Emergency Flash Cards

Have you ever needed a card NOW and I mean RIGHT NOW?  Why not create your own stash of Emergency Flash Cards?  This simple card collection also makes a great emergency gift too!
Emergency Flash Cards by Connie Stewart - www.SimplySimpleStamping.com Emergency Flash Cards by Connie Stewart - www.SimplySimpleStamping.com
I used only one stamp set – Embellished Events (page 26 of the Stampin’ Up catalog).  I love this stamp set because it covers everything – birthdays, thank you, Christmas, baby, wedding, sympathy, friendship, and anniversary.
Emergency Flash Cards by Connie Stewart - www.SimplySimpleStamping.com Emergency Flash Cards by Connie Stewart - www.SimplySimpleStamping.com
This set is perfect for the beginner stamper too because with just one stamp set you have everything you need.   A Flash Card to Go set, a few punches, a set of Stampin’ Write markers and you’re set.

Want to take them up a notch?  Each card has a bit of Dazzling Details Silver Sparkle on it.  Nice touch, don’t you think?
Emergency Flash Cards by Connie Stewart - www.SimplySimpleStamping.com Emergency Flash Cards by Connie Stewart - www.SimplySimpleStamping.com

  • Cut your colored FLASH CARD Cardstock to 3″ x 2 3/4″.  Punch a scallop oval from the center.
  • Cut your neutral FLASH CARD Cardstock to 2 3/4″ x 2 1/2″.
  • With the remaining piece of colored cardstock, punch a Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border.
  • With the remaining piece of neutral cardstock, stamp and punch out sentiment.
  • Adhere cards together and add Silver Sparkle to make your cards extra special.

Here’s what I used on today’s cards:

  • Embellished Events   131984 (wood)  126497 (clear)
  • Dazzling Details Silver Sparkle   127845
  • Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border punch   119275
  • Scallop Oval punch   119856
  • Large Oval punch   119855

Do you have a daughter-in-law or niece you think would love to try stamping?  This would be a wonderful starter set!  To place your order, CLICK HERE!

Want FLASH CARDS TO GO?  Order HERE!

Thanks for stopping by today!  Make it a GREAT day!

23 Responses to “Emergency Flash Cards”

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  1. Dianne Eure says:

    Connie this is your best idea yet! You are so wonderful to share this plus the examples! Woohoo!

  2. Rhonda says:

    Connie, you have the best ideas! I love your posts and tutorials.

  3. Awesome!! Great for a beginner class. Thank you for the inspiration.

  4. Mary Laffin says:

    What a great idea. Thanks so much for sharing.

  5. Beverly Lausen says:

    Connie, love these ‘quickies’!!
    Did you get to the convention? Have seen some pictures and loved the song “Be The Difference” Bet everyone loved the video you and hubby did, becausen I sure did.

    • Connie says:

      Beverly, I sure did! Had a great time! I will be posting an update in the next day or two. :). Our video didn’t make the cut but it was so much fun to make that it is no big deal. I’m glad you guys liked it!

  6. Love these quick and easy cards. I think I’m going to CASE them for my stamp class next week! 😉 They are mostly all beginner stampers, and I will have a couple of newbies I think too! Thanks!!!!

  7. magnifiques cartes bravo bise raymonde

  8. Doris Minton says:

    Love your tutorials!!!! For the Emergency Flash Cards, do you have a list of the background colors?

    • Connie says:

      Doris, let me gather that for you and I will post it later in the week. 🙂

    • Connie says:

      Doris, here are colors I used on my Emergency Cards
      Thinking of you with Flowers – Blushing Bride & Early Espresso – ink Perfect Plum & Wild Wasabi
      Birthday Cake – Melon Mambo & Tempting Turquoise – ink Crushed Curry
      Baby Duck – Soft Sky & Wild Wasabi – ink Crushed Curry & Primrose Petals
      Christmas – Real Red & Basic Black – ink Real Red & Basic Black
      Wedding Bells – Smoky Slate & Bashful Blue – ink Wisteria Wonder
      Champagne Glasses – Costal Cabana & Crisp Cantaloupe – ink Crushed Curry & Costal Cabana

      Hope that helps!

      • Doris Minton says:

        Thanks for the list of colors for paper and ink!! You are the best. I love you Flash Card series and have made lots of them.

  9. Kathy M. says:

    Connie, love this idea. Easy but really nice. You’re great! You seem to know just when I need some help. Thanks.

  10. debra higgs says:

    This is a great idea thanks for shareing this. Im sure going yo use this.

  11. Molly says:

    Brilliant, Connie! As a matter of face, today I need a baby card in a hurry and wish I had the stamp set with the ‘A new baby makes a new grandmother’ stamp for a co-worker. The card I’ll make her tonight must have a little sparkly crown because her grand baby was born the same day as the new Royal Baby. Her very own prince! Thank you for the inspiration as always! (Don’t tell, I think I’ll make a set of these for my daughter for Christmas–thank you for the project list too.)

  12. Bridget Speller says:

    Connie, Thank you.My mojo has left me and here is just what I need and better still I have the stamp set already!! You always come up trumps when I’m desperate.

  13. Phoebe says:

    I love this!
    Since stampin up doesn’t do deliveries outside of the U.S. and Canada, i have to make my rare purchases thru a friend of a friend of a friend so i only have a very limited collection of stamps and punches. (I don’t even have a Big Shot) Your techniques always help me extend the the versatility of the few stamps and punches i have. This set happens to be one of them. I had to sub the modern label punch for the scallop oval and oval punches though.

    By the way, may i request you to feature the six-sided sampler bundle?

  14. très jolies cartes vite faite et superbes merci pour tes magnifique vidéos bise raymonde

  15. Lillian Bjerregård says:

    Hallo Connie
    I follow Your ideas from Denmark, and I love it….. Again You give good ideas.
    I have to bye my SU in Germany, but it’s ok.
    Have a nice day.
    From Lillian

  16. Neppie says:

    Connie, great new set of flash cards. I didn’t have that set but I do have “Got Treats” (retired). It made some really cute holiday cards that I can have on hand for the year. Thanks for sharing your talent.

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