This is the main image from the Pure Innocence set "My Umbrella". I wanted to show a couple of other ways to use the stamp, since I like to get a lot of mileage out of everything I own, if possible.
Above shows a way to ink up just the boots and place them strategically on some patterned paper. Here they are on a card:
In the next example, I inked up only the umbrella:
to make this:
For the umbrella handle, I wrapped some ribbon around a glass-head pin and tied a little bow. The glossy dots are "faux dewdrops" - I punched some paper with a small circle punch and covered them with glossy accents...
You can also selectively mask and ink a background stamp to get a single image:
Or bend a photopolymer stamp on the block to get a new look:
Take the squiggly line from the above set and stamp it multiple times
and have something entirely different!
Here are a couple of other ideas:
Here, the little bee stamp was used to make the snowflake.
An acorn makes a fine stand-in for an elf just by adding some facial features...
If you want to get REALLY radical, I transformed a Halloween damask design into a "Beauty and the Beast"-type creature: