I decided to die cut some butterflies, stamp in Fresh Snow some words from a 7Gypsies stamp set that I have, and then stamp the Beautiful Butterflies with various PTI inks. One point to remember: you have to let the pigment ink really dry. I was using a heat gun and then pretty much stamping over it right away. Most of the stamped words came up and onto my butterfly stamps. So I tried to be patient and wait for a couple of hours, and that worked much better. In fact, the longer you wait, the more image show-through you get. I had discarded a bunch of test flowers and butterflies last night, thinking that they hadn't worked, and when I looked this morning, the pigment stamping had come through beautifully and was very evident.
Here is my card:
and here are some close-ups of the various images I stamped. The 7Gypsies word stamps are Beautiful, Life is Good, Crazy Love, Adventure and various other things (including a Treble Clef). I had initially planned on using the Sweet Life and tested a Technique Tuesday clock face as a background on one of the roses.
Cardstock: PTI Stamper's Select White, Vintage Cream
Stamps: PTI Beautiful Butterflies, Grand Ampersand; 7Gypsies Lille
Ink: PTI Fresh Snow, Canyon Clay, Scarlet Jewel, Terracotta Tile
Dies: PTI Double Ended Banners; Lil Inkers Stitched Rectangles