FLASH CARD – Betsy’s Blossom Gate Fold – Video No. 11

 

FLASH CARD – BETSY’S BLOSSOM GATE FOLD

Are you tired of Flash Cards yet?  I hope not because I just keep thinking up new ways to use those little pieces of cardstock.  I have received some amazing emails from you – some saying how this is saving you lots of time, others say they actually cut up all the scrap pieces into the Flash Card shapes, but more than anything you’re saying you love this series.  Yay!!!!  I love hearing from all of you!

Today’s card is SO cool!  It’s a gate fold but I loved how I was able to cut the Flash Cards up in a way that is new.  I hope you enjoy this card made with Betsy’s Blossoms!

I love to hear from you so leave me a comment if you can!  (and you don’t have to prove you’re not a robot)

What you need to complete this card:
You can order any of the items and have them delivered to your door at my website www.connie.stampinup.net

119683     Daffodil Delight cardstock     6.95
102482     Real Red cardstock     6.95

100730     Whisper White cardstock    8.50
126962     Marina Mist ink pad     5.95
126959     Wild Wasabi ink pad     5.95 
126944     Daffodil Delight ink pad     5.95
 126974     Early Espresso ink pad     5.95
 

126004     Betsy’s Blossoms (wood)     28.95
126006    
Betsy’s Blossoms (clear)     21.95
118611     Petite Pairs (wood)     28.95 (or any sentiment stamp will do)

122497     Petite Pairs (clear)     20.95

113439     Big Shot Die Cutting Machine     99.95
127012     Floral Framelits (set of 5)      26.95
119851     Curly Label  punch     16.95
123128     Stripes Impressions Folder     7.95
127751     Fancy Fan Impressions Folder     7.95

104430     Stampin’ Dimensionals     3.95  
126877     Whisper White Grosgrain ribbon     4.95
119246     Rhinestone Jewels     4.95

14 Responses to “FLASH CARD – Betsy’s Blossom Gate Fold – Video No. 11”

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Yellow is my fav color, especially when used, as you did, with another color that adds “pop” to the card. Very striking card…love it. Jan D., Florida

  2. Theresa says:

    Another wonderful card. I love the bright colors.
    Just wanted to let you know that I think your tutorials are so well planned out. You always have everything ready and the videos flow along so nicely. Thank you for understanding that we all know how to use the Big Shot and do not have to see it done over and over again.

  3. Evie says:

    As always, beautiful work. I love your flash cards and tutorials. Thanks for sharing your talent and looking forward to more of them for Christmas!! Love it, love it!!!

  4. Great job! Love the beautiful colors, textures and design.

  5. MaryJo says:

    I am LOVING this series!! You are so creative and are making me creative too!!! Keep them coming!!!

  6. Debbie says:

    Flash Cards. What a great idea. Thanks for sharing. I look forward to future designs.

  7. MizMaryAnn says:

    Connie, you are amazing. I am thoroughly enjoying your Flash Card series and all the other kinds of cards you make. Thank you for sharing your talent.

  8. Susan G says:

    These are just so much fun! I can’t wait for each installment to land in my inbox.

  9. Diane D says:

    I love the flash cards. I keep looking for the email and then watch the video as fast as I can get to it. Don’t stop! They are soooo clever and attractive.

  10. Wahoo!!! Not to worry! More videos to come!

    Had to take a break from the videos for a couple days to have my Hostess Appreciation Day but Monday, it’s back to videos!!!

  11. Margaret says:

    Another wonderful card! Love the embossing on the panels!

  12. Judy says:

    Hi Connie….I always love your designs and tutorials. I just love your flash cards. These tutorials have helped me use up my scraps and small pieces of ds paper that I just don’t want to throw away because I know I can use them on something. Thanks for sharing and keep up the awesome work you do. Congratulations on Founders Circle.

  13. ccnz says:

    Hey Connie, this was the inspiration for the card I taught a class of 20 women to make last night – it was chaotic but everyone had fun. I’ll post on SC so you can see 🙂

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