I numbered this entry because I am IN LOVE with Papertreyink's new Borders and Corners sets, and I intend to make and post a lot of cards with these sets. So versatile! This card uses the Borders and Corners Circle set. It did not turn out as I had originally planned, so I thought I'd show you a bit of the steps I used before I got to the final version. I made the center set of circles with the Marvy Mega scalloped punch and circles cut with my Creative Memories circle cutter. The center circle is stamped with items from Papertreyink's Faux Ribbon and Little Lady sets, and and I stamped the little flowers from the Borders and Corners Circle set into each scallop. Both the center circle and the scallop are from a piece from Memory Box's Homespun collection. It is a very light yellow and white floral design. But it was a little plain, so I punched holes inside the center of each flower in each scallop. I wanted to punch through the red mat, and using the Japanese Screw Punch made that very easy. Here is the original background that I had hoped to use. I took another piece from the Memory Box Homespun collection and stamped it using SU Real Red Classic ink with a few of the items from the Borders and Corners Circle set. While I loved the background I created, I did not like the center piece with it. I think it fights, rather than enhances, it. (Do I sound like an art - eest or what????) So --- after adding a couple of Stampin Up So Saffron brads and some stiched ribbon (source unknown) -- I decided to use yet another piece from the Homespun collection. This one already had some red in it, so I left it alone and matted it on SU Real Red cardstock and the same floral that I used in the center of the card and ended up with this: And then I went to bed! ps. isn't stamping fun?