I started these cards months ago. I'm easing my way back into stamping by finishing up projects that have been lingering on my desk. I made 40 cards in this series. I made them all using an old technique called One Sheet Wonder.
It is the idea that you can make 8 to 10 cards from one sheet of decorate paper. This statement is a little deceptive. You need a lot more than one sheet of decorative paper. You need cardstock for bases, accent strips, paper for sentiments, and embellishments.
This technique was popular about 20 years ago in stamping. It faded from popularity, but it recently resurfaced. I modified the pattern a little bit, but the idea is still the same. I made multiples of each design. What a fun way to rebuild a highly depleted card box!
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