I had a dream last night that something was amiss in the night so I went skulking around. I encountered my nephew and I asked him what time it was. He said, "It's five minutes to quarter to three in the morning." I guess that translates to twenty to three in the morning or 2:40 am. There was a bit more to the dream and then I woke up. Of course I had to check the time... 2:32 am. I'm glad it wasn't 2:40 as that might have been hair raising freaky.
I wanted to try out a one-sheet wonder today. I've always heard it called "10-from-1" but after a long, hard Google search I found what I was looking for under the heading one-sheet wonder. Essentially it is a recipe for how to cut an 8.5" x 11" piece of patterned paper into different pieces great for making 10 different cards. This time I decided to try the recipe for cutting up a 12" x 12" piece of patterned paper. I never used that one before. I have to admit that after chopping it up I was a bit disappointed to discover that a lot of the pieces are the same size. So my advice is stick to the 8.5x11 one for better variety.
The Fine Print: patterened paper by unknown; lacey heart die by Cheery Lynn; with love, bears, and bears & friends stamps Bentley Bear designed by Adam Pescott; ribbon by Martha Stewart; red backing paper by DCWV; brad head by Candi by Craftwork Cards; sweet on you by A Muse Studio; scallop circle by Marvy; puffy heart sticker by EK Success; When we Love saying by Stampotique.