How To Create The Simplest One Sheet Wonder Cards EVER!

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Want to know how to create the Simplest One Sheet Wonder Cards EVER! I’m going to use one 12 X 12 piece of Designer Series Paper and show you how to create 12 cards with just that one sheet. I will show you 4 different layouts and create 3 of each layout for a total of 12 cards. You can make all the cards the same or mix and match them.

If you are behind on making and sending out your Christmas Cards I have just the One Sheet Wonder for you!

Click on the picture below to watch the video:

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I love how all these cards turned out and how quick and easy they are to create.  You can create a pile using this One Sheet Wonder technique for not only Christmas Cards but for Birthday Cards, Wedding Cards, Bridal Shower Announcements, Baby Announcements any occasion where you want a pile of cards in no time.

Let’s take a look at each grouping.

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The die cuts I used for the sentiments and the mats are from the Seasonal Labels Dies.  I love a good die set that has framelits like these for sentiments and mats.  These types of die sets are a staple in my craft room.

one sheet wonder cards

On these three I just used a strip of Garden Green cardstock and just flagged the ends with the Banners Pick A Punch.

one sheet wonder cards

Like I said before you can make all your cards the same or mix and match the different layouts to create your 12 cards.

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These are the final three cards and they are a horizontal layout.  How simple and beautiful are all these cards?

Here is your shopping list for today’s One Sheet Wonder Cards:

Click on any of the supplies you would like to purchase and add them to your shopping cart.  

Remember to use the Host Code:  FE6BVSEJ

If your order is over $150.00 do not use the host code you are your own host and will receive the host benefits and all the PDF files as well as the Customer Appreciation PDF file for December.

December Stamp Camp Card Club

The Stamp Camp Simply Said Elegantly Said Bundle

What does this month’s Club bring you?

  • 4 different fun fold card kits/2 of each design, complete with die cuts and punched out shapes, card bases, panels, and Stampin’ Up! envelopes. Pre-stamped images not included per Stampin’ Up! policy.
  • Simply Elegant 6 X 12 Specialty Designer Series Paper; (1/2 of a 12 X 12 pack)
  • Full package of the Simply Elegant Trim (Two spools: 1 gold and 1 silver 10 yards)
  • Package of Metallic Pearls (adhesive-backed pearls 242 pieces; 121 each of 2 colors 3mm Gold & Silver)
  • Complete written instructions that will be emailed to your in-box as a PDF.
  • Pre-recorded video with step-by-step instructions for each card kit.
  • 1 Kraft Gift Box

Product Substitutions: If there are shipping delays with Stampin’ Up! or items are out of stock; I will substitute items with the best fit for the projects.

Card Club will bring you a Card Class every month!

Deadline to subscribe and receive the December Stamp Camp Card Club kit is December 22, 2021 at 8pm Eastern Standard Time.

You can cancel your subscription at any time, but if you complete 6consecutive months, I’ll send you $25 of FREE Stampin’ Up! products of my choice!

Stamp Camp Card Club price is $40.00 which includes shipping!

Register today for the Stamp Camp Card Club; click Subscribe NOW!  You can cancel your subscription at any time.

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Customer Appreciation PDF file for December 2021

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The December Customer Appreciation PDF file is a quick and easy but, “Oh so pretty”, One Sheet Wonder cards technique using the Simply Elegant Specialty Designer Series paper.  With this months PDF file you can create 6 cards from just one 6 x 12 piece of this gorgeous designer paper.  You can create all the cards the same or make one of each of the designs like I did here.  There are 3 regular cards and 3 fun fold cards.

If you would like to use a full 12 x 12 piece of the Simply Elegant dsp you will get 12 cards; which you can create them all the same or create 2 of each of the designs I show.

Wait that’s not all!  Purchase the Kraft Gift Boxes and you can wrap up 3 boxes of 4 cards each for Christmas Gifts this year.   That is if you create the 12 cards from 1 sheet of 12 x 12 dsp.   These boxes will hold 4 cards and envelopes beautifully.

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Who wouldn’t love to receive this beautiful box of handmade cards as a gift this Christmas season?

Yes, this is the Designer Series Paper pack that I am using in this month’s Stamp Camp Card Club; I wanted to show my club members something else they could do with their 6 x 12 pieces of designer paper.

If you would like to be a part of my Card Club you will find all the details below in this blog post or check out yesterday’s post.

How do you get this month’s Customer Appreciation PDF files? 

Place a min. $40.00 Online Order with me and you must use the Host Code: FE6BVSEJ; unless your order is over $150.00 than you do not have to use the host code.

Would you to create more one sheet wonder cards?




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Do you enjoy one sheet wonder cards?  One sheet wonder card making is the quickest way to create a pile of cards in a flash!  Would you like to see more one sheet wonder ideas?  Make sure to visit my YouTube Channel “The Stamp Camp” for a bunch of videos using one sheet wonder templates.

Happy Stamping!

Glenda Calkins Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

4 thoughts on “How To Create The Simplest One Sheet Wonder Cards EVER!

  1. Cre says:

    The cost of your products to make cards does not make sense. Easier to buy at 99 cents store or dollar tree or even Michaels on sale.
    Cute ideas though.

  2. Glenda says:

    Hi Cre, Thanks for reaching out with your message. Yes, you could purchase cards cheaper at any given store but I feel a handmade card is a gift in itself. When I’m making a card I think of the person whom I’m sending it to or will be sending it to. I want them to know that I was thinking of them. I love receiving handmade cards because I know the amount of time and money that goes into them and that makes them all the more special; which makes me feel special. I know some of the recipients of my cards keep them for years to come and some even frame them. Everyone views handmade cards differently, to some they are works of art to others they are a hug or a way of knowing someone somewhere thinks you are special. I hope the next time you receive a handmade card you will look at it a bit differently and know that the recipient was thinking of you when they created or chose the card they sent to you. Blessings to you!

  3. Gail Thompson says:

    Hi Glenda,

    I’m a hobby demonstrator with SU. I came across this tutorial and I wanted to thank you very much for sharing!! I make cards for nursing homes and assisted living facilities plus I mail well over 100 per month. I fashioned my Christmas cards after these. It was a huge time-saver!! Merry Christmas blessings to you, I look forward to your blogs and YouTube videos!

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