One Sheet Wonder - Maiden Voyage - Bunny Birthday Card

Publish Date: 
10/18/2019
One Sheet Wonder 1" x 4" - Bunny Birthday Card | Tracy Marie Lewis | www.stuffnthingz.com

Libby and I explored something new for our October crafting day. We created four cards from a 6 x 6 sheet of pattern DSP. Cutting and using all your DSP in this way is called a "One Sheet Wonder". We sweetened the pot by choosing four different stamp sets and then added an accent DSP that we could use in small amounts as needed. One additional color of coordinating solid CS was also fair game. After we finished all four cards we took a collage picture to see if you could easily identify that these were OSW cards. Below you can see the cut sheet and my collage of cards all finished.

The first project I have to share with you is the one I struggled with the most. I had to set it aside because it was taking far too long. I ended up finishing all focal layers and then went back and played with the four green cut pieces. Finally I filled in the blanks as needed with the accent DSP and solid cardstock. Even after finishing all four I ended up swapping out two of the focals. Rarely do I work on multiple cards at once so this was a good challenge for me.

This card uses the thinnest strip of DSP which I wrapped colored linen thread (I colored it using a dark Mossy Meadow Blends marker). A vellum sprig and white irridescent sequins finish the project.

Measurements:

  • OSW DSP (Magnolia Lane Green Leaves) - 1" x 4"
  • Petal Pink - 5 1/8" " x 3 7/8" (dry embossed with the Woodland embossing folder)
  • Whisper White Nested Label - 2 3/8" wide
  • SIlver Glimmer strips 2x - 3/8" x 2 7/8"
  • Real Red - 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" (dry embossed with subtle embossing folder)

Blends:

  • Bunny - light and dark Crumb Cake, Soft Suede, Basic Black

Here's the link to Libby's 1" x 4" card, which ironically she used the fox from Nature's Beauty. -> link

One Sheet Wonder Cut Sheet #1 | Tracy Marie Lewis | www.stuffnthingz.com
One Sheet Wonder Collage | Tracy Marie Lewis | www.stuffnthingz.com
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Thanks for stopping by, please feel free to leave comments or questions, I am here to help!

~Tracy

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