SheetLoad of Cards | March 2023

Welcome to March and another SheetLoad of Cards. Watch me as I make the 8-card set using a Pink & Main’s Dearest Friend stamp set along with Park Lane’s 6×8 Rustic Meadows printed cardstock.

Call Me {Crafty} Al

Visit Crafty Al’s (Alicia) YouTube Channel for this month’s PDF for “SheetLoad of Cards”. 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!

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. This month I went thru my 6×6 pads and came across this beautiful pad from Park Lane (JoAnn Fabric brand) of Rustic Meadows. Found 4 sheets with gold foil accents.

Once I picked my pretty patterned paper, I found coordinating solid cardstock for the layers of the card. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to use blue, orange, or brown so I waited until I had the small pieces of patterned cardstock cut. I went with brown for the background layer and blue and orange for the sentiment strips.

Products Used

  • Michael’s 8.5×11 110lb kraft cardstock for card bases
  • Park Lane Rustic Meadows 6×8 pad of patterned papers
  • Pink & Main Dearest Friends (Link)
  • Tonic Studio Paper Guillotine 12″ Trimmer (Link)
  • Mini Score Pal from Scor Pal (Link)
  • VersaFine Black Onyx Ink (Link)
  • Misti Stamp Positioning Tool (Link)
  • Lawn Fawn Stamp Shammy (Link)
  • Tombow Multi Mono Liquid Glue (Link)

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