I really like the bonsai image found in the stamp set All the Good Things.
It's really easy to ink up and stamp using the Stamparatus.
Ink and stamp in stages using different colors for the different parts.
I placed my Whisper White card front in the Stamparatus, then positioned the bonsai stamp where I wanted it on the paper. I closed the hinged plate, picking up the stamp.
I first inked the leaves using Pear Pizzazz ink direct from the ink pad. I stamped and repeated using the Stamparatus a couple of times making sure I got a good stamped image.
Then, I added Mossy Meadow ink by coloring the image in select places using my Stampin' Write Marker. I stamped using the Stamparatus a couple of times making sure I got a good stamped image.
Next, came the trunk which I colored in using my Early Espresso Stampin' Write Marker. I colored and stamped a couple of times using the Stamparatus, making sure I got a good stamped image.
Next is the pot which I colored in using my Rich Razzleberry Stampin' Write Marker. Yep, you guessed it, I colored and stamped a couple of times using the Stamparatus.
The dirt inside the pot was colored using my Crumb Cake Stampin' Write Marker.
I removed the bonsai image and then placed the greeting on the Stamparatus. I inked it up using my Mossy Meadow ink pad and stamped a couple of times to get a good stamped image.
A strip of Floral Romance Designer Series Paper was added to the side of my Mossy Meadow card base. The stamped image was matted to a piece of Rich Razzleberry card stock and popped up on the card base to complete.
Stamp Set: All the Good Things
Ink: Pear Pizzazz, Mossy Meadow, Early Espresso, Rich Razzleberry, Crumb Cake
Paper: Mossy Meadow, Rich Razzleberry, Whisper White, Floral Romance Designer Series Paper
Accessories: Stamparatus, Dimensionals