When I make cards, I like to make a lot fast.  Especially because I’m a procrastinator. Today I’m working on cards to donate for a silent auction tomorrow, so I really need to be quick!

Here’s one of my tricks…

Stamp a piece of card stock with an all over pattern like above.  (An even faster way is to start with a piece of patterned Designer Series Paper!)

Cut it up. For this piece, I cut it in half first at 5-1/2″. With a few more cuts, I had four pieces that were 3″x5-1/2″ and two pieces that were 2-1/2″x5-1/2″.

A few scallops later I had 6 cards done.

Yes, there are 7 cards in the photo. I had to make one card before I started the One Sheet Wonder process to make sure that I liked the pattern and colors!

This is a bit of a Flashback Friday too, because I pulled some retired Stampin’ Up! colors out to make these cards – Cameo Coral and Apricot Appeal.

Here’s another great One Sheet Wonder Tutorial if you want a different variety of cards.

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