4 Cards from 1 A4 sheet…

Hello

I have found myself with a little extra crafty time this week. That meant I could a) watch a youtube video or 2 b) actually follow through with one of those newly acquired crafty “must try” techniques that I plan to do however rarely complete!

So I watched Therese’s recorded live from this post here. Ironically I couldn’t watch the live because I was at work!

Therese created 4 card fronts from one sheet of A4 paper. What a great idea!

Here are the 4 completed cards I created.

I added sentiments from Mudra, Jane’s Doodles, SU and PTI to complete my cards.

The sheet of A4 before I cut it into quarters.

With the sentiments.
While I was getting inky I also made this card with Altenew A Study in Watercolour and Jane’s Doodles Mother’s Day

Thanks for taking a peek

Until next time

Cheers

Vicki

12 thoughts on “4 Cards from 1 A4 sheet…

  1. I watched Therese’s video too Vicki but you have beaten me to actually produce 4 cards – and they are stunners! It’s a great idea, and one I did myself a little while ago, incorporating colour blocks hand drawn after I cut the page into 4. I can’t find my images right now, but will share if I can later.

  2. Brilliant Vicki!! Love your choice of flowers and colours, they are turned out so beautifully… at least something good came out of the lock down. Glad to hear that you are ‘free’ again today, my Mum says she is heading out for a coffee lol.

  3. I love doing these multi-card designs with one sheet and really love the image and colors you used, Vicki! Way way way back, there was an article in one of the stamping mags that showed us how to make TEN different cards with one sheet of handmade DSP. It’s especially great if your mojo is low and you’re in a slump, so thanks for the reminder! I hope you are keeping well! Hugs, Darnell

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