Saturday, December 26, 2020

6x6 One Sheet Wonder Template #13 featuring MFT and Simon Says Stamp

Card for One Sheet Wonder Template #13 by Jess Crafts

Hello crafty friends! Today I am sharing how to use up 6x6 patterned papers without creating any patterned paper scraps. A friend shared that this style of cardmaking can be referred to as a one sheet wonder. I'm not sure who originated the style, as I have seen many crafters refer to it, but please let me know if I should be crediting a specific crafter. Today I am sharing how to cut up a 6x6 piece of paper that will result in 2 of the exact same card. I am using cardstock to mat the patterned paper pieces which will create some cardstock scraps. In this blog post you can find a template for how to cut your paper as well as a sketch to show what should be done with those cuts. Of course feel free to mix it up to your own liking. 

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Please let me know if you find this helpful and would like to see more. It's a fun challenge and I love working with patterned paper!

Here is Template #13 with measurements:

One Sheet Wonder Template #13 by Jess Crafts

Here is the coordinating sketch for Template #13:

Card Sketch for One Sheet Wonder Template #13 by Jess Crafts

Here is an example card for Template #13:

Card for One Sheet Wonder Template #13 by Jess Crafts


  1. I love waking up to new posts!
    These are kind of different from a one sheet wonder, typically each little cut of the paper would be used on a different card. Also, the original OSW is a sheet of patterned paper that you make yourself with cardstock and stamping.
    Yours are different because they focus on using every bit of the patterned paper to make two cards. Maybe you can call them No Scraps Templates? An original idea deserves an original title.

    1. One Sheet Wonder was created by Stampin' Up demonstrators.


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