This month's TAT is Reflection Technique. Stamp your main image(s) and create a reflection of that image by stamping onto vellum, wax paper, acetate, etc., flipping it over and Viola! You have the inverse of the image as a reflection.
Here's what I managed to come up with:
I stamped the image & colored with SU markers, then cut her out and popped her out on top of the "lake". I've had these clear and various colors of vellum forever, bought when I was just beginning to make cards. I used to buy anything, thinking it was cool, and eventually I would know how to use it. LOL
The image was stamped again and colored onto the blue vellum, dried with the heat gun, then flipped over to get the reverse. Then mounted on the card base.
Here's a view from the side so you can see (sort of)
the depth of the mounting on the image and the sentiment.
I really liked this technique and think that there are lots of possibilities to be considered for its use. I can hardly wait for next month's TAT challenge to be announced!
Thanks for stopping by and be sure to visit the other members of Stamp Addicts (their blogs are listed on my sidebar) to admire their Reflection Techniques! You'll be impressed!