Well, I wasn't sure I could do this one, since I didn't think I had any SSS products. However, on Wednesday, while sorting through several drawers of acrylic stamps and deciding they needed some sort of organization (I opted for alphabetical by designer/company), I came across two sets (Count 'em, TWO) of SSS stamps which I must have picked up at "Create 2014 last summer!SO I COULD do this challenge if I could only figure out how to use two such unrelated sets!
The first set was "Scribble Flowers" adn I decided to do as the name suggested, create a flower. And, like Topsy, it just grew! I stamped an flower petal outline on light-weight white cardstock, masked it and stamped more, until I had a flower with eight petals. Back to the masking, and this time using a solid filler petal, I filled each petal (ooops --- my mask bled a little). Then I used the little hash-tag like piece to create a center. All this is "Abandoned Coral" distress ink. I used India Ink Black to stamp a stem and a leaf outline on a "natural" card base. I then fussy cut the "flower" and pasted it to it's stem. next, using more India Ink Black, I stamped words from the second set "Hello You" - the large "YOU" across the center of the flower and the smaller "make me smile big" across the stem.