One Sheet Wonder

Monday, November 14, 2011

I used to do the One Sheet Wonder technique all the time. What is this? Well you take a few different ink colors and a few stamps and stamp up a whole sheet of 8 1/2 X 11 card stock. Basically you are creating your own background papers. You randomly stamp the images all over the paper overlapping and filling in all the space. You can then take an outline image and stamp over all the other images in a darker color so that image pops.
Here is my finished card:

I used the Gently Falling stamp set and the colors I used were Pool Party, More Mustard, Cajun Craze and the outline image was Early Espresso. After you have stamped up your whole piece of card stock cut it up into different sizes or all the same size and you can make up a bunch of cards quickly. I made my cards all the same as I have a bunch to mail out. There are lots of One Sheet Wonder ideas on Splitcoast go check them out. In the search just type in One Sheet Wonder and you’ll see a ton of samples.

Why not give this technique a try it really is a lot of fun.

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