Wednesday, December 8, 2010

One Sheet Wonder (OSW) Christmas Cards

Way back in the early days of this blog, I posted about how to make greeting cards using the One Sheet Wonder, or OSW, technique.  Little did I know that it would become one of my most popular blog posts (based on traffic, not comments).  In that post I mentioned that I'd made a set of Christmas cards using OSW, but I didn't include any photos.  Today I'm going to remedy that.

(Click on the image to see a larger photo.)
Here are a couple of slightly closer images (click on them for larger photos):

All of the pattern paper is from Dollar Tree.  Embossing and die-cuts were done in the Cuttlebug.  I think (if I remember correctly) I used the first OSW template listed here.

Have you tried making cards with the one sheet wonder technique?

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  1. I love the homemade cards I use to do them for all the holidays but now I've been lazy and do the photo cards :)

  2. well, aren't those cute?
    wish i would have known about them before i bought mine :0
    good idea for next year..
    (especially when the Christmas items go on sale!)

  3. Ah yes! I remember the OSW. Totally forgotten about this technique but one that deserves to be revisited :) Your cards are great!


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