I had a leaving card to make for a colleague and I'd just bought one of the Spellbinder D-Lites ™. Putting two and two together - I got to play with my new toy and have a card ready for a friend. The Medallion One die is in two parts - the fancy middle and the scalloped outline. You can make a fancy hole in a big space, a large-scalloped hole or combine the two and make a scalloped medallion. Unfortunately, you can't fit three in line in a "tall" card. Still, one in the middle is good.
- it takes a bunch of text and arranges the words with words used more
often being larger than words not used as much (a bit like a tag cloud
for anyone who knows, but the words can be vertical as well as
horizontal. As it doesn't remember the text you put in, it's worth
creating your text in Notepad or similar and copy/pasting it into the
web app. I put in the name of the friend, repeated many times, and
variations on "goodbye" and "thank you" with fewer repeats and then
played around with the options until I got to a Wordle I liked. I then
printed it to a pdf so I could put it on the liner of my card so the
words peep through the medallion.