Why Is A Hybrid Embossing Folder All The Rage? 3 Christmas Card Ideas

If you haven’t tried a hybrid embossing folder you’re in for a treat. Emboss, cut and create 3 beautiful cards with the Merriest Moments bundle. This embossing folder and the dies can work together in so many different ways!

It’s amazing…. and I know you will love the different looks of this.

Don’t miss the video on this hybrid embossing folder –I make a couple of cards, give you tons of tips and then show you several other Christmas card options too!


Hybrid Embossing Folder: The Merriest Moments Mean Beautiful Christmas Cards!

There are so many different ways to use the Hybrid Embossing Folder with the dies. What a great folder! Making beautiful Christmas cards is super easy with this option and I love that this embossing folder can give you 3 different looks. You can use the same hybrid embossing folder and get multiple unique-looking cards!

Don’t miss a second of this video or else you’ll miss options and tips I share.

Wow–that was a lot because the hybrid embossing folder offers so much! This bundle is easier to use than it may appear and you can always review the video again (or rewind and pause where needed).

Which of these hybrid embossing folder cards was your favorite? I’d love to hear!!

Hybrid Embossing Folder: Featured Card


I started “BIG” with the first card; it has quite a few layers, a bit over the top–but it’s NOT hard. Just takes a few steps. I just had to show you the glory of this awesome hybrid embossing folder up front!



  • Card Base – Basic White: 4 1/4″ x 11″
  • Basic White Embossed Layer (not cut): 4″ x 5 1/4″ (I started at 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″, embossed, then trimmed down)
  • Scrap for Embossed/Cut Layer – Basic White: 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″
  • Inside:
    • Evening Evergreen: 5 1/8″ x 3 7/8″
    • Basic White: 5″ x 3 3/4″

The tricky part is figuring out in what order to do things. (make sure to watch the video for the best explanation)

  1. Use die to cut out “shape” (first picture above)
  2. Insert this piece into the embossing folder, making sure to line up
  3. Run through Cut & Emboss Machine – now this piece is cut and embossed! (middle picture above)

To complete the card, I also embossed the 4″ x 5 1/4″ layer (with no cutting) and adhere that to the card front. Then the piece that I cut & embossed was layered over it.

And finally, stamp the images on a scrap of Basic White and cut out with dies, and adhere.

I know that sounds like a lot, but the video will make it seem much easier.

Hybrid Embossing Folder Card Version 2

This card is very similar to the first, but a bit different. It does not have the “cut out/embossed” layer.



  • Card Base – Basic White: 4 1/4″ x 11″ (or 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″)
  • Basic White Embossed Layer (not cut): 3 3/4″ x 5″ (I started at 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″, embossed, then trimmed down)
  • Evening Evergreen: 5 1/8″ x 3 7/8″

I kept this card really clean and used only the embossed layer. The embossed layer is popped up using dimensionals and then the greeting layer is down inside the “frame.” Another beautiful look with these products.


You’ll be sad if you don’t grab this hybrid embossing folder while you can. This will be the star of your handmade Christmas cards this year for sure!

Even More Options With The Hybrid Embossing Folders:


The options for using the hybrid embossing folder are endless. The tricky part is sometimes knowing how to layer and the order to do things with the embossing folder and dies.

But….I have a “cheat sheet” for you. You can download this document where I show you the order to cut and emboss for all different layering options.

I hope you liked the projects and learned some tips today. These products are not hard–they just take a little bit more time and knowing what order to do things in. But they are gorgeous and amazing. If you’d like to order them, just click the button below to go directly to my online store.

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Why Is A Hybrid Embossing Folder All The Rage? 3 Christmas Card Ideas