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Friday, April 17, 2009

One Sheet Wonder

Hello!! It's been a long time, hasn't it? I've thought about you guys, but I just haven't had the time to post this week. There's been a lot going on. After we got back from camping on Friday night, there was the Lady's Luncheon at church on Saturday, and then Sunday started a week of revival at church. That means being ready and out the door by 5:30 every night. Plus the boys had their testing for school this week also. I finally got my suitcase unpacked yesterday!! There just aren't enough hours in a day. Anyway, on to the project. This is a set of cards I made using a One Sheet Wonder I found on Split Coast Stampers. I didn't post individual pictures of all of them, so there's a group shot at the bottom.

I love the way this whole set turned out, but these are my favorites. I pretty much used up my entire stash of Old Olive brads. I couldn't resist. They were the perfect touch.

Isn't that cherry paper so cheerful? These are all very "Happy" cards. They are all blank inside, because I wanted them to be used for any occasion. Well, except for the Happy Birthday card. That one has to be used for a birthday.
I'm trying to decide if I want to sell this set on Etsy or give it away as a gift. I think I'm leaning towards gift, but I don't know if I could bear to part with it!

I have another set of cards with the same One Sheet Wonder. I'll try to post those tomorrow. I can't wait for tomorrow to come!! It's my first day in 2 weeks that doesn't have any plans!! I can do whatever happens and not be rushed out the door. That will be nice. I think I'll just stay home and do absolutely nothing. Doesn't that sound good? Better yet, I can stay home and do absolutely nothing but stamp!! Yeah, right. But it was a nice thought.

I hope you've enjoyed looking at these cards as much as I enjoyed making them. Until next time, happy stamping!

3 comments:

Sara Mattson-Blume said...

I love that paper. Miss it! Neat idea for a card set!

Diary of an army wife said...

Oh I love cherries!!!! Soooo cute! Yes you can certainly link my blog if you want! Aubrey

Cathy Thompson said...

Very cute, I love that paper! Excellent job with OSW, they are so handy!
Cathy