I made a simple sample of a paper casting to show you how much
detail you can attain with this super-easy technique.
(Stamps are unknown)
I mixed some Elmer's glue with some water and made a paste first.
Then I inked my pear stamp with pigment ink and turned it upside-down.
I added a couple of layers of white tissue paper over the stamp and brushed some of my glue mix on, added 2 more layers and repeated. I added about 8-10 layers in all.
I turned the stamp over then and gently removed it from the papers and
allowed it to dry overnight.
I stamped the background with gold ink and layered.
A few fibers and a corner punch completed this card.