FLASH CARD 2.0 – Amazing Friend Card – Video No. 20

Flash Card 2.0 Amazing FriendToday’s FLASH CARD 2.0 is a layout I think you will use again and again.  Talk about EASY!  You can change it up with a different punch or stamped image.  I really love how the fold “hides” the writing on the inside (so you don’t have to worry about it showing through).

I used Iridescent Embossing powder on my card but if you’re really in a hurry, just skip that step and stamp your heart out.

Let’s get started with today’s video!

I hope you enjoyed the video today!  I have such a fun time creating them for you and you guys are always so sweet with your comments.  I just love you guys!!!

Here are the supplies I used on today’s project.  If you would like to purchase any of these, just CLICK HERE to order online!

Flash Card to Go Kits are available too!  Just click on the kit or kits you would like on the right hand side of my website.  🙂

  • Creative Elements stamp set   122645 (wood)  122647 (clear)
  • Best of Butterflies stamps set   133345 (clear)
  • Amazing Family stamp set   131907 (wood)  129192 (clear)
  • Wisteria Wonder Classic Ink Pad   126985
  • Pink Pirouette Classic Ink Pad   126956
  • Wisteria Wonder cardstock   122922
  • Pink Pirouette cardstock   111351
  • Very Vanilla cardstock   101650
  • Subtles Marker Collection   131263
  • White Gel Pen   105021
  • Iridescent Embossing Powder   101930
  • Heat Tool   129053
  • Elegant Butterfly punch   127526
  • Stampin’ Dimensionals   104430

You’re orders are SO appreciated!!!  Watch your mailboxes for a special Flash Card from me as my way of saying YOU’RE AWESOME!!

Have a fantabulous day!  See ya soon!

12 Responses to “FLASH CARD 2.0 – Amazing Friend Card – Video No. 20”

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  1. raymonde says:

    superbe carte j’adore vite fait et d’une simplicité c’est formidable très belle vidéo
    bise raymonde

    • Connie says:

      Raymonde, I am always so tickled when I see a comment from you. I immediately go to Google Translate to tell me what it means. I took French in school but well, I guess I didn’t pay attention like I should have. Thank you so much for always leaving me such sweet comments.

      Raymonde, je suis toujours aussi chatouillé quand je vois un commentaire de votre part. Je vais immédiatement à Google Translate pour me dire ce que cela signifie. J’ai pris français à l’école mais bon, je suppose que je n’ai pas fait attention que je devrais avoir. Merci beaucoup pour toujours me laissant ces commentaires sucrés.

  2. Maria Rodriguez says:

    WOW!!!!! Connie, this card is gorgeous, the Creative Elements flourish looks stunning and the way you added the little white dots makes it look like dew or Fairy Dust, like in the Walt Disney movie “Fantasia”. I don’t like designers series paper, I never know how to use it or mix it in a card but, like you said here, you can make your own DSP by just stamping something pretty on your card stock, like you did here. I’ve seen your Flash Cards 2.0 videos and I love them, having your paper cut out in advance really helps when you are in a bind to make a card quickly and beautifully. Thank you so much for all your videos, I always learn so much from them.
    Have a great day!!
    Maria Rodriguez.

    • Connie says:

      Maria, thank you so much!! I’m so glad you are enjoying the series! I so agree with you. I buy lots of designer series paper but I never seem to use it. Not sure why… I guess I just hoard it. lol And if you don’t have the SU white gel pen, it is the BEST on the market! It’s just fabulous!

  3. Hi Connie! Just love your Flash Card Series and LOVE every single card you make.
    I like my husbands take on all the stuff I buy (DSP)…….He says…..Now did you buy that so some other women can’t buy it! I like that….I don’t hoard SU Stuff…..I buy it so someone else can’t have it.
    YIKES…..Is this really cheaper than therapy?
    Thanks for sharing all your amazing talent with us – You really are the best!
    Kadie in Arizona

    • Connie says:

      Well, Kadie, I am glad to know that you are saving the world from the DSP shortage. Glad to know I am not the only one who hoards it. And yes, this is the cheapest therapy on the planet! Just ask my husband! After we were hit by a tornado, I was stressed beyond belief and even HE said stamping was cheaper than a shrink!

  4. Judy Boggs says:

    Whoo hoo!! I just finished two cards following this wonderful video. I didn’t get them done in a flash, like you did, but Hey, I finished them and they are beautiful!! Can’t thank you enough for this great series on flash cards. I love all of your videos and will soon have copied every single one of your cards. I don’t always have the same stamp sets but I always have something similar that I can use. And, I’m always proud of my finished product. Just so you know. . . . .we are going to have our granddaughter in a few weeks for a summer visit. She is 12 years old and we are going to make PIES!! I found your pie video and it looks like FUN!! Thanks so much, Connie. . . .you are awesome!!

    • Connie says:

      Well, I must admit, Judy, this card with the embossing may not be made in a flash but the layout COULD be, right? 🙂 I am so glad you liked it and I hope you and your granddaughter have a BLAST baking together!!! What time should I come over for pie???

  5. da Fry says:

    Another great card, Connie. Pulled out my Flash Card box and was ready to make this one for my next 9irthday Friend in June. I always make two so I always have a sample on hand I shared 3 of your videos withy m6 stamping buddy and she loved your style also. Thanks again. Ada

    • Connie says:

      Oh Ada, I am so thrilled to hear you are enjoying your Flash Card Kits to Go. I love having the cardstock cut and ready to. Makes creating so much more fun! THANK YOU for sharing my site with your friends! That makes my day!!!

  6. Molly says:

    Dang, after reading comments now I am hungry for pie! And I have some un-loved home-canned apple pie filling in the pantry patiently waiting, waiting, waiting… Hmm, pie and a card. Add some coffee and that sounds great. Love this card, thank you again!

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