It just so happened that I already had my current SheetLoad cards ready to post. Here is the May issue:
And here are my cards taken directly from this sketch:
Stamps: Hero Arts (A Real Field Wildflower), Papertrey (Flower Garden Sentiments, Mixed Messages). Carkstock: Stampin' Up (Riding Hood Red, Pink Pirouette, Bella Rosa DP), watercolor paper. Ink: Stampin' Up (Riding Hood Red, Old Olive). Accessories: Spellbinders Long Rectangles, Stampin' Up scallop border punch, Riding Hood Red taffeta ribbon, Word Window punch, Martha Stewart Butterfly punch.
'Scraplings' are the perfect way to use up the extra strip of cardstock leftover when creating a square card. Using the SheetLoad cutting diagram, you will have two 4.25" x 4.25" and two scrapling bases from a single sheet of 8.5" x 11" cardstock!
Thank you cards always seem to be in short supply for me, so I decided to use this SheetLoad recipe to increase my stock -- besides the card base cardstock, I only needed 1 full sheet of the Bella Rosa DP and two partial sheets of two additional DPs to complete 9 cards and 9 scraplings. Even with my tendency to hoard this DP, those are numbers I can justify using a couple sheets.
Be sure to stop by the SheetLoads to say 'Hi' to the other new DT members and to download your own copy of the May issue. Browse the archives for more quick and easy ways to increase your own card stash!