Tuesday, July 13, 2010

PALS Hop & A One Sheet Wonder

Welcome to the July PALS HOP!  This month, we're featuring Stampin' Up!'s New Catalog & In Colors 2010-11!  If you've hopped over from Nina Dee’s, deesignsbyninadee, I'm stop number 7 on the PALS HOP and I'm glad you stopped in!  I'll help you "hop along" from blog to blog where you'll find inspirational ideas for papercrafted creations from the Stampin' Pretty Pals!  Should you get off course, simply click on any of the links in the PALS HOP LINE-UP below and you'll be back on track!

Instead of the two or three cards that I usually create for a blog hop, I decided to go all out and created 10 cards for this one! Though there are 10 cards here, it was easy peasy to create them all using a One Sheet Wonder template.

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A One Sheet Wonder is when a single sheet of Designer Series Paper or a stamped background of your own is used to create a series of projects using just that one sheet as the main focal paper. In this instance I used an 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of Whisper White that was custom stamped with Circle Circus in three different colors.

Returning In-Colors Baja Breeze and Riding Hood Red join up with So Saffron for this fun and colorful combination. This combination came directly from the Riding Hood Red card in the new Color Coach. When a fourth color was needed for some card bases, I returned to the Color Coach and found Cherry Cobbler to be a dynamic duo with Riding Hood Red and it fit perfectly into my palette.

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OSW-3

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This is a fabulous project to use for a class or Stamp Camp. I used it this past weekend in a Stamp Camp with my customers and we were able to make all 10 cards in only 2 hours or so. I used a very convenient template that I received from Leeann Greff which you can find here.

I know that I will definitely be doing more of these One Sheet Wonders in the future. They are wonderful for stocking up on basic cards to keep in my stash and send out when needed. I hope you have enjoyed them.
Hop along for more inspiring ideas from Carla Bazhenow at carlas-scraps, stop number 8 on the July PALS HOP!  Thanks for stopping by! Please leave me a comment before you head off!

1.    Kylie Nicolosi  -  kyliescraftycorner.blogspot.com
2.    Mike Funke  -  stampin-style.typepad.com
3.    Barbara Furlong  -  www.theloveofstamping.com
4.    Martha Stewart  -  www.seasonsofstamping.com
5.    Gina Shaw  -  www.cardsbyginashaw.com
6.    Nina Dee  -  deesignsbyninadee.blogspot.com
7.    Jason Casper  -  www.stampindad.com
8.    Carla Bazhenow  -  www.carlas-scraps.com
9.    Mary Fish  -  www.stampinpretty.com
10.  Joanna Munster  -  www.inspiredbystampin.com
11.  Pam Giudici  -  pamshobby.blogspot.com

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Supplies Used:
Stamps: Circle Circus, Sincere Salutations, Upsy Daisy, FYI, Teeny Tiny Wishes, Word Play; Paper: Baja Breeze, Riding Hood Red, So Saffron, Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White; Ink: Baja Breeze, Riding Hood Red, So Saffron; Accessories: White Brads Cool Tools: Scallop Trim Punch, Scallop Circle Punch, 1 1/4” Circle Punch, Word Window Punch, Modern Label Punch, Curly Label Punch, Wide Oval Punch, Crimper, Mat Pack

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22 comments:

  1. These are wonderful! Great cards with great colors!

    Mary

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  2. Your OSW if fabulous Jason.
    I love the fresh & unique color combination.
    Thanks for sharing the link to my blog!

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  3. Gorgeous set of cards! You really know how to use one sheet of paper! Have a great day!

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  4. Those are great! Nice colour combos.

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  5. this set has been a challenge for me - love what you've done with it

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  6. Jason, those are such fun colors and a great set of card... I love how versatile they are. Well done! :)

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  7. What a wonderful set of card, Jason! Love that you shared this with everyone! I agree...it's a great way to build up your stash of cards (and make beautiful ones, at that)! Thanks for sharing the link, too! Great job!

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  8. These cards are beautiful. I bet your class loved making them. I love the paper you created, beautiful!

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  9. Great cards Jason! I love the colors. You always do such nice work.

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  10. I think I posted in the wrong spot for the Hop. TFS and God Bless.
    Diana
    http://b4ustamp.blogspot.com

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  11. These are all great cards. Love the OSW technique. TFS

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  12. Wow, Jason, you are my hero!! Gorgeous project, gorgeous colors. Very impressive!! :)

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  13. Love all these colors and designer papers.... GREAT job!

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  14. Great cards! Love what you did with that stamp set!

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  15. These are really AWESOME!!! Thanks for sharing the template with us too. Great colors and cards. Thanks for the inspiration!
    Joan!!!

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  16. Your OSW is fabulous. I love the Circle Circus stamp set. One of my favorites.

    Cathleen McSorley
    cmcsor9101@aol.com

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  17. Circle Circus was the first stamp set I ordered as a new demonstrator... I have yet to use it!!! I have tried and thrown them all out. I so love what you did with your cards. I cannot wait to play with all your awesome ideas. I cannot wait to see your new blog header, I sure liked the other one so I know this one will be fabulous.

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  18. One sheet wonder-ful. Love the bright colors and versatility of your cards. Hugs, M

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  19. Wow, wow, wow, Jason, your cards are wonderful! I love the colors, stamp set, and all of the designs you created! When do you find the time to do all of this??? Wonderful post!

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  20. Thanks so much for sharing Jason, these are stunning. I love the colour combo. Thanks also for sharing leeann's blog I ordered one of the templates. Will come in handy for my classes. Great work!!

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  21. Fabulous project Jason! Love the colors you used! Circle Circus is a perfect set for a one sheet wonder. Thanks for sharing your creativity with us :)

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  22. Lovely set! I've been doing OSW for a long time, but it's great to see variations!! They do save a lot of time and add continuity to the gift.
    THANKS for sharing all your terrific work.
    -Jane

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