Another Embellishment :)
Okie dokie, so I got an idea this weekend and spent a little time playing in Adobe PhotoShop Elements to achieve this effect :)
I printed a photo on the Silver Embossed (Moire Pattern) Metallic cardstock for the Mirror (I was so excited when I thought of this, Lol)
So the photo wouldn't look too dark, I was trying to alter it with transparencies, and I ended up using a distort filter - Diffuse Glow, in the program and it made the image less "stark" on top of the paper (since there is a background color to it and it was looking just like a rectangle on a mirror rather than an image IN the mirror so much, with that much contrast between the rectangle cropped image and the circular shaped metallic paper).
It gave an interesting effect. To print on this paper (in my Color Laser printer), I simply made sure to select that the type of paper was "Glossy" and "Heavy". Without the glossy the photo was smearing a bit in previous attempts and without the heavy, I don't know that the printer would take it, as the Metallic Moire Embossed is 10 pt, as as such, decently thick cardstock.
The mirror background is cut from my new Gmund Treasury Cardstock, which is even heavier at 120# Cover weight, and that line has REAL gold in the pigment on the cardstock, so how fun is that? :D
I really tightened that puppy to the mat, using a brayer and then also securing it down with a bit of scotch tape at the tops of the paper (since my mat is not very sticky right now, a new mat would be fine without the tape).
I ran it through (Shiny face down) as Tag, 100# media, used the pink blade cap and set the speed to 4, and the pressure to 30. I made 4 cutting passes and it came up beautiful and did not dig into the mat, so it was perfect!