I used a sheet of thick paper covered in saran wrap to whiz theough the printer quick before pasting it face-down (and reversed) on the paper. I kind of liked the idea of "stamping" but it didn't make a huge difference if I'd have just run it through the printer. My sheet with wrap though held up the whole project, used it over and over again.
Journaling reads: A surrey, pitchforks, cowboy boots and hats, nineteen songs, two acts, choreography for a good ole' fashioned hoedown (smudged), a kickline, the little wonder, a three day bellyache..., ...and two bits, hundreds of lines to memorize, 'learn to drawl' lessons, a cast of over forty, months of work, countless smiles, three standing ovations, ... , one great show.
The surrounding parts are lines from the song "Oklahoma" : "Where the wind comes sweepin' down the plain, and the wavin' wheat can sure smell sweet when the wind comes right behind the rain" "You're doin' fine Oklahoma, Oklahoma, OK!"