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I played around here, trying to create a winter scene. Started with heat embossing the pine trees in the left bottom corner and then took the same stamp and stamped it in black - I think i spritzed it with water to get a more solid impression. I did some generational stamping an spritzing. Added some light purple and loosely colored in the background I wanted a foggy feel to this and I think I succeeded.
Lastly I added the deer die cuts (IO) and did some white outlines on the adults. Added the sentiment (STAMPlorations)
EDITED for more clarification:
I first heat embossed the tree in white at the bottom left corner. I then took the same stamp and stamped it in black. I did generational stamping, so the trees become grey with repeated stamping, which creates depth. But I also think you could do the white embossing last - I don't think it matters.
The white heat embossed ink resists the black - if there is some stuck to it you can just wipe it off with a damp cloth.
So, there are so many ways to CASE this - I am sure you'll find your own unique one!