Saturday, August 2, 2008

One Sheet Wonder - finally!

A while back (a loooong while back *g*) I wrote a post about the mess I made trying out the One Sheet Wonder pattern. At last I have the cards back (after their debut at the Craft & Quilt show last weekend) and have scanned them for your viewing pleasure.

The first scan is of the entire sheet before it is cut up ... as you can see it's not a difficult thing to make at all. The hard part comes later when you're trying to get ten cards using the same colours and stamps to look individual. Which is why I chose to use stamps from other sets to accentuate each card so they are all very different from each other.

Please excuse the colours in the following scans ... despite the visual evidence, they do all use the same colours as noted below.

So, in no particular order, here are the final results:









































Images © 1990-2008 Stampin' Up!®

Supplies used:

Stamp sets: Bud Basics, Always, Much Appreciated, One of a Kind, Warm Words, Heartfelt Thanks, Baroque Motifs, Seeing Spots, Be Happy, Canvas, Happiness and Paisley
Stampin' Around Wheels: Basic Outline (Jumbo), Rough Texture (Jumbo), Baroque Border
Ink:
Rose Red, Regal Rose, Certainly Celery, Old Olive and Basic Black ink
Cardstock:
Rose Red, Regal Rose, Certainly Celery, Old Olive and Whisper White
Stampin' Up! Punches: Small Oval, Large Oval, 1-1/4" Circle, 1-3/8" Circle, Scallop Circle, Tag, 1-1/4" Square
Other: Certainly Celery ribbon

1 comment:

Lita said...

WOW - fantastic!! I need to give this a try myself! Consider your samples cased!

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