To begin... I inked up the original stamp that I wanted to reverse.
Of course, I don't want the border NOR the excess ink which I managed to get around the image. Clorox Wipes to the rescue!!
Next... you simply stamp the image ONTO the Mirror Image Stamp itself.
Your image will look like this when done. I'm not concerned about the "missing" ink that shows up in the hair part of the stamp. We'll get back to that later. Now... you can "huff" on your stamp and place it on the paper.
Next, to be sure your image lines up correctly when stamping the proper image of the stamp, I use a Stamp-a-ma-jig. But, if you're good at seeing exactly where your stamp will be, feel free to skip this step.
I hope that explained how to stamp a reverse image. It's so much fun using it on animals as well.
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!!! *smile*