I recently shared a One Sheet Wonder set of cards. You can read all about that HERE. But then I was challenged to do another One Sheet Wonder. This one that was cut differently and made 9 cards instead of 12. So….I accepted the challenge. This is the diagram I used of how to cut the the 12” x 12” piece of paper.
This was posted on the Demonstrator Planning Place page on Facebook and I also saw it on someone’s website, so not sure of the exact originator. You can see that I made a few red marks on the cutting layout for Card #4. I actually changed that so that I could do a little different layout for that card so I could use the “tag” piece. See that small 2” x 2” piece in the lower right hand corner marked “tag’? I decided to use that 2” x 2” square as part of a my #4 card instead of it being more “what do I do with it?” leftover piece.
For my 12” x 12” piece of paper, I chose this piece from the Share What You Love Specialty Designer Series Paper. It’s flowery on one side and the other side is a nice contrast of stripes in shades of Berry Burst and Rich Razzleberry
And here is a group picture of the nine cards I made. I added some background cardstock to make the paper “pop” a little more, plus some ribbon and ovals & circles for my sentiments, and I threw on a few sparkly embellishments too. We like to get dressed up when we go out….why shouldn’t our cards get dressed up to go out too?
And to give you a better look, check out these pictures.
Now it’s your turn! If you are reading this, I challenge you to create cards of your own with this One Sheet Wonder!
What? You need supplies? I know just where you can get them….in my online Stampin Up store. Click on the link below and please use the Host Code that is found in the side bar when you are checking out! I’ll send you a nice surprise if you do!
P.S. I need better lighting inside my house. If you have eagle eyes then you noticed that one of the cards in the group picture is upside down! I was trying to take the picture before it started raining….and it’s still raining, so I can’t retake it….so upside down it is!