You could brush over or under the photo. Or you could brush a dark stamp under and then stamp a lighter copy on top and offset it a bit. You can try a stroke on the photo and see how you like it. If you want the stamp to look more natural -- like when you put a stamp on an actual photo, my Natural Text Action helps with just this thing, but it only works in full Photoshop, not Elements. There aren't any rules -- so you can pretty much do whatever you like! And if you don't like it, there's always CTRL+Z (undo).
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