Unfortunately, after I got all my papers cut out, I couldn't find the stamp I wanted, which must have been put somewhere "safe" while I moved everything around to repaint my office. So, I put that idea aside for another day, and still, these came together very quickly, for a change.
The cardstock top is Bazzill, the paper is Creative Imaginations' Make a Wish, and the stamp, which I inked with Memento Teal Zeal, is from Inkadinkado. The brads are Candies.
The cardstock top is Bazzill linen; the word background is a stamp from Hero Arts; the paper is EP; the image is from a rubber cling stamp. I don't remember who made it, but although it was one of my early ones, and I like the idea, I seldom use it because it's difficult to stamp without smearing somewhere.
In fact, this time after, four failed tries, I finally got it right, only to end up smearing some ink from my thumb right next to it. So, I fussy cut it out and put in on another piece of cardstock. The flash made the center of the typewriter look spotty, but it's a solid black, which I had to do with a black Copic to brighten it up. The brads, with tiny words on them, are Candies. It's also more a pure B&W than it looks on my screen.