Last week Ann did a One Sheet Wonder on our Weekday Live Stream. She shared two of the projects and the video in this post.
That was all that she made. She put the other pieces in a little pile and then Friday night, she grabbed one.
You see, you don’t have to make all the cards from the One Sheet Wonder at the same time. Keep them in a special spot. This is what she came up with.
Now, just like with the other piece, she did a little bit of alterations to this piece too.
She cut it diagonally and then she decided that she wanted an extra layer.
So then she cut a 1/16″ of an inch off of each side of the diagonal cut. You can see in this picture how she lined up the edge in the trimmer.
Just remember: There’s no rule in the One Sheet Wonder Law Book that you can’t continue to alter the pieces after you’ve cut them.
We didn’t list the supplies in the original post, but we did show the video so you would know how to make the cuts. It’s a great way to make lots of cards that are different but have the same color scheme.
Remember that you save 10% when you bundle the stamp set and dies together in the same purchase.
One Sheet Wonder Card Making Supplies
We want to express our deeply felt thanks for supporting our small business, especially during the current health climate. We’re hoping that you’ll make time for crafts and making cards at this time and always.
NOTE: The Stitched So Sweetly Dies are not available right now but should be soon.