Sunday, April 26, 2020

NC SU Demos April Blog Hop - It's a Spring Thing


Welcome to the April NC SU Demos Blog Hop. Our theme this month is "It's a Spring Thing." I chose to share with you the One Sheet Wonder (OSW) cards that I created using two sheets of Designer Series Paper (DSP) from the Magnolia Lane DSP pack. Although I've done plenty of OSWs with templates I found online, this is the first time I've designed my own OSW template. My stamp clubs and I are creating these cards virtually this month. Anyone who placed, or places, a $35 or more order in April using the current hostess code (YDWNMQBA) will be sent the template and basic instructions via email.

Here are all 12 of the cards made with one sheet of DSP. I also made all of these cards with another DSP from the Magnolia Lane pack. While I don't have a group picture, they are all shown below.


I tried to keep the cards pretty basic with minimal supplies so that my stamp club members would have most of the supplies already. Since demonstrators are unable to provide stamped images to customers, I used a variety of sentiments from a variety of sets to give some ideas. Any sentiment that fits will work.

Many of these cards feature circles and ovals from the Stitched Shapes framelits. This card also has a strip of 3/4" Petal Pink cardstock.


 As you can see, I used the back side of one of the papers for a different look.



 I added some pearls to this card for some extra interest since there are fewer layers. It's a little hard to see on the background I used behind the cards, but the card base is Mellow Moss.


This card also has a Mellow Moss base.


 The template gives 2 triangle shaped pieces, so stampers can make 2 of the same card or rotate the triangle for a different look.


This card also has a Mellow Moss base that's kind of hard to see.



 Just cut a V shape out of the end of a rectangle to make the pennants. I usually use my ruler to mark the center of the cardstock piece so both sides end up even. This is particularly helpful when layering pennants.


 I added an extra layer to the card on the left, otherwise these cards are the same.



Magnolia Lane DSP is on the Last Chance List, and it's discounted, so be sure to get your pack before it's gone. There's also a 20 pack of Magnolia Lane DSP that just has the 2 sheets used on my cards on the Last Chance List.

Sentiments on these cards came from Beautiful Bouquet, Butterfly Gala, Dandelion Wishes, Good Morning Magnolia, Itty Bitty Greetings, Rooted In Nature, and Varied Vases. Don't feel limited in your sentiment selection. You don't always have to use a sentiment with the stamps it came with.

Thanks for visiting my blog and joining our blog hop. Next up is 
Amy Kinler with another Spring themed project.



6 comments:

Toni Campana said...

Sue, I love your OSW. I think I’m going to put one together for my next monthly virtual class. It’s tough not being able to do face to face right now, I’m challenged (as are we all!) to come up with other options. And I think this technique would be perfect!

Amy said...

Love the cards and your use of the DSP. Making sure we do not lose a single precious piece. OSW is the best.

Jo Anne Hewins said...

Great cards Sue. And a great use of our DSP. I agree with what Toni said in her comment. We are all challenged right now.

Ariel said...

Sue - I love that you used the Magnolia DSP - this is one of my favorite sets and is perfect anytime for any reason. Clever to follow a one-sheet-wonder type of pattern for your customers. Love them all!!

Crafty Sue said...

Sue this is a wonderful display of what can be acheived with just one sheet os DSP. Beautiful!
Sue Stapp

Laurie Meier said...

I am truly amazed at the number of beautiful cards that you were able to get from one sheet of DSP. And, I really don't know which one is my favorite. Cards from a OSW are a great way to stamp virtually with a group right now. Thanks so much for sharing!

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