Probably my biggest addiction, even more than collecting actual stamps, is designer paper. PAPER!!! I love it!! But I find that I don’t use it because then it would be gone. D’oh. So I have begun to quarter my 12″X12″ sheets. This way I have FOUR… YES FOUR pieces of paper. I can let my little hoarding self use one or two of these pieces and still have some left!! Woohoo!! Well it works for me. LOL!!


So that is where I started today, with a quartered piece of 12″X12″ designer paper.  To make sure that there was absolutely no waste of my precious paper, I created another 6″X6″ One Sheet Wonder (OSW) template.  I just love making these.  They also work, of course, for all of the 6″X6″ pads of designer paper available now.  And I created a sketch (which I almost followed!  lol) that can be used with the pieces from the OSW that will make into four cards.  Here’s the template for the OSW.


I needed a couple of masculine birthday cards and a couple of wedding cards.  Since this was a double sided patterned paper, it worked out perfectly with the stripes on one side and the blue toile like floral on the other!  Plus my 10 Designer Centers & Borders from JustRite had everything I needed for sentiments all in one set!


Here is the sketch.


If you decide to give this OSW/Sketch design a try, please let me know.  It would be so much fun to see what you have created!


Happy Crafting!!!


Stamps: JustRite 10 Designer Centers & Borders

Papers (all SU!): Whisper White, Baja Breeze (wedding only), Kraft and Chocolate Chip (birthday only),  DSP Parisian Breeze

Inks: SU! Chocolate Chip Marker

Accessories: Brads, SU! Photo Corner Punch, Cuttlebug, Swiss Dot Embossing Folder (wedding only), Argyle Embossing Folder (birthday only), SU! Taffeta and Satin Ribbon Rose (wedding only), SU! Rope Twine (birthday only)

49 Responses to “JustRite, a One Sheet Wonder and a Sketch”

  1. I am speachless, this is great!!! No waste at all and so many beautiful cards…. need to make a male card as well… but dooh, will be never as successful as you!

  2. What a great idea to quarter the sheets. And a space saver too. These cards are neat and I’m going to play when I get home from work tonight.

  3. Thank you for all the inspiration and information, it takes time to put together such a post, I know. I love these colours together and the texture combinations too.

  4. OMG, this OSW is awesome. What adorable cards!

  5. Beautiful!! Love the sketch!! Love the papers, love the idea of making use of all the paper!

  6. Love these cards, they are so pretty! Bookmarking this OSW for future reference…! 🙂

  7. Pretty cards and a great sketch, Susan! I like your idea of quartering the big sheets, too. Brilliant!

  8. You are so clever—what a great idea! (Light bulb over head!)

  9. You crack me up, Susan – quartering your papers so you can actually use them!! lol Good for you, though, figuring a way to part with some of it. ;P

    Love your sketch, and your cards are very pretty!

  10. Great idea! And I thought I was the only paper collector — glad to hear I’m not the only one.

  11. Yes actually, I will use this! LOL!
    I was going to ask if you mind if I use (in a class) your template you posted previously with the 6×6 sheet of DP. I like this too! 🙂

    Plus these are great cards!!!

  12. love the cards-really like how the cb folder looks so great on the b’day card-perfect for a man

  13. Susan, look how smart you are and so conservative w/that beautiful paper. I love your designs and they are so classy!

  14. love these cards and I have that Just rite set must pull it out now LOL

  15. Oh my goodness! I love your sketch. TFS your wonderful one sheet wonders!

  16. These are beautiful, Susan…I love the stamps, layout, colors and paper you used!! Thanks for the template, too….I’ll have to give this a try!!!

  17. Wow ,beautiful cards always ,wonderful and elegant..Hugs Laura

  18. I Love these. I can’t wait to make a version! Thanks for sharing

  19. Wow, these have to be the most beautiful OSW’s I’ve ever seen.
    Absolutely love the layout and since I’m a paper hoarder too, now you’ve shown me a way to use it and stow it away!! 🙂 Gotta give this a try today!


  20. Beautiful cards. Thanks so much for sharing. Now to try to put your ideas to my stash!

  21. These cards are wonderful! Love the colors. Thanks for this tutorial, and the layout for OSW cards.

  22. such a pretty set this would be to give to someone for a gift!

  23. I LOVE your OSW cards, Susan!! Great layout, texture, papers….and I love the JustRite greetings!! Thank you for all of the details!! You ROCK!!

  24. Love these cards! My sister and I are going to attempt to make 70 cards for our oldest sister’s upcoming 70th birthday. I will definitely use your template to make some cards for her.

  25. Wow! That is awesome, Susan! I love yor sketch and the way how you used this papers!
    Thank you for sharing it with us!

  26. Susan, this is a wonderful way to use up all those tiny scraps of paper! You’ve also chosen my favorite dsp as well! They’re just beautiful, TFS your inspirational talent with us 🙂

  27. These are fabulous!!! I love your colorful sketch…so easy to follow!

  28. Oh Wow … this is awesome! Thanks so much for doing and sharing your OSW!! Your cards are wonderful! I too am a paper freak … there is no way I’ll ever use all the paper I have but I still keep buying more. I love the idea of quartering my 12 x 12’s … perfect idea!!!

  29. I have the same problem. I hoard that dp. I am starting to use it everyday now. I love the fact that you are quartering your sheets. It would make it easier to store too. Great project. TFS

  30. I love the cards you created with this. thank you SO much for sharing your template and sketch!!! This will be my next project!

  31. Susan, how wonderful!!!!!! Great OSW and what a fab sketch!!! I will have to give this a try!!! Thanks for the inspiration!


  32. Oh great set of cards and I like the sketch. See I don’t have tons of paper on purpose, I buy it and usually don’t know what to do with it so it sits here. LOL I am so used to solid papers and I try to use it a lot more, and I am getting better. :0) not that you wanted to know all that either. I always give you way too much info. lol Hugs…

  33. What a great OSW, Susan — beautiful cards!

  34. This is such a fabulous project and GREAT tutorial!!! Thanks!!!

  35. Thank you so much for sharing your template. I am having so much fun with this 🙂 Your tutorial is so well done.
    Take care.

  36. What a fabulous idea………..thanks so much for sharing.

  37. I so love how you designed the cards with the one sheet wonder. I am also hooked on the Justrite stampers, but have an awful time getting a clean, solid image. Do you have any suggestions? Thanks!

  38. Wonderful!! Just love your cards. Now I can use some of that 6X6 paper I have been hoarding!!

  39. Love this template and am so thankful you are sharing. Your cards are all stunning and I know they will be gratefully received!

  40. These are great!! Thank you so much for the template. Is there another template for the matting solid colors for use behind the design paper?

  41. This is great
    Thanks for sharing

  42. I cannot concur more! Good post, have a very wonderful day, L8rs.

  43. This is awesome! I just used 2 pieces of 12×12 paper and I have 7-1/2 x 6″ pieces left. And I cut enough pieces to make 16-18 cards! Thanks for this!

  44. What iz the card size?A2? Love them!

  45. Gorgeous cards Susan, thank you for the template and the inspiration.

    Warm hugs

  46. Hi! I know this is an old OSW but I just used it for some Operation Write Home cards. Thanks for posting this!! Here’s a link to the cards I created:

  47. Love the cards. I have never tried to do any of these before but will certainly give these a try. Thanks for the pattern.
    Cheers Yvonne

  48. These are great. Thanks for sharing!

  49. I just stumbled on this 6X6 OSW on pinterest, awesome!

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