One Sheet Wonder Part 2

Yesterday I shared the One Sheet Wonder Technique with you all! You can check it out here! Here are a few more samples! One Sheet Wonder,

Once I had stamped all of the One Sheet of cardstock with the Daydream Medallion Stamps and cut up the pieces for each card, then I stamped and die-cut the flower pieces for all of the cards with the Floral Frames Framelits. Then I worked on the assembly part! Many of the cards have the added texture and color by brushing Baked Brown Sugar on the edges with a Sponge Dauber! Also, you will notice there are LOTS of banners so I stamped and cut out all of my banner tips too! TIP: When cutting your banner tips, its best to cut up in the middle (of the end of the paper) and then cut from the corner diagonally to that cut. This will make your banner tips equal length. Of course the sample on the right here is off. I made my original greeting banner with the tip above and then assembled that with the ribbon and just cut the Crisp Cantaloupe with an edge.One Sheet Wonder,

I love how the card on the left is so simple with the One Sheet Wonder piece on the bottom and some stamping on the card and then ribbon! TIP: Sticky Strip works best with the Ruffled Ribbon because it holds strong! These 3 cards were my favorites!!!

One Sheet Wonder,

I hope you have enjoyed these cards and this technique!

Happy Stampin’


5 thoughts on “One Sheet Wonder Part 2

  1. My daughter and I went to Laura’s workshop on this technique. It was a lot of fun and the items we made turned out great. I’ve used this technique for a scrapbook page and it actually looks like patterned paper, so it can be made to fit a specific theme or color combination.

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