Since I'll be using watercolor paper, I decided to use my Mini Misti tool, since stamping on watercolor paper more difficult to get a good image. Since my stamp was a wood mounted rubber stamp, I had to remove it from the block. I then used Wackytac (a temporary liquid adhesive) on the rubber and let it dry. This did keep the stamp in place until I removed it later, leaving no residue.
I used a very old two toned embossing powder by Moon Glow, called Sunrise Salmon/Gold with Versamark ink. I then followed Jennifer's technique of applying Distress ink with my fingers. I used a variety of colors, but didn't write them down. I embossed with an embossing folder, sandwiched with a Tim Holtz embossing diffuser. This is and acrylic piece, with and oval removed from the center. This allows a flat area for the sentiment. I also traced inside the oval with a gold pen.
The next 2 cards were done using the same technique, but using white embossing powder. The second card was debossed by mistake (folder upside down) and the third was embossed properly. I then tapped some ink onto the raised areas.
I'm going to study these for a while before making more cards with this technique. As Jennifer says in her video, the ink does wear off your fingers.