I've loved using the darling Avery Elle Get Well set again. Note: any stamp set will do - just choose one, or more, from your stash!
First: prepare an A2 card-base. Also cut a white panel - using a die - or simply cut with your paper trimmer - mine is 4.5" x 3.25" - then cut a smaller panel - the size is determined by your stamped image, and how much of the colored image you'd like to have showing.
Place the white panel in your stamp positioner - I've used my Misti - and position your stamps as you'd like.
Then, pick them up with the cover and stamp the image using a coordinating color ink - I've used SSS Smoke dye ink - twice for a clean imprint.AT this point, clean your stamp, and allow to dry completely - BUT don't move it - this is critical!
Apply a bit of repositionable tape to the back of the smaller panel - this will hold it while you're stamping.
Place the small panel where you'd like it over the larger panel - I wanted to see both the sentiment, and the image I'll color. [I forgot to use my embossing buddy... but you won't!]
Load the stamp again, this time with VersaMark, and stamp the image ... it won't matter if it goes on the lower image - it won't show because of the perfect re-alignment!
Carefully remove the panel, and after heat embossing in white, here is what you'll have.
Next, color the main image any way you'd like, taking note of the part that will be covered up! I've colored the roses rose-y and the daisies yellow with an orange center. I also added a bit of Stickles, and a little A.E. die cut from the matching Get Well dies.
Adhere the small panel over the large, lining up the sentiment and image carefully.
Adhere this to your card-base, and Voila!!!
The original, and today's card - which do you like best?
You know what, I really like that Smoke card base!
I may just have to change it =\
To the rest of you ... I'm sorry this is so long - but do hope you'll try this technique - please send me a picture of it!?