Hi friends, thanks for stopping by! I have a set of Hello cards showcasing the Moroccan Circles Embossing Folder to share today. These cards are great to have on hand, and are an easy gift to make for a loved one.
I started with three panels of white card stock. I put each panel into the embossing folder and ran it through my die-cut machine. I picked the back-side of the embossed panels to add ink to.
I used ink cubes to add color. I picked a light and a medium light ink from a few Altenew color families. I rubbed the the ink cubes directly onto the paper, using light pressure in a circular motion. I blended light into medium light twice on each panel. Once I was finished, I set the panels aside to dry.
I used the Hello die to die-cut twelve words from black card stock. I glued and stacked two words together for each card. I made six card bases, and used my MISTI to stamp a sentiment onto each card from the Cute As A Button stamp set.
My last step before assembling the cards was getting envelopes ready. I picked coordinating colors, put the back flap of each envelope into the Moroccan Circles embossing folder, and ran them through my die-cut machine.
I cut each panel down to two small rectangles, and used double-sided adhesive to attach the rectangles to the card bases. I added the words with glue to finish the cards.
I love how these cards turned out. And the embossed envelopes finish the set with a wonderful subtle touch. I hope I’ve given you new ideas on how to use your embossing folders. Thanks for stopping by!