I came across something pretty cool that involves card sketches on Splitcoaststampers a couple years ago. This was before I had discovered Pinterest, so I printed it off, put it in my idea binder...and forgot about it. I found it again this weekend and finally gave it a try. It was a great way to get several cards started. It is a template to cut out accent pieces for a total of 12 cards all from one piece of paper...some call these a "one sheet wonder".
Enough rambling...you can find the original template and examples to download here. They are Word documents, so I can't show you the images here. :-( You can find a lot of these "one sheet wonders" on Splitcoaststampers, and I even found a few on Pinterest (though I didn't find the actual templates on Pinterest-just example cards).
NOW...if you were able to get through all my ramblings, here are the rest of the cards! The above cards are also below with a little detail about how they were made. You may have noticed above that the cards are numbered. The numbers correspond to the numbering in the original. I flipped all my cards to they were portrait. There were portrait and landscape cards in the original.
I used a scallop punch and flower punches on card #6
I used the scalloped punch again for card #5.