Sunday, September 25, 2022

Crisp Air One Sheet Wonder Card Workshop

Love this time of year! Fall is my favorite season for so many reasons, especially living here in Massachusetts. I love watching the leaves change color as the weather gets cooler. That is why I could not wait to create this new One Sheet Wonder Card Workshop featuring the Crisp Air Collection. I had so much fun working with the paper and the stamp set in creating these cards!

This workshop creates 12 cards (3 each of 4 designs) from the 1 sheet of patterned paper plus 5 sheets of cardstock.  This is the cutting diagram for the patterned paper.

These are the 4 card designs you will be able to create with this workshop.

If you are interested in creating this workshop for yourself or with your customers, there are 4 ways to get the files:

1. Follow the Buy Now link on the bottom of this post. The files are $11.50 (USD). 

2. Place a purchase on my Close To My Heart website for $35 or more (before taxes and shipping).

3. Join the VIP Program from Close To My Heart under me. All my VIPS get FREE access to my workshop files.

4. Join my Close To My Heart team, all team members have access to my workshop files.

Supplies Needed for this Workshop:

    X7284B - Crisp Air Paper Pack
    X7284C - Crisp Air Coordinating Cardstock
    Z8030 - Crisp Air Cardmaking Stamp Set + Thin Cuts
    Z3696 - Wood Panel Embossing Folder
    1385 - White Daisy Cardstock
    X254 - White Cards & Envelopes Value Pack
    Z6531 - Mocha Exclusive Ink
    Z6540 -Pine Exclusive Ink
    Z6521 - Sundance Exclusive Ink
    Z6510 - Nectarine Exclusive Ink
    Z3312 - Gold Glitter Gems
    Z1985 - Gold Shimmer Trim
Here is what you will receive with the workshop files:
  • Welcome Page 
  • Cutting Guide with color photos of the papers and directions for cutting the papers needed
  • Card Guide with supply list and color photos of the completed cards
  • Maker Release
  • Social Media image for you to use in promoting the workshop for your customers

I hope you enjoy creating these cards just as much as I did creating them!



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