September, October, and now November were super busy for us! Today I decided that I really needed a fun project to work on — so I printed the PDFs for three months of SheetLoad of Cards. Watch to see how three months of cards turned out!
Crafty Al Videos
- Sept 2023 Video with PDF (5×7 size) and Process Video
- Oct 2023 Video with PDF (A2 size) and Process Video
- Nov 2023 Video with PDF (A2 size) and Process Video
September 2023 SheetLoad
I have to admit, I was not crazy about this month’s 5×7 card. But I learned that it very complicated to make since it’s a 7×10 piece of cardstock folded in half. You can only get one of them from a 8.5×11 sheet but it’s actually a nice size. And when you use fun paper from your stash, it really comes together quickly. This is the first time that I made only one card from the design and I like how it turned out.
October 2023 SheetLoad
Okay, back to A2 size in October. Although it looks complicated, this one went together very quickly. Used some old Stampin’ Up Christmas paper and decided to use the stocking side for all the background pieces because the stockings were too small for the squares on top. Love how they turned out.
November 2023 SheetLoad
And finally, I am caught up with November’s design. This used 4 6×6 sheets so I had some fun with this PhotoPlay gnome paper pad from 2020. I love it when I can use stuff from my stash! I didn’t like the look of the diagonal design of this card at first, but it really grew on me. And adding the gnome stamp that I cut out with my Brother Scan N Cut was icing on the cake! Just too cute!
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