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Easter Themed Anniversary Card With a Mirror Stamping Technique

Hello and thank you for joining me for this Easter Themed Anniversary card featuring a mirror stamping technique, let's jump right in!!

As always I like to start by cutting down my cardstock, I have an A2 side fold base with a black matte and the main panel cut down with stitched rectangle dies. I then took some Pixie spray and the Tumbling hearts Stencil by Simon Says Stamp and blended two Distress Oxide inks onto the background in Spun Sugar and Tumbled Glass, I wanted some subtle colour so I used blending brushes.

I then took the bunny image from the Showers and Flowers Stamp Set by Simon Says Stamp, I used the bunny die and cut out the image twice creating a template. I placed the template and a Waffle Flower Media Mat into my Misti and lined the bunny stamp on top of the cutout template and stamped it in a Copic safe ink directly onto the waffle media mat twice, I then laid the die cut image of the bunny into the template to pick up the ink off the media mat creating a mirror image. Then stamped the second bunny the same way you would normally stamp an image. If you want a more in-depth look at how I made the mirror image of the bunny please check out the video down below.

I then coloured in both of my bunnies, for the "female" bunny I used C0, C1 and C3 for the body and RV00 for the ears and blush. For the "male" bunny I used N0, N2, and N3 for the body and C9 for the Nose as well as RV00 for his ears. I brought in a white gelly roll pen to add some highlights here and there on the bunnies. I placed my blended panel into my Misti and stamped out my sentiment, and adhered my panels to the card base. I added some 3D foam squares to the back of my bunnies for a subtle bit of dimension and placed the three hearts above them.

I hope you enjoyed this fun and different card I made this week and will consider trying the mirror technique with some of your own stamps!! I would like to know what you thought of this card and I hope you will check out the video below if you have any question or what a more in-depth look at how I made this card. I also have a full supplies list below the video in case you would like to know exactly what I used to make this card.

Thank you so much and I cannot wait until I see you again soon !!


Simon Says Stamp Showers and Flowers Stamps

White 110lb Cardstock (Base)

Black 100lb Cardstock

Neenah Solar White 80lb Cardstock

Spun Sugar Distress Oxide ink

Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide Ink

Thin 3D Foam Squares

Misti 2.0

VersaFine Onyx Black ink

Gink K Amalgam Ink

Studio Katia Embellishment Wand

Studio Katia Triangle Tray

Buttons Galore and More Sweetheart Sprinkles

Nuvo Deluxe Glue

Simon Says Stamp You Have my Heart Stamp Set

Spectrum Noir Crystal Clear Glitter pen

Tim Holtz Glass media mat

Tim Holtz paper trimmer

Mini Snips

My Favorite Things Stitched Rectangle Dies


Scrapbook Magic Mat

Waffle flower Mini Media Mat

RV00 Copic Marker

C0 Copic Marker

C1 Copic Marker

C3 Copic Marker

C9 Copic Marker

N0 Copic Marker

N2 Copic Marker

N3 Copic Marker

Pixie Spray

Simon Says Stamp Tumbling Hearts Stencil

Blending Brush

Gelly Roll White Pen

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