OSWs are supposed to be fun and easy right? Then can someone tell me why I had such a problem with it? It seems I did not have a good relationship with the ruler. Oh, also not to mention that the print was so small I was getting and 8 yr old to read it for me LOL
This first one is a set I did at Brandy’s a couple of weeks ago. Even though the cuts are all wrong I made it work. It was a CTMH OSW and I think I should have had 16 cards by the end. Notice there are only 15. But I just loved the paper and was so anxious to use it. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it
After I got home, I started surfing for another OSW but couldn’t find one that I liked, so I set off making one of my own. How hard can that be? Not hard at all! Certainly easier than trying to follow someone else’s LOL
Here’s the outcome of that venture. I got 11 cards out of this one. I chose to make them all in a birthday theme so I’d have some on hand.
The DP is some that I picked up at the Scrapyard Scrapaganza last year. I got oodles and oodles of different polka dot papers for a mere .10 each and haven’t hardly used any. It’s kind of funny that when I decide it’s time to use it, I look for a way to use as little as possible. I really need to be freer about using the paper up.
Here’s the template if you’re interested. I’m not sure how readable it is though, but I’ll give it a go and if you can read my chicken scratch, even better!
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