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Hello crafty friend! Today I will share a No Scrap Paper Busting template to help you make a set of quick and easy cards with no scraps. You will cut up a sheet of 6.5×4.5 patterned paper to make a card without creating any scraps. This unique size of paper pad is found at Hobby Lobby and some DCWV pads. This is similar to a One Sheet Wonder but a traditional One Sheet Wonder makes a few different cards and is often done with 12×12 patterned paper, but my templates show how to make just one card from one sheet of 6.5×4.5 paper. (To the best of my knowledge, the One Sheet Wonder is a concept Stampin’ Up demonstrators have been using for years, so credit to them for the name and inspiration).
6.5×4.5 No Scrap Paper Busting Template #4 makes one card. You will use cardstock to mat the patterned paper pieces which will create some cardstock scraps. Make ‘fake foam tape,’ cut sentiment dies, or create mats for your next No Scrap Paper Busting card with these scraps. The template directs you how to cut your paper and the card sketch will show you how to assemble the cards. Of course, feel free to mix it up to your own liking.
No Scrap Paper Busting Template #4 with measurements:
Coordinating No Scrap Paper Busting card sketch for Template #4:
Click here to download the Paper Busting template and sketch as a PDF
Now it’s time for you to make your own Paper Busting cards! If you make and share cards with this template on Instagram be sure to tag me @jess.crafts so I can see your cute creations!
3 thoughts on “Paper Busting Template #4 for Hobby Lobby or DCWV 6.5 x 4.5 Paper”
Absolutely love the paper- so pretty.
I downloaded the clipart.I thought it would be a sheet of all of the illustrations.It’s not! How would i get them all on one page to print and cut out? I’d appreciate any help you can give. thanks. love your blog!
Thank you! I copy them into a document such as Google Docs or Word and then I arrange them to the size I would like and print them from there.
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