Card examples of one sheet wonder 1 and 2

6×6 One Sheet Wonder Templates #1 and #2

Hello crafty friends! Today I am sharing how to use up 6×6 patterned papers without creating any patterned paper scraps. A friend shared that this style of cardmaking can be referred to as a one sheet wonder. I\’m not sure who originated the style, as I have seen many crafters refer to it, but please let me know if I should be crediting a specific crafter. Today I am sharing two different ways to cut up a 6×6 piece of paper that will result in 2 of the exact same card. I am using cardstock to mat the patterned paper pieces which will create some cardstock scraps. In the video, I share some ideas of what to do with those scraps. 
 
In this blog post you can find a template for how to cut your paper as well as a sketch to show what should be done with those cuts. Of course feel free to mix it up to your own liking and if you share on Instagram please tag @jess.crafts and use the hashtag #jcosw so I can see your creations!
 
 
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Please let me know if you find this helpful and would like to see more. It\’s a fun challenge and I love working with patterned paper!
 
Here is Template #1 with measurements:
 
6x6 One Sheet Wonder Cutting Template #1 by Jess Crafts
 
Here is the coordinating sketch for Template #1:
 
Card Sketch for One Sheet Wonder #1 by Jess Crafts
 
Here is an example card for Template #1:
Card from One Sheet Wonder Template #1 by Jess Crafts
 
Here is Template #2 with measurements:
 
6x6 One Sheet Wonder Cutting Template #2 by Jess Crafts
 
Here is the coordinating sketch for Template #2 with measurements:
 
Card Sketch for One Sheet Wonder #2 by Jess Crafts

Click here to download template and sketch as a PDF

Here is an example card for Template #2:

Card from One Sheet Wonder Template #2 by Jess Crafts

7 thoughts on “6×6 One Sheet Wonder Templates #1 and #2”

  1. Your card sketches are a great help for recreating these wonderful ideas. Thanks so much for adding the diversity to your stamps. There's so little of that in the Stamping world. L[ve the afro puffs!!!

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