Saturday, 8 July 2017

One Sheet Wonders

While I was at my recent craft weekend one of the make and takes was a One Sheet Wonder. The basis of a One Sheet Wonder is to use one sheet of patterned paper along with some plain cardstock and make a number of cards by cutting the patterned paper into lots of different shapes and sizes. This also shows that you don't need a lot of products to be able to make lots of different cards.

My lovely teammate Heidi came up with all the calculations for this and we all had instructions and cardstock to make 14 cards.

I had done all of the cutting out at but only  managed to complete all the cards yesterday. As I had all my own crafty stuff around me I managed to jazz some of them up a little.

Paperjay Crafts, one sheet wonder, Berry Burst 1

These are just a few of them, you can make so many different cards depending on the stamp sets you have.


I used the Happiest of Days Stamp Set to make this one and finished it off with a little Bitty Bow. It went off in the post yesterday to a friend for her birthday.

There are lots of instructions for these projects around...why not have a try !

Happy Stampin

Laurie x


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6 comments:

  1. Where is the sheet for how to cut the paper?

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    1. I didn't design this I'm afraid. It was a project at a craft weekend and designed by Heidi Smith at Flutterbyheidi.wordpress.com

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  2. Wish I'd known you dont need lots od product years ago!! Love this idea, super card, lucky Joan!

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    1. I know !!! why did we buy it all ??? Lol x

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  3. These look really lovely finished off Laurie x

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    1. Thanks Verity, changed a few up and have a few ideas for one of my own ! x

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