11.6.2010 – Limelight Project Parade Day

It is November’s Limelight Papercrafts Project Parade day!

The entire Limelight design team was challenged to use one 12 x 12 piece of paper to make a set of cards.  I, of course, bent the rules a little.  heehee.

I decided to use 4 pieces of 6×6 paper to make 5 sets of holiday cards.  YIPPERS, 5 card sets (16 cards total)!!!  Amazing right.  If you have ever visited the Splitcoast Stampers website, there is something called a One Sheet Wonder (OSW) template.  From one sheet of 12×12 you can make a whole set of cards (generally around 12 or more).  That doesn’t include the card bases.

I generally do not have much 12 x 12 paper hanging around unless it is card stock.  So, when I found a OSW 6×6 template HERE, I was super excited.  To make it work and to add a little interested, I opted to use some solid card stock as well.

Here is the list of my basic supples:

2 – 6×6 of Mitten Weather paper
1 – 6×6 of Olivia paper
1 – 6×6 of kraft paper
1 – 12×12 of gray cardstock
1 – 12×12 of pink cardstock
Bows & Holly stamp set
Find the Joy Itty Bitty stamp
Ivory & Brown burlap string
Togetherness buttons
white gel pen
charcoal Colorbox chalk ink

I also used the Spellbinders Lacey Squares & Labels 14 dies, the Seeing Spots & Snowflake embossing folders by Cuttlebug and some EK success & Martha Stewart border punches.

This was an A.Maz.InG way to create a ton of holiday cards without using a lot of different product.  Love that!

Hop on over to Lynn’s blog next.

Here is the full list of Limelight Chick’s in today’s hop in case you get lost along the way.
Karen (guest designer)
Lisa (you are here)

Don’t forget to check out the {SALE} at the Limelight Papercrafts store.


12 thoughts on “11.6.2010 – Limelight Project Parade Day

  1. Your blog header looks amazing! And these cards, wow! I never thought to pull out my paper pads in a 6×6 size. Love the way these look, and with such few elements!

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