so much for sharing this idea!! can't wait to try it:)

  8. Awesome technique! Thank you so much for sharing! :)