Here are pics of the stamp on 5 different projects.
Bright and cheery - I paper punched the little heart, there is a tiny button on the red dress and the little black flower is a baby prima with a little orange glitter dot in the middle on the pop dotted orange dress in the middle.
This is a vintage look! The dress and skirt were stamped on white tissue paper that I sprayed with tea dye reinker mixed with water in a mini mister. The background piece was stamped with the green dots from the set before it was embossed. After it was embossed I inked the surface with tea dye and red marker on the vertical lines and green marker on the horizontal lines. Staples and buttons finish it off.
Entirely different look - more of an art journaling/modern look. Painted tag, stenciled with blue ink, stamped with the dress stamp in jet black archival and finished off with lots of ribbon and a word charm. I like attaching them with regular safety pins - a good buy with a coupon at Joann's.
Even small stamps can almost always be used to make a background. The focus here is the black die cut which is decked out in hounds-tooth paper and gems. Red, black and white is a classic combination that you can't go wrong with!
Sweet, country Birthday card. The dress was stamped on printed paper before being cut out; all the papers are Basic Grey. The paper was from a 6x6 pad which gives you the right scale for this size stamp!