June 2024 Sheetload of Cards: Eight simple cards using 6×6 paper

Today is the last Friday of this month and so time for the June 2024 Sheetload of Cards. This month the sketch makes 8 cards, but the interesting difference is that the patterned paper is 6×6 rather than 12×12. I have some pretty 6×6 stacks and it was not difficult to find two options to use this month. While visiting Holland some years ago, I purchased a few pretty paper pads in a craft shop there. I enjoy making Sheetload of Cards.

June 2024 Sheetload of Cards using 6x6 patterned paper.

When cutting the patterned paper for the June 2024 Sheetload of Cards sketch, I had to adjust the sizing a little. The European paper pad is 15×15 centimeters rather than 6×6 inches. But I was still able to make it work so that the two designs came together well.

June 2024 Sheetload of Cards design one

I opted to use a green cardstock to matte the focal point and kraft cardstock for the cardpanel. I added the panel to a white landscape A2 cardbase. The cardpanel is cut at 5.25×4 inches and so it leaves a small white border around. I completed the cards with a “hello” sentiment that I made on my old Dymo label maker. I love that punched look for a sentiment and I thought it worked well here in contrast with the pink, green and kraft colors.

June 2024 Sheetload of Cards design two

If you are also hoarding 6×6 paper packs, visit the Call me Crafty Al YouTube channel for some inspiration and to get your copy of the June 2024 Sheetload of Cards sketch.

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1 thought on “June 2024 Sheetload of Cards: Eight simple cards using 6×6 paper”

  1. Another lovely project. You did well to combine the different measurements/sizes.
    I always look forward to checking your posts. 🙂

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