MISTI 101: Mirror Image Stamp

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Hi Crafters,
today I'm exploring the Mirror Image Stamp from So Suzy Stamps. It's a super cool tool that allows you to reverse your stamps - that means one critter stamp can now face each other. Let me show you what I mean in this short video. Don't forget to enter the giveaway for a MINI MISTI sponsored by So Suzy Stamps if you haven't already!



A great way to stretch your stamps!





I also created this card to show you how you can use the stamp not just with critters, but with beautiful landscapes with water reflections. I would suggest stamping the mirror image onto the stamp three times for line images and five times for solid to make sure that your reflection has the same intensity as your normal stamped image.


I attempted to create a sunrise scene with a reflection on the water. Not sure if that turned out too well but the card is pretty anyway. I just wanted to show you another way to use the stamp.












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49 comments

  1. So many possibilities! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. I don't have a favorite technique in stamping, but this mirror stamping seems so easy. Thanks for sharing :)

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  3. Thank you Justine, I now know how to this technique with the MISTI. I have done this technique before using acetate and it's one of my favourite techniques as it makes stamping mirror images so very easy Karen

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  4. Thank you! I have the mirror stamp but didn't EVEN think of Misti... Can't wait to try this out!

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  5. I guess I need a mirror stamp now. That looks like a lot of fun :)
    My favorite stamping technique is stamping with Versamark and emboss it :)

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  7. Another technique to do with stamping without lot's of fancy tolls, love it!

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  8. Great video, Justine! I can't believe how well this mirror image stamping works! The MISTI sure is an incredible tool. What a great prize! Thanks so much for sharing with us.

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  9. Such a fun way to use the MISTI, and your card is beautiful, Justine! Thank you so much for sharing this technique with us, and for a chance to win!

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  10. Thanks for your tutorial. I learn something every time. Love this process the possibilities are endless. You are a great teacher and explain everything so well. Just love this technique and all everything you bring to the craft table. Thank you for sharing.

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  11. This allows for so many options. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. Thanks for showing us the mirror image technique. The MISTI sure does make stamping much easier.

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  13. I didn't know how to do that, thank you for showing me. Love the warm tones ......

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  14. What a great way to use the misti. I have wondered how to stamp mirror images. Now I wish even more for a mini misti. Thanks for the opportunity to win one!

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  15. Gorgeous card wuth the yellow and orange colours.

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  16. thanks, I am going to try this tonight.

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  17. This is so clever. A misti would make mirror stamping so much easier. I seem to have so many character stamps facing the wrong way!

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  18. What a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  19. Great tutorial! Love the MISTI!

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  20. Very cool technique. Thanks for the video.

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  21. My favorite stamping technique is masking my images.
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  22. Beautiful ! I would not of thought of that technique....Thank you.I would Love to have a Mini Misti !!!

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  23. This is such a pretty card. You are so talented. I am so glad I subscribed to your YouTube channel.

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  24. This is such a pretty card. You are so talented. I am so glad I subscribed to your YouTube channel.

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  25. I love all the new,things I am learning about the misti!! Thank you so much!

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  26. What a fun technique this mirror one. I love it, Justine! Thank you so much for the tips.

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  27. Such a beautiful card. Thank you for sharing your techniques. :)

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  28. WOW - this is SO COOL!!!
    I cannot believe how great the mirror image comes out, a WONDERFUL way to take stretching our stamps to a whole new level of AWESOME!!! Your reflections are DELIGHTFUL!!!
    I'm really enjoying your MISTI videos Justine, THANK YOU for sharing and for the chance to win :)

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  29. Great tutorial. More fun things that I will be able to do with my MISTI.

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  31. I love the idea of mirror image, can't wait to get the MISTI. Thank you for sharing

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  32. Great tip will definitely try this.

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  33. Fabulous giveaway! Thanks for sharing the tutorial!

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  34. I really appreciated the videos. That mirror image rubber and the Misti are definitely things to keep in your stash. Thanks for sharing.

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  35. I love using embossing powder!

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  36. The misti looks like it has so many uses. I have it on my wish list.

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  37. What a neat technique. Your reflections card is awesome.

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  38. You've done a terrific job! Thanks for sharing this awesome technique! Did you mean when you referred to the MISTI clear sheets that you could use them in place of the plain red rubber mirror stamping mat?
    Carole Lovill

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  39. Wonderful card I love the colors you choose to create the scene! I don't have a favorite technique for stamping , but what I use the most is with light colors I'm trying to practice more no line coloring!

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  40. Hi Justine ~ This card is absolutely gorgeous....and soothing. Love everything you've done with it, from the colors to the stamps and design. Thanks so much for sharing!! ~HUGS~

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  41. Your card turned out great! Thanks for the tips :-)

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  42. Gorgeous card with beautiful colors! Awesome technique!

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  43. Thanks for showing how to get a mirror image.

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  44. have just come across your blog via pinterest - fab tutorial thank you

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  45. You did an amazing job on this technique, Justine! Thanks so much for another fabulous video tutorial!

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  46. I love this technique, seems easier than the acetate I was using.

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  47. Thank you for sharing. What a wonderful way to do mirror image.

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  48. Thank you! That was great. Love learning new techniques. Will be watching for more.

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