I know you all love my One Sheet Wonders as much as I do! It is a great way to make A LOT of cards quickly and with your favorite Designer Series Paper. This sheet that I used above from the It’s My Party Designer Series Paper Stack is AMAZING. I started screaming the moment I saw it and knew I needed to save it for a special project. The One Sheet Wonder Technique is perfect because there is very little leftover and I can use both sides! I got all 14 of these cards out of one sheet of 12″ x 12″ Paper.
These 6 cards were all created with the 5-1/2 pieces! Some of them I added a layer of cardstock in Whisper White, Melon Mambo or Crushed Curry. The greetings are from the Tin of Cards Stamp Set! I went with basic greetings for this! I added some Whisper White Baker’s Twine, Crushed Curry Baker’s Twine and Whisper White Cotton Ribbon to a few of them!
I love the little squares and think they look super fun! You could always leave them in a strip and use it like the samples above! The Hello greeting on the far left is from the Watercolor Wishes Stamp Set!
These 2 cards use the largest piece (4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″) and I ripped it diagonally! Love the bright colors.Here is the template that I use. I always like to modify it up and have fun with it. On these cards, I didn’t cut off each of those little slivers on the second row. Also, I cut the top gray portion into 2 pieces measuring 5-1/2″ x 2″. That is how I got the full 14 cards!
I love how you can create quick and simple cards with just a few colors of cardstock, 1 sheet of Designer Paper, your favorite greeting set and some embellishments!
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Let me know which Designer Series Paper you can’t wait to try this technique out with in the comments below! Stay tuned as I have another set of cards coming soon using paper from the Birthday Bouquet Pack!
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