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One Sheet Wonder

May 3, 2018

Recently I saw the most gorgeous set of cards made using a One Sheet Wonder which was shared by Dawn Bougette on a Facebook page I belong to where she shared a link to the template for the One Sheet Wonder.  Since I am trying to use up both my retired and soon to be retired Designer Series Paper I decided to create my own set of cards using one of the papers from the Delightful Daisy Designer Series paperI cut the paper following the template (or so I thought) but made a little mistake and so I only created eight cards instead of the 14 in the template.  I used the Daisy Delight stamp set to create the focal panels and flowers as well as for the “Thank you”.  I also used the Beautiful Bouquet stamp set for the “Happy Anniversary” and “Happy Birthday”.   The Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies and the Layering Ovals Framelits Dies helped me to create some of the image panels.  I used the Daisy Punch to create the flowers and the Triple Banner Punch where necessary to complete the greeting panels.  I used Old Olive, Daffodil Delight and Night of Navy inks for the images and greetings.  Since I had some designer series paper left over because of my “mistake”, I used the pieces to decorate the inside of the cards.

One Sheet Wonders are so much fun because they allow you to finish your cards in any manner you wish.  The set of cards Dawn shared only used a greeting with no image panels at all.  I hope I have inspired you to use some of your Designer Series Paper to create your own set of cards.  I also must say a special thanks to Kylie Bertucci for her Love it Chop it inspiration.

Bye for now,


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I can’t add the icon for the Delightful Daisy Designer Series paper item no. 144137 but you can view it here.


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