Today I'm sharing another card in our One Sheet Wonder series, when Patsy and I each share a card using pieces from our One Sheet Wonder pattern. My card today uses Piece G (4 1/4" x 3 1/2") cut in half diagonally.
This month we're highlighting the Country Lane Designer Series Paper from the Country Lane Suite in the Holiday Catalogue. The Country Lane Suite of products is the featured suite in October for our Free Card Program.
Each package of Designer Series Paper includes 12 sheets, 12" x 12" (6 designs, 2 of each). The paper coordinates with Blackberry Bliss, Cajun Crazy, Crushed Curry, Early Espresso, Mint Macaron, Old Olive and Whisper White. I like how one side has fall themed images and the reverse is a more neutral print.
I used both pieces of G and placed one in the top corner of the card and the other in bottom corner. I wanted to create a frame for the words so added a strip of Early Espresso above and below the sentiment. This card looks complicated but it's so simply.
Here's how to make today's card with piece G from the pattern.
Crushed Curry - 8 1/2" x 5 1/2"
Early Espresso - 2 strips - 1/4" x 6"
Country Lane Designer Series Paper - Piece G- 4 1/4" x 3 1/2" - cut diagonally to create 2 triangles
- Score the Crushed Curry cardstock at 4 1/4" (8 1/2" x 5 1/2") and fold to create card base.
- Glue one triangle of DSP to the top corner of the card and the other triangle to the bottom corner.
- Stamp the sentiment in Early Espresso ink between the two pieces of DSP.
- Glue a strip of Early Espresso to the bottom edge of the upper triangle and cut off the excess to line up with the edge of the card.
- Repeat with the second strip of Early Espresso on the top edge of the bottom triangle and trim off excess.
- Tie a bow with the Linen Trim and glue dot to the card above the sentiment.
Here's the pattern for your 12" x 12" One Sheet Wonder Cards:
All paper crafting supplies used for today's project are Stampin' Up! which can be purchased through my Online Store (click on the picture and you'll be directed to my store):
Please hop over to Patsy's Blog and see what she did with another piece of the pattern today