So background for this was just distress ink and a bit of faux bleaching and then I simply stamped, coloured and cut out elements from the new bird stamps and from the Always Floral set.
However the bird on the stamp sheet faces right and I wanted another one to face in the opposite direction. Now I know you can use a brayer to get a reverse image but my gelli plate was sitting on the side so I thought I'd use that. Firstly I inked up my stamp with Memento and stamped it onto my gelli plate.....
Then I laid on a piece of card and pressed firmly and then peeled off the card and hey presto I had my reversed image......
As you can see from the picture below there is a slight difference in quality of line but not enough to be worried about and by the time its all coloured you can't really tell the difference at all.
See you again soon,
Hi Donna, a gorgeous project, love the birds.ReplyDelete
Hugs Erin x
Great use of your Gelli plate- I have used acetate sheet before now to do reverse stamping.ReplyDelete
I love these bird stamps and you have coloured the images so beautifully, also you have created a fabulous background, great card!!
Wow, love the reverse stamping. That background is also just stunning.ReplyDelete
Hi Donna fab use of the Geli plate hun fabulous card hugs Judith xReplyDelete
Beautiful card Donna, great idea for reversing the birds, I've used my SplodgeAway mat for reversing images but not my Gelli plate, must give it a go, thank you xx Zoe xxReplyDelete