I just love this reverse image stamping technique! A great look using Ranger Cut n Dry foam. I love reverse stamps and now I can create the look myself using stamps I already have. It really coordinates so well when used with the original stamp.
Reverse Silhouettes Blooms Thanks
I had so much fun creating this design! I always find it fun to try out new things! While this foam stamp doesn’t give the crisp look of rubber…it does give a really great soft watercolor effect. Ii used the original stamp on the background to show you both the positive and negative images. This is a simple technique and I’ve written a tutorial for Cornish Heritage Farms this week for it. You can check it out at…Reverse Image Stamp Technique. CHF also has the Ranger Cut N Dry Foam as their product feature and promotion for the next two weeks so now is a great time to try it out if you don’t have any.
Have a great weekend!
Cardstock: Natural Ivory – Prism
Stamps: French Script Backgrounder, Silhouette Blooms 1, Scripty Words – Cornish Heritage Farms
Ink: Versmagic – Tsukineko, Burnt Umber – Stewart Superior
Other: Cut N Dry Foam – Ranger, ribbon – May Arts, brads – Making Memories, glue dot