Tuesday, October 9, 2012

One Sheet Wonder Card Set - part 2



The rest of the seven cards I created from the One Sheet Wonder diagram I made
for the Papercrafts magazine blog tour 
celebrating World Card Making Day.




SUPPLIES used to make the decorative paper, all from Stampin' Up! unless otherwise noted:



Card stock: Naturals, Really Rust, More Mustard, Chocolate Chip



Lovely Leaves stamp set



All Year Cheer stamp set



Itty Bitty Backgrounds stamp set



Inks: Really Rust, More Mustard, Chocolate Chip, Creamy Caramel, gold metallic









5 1/2" x 1 1/2" strip 
I cut the triangle out with a pair of scissors,
but you cold use a square punch.

Run the rust colored card stock through the
Square Lattice Embossing folder.
Lightly sponge the edges with Chocolate Chip ink.
Run the More Mustard card stock through the
Designer Frames oval embossing folder.
Lightly rub on Chocolate Chip ink if desired
(maybe I should have used some of the gold ink......)
Tear a piece of chocolate mulberry paper to layer underneath.
Ink up the stamp from Holidays and Wishes stamp set with markers.
Stamp on  naturals card stock and
punch out an XL oval punch.
Use a paper piercer to poke small holes under the sentiment.



three 1 1/2" by 3 1/2" pieces of card stock
Layer onto a piece of More Mustard card stock.
Distress the edges of the mustard card stock.
I used twine to wrap around the card;
you could use linen thread, raffia, ribbon.






The cards above and below are created from a 
5 1/2" piece by 5" piece of card stock that I tore in half.



The scrunched ribbon was made by gathering the ribbon together
and sticking it down on sticky strip tape I had already applied to the card.
I lightly sponged a bit of gold paint around the edges of this card.
Use a cropodile to punch through the ribbon and card stock so you can stick a brad in.



I layered three punches for the tag on the lower card:
Word Window
Modern Label
Designer Label large
The sentiment is from the Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set

Thanks for looking =)

1 comment:

  1. Still 'oohhing' and 'aahhing' over these cards!! Wonderful color choices and beautiful designs!

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