Wednesday, 10 August 2016

Be Thankful

Hello.  Welcome.  An interesting tutorial by Sandy - One Sheet Wonders.   Basically you take one sheet of patterned paper and make multiple cards.  

Here's the 5 cards I made using a 8" sheet of DCWV patterned paper, some brown card for matting and red Bazzill card bases.  Decided to keep it manly.....

This is Rubber Dance Rascal Rooster coloured with promarkers.

ODBD Rex, stamped on patterned paper and I've popped up his head to give some dimension.  

A cute santa head from MFP's Holiday Tags set coloured with promarkers and some glitter on the hat.

DRS's Saddle Up Cowboy coloured with distress markers.  

Flonzcraft Giraffe coloured with watercolour pencils.   

I have one panel left.  Think I shall make a gift box for these.  Tomorrow.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
MFP Stamps July Blog Hop 
Dare 2 B Atzy August Animal Challenge 
Penny Black and More Challenge - Anything Goes With Stamps 
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Let's Go Wild
Stamplorations August Challenge - Stamps and Markers


  1. LOVE your cards! Simply done and totally impressive. Thanks for playing along with us at MFP Stamps Challenge!

  2. A really super collection of creations Gail, thank you so much for sharing your lovely work with us at Penny Black and More challenge.

    B x

  3. Great idea for using patterned paper! Thanks for sharing that :)
    Love the rooster card, of course ♥

  4. How fun are these cards, Gail! I love the big dots and your colors! Thanks for sharing these with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

  5. Lovely and cute set.
    Thank you for sharing over at Penny Black and more;-))m

  6. Great set of cards, all different but using the same DP and colourway!
    Thanks for linking up at STAMPlorations. :)

  7. I SIMPLY adore that CHICKEN!! The whole set is fabulous! Thanks for playing at STAMPlorations!!

  8. These are cool and a great use of a OSW pattern. Love that chicken card!


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