Just Hours Left to Sale-A-Brate!

March 17, 2008 at 3:15 pm | Posted in Accessories- Rub-Ons, Projects, Stampin' Up! | 1 Comment

Time is seriously running out!  Now is your last chance to get the Sale-A-Bration stamp sets or rub-ons FREE!  After today, Stampin’ Up! will never have any of these items available again.  They were created just for this Sale-A-Bration period.

Contact me ASAP to place any last-minute Sale-A-Bration orders!

Now here’s my last SAB project I’ll be posting:

Disclaimer:  I don’t know how real photographers get nice pics of mirrors!!  With my (lack of) skill, it was nearly impossible to get a pic worth sharing.  It doesn’t help that you have to worry about not only what is around the object you’re photographing, but also what is across the room from it!  In my house, that can be a real problem.  LOL

          

This picture just doesn’t do the real thing justice.  IRL, the mirror looks pretty amazing.  And it took less than five minutes to apply the rub-ons.

I used the Love & Happiness Rub-Ons that coordinate with the Friendship Blooms stamp set.  Both are in the Sale-A-Bration brochure.  We do carry other rub-ons in our Spring-Summer Collection.  Click here to check them out.

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  1. Yeah, mirrors can be really difficult. There are a few ways I would try to work around them.
    The first is what you did–getting the picture angled just right, so your reflection doesn’t show in the mirror. Getting down low can help sometimes.
    I don’t know if this would work, but I think you could at least reduce the reflection using a polarizing filter. Unfortunately, not all cameras are able to use filters.
    If you had a manual camera, you could try to reduce the reflection by stopping down to a wide aperture, and using the small depth of field to put the reflection out of focus.
    Another way would be to edit the image in Photoshop. If you turned around and took a picture of what should be in the reflection, you could paste it in later when you edit your photo.
    You should have asked me to help! 🙂


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