One sheet wonder

Discover the magic of one sheet wonder technique for paper crafting. Get inspired with top ideas to create beautiful and unique projects using just one sheet of paper.
Layout, Tela, Workshop, Quilts, Cardmaking, Patchwork, Folded Cards, Scrapbook Cards, Card Making Templates

A great way to use your pretty papers I will be sharing with you a super cool way to make cards using your pretty papers to the max. There are many ways of using these "One Sheet Wonder" templates and surely you could find many. I went ahead and made one of my own and I am loving it. What is 'One Sheet Wonder' One Sheet Wonders are just templates that show you how to cut your pretty papers -usually sized 12" x 12"- in order to make several cards or projects with it. OSW Template 1 Why ONE…

Jeane Fuller
Cardmaking, Stampin' Up! Cards, Origami, Patchwork, Scrapbook Cards, Card Making Templates, Card Making, Stampin Up Cards, Card Making Techniques

Here's a great way to make up to 14 cards using one sheet of 12" x 12" Designer Series Paper (One Sheet Wonder). Here's a couple photos of all the cards made using 2 different patterns of the Magnolia Lane Designer Series Paper. This first set are the cards we made in the video tutorial. The next set of card were made earlier in the week using another pattern of the DSP. Here's the video: Here's the pattern to cut your 12" x 12" designer series paper. Supplies used: Good Mor

Shelley Anderson
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Card #13 Card #14 I had a request to post a picture of all of these cards together so after I scheduled this post, I took a picture of 13. I've already used one but it pretty much the same layout as the first one in the second row. It was a "Thank You" card that I sent along with a customer's order. And now you have been able to see all 14 cards made from one sheet of 12 x 12 designer paper. The only wasted piece measured 1/4" x 1 1/4". In total I have done nearly 40 cards using this method…

Karen Beaupre