SheetLoad of Cards | February 2024

It’s time for another SheetLoad of Cards. I’m honored to be a guest collaborator on Crafty Al’s channel this month! This month I have used a 6×6 Echo Park pad called “Good to Be Home” and a stamp set from Penny Black called “Hedge HUGS”. Too cute!

I pulled together my supplies. You will need 6×6 paper, layering cardstock, cardbases, and a stamp set.

Call Me {Crafty} Al

Visit Crafty Al’s (Alicia) YouTube Channel for this month’s “SheetLoad of Cards” PDF. It’s a creative system of cutting paper to make a batch of cards. So easy to create cards by pulling coordinating patterned paper from your stash and following her template!

Follow Crafty Al’s instructions from her YouTube Video and generous, easy-to-follow PDF.

My Process

I love to make cards because I find it very relaxing. Crafty Al has a convenient system to give us the pattern so we can enjoy the process. And what a great way to use up paper in your stash!

Products Used

Links are affiliate links, if you use them I make a few pennies. Thank you!

  • 6″x6″ Echo Park “Good to Be Home” Paper Pad (Link)
  • Michael’s 8.5″x11″ Kraft cardstock for card bases (Link)
  • Stampin’ Up Rust and Blue cardstock for layering
  • Penny Black “Hedge HUGS” stamp set (Link)
  • Lawn Fawn Heart Stitched Dies (Link)
  • Tonic Studio Paper Guillotine 12″ Trimmer (Link)
  • Mini Score Pal from Scor Pal (Link) or Memory Keepers (Link)
  • VersaMark Embossing Ink (Link)
  • White Embossing Powder (Link)
  • Mini Misti Stamp Positioning Tool (Link)
  • Lawn Fawn Stamp Shammy (Link)
  • Tombow Multi Mono Liquid Glue (Link)
  • 8-Piece Heart Die Set from Amazon (Link)
I love how my cards turn out and I’m ready to pop them into the mail to friends!
Just too cute! The stamp set is from Penny Black called “Hedge HUGS”.