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1 PIECE OF 6″x6″ = 4 CARDS. SEE THE VIDEO!

Last weekend I joined in an online “Craft-along-athon”. (It’s a bit of a mouthful). It was a Zoom event for Demonstrators in the South Pacific Market – Australia and New Zealand. It was a fun time crafting together. Isn’t it always. 🙂 (And that’s why you need to join the family to take part in these fun type of events. I always love to welcome new crafters to my JEN’s INK team).

One of the projects we made was using one sheet of 6″x6″ piece of paper to create 4 cards. It’s similar to a One Sheet Wonder which you might have heard of. I loved it and I have to say I have been creating them all week. It’s a great way of creating lots of cards in a short time – and using up that paper you have.

So today’s video I’m going to share with you how to create 4 cards from one sheet of 6″x6″ paper.

Be sure to stay to the end and I will show you the other card sets I have made. I would love to hear what your favourite is. You can find the Template Link further below.

Watch the video below or it’s now on Youtube.

Here are the cards from today’s video using the Hand-Penned Designer Series Paper.

Would you like to get the Cutting Guide Template? Head -> HERE.

I hope you get to create these cards. They are fun and easy.

I will share the other cards I created at a later date.

Have a great day,

Jenny

In Australia and need some supplies? I would love to serve you. You can head to my store -> HERE (Please use the Host Code: F4PDXAY7) or contact me directly on 0439 844574.

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