Make & Send More Cards
Using the Supplies You Already Have!
STOP LOOKING for ideas and START USING your craft supplies to make more cards!
Let’s face it – there are a lot of ideas online today to inspire you in your card making. It can be easy to get sucked into looking for ideas and then BAM you're out of crafting time and you haven't made a single thing.
You want to make and send more cards but you’re never sure where to start, what techniques to use or how to get more cards made in the little amount of time you have.
During my 20+ years of paper crafting, I’ve made a lot of cards. I mean, a lot. My favorite technique to use is called the One Sheet Wonder and I have used it to make HUNDREDS of cards in very little time.
What is a One Sheet Wonder? It's where you take ONE sheet of paper and turn it into a bunch of cards. You can start with a pre-printed piece of patterned paper or you can stamp your own background on card stock.
Learn how to use the mountain of card making supplies you already own to make more cards when you join the One Sheet Wonder Card Club.
You’ll get more done and have more cards on hand ready to send when you need one.
“This is proving to be the perfect way for me to actually make more cards. I cut my paper late at night, and make baggies with the bases, pieces and other items. I can put them together while waiting for kids, appointments, etc.” ~ April
“It is a good way to get started. I get overwhelmed with the paper and stamps. This way, I can just focus on one sheet of paper. And almost magically I have 6-7 cards.” ~ Mary Jean
“Have really liked this club this year. Best money I ever spent.” ~ Katheryn
“I am just amazed how many different templates/ideas Jessica has already come up with!!” ~ Cindy
“Love the ease and versatility of the one sheet wonder idea!” ~ Nanci
"I absolutely love being part of the OSW group. It's been the best decision I have made since learning to stamp. Thanks for letting me be a part of it." ~ Shannon
Know where to start, use what you have, get more done. It’s that easy. Let’s get started!
I love the instant gratification and sense of accomplishment I get when creating a card. It’s also a great way to brighten someone else’s day. Who doesn’t love to find a handmade card in their mailbox?
For over 20 years I have been teaching women how to make their own greeting cards. I especially enjoy helping women who say “I could never do that, I’m not creative.” discover that they CAN make cards that look good. My “there are no mistakes in stamping” attitude allows for a fun environment for learning card making.