Tuesday, May 19, 2015


#stampinup  I had a few samples of the Flashback Designer Series Paper on my stamping desk for a while, just sitting there waiting to be used. When I saw this week's sketch at the Create with Connie & Mary challenge, I knew these pieces would work well on the design.


I cut 4 1"x 1-1/2" strips of the Flashback DSP and adhered them to a Very Vanilla panel. I added a length of Real Red 1/8" Taffeta Ribbon. I cut two circles using the Circles Framelits Collection--one in Real Read card stock and the other with another piece of Flashback DSP. I adhered these to the design and then added a little ribbon bow.

I stamped a sentiment from the "And Many More" stamp set in Real Red and then adhered the Very Vanilla panel to a Real Red card base and I'm done! Quick and easy.

Remember, the Flashback DSP and 1/8" Taffeta Ribbons are retiring soon--and accessories are only available "while supplies" last--so if you see something, BUY something!! Just visit my online store, or click on the images below to be taken directly there.

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  1. What a fun CAS design using DSP pieces! Thanks for playing along with the sketch challenge this week on Create with Connie and Mary!

  2. This is my all time FAVORITE dsp and soooo very sad to see it go! Love how you kept it all so simple and uncluttered with the circle and the simple greeting! Thanks for playing along this week in the Create with Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge!

  3. I'm a fan of this DSP as well, so many bright colors and patterns. The recipient of this card will be lucky indeed! Thanks for playing along this week at Create with Connie and Mary!

  4. Great choices from Flashback, and great arrangement of pieces! Even though it is CAS, there is plenty to look at with all of the geometric patterns. Thank you for joining us at Create with Connie and Mary!

  5. Very cool! Great choice of DSP to use! Thanks for playing with us at Create with Connie and Mary!

  6. Love your fun CAS card and your decision to highlight one of your patterns in the circle and stamp you sentiment on the larger panel. Thanks for joining us over at Create With Connie and Mary this week!