Hello crafty friends! Today I am sharing how I made 12 cards with a Scrapping for Less mini kit using my 6×6 One Sheet Wonder templates and sharing a new One Sheet Wonder template. In this blog post you can find one new 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. You will also find links to past templates that I will be using to complete my 12 cards for the kit. For more check out the video below:
I am sharing this Scrapping for Less mini kit because Teresa, the owner of Scrapping for Less, has decided to retire and is in the process of selling the inventory of her shop. Please head to this video to find out about this huge sale (30% off almost everything in the shop!). I have guest designed for Scrapping for Less in the past and Teresa asked past guest designers to share the sale, but did not ask for this video. I just wanted to share how you could apply my One Sheet Wonders to a kit and I really liked this mini kit from her shop.
This post and video is not sponsored but some affiliate links are used to support my blog and channel. Just to be clear I was not given this kit and I do not earn affiliate commission with Scrapping for Less, I just wanted to give you a heads up to a significant sale. (30% off almost everything)
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 #5 with measurements:
Here is the coordinating sketch for Template #5:
Important note: If you are using a mobile device (phone, tablet, iPad) you will need to press and hold the PDF link and you can choose to download the link as it will not open in the window.
Using Jess Crafts One Sheet Wonder Template #4 (Sketch flipped to landscape)
2 thoughts on “10+ Cards One Mini Kit featuring a One Sheet Wonder #5 and Scrapping for Less”
Another good one! It's nice to have these in my quick \”make-it-and-go\” collection. I find I'm using up more of my DSPs that I've set aside as not my favorites, too. Thanks for doing all the hard work for us. It was a good YT video, too. And, no, I don't mind a piece that MIGHT be usable being concealed under another layer.
Thanks for another great video, Jess.
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