I picked-up the Concord & 9th Dotty Turnabout Stamp when I was in NYC at The Ink Pad, and finally had the chance to ink it up. I chose my most Autumn-like colors from my Distress Oxide Ink Collection (Antique Linen, Fossilized Amber, Wild Honey & Peacock Feathers) for Lori's Autumn Blessings Challenge at the Falliday Fest at SplitcoastStampers.
There is a grid on the back of the stamp set that helps you mark the center. Then all you have to do is keep the stamp lined up on the marked center of your piece of cardstock as you rotate (you can see the mark in this photo). Then with the paper positioned in the MISTI, you just rotate it a quarter-turn and stamp with the next color of ink.
I started with Antique Linen & then Fossilized Amber on a 6" square of ivory cardstock (you can see the pencil center mark below ... hint, wait until your ink dries completely before you try to erase the pencil mark ... don't ask me how I know this).
I finished with Wild Honey and then finally Peacock Feathers.
I ended-up trimming my piece to 4 1/4" x 5" and added a sentiment from Simon Says Stamp You Got This from STAMPtember.
I added a few sequins to finish the design.
When I got back from NYC, I realized I had already purchased this stamp (Yep ... sometimes I like things so much, I buy them twice) ... so the extra brand new stamp set is included in my birthday box of goodies that will go to one lucky reader who leaves a comment on the BIRTHDAY BLOG POST (not here).