One Sheet Wonder Part 2

Are you ready for more Bellas??? Here's the second half of my One Sheet Wonder (OSW) Bella Show! Unfortunately, I was one Bella shy of a full set, so I threw in Cocktail Time from Inky Antics. She kind of blends well with the bellas, though - don't ya think?

For those of you just tuning in you can find the template (designed by Trish DeFoggi) for the OSW here. These are the last 5 cards I made for a set of 10. The designer paper is Kaleidoscope and other cardstock is Whisper White, Close to Cocoa and Chocolate Chip. I used Rose, Chocolate and Light Peach prismacolors and mineral spirits for coloring and Pink and Diamond stickles for sparkly accents. Polka dots on the bella clothes are made with a Chocolate Chip Stampin Write Marker.

The sixth card in the set features Stampin Bella. For the background I used my Swirls Cuttlebug embossing folder. I then inked up the swirls with a Tsukineko Dew Drop Pink Chalk ink pad. A doodled frame, Chocolate Chip matting, a few Stickles accents and a column of mini brads down the side complete this card.

The seventh card features JavaBellas. It also uses the swirl Cuttlebug embossing folder, chalk ink, and a groovy Cuttlebug flower diecut from the Kaliedoscope paper.

The eighth bella card features Imeldabella. What kind of name is that anyway? Hmm... not even sure what she's doing. Is she buying all those shoes or selling shoes? Well, whatever she's doing, she's doing it on a Flower background made with a BISK texture plate ran through my Cuttlebug. I added some dots down the side with my Sakura white glaze pen and finished off with some Forever Flowers.

The ninth bella card uses my second favorite bella stamp - Cosmobella. She's just so stylish and she's my only Bella stamp. (Thanks Kimmie!) I stamped her on Pearlized white paper with Ancient Page Charcoal Black ink. The background for this card is made using my Bloom Dots Cuttlebug Embossing Folder and inked with chalk ink. A simple, but very GROOVY layout for this gal.

The final card in the set is Cocktail Time from Inky Antics. I really wish I had this stamp, but alas I just have to live vicariously through my friend Cindy! I stamped some extra images when I was at her house and this is one of them. The background is made with the Cuttlebug Thanks folder and inked up with chalk ink. Stickles, ribbon and flowers make this fabulous girl fit right in with all her bella friends.





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17 comments

  1. love all your bella osw cards.

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  2. Good grief woman!! You totally went to town with these babies! And Martini Girl totally fits!! You did an awesome job!!!

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  3. Oh, these cards are just fabulous.

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  4. Thank you for my morning inspiration! Can you say C-A-S-E? Love how you polka dotted the girls to make them match the card stod. Just beautiful!

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  5. Love your blog and love your bella cards. I often come here for inspiration. BTW, Imeldabella is probably a clever reference to Imelda Marcos formerly a 1rst Lady of the Phillipines. She was filthy rich (their wealth had very dubious origins). Much of her property was confiscated and she was found to own more than a thousand pairs of shoes! She has become infamous for her shoe addiction. There you go. Tought you might get a kick out of knowing why the name Imeldabella. It cracked me up.

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  6. Wow these are really great! I love your bella cards! I am waiting impatiently for my cosmobella to come. So I know where I will be coming for inspiration! Thanks for sharing.

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  7. More great ones - amazing! It would take me a month to do all these cards! :)

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  8. Jules! Your coloring is da bomb diggity! I love all the pinks and browns too! I love em all!

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  9. These are AWESOME! I love that Martini Girl too.... However, I totally HAD to go buy the stamp!

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  10. They are all adorable! I love that paper. I have one sheet of it and it will be hard for me to cut it up!

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  11. gorgeous cards! love the colors and the layouts are fantastic! great work!!

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  12. did I tell you that I like the colors together and the sheet of pink just is the ultimate for the bellas

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  13. I like your maps that you have given to us. Thanks

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  14. These cards are phenomenal!!!Thanks so much! Love the Bellas...I NEED to get some!

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  15. OMG! I love your bellas...I have tried to use pink and brown with no success...you make it seem so girly and so sophisticated! I will totally be CASING this idea.

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