Cutfile Cards and Envelops | Angela Tombari

Hi everyone! Angela here with you today sharing my latest project featuring Hip Kit Club exclusive October cut-files.



I created a couple of cards to give to two of my dearest friends for their birthday. I used the October cut-files, the Leaf Wreath and the Loose Leaves. I cut them with my Silhouette Cameo reducing their dimensions so they can fit into my cards.



For the base of both cards, I used two pieces of Bazzil Marshmallow cardstock, one piece is 6 inches square and the other is 6 x 5 inches. I wanted to play a bit with my September Color Kit creating my unique background. I started using the Heidi Swapp stencil with modelling paste and then colored the cards with Lindy’s Gang Magicals.



Using a metal die, I cut a circle on the square card and placed the Leaf Wreath cut-file around. Underneath the hole I placed a piece of Perfectly Imperfect paper by Dear Lizzy and then embellished with bits and pieces from the September kits.



Here, I also used a few of the Loose Leaves. To back the leaves I used one of the two Truly Grateful Swatch Book. It is perfect for the job because it’s colorful and papers have teeny patterns.



The second card is opposite the first. In fact, I used the circle I cut at the beginning to create a clear focal point. Then, I decorated as before, using flowers, Loose Leaves cut-files and a banner die-cut from Truly Grateful for the sentiment.

Usually, I don’t use envelops, unless I have to send the card. Since these are so precious and delicate, I decided to create two envelops using the white vellum from Bazzil. This is a gorgeous product, I am totally in love with it. It is sturdy like cardstock and allows to see through, to guess the inside.


That’s all for today. Thank you so much for stopping by. I hope you liked the cards and feel inspired to create with the beautiful September kits.





1 thought on “Cutfile Cards and Envelops | Angela Tombari

  1. these cards are really amazing … I love the way you used cut files and the vellum on the top…. great job dear friend. 🙂

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