This month will be my third annual One Sheet Wonder camp, back by popular demand! If that’s a new term to you, this technique is where you stamp all over a sheet of card stock, creating something like patterned paper — except that it is unique. The reverse side of the paper has been printed with cutting lines, each area numbered. When you cut up your sheet, you’ll have pieces that can be used, in our situation, to make 10 unique cards.
Last year we created two different half-sheets of wintery paper. This year we’ll create an autumn half sheet (used above) and a Christmas half sheet.
The assembly of the cards is designed to go rather quickly — I try to make each card simple enough to complete in less than 10 minutes.
I hope you’ll join us for camp this month! You’ll find further information on my events here.