One Sheet Wonder Class

This month we had a One Sheet Wonder (OSW) class. I'd seen a super, yet simple set of cards by 2 Big Girls Crafting which I had to have! Made using the Festive Birthday paper and colourway.
As you may have seen already, there are a vast number of OSW 'grids' online , this one made 11 cards.
The idea behind OSW is to use one sheet of Designer Series Paper, in this case a 12" x 12" sheet, to create toppers for a bundle of cards which you can keep simple or step up, just as you'd like. This idea is perfect when having to batch make cards such as Christmas time.
Now, I'm not going to show you the class cards - you can view them over at 2biggirls - but will share what the ladies made. They may decide to 'bling' them up before sending or may choose to use 'as is'. We kept to the same colour selection and used the Festive Birthday DSP.
BEWARE! Photo heavy post!
The following are by Sue Lee, Marian Roots and Sam Coates, shown here in the first photo - I couldn't resist using the blossom overlay on this photo as it was Chinese New Year..

Lovely Liz Walmsley decided to finish some of hers at home and instead opted to stamp some llama and cacti with which to embellish her cards.
The ladies also had a 12" x 12" white sheet of card and a water colour sheet to make their own cards from a grid at home. I stamped a 12" sheet to show them and will share that with you in another post.
OSW - a simple but effective idea when you need a batch of quick cards.