Last week we shared our pretty watercolor aloha greeting cards, so of course we had to follow up with some matching mahalo greeting cards! As much as we all wish we could take a vacation to Hawaii, these tropical cards will have to do for now. These cards were inspired by a reader suggestion and we are so grateful! She wanted a pretty blank card that she could use to send to her customers, so hopefully this will do the trick 😉
These mahalo greeting cards have a matching design to the aloha cards, featuring the watercolor palm leaves and the bold brushstroke gold lettering. Just as with the aloha cards, there are two choices in color. The first card has the simple black and gold color scheme, while the second card has a pretty plum purple and azure blue color scheme with gold lettering. These cards also come with a selection of matching envelope liners. Find the black polka dot liner and the plum polka dot liner in the same download with the mahalo greeting cards. These cards can be printed onto any kind of paper, but 8.5 x 11 white card stock will work best. For the envelope liners, I would recommend printing onto regular printer paper so that they will be easy to fold into your envelopes.
When printed and cut, these cards are A7 sized. Because these mahalo greeting cards are blank on the inside, you will be able to use them for any occasion that warrants a “thank you.” Find a pretty envelope at any craft or stationery store to mail these cards to your loved ones! We paired ours with a tropical teal color, but you can choose any color that complements the cards. If you are looking for other thank you cards, browse our entire collection here. Cheers! ~ Lia
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“Mahalo” means Thank you?
Pretty nice design and colors, same as “Aloha” Cards. Did you do a “material” print (stamping with natural material: leaves, fruit etc.) i.e. paint the leaves and print them on paper (next steps via PC and illustrating/ graphic software? I use this technic on fabrics
Yes, mahalo means “thank you”. Our illustrator created the illustrations with Copic markers and scanned them into the computer to create the final design. Stamping sounds like a fun technique that we will have to try soon! 🙂