It’s Here! Connie’s Flash Card Technique

A few days ago I discovered a simple way of making cards easier, it’s called Flash Card Technique.  It was a creation by Connie Stewart and they are a MUST have for ALL stampers!  She makes it so easy to grab and go a card when you don’t have much time to sit for hours to come up with a creation.  All you need is a template and you can find it here.

I will often show you how to create a super easy flashcard, so sign up for my FREE blog updates.  You will get FREE ideas/inspiration to make it easy for you to come up with a card.  All you’ll have to do is copy mine… LoL.  With Connie’s brains and my creations you can get two for a FREE price of ONE… LoL.

I took some Very Vanilla and Tempting Turquoise card stock to create the flash card template.  I then used the Blossom Punch and the Modern Label and punched out the middle of Tempting Turquoise (the piece that become the border).  When Connie cuts down the template, she keeps the edges to also use.  This is what I used to stamp the sentiment with the Window Punch.

It is so easy, I know I will have oodles of fun using her Flash Card Technique.  Now it’s your turn… go on, it’s so easy!

Handmade Card Ingredients

Stamp Set:  Thoughts & Prayers, So Sorry
Paper:  Base Cherry Cobbler
Ink Pad:  Raspberry Ripple
Accessories:  Rhinestones Colored In with a Red Sharpie
White Stampin’ Emboss Powder

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About Maggie

I'm a Graphic Art Designer and Greeting Card Maker. It's a form of therapy and I love what I do, so I never have to work a day in my life. It's my win-win situation after a 25-year Air Force career as a hospital administrator.


  1. very pretty colors together.
    hugs, m

  2. Yes, I have fallen in love with Connie’s technique…I look forward to seeing your creations as well!

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