No, not the Northern border, although we do have to watch for those Canadians, and not the Southern border either - but the prayer flag border. That is the problem. One should never mess around printing anything more than one way. It almost always leads to distraction not to mention being stalled on top dead center not knowing which way to go now.
It greatly surprised me that I was drawn to the gold border. It had looked way to anemic on its own, but add the mum and somehow - the wonder of color theory, I suspect - the central image pops forth, where as in the black/gold border the central image is being controlled. So now, do I want to pop or stay within bounds. That is the question. All opinions will be gratefully accepted. Please.
Unfortunately, this is a rather poor gold proof, but it was what I had left, having screwed up one way or another on the other 3 or 4 I had ready to go. I had a devil of a time getting the press set to the correct pressure. My planets must be whirling around every which way because they are definitely not lined-up properly. By the time I solved the problem of the press, and the problem of the brayer that was not inking in the middle, I was too spent to print more gold borders. Bear with me, this may take a while.
However, I did knock 'em dead at luminosity this afternoon when I took a break. I was a lot younger then.