Celestial: Use JudiKins celestial cube to stamp starry square all over white cardstock. Stop every few images to emboss with embossing powder (I used JudiKins Egyptian Gold). The key to this is to have the squares irregular in intensity and in pattern.
Webbing/Foil: Spray webbing spray on cardstock and while still tacky apply foil, rub. Apply more webbing spray and then another application of a contrasting color of foil and rub.
Starry Night: Apply about 3 drops of Embossing fluid to a clean toothbrush. Turn the brush upside down and use your finger to spray the embossing fluid onto the cardstock. Use a very light hand. You will find that you have a lot more than you expect. Pour embossing powder over, dump and heat.
Salt: Spray matte cardstock liberally with water. While still wet, run a brayer loaded with dye ink over the cardstock. Cover with sea salt. If necessary, spray more water on. Allow to dry. When dry, brush the sea salt off.
Sponging and Embossing: Wet and then wring thoroughly a sea sponge. The texture of the sponge will affect your results so take care. Dip sponge into embossing fluid. Tap off extra. Lightly tap onto cardstock taking care to not create any identifiable patterns. Pour embossing powder over, dump and heat.
Bubble Wrap: Tap bubble wrap onto dye ink pad. Put, bubble side down, onto cardstock. Be careful not to slide it or you will smear the image. Run a brayer over the back of the bubble wrap. Carefully lift the bubble wrap away. You can rinse the wrap off and use it again and again.
Tissue Paper: Crinkle up some tissue paper very tightly. Smooth it out. Spray a piece of cardstock with Spray Adhesive. Carefully smooth the tissue paper onto the cardstock. The danger here is getting unsightly large wrinkles.
Clear Embossing: Stamp and emboss an image. After heating, mask off. Using clear pigment ink and clear embossing powder (iridescent clear looks especially nice) stamp the image repeatedly.
Stipple Brush: Using a stipple brush, bounce ink onto cardstock. Use the lightest color first and then the darker color more sparingly.