Anyway, I've used the same idea here but in reverse. I have cut out a circle of some paper, placed it over the cardstock and stamped over the circle directly onto the cardstock, so that only the stamped image that appeared in the hole is left, giving a great effect. It's an excellent way of getting a shape from a larger stamp... without cutting it up or buying a new one. In this card I went on to stamp some flowers at the bottom that go over the circle of words.
In the card below I used the same masking technique but I used cardstock instead and found that the edges of the circle didn't stamp as cleanly because I guess it was raising the edges of the stamp up. Lesson learned - use paper for masking, cardstock is too thick!
I also dabbed the stamped circle with some glue from a 2 in 1 glue pen and sprinkled it with Dazzling Diamonds glitter. Add some gold thread and it looks like a christmas ornament... well, kind of ... if you don't look too closely LOL. In this card I also scored 5mm around each edge (upside down) to give a frame in all that white space.