One Sheet Wonder technique

Good Morning!  Well I hope that everyone is staying dry and warm on this rainy April Friday. 100_9125e_edited-1 Tonight is Bring Your Own Project Night which I host monthly in my Creative Playground. For those of you that don’t have a project to work on, I have put together a card kit using the Stamp Set Mixed Bunch (my favorite floral set from the main catalog) and the in-colors.   Yesterday I posted a couple of cards that I had designed using Mixed Bunch and the One Sheet Wonder technique. I used Mary Jo’s sketch challenge to make the Third card. ScreenHunter_83 Mar. 27 08.13 Here is Mary Jo’s sketch. the One Sheet Wonder technique is a fun way to make your designer paper.  A great technique for backgrounds on cards or scrapbook pages. To make this technique, select a stamp set and your desired colors of ink.  I used Summer Starfruit, Daffodi Delight, Calypso Coral, Lucky Limeaid and Indigo Island.  You randomly stamp a sheet of cardstock with the images.  Your sheet will start to look like a sheet of wallpaper. 100_9127 You then use your sheet of stamped cardstock as you would a piece of designer paper.   I added a couple of rhinestone crystals to the petals and center of the flower.  the ribbon is the daffodil delight stitched grosgrain ribbon.     I hope to see you tonight at Bring Your Own Project Night! 100_9126e_edited-1

About Marilyn SanClemente

I am Marilyn SanClemente an avid paper crafter and Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. I love to make handmade cards, stationery and scrapbooks and teach others about my passion.

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  1. Awesome job, this is a great sketch to stretch the one sheet wonder, I so love doing those. I love your color combo too. So glad you played along with my sketch challenge this week! Thanks.

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