Firstly here is the full set of cards. I used a single piece of DSP measuring 19cm x 18.5cm. I chose this sheet because one side had lots of lovely colours while the other was Island Indigo and Whisper White allowing me to have two different colour pallets.
Card 2: For this card I used the Bloomin' Marvellous for the flowers, leaves and sentiment. I just love these colours, so bright and cheerful.
Card 3: I flipped the DSP over to use the Island Indigo and to mute it down a little I brayered it with Pool Party. I some fun with this one, sponging the flowers and the doily and adding lots of pearls! The cute little bow I learned off the very lovely Andrea from EnchantINK. After following Andrea's blog for years and being inspired by her creations it was wonderful to be able to meet her in person! Thanks Andrea.
Card 5: I wanted to do something a little different with this card so used my two butterfly punches and paper piercing pack then slid the strip of DSP behind so that pattern shows. Sentiment from Perfectly Penned and the ribbon from the Sycamore Street Ribbon & Buttons Pack.
Card 6: Keeping fairly simple on this one I added a glimmer brad and some brushed gold card stock behind the DSP panels and sentiment. Sentiment from Teeny Tiny Sentiments.
Card 7: I love this card, I think it is my favourite of the set. I fairly closely followed the sample on the original page of the OSW. I love that the a la carte sentiment is so flourishy and that it ties in so well with the flourish from Everything Eleanor.
Card 8: This is another one I struggled with just a little. I had the basic layout in my head but it wasn't quite right. It took a coming back after a lunch break to realise the butterflies were needed to add balance. The embossing folder used is also available for free during Sale-A-Bration - Vine Street.
Card 9: I used the Postage Stamp Punch to layer the small pieces of DSP and stamped the Whisper White with images from Bloomin' Marvellous and Petite Pairs. I love the ribbon available for free as part of SAB as well, such a lustre and so easy to make bows with.
Finally here is the layout for the One Sheet Wonder in metric. All 9 cards made from just one piece of DSP! If you are thinking of doing one of these, my suggestion would be to choose a DSP with a reasonably small pattern or it will get lost on the smaller pieces. One with lots of colour also gives you lots of options for colours in your card.