Thinking of You OSW

I’ve been playing with One Sheet Wonder patterns lately for inspiration. I need to replenish my Thinking of You and Birthday stash, and this is a quick and easy way to do it. I got 11 cards, plus a bonus card using scraps. The pattern paper is from Graphic 45’s Secret Garden collection. The mats are Edible Eggplant and Lovely Lavendar from Gina K designs. The sentiment is by Hero Arts. I used black sequins to dot the i’s for a little bling. I’m entering this in The Sisterhood of Crafters

17 thoughts on “Thinking of You OSW

  1. Lovely, Judy. The colors and the subtle patterned paper layers behind that sentiment really makes a striking card. Have fun with your one sheet wonder patterns. Is that Hero Arts Stamp & Cut sentiment? I just purchase that at my local Joann’s.

    1. Thanks Gail. Yes that is a Stamp and Cut. I’ve used the die several times but hadn’t used the stamp until I did these cards. Had a heck of a time getting it to stamp even with MISTI.

    1. Thanks Bonnie. I don’t often remember to use them. I have quite a stash from my days when I made sequin calendars and just came across them recently.

  2. This is beautiful and awesome that you were able to get 12 cards from the one sheet. I have been meaning to give “One Sheet Wonders” templates a try. Thanks for the inspiration!

    1. Thanks Lisa. A lot of the OSW ideas came from Stampin’ Up demonstrators. They have some amazing ideas and products. These are fun to do and quick.

  3. A beautiful and elegant card and a great way to use up some PP. I’ve done a few but wasn’t truly happy with the result. Wish I could sit with you and create a bunch. it would be fun.

  4. Judy, this is lovely. How fun that you have been making so many cards from one sheet. I’ve only done that a couple of times, as I wind up getting so sick and tired of the paper before I’m done. Great job on yours. I love that you added some “bling”!

    1. Thanks Golda. They were fun to make and I did them in a very short amount of time so I didn’t have a chance to get tired of the paper.

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