Stampin’ Club Sneak Peeks

Hello Stampin’ Friends!

It’s the beginning of November!  Time to share a sneak peek of this month’s club projects!  I know that many of you are excited about the NEW One Sheet Wonder club which just started this month!! I had a blast created the projects and template!

This month’s One Sheet Wonder tutorial features a template for cutting a 12 x 12 sheet of patterned paper!  Although the projects showcased in the tutorial have a Christmas theme, keep in mind that you can use the template over and over again with ANY patterned papers.

Here’s a sneak peek of the projects created with this month’s template!

There are 9 different cards created by cutting up one sheet of 12 x 12 paper!  It was super simple and a lot of fun!

If you are interested in participating in the One Sheet Wonder club this month you will receive the tutorial and template for FREE with your club order!  The nice thing about this club is that you can participate whenever you want! You can simply watch for my emails on the 5th of every month and then decide if you want to participate.

Simply follow the club ordering instructions below!  Once you place your order, I will email you the tutorial!

One Sheet Wonder Club Ordering Info:

  • Place a $25.00 Stampin’ Up! order (the price of your order must be $25.00 BEFORE shipping and tax) and you will receive the One Sheet Wonder tutorial via email!
  • Place an order of $50.00 or more and I will email you an additional tutorial of your choice (see All Occasion Card and Scrapbook Club information below).
  • Place an order of $75.00 or more and I will email you all 3 club tutorials for the month!  The One Sheet Wonder, All Occasions Cards and Scrapbook Club tutorials!

All club orders qualify for my Stampin’ Rewards program!  I will send you the information in the mail with your first order!

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Simply choose the products you would like to order and be sure to use this month’s club hostess code to receive the One Sheet Wonder tutorial for FREE!

The November Hostess Code is:  9GR74TKJ


Some of the other Stampin’ Club tutorials, as mentioned above, include an All Occasions Club tutorial and a Scrapbook Club tutorials.  The sneak peeks are noted below.  You can receive all of these tutorials for FREE when you place a qualifying club order!

This month’s All Occasion Card Club projects feature two Christmas themed stamp sets:

  • Musical Season
  • Ready for Christmas

This month’s Scrapbook Club projects feature two Christmas themed layouts:

  • Be Merry
  • Merry Little Christmas Memories & More


One Sheet Wonder Club

Looking for ways to use those pretty patterned papers you have on hand? Well I have a NEW One Sheet Wonder club starting November 5th!

One Sheet Wonder (OSW) is a term used to describe how to cut a full sheet of pretty patterned paper without having any leftover scraps!  The number of projects I showcase each month in the tutorial will depend on the size of the patterned paper we are using! I will be showcasing OSW projects created with one of the following sized papers: 6 x 6 inch paper, 8-1/2 x 11 inch paper or 12 x 12 inch paper.

You will learn how cut up an entire sheet of pretty paper to create a variety of cards like this!

This new club starts November 5th! The great thing is…you can participate whenever you want!

On the 5th of each month I will send out an email with a sneak peek of the One Sheet Wonder projects that will be showcased in that month’s tutorial and information on how to participate in the club for that month. When you participate in this club, you will receive the monthly tutorial for free when you place a qualifying order. You also qualify for my new rewards program!

All of my clubs have fun ideas and templates that you can use over and over again!

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One Sheet Wonder Vignette

Hello Stampin’ Friends!  Today I have some quick and simple card ideas to share with all of you. It’s called the One Sheet Wonder technique! You will learn how to make 7 cards from one 12 x 12 sheet of patterned paper!  And…the best part is you will use the entire 12 x 12 sheet of paper…no scraps!  This is one of my favorite ways to make cards especially when I need them in a hurry!

There are many different ways to cut up a 12 x 12 piece of patterned paper but this is the quickest and easiest! You can use any stamp set, any patterned papers and add any embellishments you like!  Simply grab a piece of your favorite patterned paper and watch the tutorial for all of the measurements. Enjoy!

Painted Petals ~ One Sheet Wonder

Today I have some simple and fun projects you can put together with one 12 x 12 sheet of designer series paper (DSP) and the Painted Petals stamp set. I am super excited about these projects because they showcase how to use just one stamp set…Painted Petals…and one piece of DSP to create 7 beautiful cards!  Yes, I will show you one simple way to cut and use an entire piece of designer series paper without any leftover scraps!one sheet wonder painted petals cards Aren’t these projects just beautiful?  I love the color combo and the Painted Petals stamp set. I loved it so much that I have put together a fun little video tutorial for you so you might want to stamp along with me and/or take notes. Although I will be showcasing projects which use colors such as pear pizazz and so saffron, please keep in mind that you can use the techniques and information I provide and re-create these projects using any designer paper and coordinating colors.  So let’s get started by watching this video tutorial….

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Painted Blooms ~ One Sheet Wonder

painted blooms 6It is just simply amazing what you can do with one sheet of paper! And this one sheet wonder idea was genius!  Thanks so much to Bonnie Waterman for sharing such a wonderful idea with all of us!  I loved it so much that I just had to create some of my own projects with this beautiful paper! Here’s how you do it…

full page painted bloomsStart with the full sheet of flowery paper from the Painted Blooms Designer Series Paper (DSP) pack. When I first saw this paper, I thought of a few home decor projects that I could put together with it. It really never crossed my mind to cut it up and make cards with it! But WOW, once you cut up the paper you will have some simple and stunning cards!

Painted Blooms Measurements 2To get started, let’s take a look at the best way to cut the paper so you get the most out of the beautiful flowery pattern. I put together a little cheat sheet of measurements for you. This is a 12 x 12 inch piece of DSP. I started at the top of the paper and cut three 4 inch sections. Then I took each individual  4 inch section and cut 2 pieces at 5 1/4 inches…which left the 1 1/2 inch sections on the bottom of each piece.

painted blooms 7Once I had all of the pieces cut, then the fun began!  Now there are a variety of ways that you can use these pieces. I choose to make only 7 cards with all of the pieces of cardstock…but you could actually make 9 cards if you use each of the 1 1/2 x 4 inch pieces separately.  The 4 x 5 1/4 inch pieces fit perfectly on a card…just choose a cardstock color that coordinates with your paper. In this case, I chose blackberry bliss as the base cardstock for all of my cards. Next, I decided to use one stamp set for all of the cards…of course, I chose the coordinating painted petals set. I stamped all of the sentiments using blackberry bliss ink.  For those cards that had very busy flowery patterns, I simply punched out a little tag for the sentiment and then embellished it with a bit of ribbon. I also added some elegant butterflies which are my absolute favorite embellishment! The first 6 cards were the quickest to put together! The 7th card took me a little longer to design because I needed to come up with a focal point for the center of the card. I simply took the remaining 3 pieces of 1 1/2 inch x 4 inch DSP and secured them to the base of my card. I cut a 2 x 4 inch piece of white paper and made a scalloped tag. I decorated this tag with stamped images from the painted petals set! Simply gorgeous! Enjoy!

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