Hello Greeting Cards

Hello Greeting Cards

Hi friends, welcome to another WOW! Tuesday blog! And… before we get started I’d love to pause a second (To send Good Vibes hoping, that April brings you lots of lots of Blessings.) So that being said let’s continuing with the blog, as you know by now that we have a Brand New Challenge at the WOW! Facebook Page. April’s challenge theme it’s “Pastels” and I/We would like you to play along with us, as each challenge winner will receive a gift $15.00 Voucher to the WOW! online store. In order to participate all you need to do is ➝ follow the Monthly Challenge Theme as an inspiration to create one of the followings for your submissions:
— Card
— Scrapbook Layout
— Tag
Or any type of paper crafting project/mixed media of your preference that features a WOW! Embossing Products. Submissions must be enter by April 30th at 9PM PST. (Please do not enter more than 3 entries per person) So without further ado, keep on reading the post ↓


To begin with I started by adding texture to the card panel, and for that I ran through my Fiskars Paper Crimper a piece of Neenah 80lb white card stock 2X that measured H6’’ X W5’’ as the paper crimper kind of shrink the paper once it creates the creases in the paper. Once the card panels were textured I rubed the clear embossing ink pad without being extremely careful as I was going for a distress look, once each card panel had the ink embossing on it I blue heat embossed them by applying Pastel Glacier Mint embossing powder. Soon after, they were heat embossed I trimmed them down to a smaller size than a standard A2 size card panel,and I set them aside.


In the meanwhile, I ran through the die cutting machine 2 of the Bella Flora dies along with white card stock to create the floral images for the cards. I love so much these dies as they also have the shadow layer which I also used to die cut them from velum. At this point I realized that the dies also included a Hello die along with its shadow layer, so I went ahead and die cut the hello 3X out of white card stock as I wanted to add dimension, and its layer from velum. Once I had all the die cutting done I adhered them all to their shadow layer with spray adhesive as I wanted a clean & simple look without the glue showing throughout the velum.


As for the cards layouts I made a Portrait and a landscape layout, so what I did was to adhere the floral image along with the hello to each sides of each card as you can see in the picture above. Then I adhered the card panels with foam mounting tape to a side folding white card base, because I wanted to keep them pretty simple. Last but not least I wrapped around to each card panel metallic embroidery thread in silver color which I finished with a tied bow to finish the cards off, I adhered sequins here and there to each card for a touch of sparkle.

I hope these card inspire you to give the challenge a try, as always I appreciate the time you take to read my blog posts. Down below you’ll find the supply list for all the products used in this post, as a referral from where they were received or purchased from.

Thank you and happy crafting, your time is valuable.
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All photography provided by Yasmin Diaz

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I am creating this blog with the purpose of sharing how I design my cards, the information provided here is base in my own opinion and creativity. I am not an expert by any means, and I only share the way that I design my cards. All of the products used for this blog post were personally purchased by me. However, I did received all of the WOW! Embossing Powder product used in this blog .
— Keep in mind that all of the referral links were added for you to know from where I purchased the items from as all of the products shared, and mentioned in my blog posts are simply because I use, and truly love them.