Preview Week & Blog Candy

WOOO HOOO!!!!  Preview week has begun for Create with Connie and Mary Card “Create”tions Celebrations!  Three week of card sets from our fabulous design team!  But before we get started, we have a preview week to let you see what we are all about.

So I’m kicking things off with a card set using Tap, Tap, Tap!

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When the new catalog came out last year, I just HAD to have this set!  Guess what?  This is the FIRST time I’ve used it!  EEK!!!  I bet NONE of you do that!

My all time favorite dsp is the Flashback dsp.  I just LOVE it!  The colors are so cool and so are the designs.  So I decided it would be PERFECT paired up with the Tap, Tap, Tap set.

Here’s an individual picture of one of the cards…

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Well…since this is preview week that means two things…you can get a FREE tutorial on how to make these cards by visiting the Create with Connie and Mary site and then leave me a comment to be entered into my Blog Candy – FREE subscription to Create with Connie and Mary Card “Create”tions Celebrations!

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So head of to Create with Connie and Mary and download my tutorial and while you are there, subscribe to Create with Connie and Mary Card “Create”tions Celebrations so you don’t miss out on any of the ideas!

Until next time…HAPPY STAMPING!

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54 thoughts on “Preview Week & Blog Candy”

  1. Well once again you have changed my mind on a stamp set. These cards are awesome!! Thanks for the tutorial it saves a lot of paper from me guessing what size the paper should be cut. Thanks for the daily dose of inspiration.

  2. Another terrific card set! I just love the colors and the cute ways you used this stamp set. Since I recently purchased it, now I know where to start! Thanks for sharing your wonderful, fun ideas. Looking forward to seeing the next round of creativity.

  3. Like you, and Barbara above, I ordered this set and I have yet to use it! I’m off on spring break though, so perhaps today I can use your cards as a spring board and inspiration and change that! I’m going to go download your tutorial now. 🙂 Thanks for the opportunity to win a subscription!

  4. These are great cards, love all of them! I think I have a set or two that I purchased at the beginning of the catalog season and haven’t used them yet….guess I need to go pull them out! 🙂

  5. I can not believe that I completely over looked this set and I love it. I may just have to break over and buy this. Brings back memories of high school and typing classes.

  6. Martha Ludeking

    Fun, fun cards! Thanks for sharing your wonderful ideas. Looking forward to a great session of card creations!

  7. Thanks for the ideas for this set! I also purchased this set,,,had to have it….and have yet to ink it up. I will be trying your ideas.

  8. Beautiful cards. Really like the way you incorporated framelits into them, too. This set has been on my list, but I’ve resisted…so far. May have to revisit it!

  9. I enjoy your creativity. Thanks for sharing. I had to laugh about the stamp set you had to have. Unfortuntely (or fortunately), I have several sets that I “had” to have. I’m inspired that you finally broke yours out of the case. Maybe I will.

  10. What great cards, Mary. Had been procrastinating on this set, but I know what’s on my next order! Thank you.

  11. Great use of that stamp set! And the paper goes great with it too. I love watching your blog to see what’s new! Thanks!

  12. I do not have this stamp set, but after seeing your neat cards, I may have to rethink about it. Thanks for the tutorial!

  13. I Love love love this tutorial!! Thuis stamp has been on y wishlist and I plan to order today. This looks like the typewriter my husband used on his first job as clerk for the railroad. It brings back so many memories.. TFS nm

  14. Mary Alice Bellis

    Love, Love, Love your cards. This stamp set has been on my list since the new catalog was released, and I still have not got it. Love how you paired it with the DSP (my fav) and the cute word bubbles. This just might be on my order next week, thanks to you.

  15. I really love these cards!!! I love that set as well, but haven’t gotten it yet because I wasn’t sure if I would use it that much. Not sure why I haven’t gotten it as I have many sets I haven’t used..lol. Thanks for making me re-visit this set and putting it on my NEED list.

  16. For some reason this stamp set never really called my name, but you’ve created some beautiful cards with it! TFS

  17. I, too, purchased that set and the rubber has not hit the ink pad yet. Your cards inspired me so out came the stamp set for me to create cards tomorrow

  18. Hi Mary,

    I love your cute creations!!! 🙂 You’re right! That Flashback dsp IS perfect for the Tap!Tap! Tap! Stamp Set! 😉 And I love the angles of the paper on the card you featured as a close-up.

    Thank you so much for sharing and for the chance to win!

    Crafty hugs,

    Jennifer
    partridgelu at yahoo dot com

  19. Love it. Have a stamp set with a typewriter never could figure out what to do with it. Now I know. Thank you for sharing.

  20. Thank you so much for sharing. I love all your suggestions and just absolutely love your blog. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!! So inspiring!

  21. Christine Kiehl

    What a nice set of cards. Love the papers used. Thank you for sharing. May you and yours have a SUPER day!

  22. I love your cards! I agree, Flashback is a perfect match with this stamp set. Thanks for the tutorial, too!

  23. Just joined the card creations celebration!! Love the typewriter set! It’s going on my next order so I can make these great cards! Thanks for sharing!

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