Show Us Your Sheetload – March 2021

Hello to my fellow creators! I have decided to follow along with Alicia of Call me Crafty Al each month and do a video/blog post using her monthly Sheetload of Cards sketches. I used this month’s sketch to make more Christmas cards for my annual donation. I pulled in some paper from a Michael’s hot buy paper pad (Name here) I had in my stash. I used some embossed brown card stock (Recollections) for the mat and some cream heavy card stock for the bases. Once I had my papers selected, I went ahead and cut and sorted all the paper. I used some cut-aparts from the paper pad as my sentiment/images on the cards. I didn’t follow the sketch exactly. I went ahead and added a mat layer using the same paper I used for the strip (I did not use a scalloped edge). I also omitted the embellishment next to the sentiment/image. As you can tell, I used a square sentiment/image instead of the circle. I took a lot of liberties with this month’s sketch, but I like how the cards turned out. This took me a little over an hour to complete, which is perfect for getting a lot of cards done quickly.

Alicia’s monthly sketches are available for download to her subscribers so go over to her channel ( and subscribe for some creative fun.

#suysmar2021 #showusyoursheetload

Thank you for supporting me and helping me grow as I continue my creative (and fun) journey. Thank you Alicia for always making such wonderful sketches that are super easy to follow. Thank you to all the other creators who continue to inspire and motivate me.

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