One Sheet…

many cards!

Hi!  How are you?  I have been playing around the last few days with the One Sheet Wonder technique.  There are a few ways to do it – you can stamp your one sheet or you can use a sheet of Designer Series Paper.  I chose a sheet from the Birthday Bouquet Designer Series Paper pack and cut it up following a template I found on Splitcoast Stampers that allows me to make 12 different cards.  I really love this idea, as it allows you to showcase both sides of the paper.  Today I am sharing 3 of the cards with you.

First up – this side weave card.  Just 4 little strips needed – and you can use both sides of the paper!  I added some butterflies and my greeting is from Crazy About You.   I really love the soft look of this designer paper – the colors are just gorgeous together.

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On this next card – I liked the idea of creating a “window” for the sentiment.  I embellished with the same style butterfly as in my previous card – couldn’t resist – I thought it was too pretty not to use again.

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My final card, I decided to add another piece of Designer Paper – this from the Subtles Designer Paper Stack – I really love the sheet with the words.  I did brayer Blushing Bride ink over the words to mute them.  The sentiment for this card came from the Fabulous Four set.  A little ribbon and an In Color embellishment and there you have it.  Three cards of the 12 using one sheet of Designer Paper.

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Hope you enjoyed today’s creations!

Teresa

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