Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Tuesday Try It...One Sheet of Designer Paper = Lots of Amazing Cards

Okay, you caught me.  It's Tuesday and I totally ran out of time to prepare the fantastic tutorial that you must all be anxiously awaiting--lol.  I know you are just sitting on the edge of your seats waiting for this to arrive in your inbox, and because of that, I am so sorry to disappoint you :(  That being said, I have wanted to create a one sheet wonder tutorial for some time because I know when I have a favorite piece of designer paper, I stretch it out until all of the scraps are used.  And though this isn't technically a tutorial, this is definitely something you should try (hence the revised title: Tuesday Try It)!!  It is a wonderful way to make a group of cards as a gift set and to stretch your dollar all at the same time.  My point is???  I wanted to show you a couple of pictures of some oldies but goodies that put this theory to the test, and then I would LOVE to see what you can do using one sheet of your favorite designer paper.

This gorgeous set is from Melyssa... 


And this one is from me, Nikki...
(and I had enough left to make several more cards!)


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4 comments:

NUTHINBUTDABUG said...

these aretoo cute! thats what i love to make mini cards to share a kind sentiment daily! great ideas! ladybug1376@hotmail.com

LindaC said...

Thanks for encouraging us to use our stash in a creative, time-saving, and economical way. Now to pick out a sheet of paper to play with!

CraftCrave said...

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [13 Jul 12:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria

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