A stamped image can change in theme simply by changing the ink color with which it's stamped. A good example is this snowy scene stamp from Inkadinkado/E.K. Success.
For the first card I stamped the image in a mixture of grey and black ink from ColorBox on a white shimmering paper from Canson. The stamped image and the silver background panel were die-cut and embossed using the Labels Eight dies from Spellbinders. The card itself is made from a grayish Bazzill Basics paper. To add some sparkle (not visible in the scan) in used white glitter on the trees, roof top and ground. To finish the card a simple black rub-on text from K&Company/E.K. Success. The result is very elegant and sophisticated look.
For the second card I stamped the image in a mixture of green and brown ink from ColorBox on a white shimmering paper from Canson. I accentuated the ink colors by lightly coloring the image with pencils. The stamped image was cut out using deckle edged scissors and edged in black ink. The card itself is covered with a wood grain patterned paper from K&Company/E.K. Success and edged in brown ink. To add some sparkle (not visible in the scan) in used white glitter on the trees, roof top and ground. The stamped panel was added to the card using mini square brads (Making Memories) in black. To finish the card a red glittered text from K&Company/E.K. Success. The result is very masculine and somewhat country look.
The snowy scene can actually be turned into a spring, summer or even fall scene just by using more shades of green ink and deepening the coloring process of the image. For the fall look Soft Flowers flocking could be used as well.