Sunday, March 19, 2017

Party Animals, One Sheet Wonder. Remarkable Blog Hop

Hello Crafty Friends!

Today for The Remarkable Blog Hop,
I am excited to share with you my version of the One Sheet Wonder Technique.
What's that you may wonder?
It's a fun concept of cutting up one piece of Designer Series Paper to make lots of cards. For my take on the idea, I made 10 cards. I chose the Party Animal DSP and coordinating suite for my project. Aren't these cards super fun?

Let's get started! First up, we need to cut the paper!
Check out my quick video and look at the diagram for cutting instructions.

You'll end up with a lovely pile of perfectly cut up DSP.

Next, gather matching card stock for card bases and embellishments. Stampin' Up makes it so easy with all of their coordinating products. And of course we have a wonderful selection of stamp sets!

Next, separate everything out for each card. Back some of the DSP pieces with white or matching colors. Add variety by stamping your images and sentiments on circles, ovals, and squares. It's OK to do it your way, I'm just giving you some guidelines. Have fun and make it your own. If you want to try it my way, I'll email you a free PDF with individual pics of each card, email me at to request yours.

Put them all together and you'll have a fun batch of cards for sending or gifting.

Thanks so much for stopping by. Remember it's the last two weeks of our Sale-A-Bration special! If you'd like some awesome free stuff, place an order before March 31. Contact me for more details.

For more inspiration, click HERE  or on the pic below to see what Linda has to share.

To see the previous blog, click HERE!
Stay Crafty!


  1. Thanks for this great info about the one sheet wonder technique. The video on cutting for the one sheet wonder is awesome...I want to try this on my own and this video will be so helpful. Thank you!

  2. I love your chart and would love one of your PDF's. I tried drawing it myself and it looks awful! LOL!

    1. Hi Gloria. Thanks so much for commenting and appreciating my post. Send me your email address at and I'll send it right out.