Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Reverse Stamping

The challenge in one of my on line groups was to do reverse stamping using plastic coated freezer paper.  I have the freezer paper that is paper on one side and the other side is slick like wax paper, so I think that's what they meant.  I took the slick side of the paper and stamped my stamp onto it using Memento black ink, the person posting the challenge used Stazon but I new I would be coloring with markers so I tried dye ink instead, I thought it did a pretty good job, I turned my stamped image over and placed it gently on my paper, then rubbed and rubbed with my fingers all over the image to get a good stamp. Next you stamp your original stamp directly to your paper.  They suggested stamping the next one after first stamping off on another sheet of paper first, but I tried it both ways on a scrap paper and thought it looked ok to do a full stamp on it.  I noticed most of the ones who have posted already did theirs side by side but I thought it might look neat to do them on each corners.

The one on the top right is the reversed stamp image.



Stampin up -- Seasonal Birds stamp set, colored w/markers
Stamps of Life -- postmarks 2 stamp sentiment
Spellbinders -- Labels one, A2matting basics A and Scalloped borders two dies
Graphic 45 -- Once upon a springtime paper
Enamel Accents -- white (corners)

Thanks so much to take the time to stop by and for sharing your comments, I so appreciate it,

Connie

15 comments:

Christine said...

You are a dab hand at colouring in! Very neat job!

Debbie said...

i think it turned out beautifully, it sounds like an odd technique!!! i always enjoy seeing birds on your cards!!!!

Joy@aVintageGreen said...

Your cards are very creative. Reverse stamping is something new to me. Yours worked out well.

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Stunning!! I really love this!
Thanks so much for stopping by and for your kind comments on my Kitchen!!

Hugs,
Deb

Stephanie said...

Beautiful job, Connie! I love how your cards are always new and fresh. Hugs!

CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Hi Connie, this is stunning. You do such beautiful work. This is another beauty.
Hugs and Happy September! cm

handmade by amalia said...

This one has a delicate Asian feel to it, Connie, beautiful.
Amalia
xo

Pam Sparks said...

oh wow! that turned out gorgeous Connie! I've not heard of using freezer paper to do the reverse. We used to use a flat red rubber stamp block. Now you have me curious and wanting to try this! lol Beautiful creating!

Wen Sylvestre said...

That's a great idea! I really should try to remember that and give it a try. Beautiful card Connie!

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

Connie, that is so pretty. You can do it all and very nicely too..Happy Thursday..Judy

Leslie Miller said...

Wow! This turned out great! Your reverse image looks as good as the first. Beautiful card, Connie!

magnoliasntea said...

Connie, I'm amazed every time I visit you. Your card is gorgeous and professional looking. And putting the images in opposite corners was very smart.

Laura Lane said...

It would be a joy to receive one of your cards. I'll bet your friends and family enjoy them.
Blessings from Harvest Lane Cottage,
Laura

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, Connie, what a gorgeous card, and I love the DP for a vintage look with these sweet birds! And what a great job with the reverse stamping technique! I can hardly tell which is the original. Beautifully colored! Love it! Have a wonderful weekend, my friend! Hugs!

nitestamper said...

beautifully done!!!!
I love the reverse stamping technique.
maybe I will try it, too.
Tfs:)