I found that it embossed on various weights of cardstock successfully. I also embossed on thin paper and this was okay (see red above), but I would suggest putting a piece of scrap paper over your paper to avoid risking the fibres breaking. It is possible to cut out the greetings, and if the size is to big.....you can cut them down and replace the lines using your scoreboard - I did this on the gold tag above.
Now I had a gold tag - what to do with it? Well I found in the cupboard (as you do) sometimes (ah ah) a die that I'd just had to buy and never used....
it's from Joy Crafts.
Some of the dies on the market although lovely, are a bit fiddly to stick on your project, so I use the same method I use for cutting alphabets
and stick double sided tape on the back of my card before cutting.
this is how they look together.
At this point this is all I can reveal....it's part of a card for EIDT....the rest will follow shortly.
I'm finding this DT business very inspiring at a time when I needed something to stimulate my mojo, and although it seems that I'm not posting ideas for you, I'm actually doing a lot of interesting crafting working on new stamps soon to be launched. As you know I've always liked EI stamps, but the new ones are pushing me out of my comfort zone and I'm loving it and can't wait to share them with you.
Back soon, enjoy your day!