Hello crafty friends! Today I am sharing how to use up 6×6 patterned papers without creating any scraps. This method is similar to the idea of a One Sheet Wonder and I will refer to them in that way since it makes sense to many crafters. To the best of my knowledge, the One Sheet Wonder is a concept Stampin’ Up demonstrators have been using for years and so credit to them for the name and inspiration of the idea. Today I am sharing how 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 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. Today’s post is a revamp of a past one sheet wonder. I created a new sketch so go with an old template so now you will have two card layouts to choose from.
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Here is Template #9 with measurements:
Here is the NEW alternate coordinating sketch for Template #9:
Here is an example card for Template #9:
This card was created with the new Spellbinders Christmas Traditions collection. This paper pad is a great choice is you want a mix of simple patterns for stamping sentiments but the festive detail of foiling on other papers. Also a great collection for those who love a bit of pink at Christmas time.