Here's a post about the way I used Plain Collage Paper (Ideaology) to create a mirror image of a stamp and how to reduce transparency by painting on the back side.
I'm linking up to Simon's Monday challenge--this week's theme is Halloween.
The background is made from various paper scraps tinted with Distress inks and the gate (yes, I know it's upside down) is a die-cut from Tim Holtz called Gothic Gate.
The house and skull are stamp images from a 2016 set called Mini Halloween 5 and the kids are a classic called Photo Studio (Tim Holtz).
I used some words from Ideaology Clippings Stickers and tinted a tiny diamond with red alcohol ink.
As you can see, the house is single-sided but I wanted to create something a little different.
So I stamped the image on Plain Collage Paper then turned it over and stamped the image again on the backside to create a mirror image. They were trimmed and pasted together to create the larger house.
I really like the properties of this collage paper and plan to stock-up in case it's discontinued as I have been using it a lot!