I used a Stamp-a-ma-jig to position the images right on top of each other (for the main rose, not the leaves around the canister). The designer paper (stripes) is no longer available. The inks used were River Rock and Close to Cocoa.
Here is a full view of the completed project and a close-up view.
TUTORIAL ON USING THE STAMP-A-MA-JIG
Step 1: Place your imaging sheet in the corner of your stamp-a-ma-jig tool. Ink up the outline image of the rose stamp and then stamp the image on top of the imaging sheet, along the upper left corner of the Stamp-a-ma-jig as shown.
Step 2: (Right photo) Lift stamp and see your impression left on the imaging sheet.
Step 3: (left photo) Slide the imaging sheet with the rose outline over the solid rose image. Position the sheet exactly where you want the outline or the rose to be.
Step 4: (right photo) Once your rose outline is in poisition, place your Stamp-a-ma-jog tool in the upper left corner of the imaging sheet and then remove the sheet. Ink up the outline stamp once again and slide it along the upper left corner of the Stamp-a-ma-jig.
See final stamped image on the "Altered Crystal Light container" at the top of this post.