I used the postage embossing folder from Tim Holtz' collection and several shades of ink (antique linen, scattered straw, dried marigold, vintage photo, walnut stain - maybe more). The border is a fiskars punch and the label is a spellbinders die, sprayed with a moonshadow mist with copper pearl accents. Paper Wings Melange 5 Architecture set provided the focal image and the copper accent, and the sentiment is a rub on from Stampin' Up!
I was looking at this set and saw the small stamp with the writing plume and it made me think of old letter writing and wax seals. So, I used some embossing ink sponged on some paper and embossed copper embossing poweder in about 6 layers to get the depth that I was looking for. I put the rubber stamp into versamark ink to provide a "non-stick" surface to the stamp so it wouldn't get stuck during the impression. I then trimmed the image and used a foam dot to add it to the card. I think it makes a fun accent. I haven't done that technique in years and I'm happy with the results.
I hope this inspires you to look at your stamps in a new way. Happy Stamping!