Friday, March 30, 2018

Tip - How to Get a Reverse Image from a Stamp

Tip, Reverse Image, Stampin'UP, Stamping

It's Friday and today's Tip video below will show you how you can reverse stamp and image.  I can't be the only person who's chosen a stamp to use, just to think it really needs to be reversed.  Well a $6 Silicone Craft Sheet can make that happen for you, easy peazy :)  Some of you may have seen this tip before but for those of you that haven't, I'm hoping it will make life a little easier in your craft room.  Remember the Silicone Craft Sheet is great when you want to place adhesive on items and not have them stick to your surface as well.

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Michele Wright
Michele Wright

Hi Guys, Michele here, thanks for visiting The Cow Whisperer’s Creative Cards. I hope I have not only inspired you to create, but also reminded you to take time to do what makes your soul HAPPY. Happy Crafting!!!

57 comments:

  1. how cool! didn't know that trick but now will have to try it.

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    1. So Glad you Like it Tracey, have fun!!!

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  2. What a cool idea! Thanks for sharing!!

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    1. You're Very Welcome Patricia, glad you liked it :)

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  3. Great technique! Thanks for showing us!!!

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    1. You're very welcome Jennifer, happy crafting!!! :)

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  4. Thank you so much for sharing that technique. I've always wondered how people do that.

    I will have to get a silicone sheet and try that now!Thank you so much for sharing that technique. I've always wondered how people do that.

    I will have to get a silicone sheet and try that now!

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    1. You're very welcome Many Splendors you'll love it :)

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  5. Great tip - thanks for sharing!!

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    1. I'm so glad you like it, you're very welcome :)

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  6. If I don't have a silicone mat is there something else I can use now as I want to try this. Tfs!

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    1. Susan, I'm really not sure because the silicone mat has give to it which makes it plyable like a stamp.

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    2. I have used a piece cut off an old mouse pad. Cut a little larger than the stamp. Stamp it and then use that piece to stamp a reverse image. Practice first.

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  7. Wow! Thank you.

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  8. Green Acres! Loved that show and your tip! Thanks

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    1. Awe thanks so much, Green Acres we're showing our age LOL

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  10. OMG, no way! That is awesome! Thanks for the tip!!!

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  11. Wow so easy yet so useful. Thank you so much for sharing��

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    1. You're very welcome Alison, so glad you like it :)

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  12. Thanks for both those tips. Obviously, I watched because of the reverse stamping trick, but I’ll be putting some hand sanitiser in my craft room now too.

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  13. Thanks to Pinterest I just found you. How fun is this technique??? Can't wait to try it.

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    1. Wooohooo Pinterest!!!You're going to love it Leslie, have fun!!! :)

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  15. Great idea!!, thanks for sharing. I found you on Pintrest too 😊

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    1. Wooohooo Margaret, thank you, I'm so glad you found me :)

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  16. Fantastic tip. Thanks so much

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  17. You're amazing!!! Thank you so much for that tip!!! So easy!!!

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    1. Wooohooo I love hearing that ChrisAnn, thanks so much :)

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  18. Oh my gosh ... I've been wondering how everyone gets a mirror image of their stamps and never knew until now. I thought it was some long involved difficult technique. Thank you so much for giving this tip, it sure has been helpful.

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    1. Woooohooo so glad it helped you, smiling here in Oklahoma :)

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  19. These is the best reverse stamping technique that I have seen (& tried) Thank you for sharing.

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    1. I love hearing that Peggy, thank you :)

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  20. Quick easy and concise just how I like videos. Thank you !

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    1. Awesome Jacque, so glad you liked it :)

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  21. Thank you so much for your step by step tutorial on reverse stamping. There have been so many times I've wanted to reverse an image and didn't realize it was possible. I like to see a demonstration of a technique rather than read directions, so I appreciate your video. Thank you!

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  22. Awe Denise so glad you liked it :)

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  23. Thanks for sharing this way of getting a reverse image as well as the prep. and clean up. Love it

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  24. I've seen other methods of reverse stamping, but they seemed more complicated. I already own two of the silicone mats, too, because I make a lot of paper flowers on them. A big PLUS is that now I know how to clean all the adhesive gunk off of them. Thanks for your great tips!!!

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  25. What a Wonderful tutorial Michele, Thank you so much for sharing.

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  26. THANK YOU SOOO MUCH! I really appreciate you sharing that with us! I will give it a try!

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  27. Wow, I didn't realize it was that easy, thank you, Ruth down under.

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  28. Thank you so much Michele. I have used another technique which is very involved. Your idea is so much easier, one I will definitely do. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  29. I, too, found this on Pinterest! Rest assured I'll be using this step a lot in the future. It's so easy too! Thanks so much for passing this along! Happy 4th!

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  30. great! i have always wanted to know how to make a reverse copy of my stamp
    ty so much
    cindy

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  31. Very nifty trick. Thanks for sharing. Looking forward to checking out more of your videos.

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