One Sheet Wonder with Stampin’ Up! Petal Promenade

Wowsers for the first time of attempting the one sheet wonder method I am so pleased with how it turned out! For those of you who are wondering what the heck I am talking about, let me divulge. One sheet wonder is a term given to a batch of cards using the same, traditionally 12×12, designer series paper. 

The paper is cut in such a way that there is little to no wastage and all cards coordinate to form a set. These can then be kept on hand to send out yourself or to gift to someone else.

I decided to start small and use a 6×6 piece of paper from the most recent Ugly Bug Crafty Club, in that kit we had some notecards and envelopes which I decided to use too. 

The diagram and dimentions I used to cut my designer series paper

I started with a piece of 6×6 copy paper and measured out different shapes/areas of the paper to use on each card. Of course it would have been quite simple to replicate the same card design but I quite like it when they are all different.

I used the crochet trim and the pink metalic thread, also part of the most recent kit, to add a bit of fancy on a couple of the cards and the stamp set to add sentiments. If you did not chose the add on stamp set then you can replace the sentiments with any you have on hand.

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