SheetLoad of Cards | January 2022

Happy New Year! So excited to break out my Stampin’ Up set called Plentiful Plants. I have the coordinating paper and the dies. Let’s see how these SheetLoad of Cards turn out!

All credit goes to Crafty Al (Alicia) for the invention of “SheetLoad of Cards”. It’s an ingenious system of cutting paper to make a batch of cards. So easy to create by pulling coordinating patterned paper from your stash to create some beautiful cards!

Call Me {Crafty} Al

Love this Stampin’ Up sets of paper, stamps, and dies with succulents. This month’s SheetLoad reminded me if this set since it had a little plant on the example.

Products Used

  • Tonic Studio Paper Trimmer
  • Neenah Solar White 110lb card base
  • Score Pal
  • Teflon Bone Folder
  • Misti Stamp Positioning Tool
  • Stamp Shammy
  • Scrapbook Adhesives Foam Squares
  • Sidekick Small Die Cutter
  • Purple Tape and Dispenser
  • Tombow Multi Mono Liquid Glue
  • Fiskars Scissors

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Stampin’ Up Products Used

  • Tranquil Tide Ink
  • Plentiful Plants Stamp Set
  • Perfect Plants Die Set
  • Silicone Mat & Sponge
  • Solid Cardstock
  • Bloom Where Your Planted Patterned Paper
    (Coordinates with Cajun Craze, Cinnamon Cider, Evening Evergreen, Garden Green, Gray Granite, Just Jade)

Samples shown above from Stampin’ Up website.