Using my Scor-pal and plain white cardstock I scored the cardstock every half inch in one direction, turned it 90 degrees and scored every half inch again creating a grid.
Next I stamped one of the square patterns with tattered rose Distress Ink using my scored lines as a guide.
After I stamped the entire sheet with the square I inked up one of the circle stamps using antique linen Distress Ink and stamped that in the center of each remaining square.
For my card, I sponged the edges with more antique linen Distress Ink and matted it with some pink cardstock from my LSS. The pansy stamp is from Rubbernecker Stamp Company and stamped in tattered rose Distress Ink. I added a little shabby shutters reinker to the flower stems and leaves and some tattered rose to the flowers. I also stamped a second flower and cut out just the center one and mounted it with pop-dots for some dimension.
Take a look at your stamps and see what you have that might be perfect for this technique. I know I'll be getting a lot more use out of this set now using this idea. Thanks for stopping by!