nesties, punches, hand cut, any circle-y stuff will work...
or polka dots, paper with circular designs etc.
here is my take on this fun idea, i made a round card, since i love them and haven't done one in a while!
(vintage: birds from a field guide, early 1900's sheet music, russian text paper; patterned paper: basic grey, prima; ribbon: may arts; circle and border punches: ek success; heart die: cuttlebug; pen: copic outliner; ink: colorbox, ranger; adhesives: tombow monorunner, uhu glue stick, gluedots, 3m foam tape)
for added circle-y interest, i've done an "old school" scallop border all the way around which is just 1" punched circles sandwiched between the 6" circles which make up the front and back of my card. i'm proud to say i've achieved 100% stash-usage here in the form of genuine vintage (birds, house, music background) and some really old designer papers! :) the birdhouse is just a sort of truncated kite shape with border-punched strips and a heart added on; various layers are popped up on foam tape for a little extra dimension and i've twisted a bit of my favorite leafy ribbon around the fussy cut branches on which my birds are perched.
this is a thank you note to the friends with whom i stayed in california; and the sentiment--"home is where the heart is"-- i had originally planned to put on the front, but i ran out of room, so it's on the back, instead, along with a handwritten note. because "my process" is sometimes that scientific!!! :)
why not grab some fun polka dots, or your circle punch, or your vintage "spirograph" ('member that?! gosh i loved that thing!) and join the uber-fab SOS team in this awesome challenge, which runs all week!!! ♥