I ended up liking the printing with a letterpress or an embossing folder the most. This involved mixing the glaze medium and color together then applying to the letterpress/folder with a rubber brayer. Placing the paper onto the silicone mat for a bit of give then turning the letterpress/folder over onto the paper and pressing it down. I used a rolling pin as my brayer was full of color. It really needs consistent pressure throughout the surface. You can see that I printed over a layer I had printed and left to dry. That's the beauty of the process, just keep adding until you are happy with the paper.
In the bottom picture my sister is using a foam brush over a stencil with a couple colors. The top row is a sample of some of the paper we created this weekend. It was a good experience and great to spend time with my sister.