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Easiest One Sheet Wonder Ever

Everybody needs to know what I consider the EASIEST One Sheet Wonder EVER!!! It's a simple 6" x 6" One Sheet Wonder that makes 3 cards and can be used with just about any size stamped sentiments or images. You are going to LOVE it, so watch my video demonstration, then give it a try. The cards I demonstrate feature the Happiest of Birthdays Stamp Sets (one of my favorites for birthday cards) and Pacific Point DSP from the 6" x 6" Designer Series Paper Pack.

Cutting Dimensions:

  • Cut 6" x 6" DSP at 2".
  • Cut 1/2" off the 2" x 6" strip.
  • Turn the 4" x 6" piece to the horizontal/landscape position. Cut in half at 3" to make two 3" x 4" pieces. 
  • Cut Basic White card stock 2 1/4" x 5 1/2" to layer DSP strip on.
  • Cut 2 pieces of Basic White card stock 3 1/4" x 4 1/4" to layer the other two DSP pieces on.
  • Card base = 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", score & fold at 4 1/4".

Stampin' Up! Happiest of Birthdays Stamp Set - Mary Knabe
Stampin' Up! Happiest of Birthdays Stamp Set - Mary Knabe
Stampin' Up! Happiest of Birthdays Stamp Set - Mary Knabe
Stampin' Up! Happiest of Birthdays Stamp Set - Mary Knabe
Stampin' Up! Happiest of Birthdays Stamp Set - Mary Knabe
Stampin' Up! Happiest of Birthdays Stamp Set - Mary Knabe
Stampin' Up! Happiest of Birthdays Stamp Set - Mary Knabe

To add a little more interest to these cards, add a layer of embossed card stock as I did on the cards below. I used the Tasteful Textile 3D Embossing Folder, my most used embossing folder. I like the subtle texture it provides.

Stampin' Up! Happiest of Birthdays Stamp Set - Mary Knabe (9)
Stampin' Up! Happiest of Birthdays Stamp Set - Mary Knabe (9)

Stampin' Up! products used - Click on any link below to be directed to my online store or contact me to order.

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Hilda Burton

Beautiful cards, Mary. We all need masculine cards. Enjoy your day!

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