One Sheet Wonder Frosted Floral Stampin' Up!

 

It’s One Sheet Wonder Time!

 

What’s One Sheet Wonder, you may ask?  It’s making as many cards as you can from ONE sheet of patterned or Designer Series Paper (DSP).

Stamping and cardmaking doesn’t have to be expensive, as some people might think.  When you purchase a stamp set, you can use it over and over again and by using every strip or scrap of paper, you can make your cardstock and patterned paper go far!

I was able to create TWELVE cards using just one sheet of DSP.

 

Not including the cost of the stamp set (which, as mentioned, I’ll use over and over), the cost of the supplies was just $4.00!  To create 12 cards!  That’s waaay less expensive that buying greeting cards in the store.

Now I have a dozen beautiful cards to send for several occasions. 

For the patterned paper, I used one sheet from Stampin’ Up!’s Frosted Florals.

One Sheet Wonder Frosted Floral Stampin' Up!

The Abstract Impressions stamp set is simply gorgeous and includes quite a few sentiments including Thank You, Kindness Changes Everything, There’s So Much to Love About You, So Happy About Your Happy News and If Flowers Were Hugs I’d Send You a Thousand.

When I sat down to create these, I did so with a new stamper in mind and used limited supplies. There’s nothing fancy about these cards, but they will touch each recipient.  Who doesn’t love to receive a handcrafted card with a personal note inside?

Supplies Used in This One Sheet Wonder:

Product List

 

If you’d like to learn how to create your own One Sheet Wonder and have a dozen (or more!) cards on hand with just one sheet of patterned paper and limited supplies, comment below or email me at Sue@soinkingcute.com – I’ll let you know when One Sheet Wonder will be offered as an online class!

Rubber Hugs and Inky Fingers,

Sue

 

 

 

6 Comments

6 Comments on One Sheet Wonder Creating 12 Beautiful Cards From One Sheet

  1. since I enjoy making Christmas cards every year, this would be a terrific way to make them. Looking forward to learning how

    • it’s so fun to see how many different designs you can make from one sheet of patterned paper! Have fun with it. Thank you for stopping by!

  2. Love the cards. Would it be possible to have the template you used? I would like to make some of my own.
    OSWs are among my most favourite things to do!

    • Hi, Deb – I don’t use a template – I just created as I went along. Sorry that I can’t provide more detail 🙂 Feel free to copy!

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