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One Sheet Wonder Christmas Cards

By November 28, 2010Cards, Christmas

Don’t panic if you don’t have your Christmas cards done yet!  These cards can be made fast if you follow a few simple guidelines.

What is a One Sheet Wonder?  The cards shown here were made with one sheet of double-sided Designer Series Paper. Here is the One Sheet Wonder template, plus directions.

To make these cards, I started by stamping the greeting “Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year” from the Seasonal Sentiments stamp set in Cherry Cobbler ink on Very Vanilla card stock and mounting them on Cherry Cobbler card stock.  (Make 16 of them.)

Next I used the One Sheet Wonder Template to cut a piece of the Deck the Halls Designer Series Paper.  I looked at the Poinsettia side to “fussy cut” the paper to get the poinsettas on good sized pieces.

I then cut some Cherry Cobbler and Always Artichoke card stock in half to create my card bases.  I did use some extra of these colors of card stock for matting pieces on a few of the cards.

Finally it’s time to assemble!  You can follow the card layouts below to create your cards.  I made 16 cards, but some of them were duplicates so the pictures below only show 12 of the cards.

I also used a little 2-way glue to add Champagne Glass Glitter to a couple of the poinsettia cards.

Grab a piece of pretty paper and give the One Sheet Wonder a try!



Join the discussion 4 Comments

  • Vicki Zimnicki says:

    Love it

  • Linda says:

    Love your work! There are a couple more things I’d like to know if I could buy the scissors that are teflon coated and can cut through the red rubber stamps that are in one big sheet. AND also, special graph paper to do zentangles, then also the white paper that has measurements on them to help measuring your projects..

  • KMCorby says:

    I took your Holiday One Sheet Wonder class last year and I’m glad I did. Great technique to know, thanks. I made so many Christmas cards last year!

  • Doris says:

    Lovely, but do you (or anyone else) have measurements for the border/solid color sheets behind the patterned paper??

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