Over the last several weeks I have been having the hardest time finding my Creative Mojo.
Does this ever happen to you? You really want to create, but you just can’t.
Whenever this happens to me one of my favorite things to try is a One Sheet Wonder.
This by far is my favorite One Sheet Wonder Design. Make sure to check out this last set of cards I did with this One Sheet Wonder HERE.
Yesterday when I first jumped on Youtube I was only planning on making one card. However, one card turned into 24 using this One Sheet Wonder.
I’ve been doing more Youtube Live recently as they are easier to manage than having to edit normal videos. Make sure to check my channel out HERE.
This is my first time using the brand new color “Bubble Bath”. It is beautiful and paired perfectly with Basic Black.
I have so many more cards to show you, however, let’s drop the supply list for this project here just in case you want to pick any things up.
You can purchase any of these items in my online store HERE, or by clicking on the photos below.
Back to these beautiful cards that were so easy to create.
My number one tip for creating so many cards at once is to batch each step. It becomes too easy to create so many cards at once when you are only focused on one part of the process at a time.
I hadn’t been planning on embossing the card fronts to begin with, and it did feel like an “extra step” but I believe that it is one the best parts of this card design.
It makes each card truly pop. I used one of our online exclusives featuring the 3 embossing folders.
I don’t always like doing elements n my card on an angle, or a little bit wonky.
However, these cards turned out perfect. Turning that last square to make a diamond shape ended up working out perfectly.
Before we dive into the second set of cards I created let me share the measurements for this one-sheet wonder.
Don’t forget to check out my last set of cards with this One Sheet Wonder HERE.
One Sheet Wonder Card Set #2
For this second set, I started with 4 pieces of 6×6 Designer Paper and mixed and match them.
You could use 2 Sheets and do 8 Cards, and then use the other 2 to do 8 more cards.
I used the Ribbon I had pulled for my first set of cards a lot for this second set.
This designer paper is perfect for these kinds of cards. The designs go beautifully together and make creating so easy.
If you have swap cards to make or just want to get some cards ready for the future these would be perfect.
I couldn’t love these embossed card fronts more. I didn’t ink the front of these designs as I did with the first set.
You could add a little bit of ink to these if you would like.
I had originally thought I would use the stamp to create some floral images to add to these cards, however, I didn’t think that they needed anything extra.
I hope you enjoyed seeing all of these cards, and I would love to know if you are going to attempt to make any of these.