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Thursday, October 26, 2017

What Would Kelly Make Mirror Image Stamp Technique Halloween Card

Tried a Mirror Image Stamp Technique that Kelly on Simon Says Stamp blog demonstrated in her video. In my scenario the cat was facing left and I wanted the cat to face right so it would be facing the dog in the pumpkin. Stamped the cat onto some recycled plastic and then applied the stamped mirror image to my white piece of cardstock

Top: The mirror stamped image on white cardstock after using Shapie fine point black marker.

Bottom left: The cat stamp that faces left.

Bottom right: The plastic piece with cat stamped image.

     Supplies List 

Crayola: pencil colors

ink: VersaFine Onyx Black

Lawn Fawn: stamp - Critters in Costume

machine: Sizzix BIGkick

paper: cardstock - black, white   scrapbook - bats, Halloween words

recycle: plastic from a pkg for mirror image stamping

Spellbinder: die - Shape Foliage - leaf

Tim Holtz: cardstock - Kraft Shattered Core orange

tool:  MISTI

Entering this into the following challenge(s):

10/28   Dies R Us   Ch83 Leaves    mustuse1metaldie   3E(#3)  10/15

10/30   Cuttlebug Mania    Ch HalloweenorSpooky use colors: White, Orange, Black & Purple  3E(#1)  10/17 
10/30   Tuesday Throwdown   Ch Spooktacular   3E(#2)   10/24

10/31   Crafty Hazelnuts Ch Patterned Paper    Oct 2017   UE  10/1
10/31   Simon   Ch What Would Kelly Make   1E(#1)   10/25
10/31   Simon Says Stamp Wed   Ch Anything Goes     5E(#2)   10/25

Please vote for my dog, Daisy, BumbleBee in the Simon Halloween Pet Costume. 

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Thank you


  1. Very cute creation! Thanks so much for playing in our ‘Leaves’ challenge at Dies R Us! Please come back again soon!

    Darlene (DRU Blog Leader)
    DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS Please come for a visit.

  2. A cute textural card with the felt leaves, Melissa - thanks for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

  3. Sweet critters on this card! Love my Misti - great to use for all stamping! Like the mirrored image as well

  4. Really spooktacular card and great technique. I must try that! Thanks for sharing this with us at Tuesday Throwdown this week. Good luck.
    Debi DT