FLASH CARDS 2.0 – Cupcake Store Front – Video No. 3

Today’s card is delish!!!  It reminds me of all those fabulous cupcake shops that are opening up all over town (The Flying Cupcake is my favorite though!)

This card has a few more steps than some of my other Flash Cards but it’s a Flash Card none the less!  2 little pieces of cardstock and you’re ready to head out to the party!  Did you forget the gift?  Stop by your nearest cupcake shop and pick up her favorite.  You can’t go wrong with sugar!

Are you ready for the video!  Here we go!

Want to create this card?  Here are the items I used.  To order, click on the link to ORDER ONLINE and here are the things I used:
Check to see which supplies you already own and if you don’t have the stamps or accessories that I used, get creative with what you DO have!
Create-a-Cupcake (WOOD)     121915         22.95 OR
Create-a-Cupcake (Clear)     121982         16.95

Whisper White Cardstock     100730     8.50 OR

Pink Pirouette Cardstock     111351     6.95

Chocolate Chip Classic Ink pad     126979     5.95

Real Red Classic Ink pad     126949     5.95

Pink Pirouette Classic Ink pad     126956     5.95

Cupcake Builder punch      121807     16.95

Word Window punch     119857     15.95

Big Shot die cutting machine     113439    99.95

Designer Rosette die     125594     42.95

Stampin’ Dimensionals     104430     3.95
SNAIL adhesive     104332    6.95
SNAIL adhesive REFILL    104331      4.50

3 Responses to “FLASH CARDS 2.0 – Cupcake Store Front – Video No. 3”

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  1. This is just adorable and with sure saves some time using the Rosette die….I’ve done the other way but this will be more fun when I get the die and my customer/friend gets the Cupcake Bldr punch…. Thanks, Connie…just love all of your Flash Cards….!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Wow! I am SO impressed, not only with your design for an awning card, but that you were able to do it using the Flash 2.0 template! AMAZING! I don’t have the rosette die (yet, lol), so I’ll have to do some creative improvisation.

    With as many steps as there are to this card, you managed to show it without making it all seem impossibly rushed. Thanks so much for slowing down just a little — it makes a big difference!

  3. Love, Love, Love this card! It’s totally amazing you can get all that out of just the Flash card pieces!! I’ll bet you dream layouts! PS. I also love your new video intro. You’re stylin’ , girl!!
    The other Connie : >

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