Monday, November 2, 2020

A Place To Start November 2020 Challenge: Mirror Stamping

Hello, Crafty Makers!

The Team at A Place To Start has another fun technique challenge for you this month.


This is one of my favorite techniques.  You can use clear stamps or cling stamps and get a wonderful result.  You do not need a stamping platform (but having one makes it easier.)  This stamping technique lends itself to any genre and any creative POV!  

I wanted to use foil on my wonky stitched die to frame my mirror images.  I probably should have let the sandwich heat up a bit more before running through my Big Shot because there are a few stitches that did not get enough foiling!  But still, I like the effect.

I also die cut a small chipboard heart and foiled it with holographic foil.  The chipboard peeking through is just perfect.  I used oil pencils to color the images.  I wasn't going for fancy, I just wanted a little color.

Thanks for the visit!  I hope to see your projects in the challenge

Chana Malkah
Stuff I Used
Note:  I used the Paper Smooches Mirror Stamp Block.  They are out of stock and difficult to come by, so I have recommended an alternative.


  1. Adorable card, pretty die cut lace and faux stitching, hugs, Lori m

  2. What a darling card, I love the foiling, so pretty and great stamps, love the idea of mirror stamping, I must search out a tutorial.
    Faith x

  3. Hi there, what a great idea to use your stamps like this. I must pop over and take a look at the challenge. Happy creative week, Angela xXx

  4. Really cute card and images Chana love the foiling ---but fun technique??? lol
    Carol x

  5. Hi Chana! What a great mirror stamping project! I’ve always had trouble with this but I think you have it mastered! This cute pair look fantastic! Take care!
    Hugs - Rachelle : )


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