Wednesday, December 2, 2020


Today I would like to share with you December's 2020 Sheetload of Cards by Call Me Crafty Al. Each month Alicia from Call Me Crafty Al designs a fun template to create multiple handmade cards. Her designs are always fun and easy to use. They include a list of the products you need along with measurements to help you cut each piece.

As a part of her design team I get a sneak peek at her templates and then get to design and share my card with you. Make sure to check out the other designers on the team. Their links are below.

You can get your own copy of the template this month by visiting Call Me Crafty Al’s YouTube channel:
To purchase any of the products you need to create this project visit The products I used are: Thick Whisper White Cardstock 140272 $8.25 Old Olive Ink Pad 147090 $7.50 Poppy Parade Ink Pad 147050 $7.50 Timming The Town Suite Collection - 155105 $74.25 (order everything below with one item number) Trimming The Town Designer Sereis Paper 153491 $11.50 Coming Home Stamp Set & Dies Bundle (save 10%) 155144 $46.75 All The Trimmings Embellishments 153540 $8.00 All The Trimmings Ribbon Combo Pack 153541 $8.00

Find out how to download the December 2020 SheetLoad of Cards, here: If you create cards using this month’s SheetLoad, make sure to use the following hashtags: #suysdec2020 #showusyoursheetload Make sure to check out all of the SheetLoad collaborators! YouTube Team: Call Me Crafty Al / Alicia: Bourbon Creek Crafts / Beth: Cool Cakes and Crafts with Amalia / Amalia: Creative Chelsey / Chelsey: Deb Houck’s Crafty Cottage / Deb: Lil Crafty Nook / Nikki: Mel’s Card Corner / Melissa: Scrapping for Less / Teresa: Stmpgrl / Paige: Blog Team: Airbornewife Stamping / Pam: Danni’s Dreams / Danni: Stamp with Sandie / Sandie: Instagram Team: @craftaholicmomma / Stacy: @deneen03 / Deneen: @fuzzyslippersdesigns / Moriah: @lizzies_happy_mail / Elizabeth: @scrpbkgrl / Lisa:

I made a couple adjustments to the original layout to fit the elements of my card:
  • Added more cardstock to the border piece so I could stamp my greeting and brought this piece to the front instead of tucking it behind the bottom pattern paper.
  • Brought the middle pattern paper up so it would give my houses a background to sit on.

If you would like to watch me talk about this project share. I have added my YouTube video below:

Have a creative day, Chelsey

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