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Hey there. Today is my first Punch & Technique Class in over a year. and I'm excited! Everything is ready!

Today's card is a convention swap. Have I told you how much I LOVE Flashback Designer Series Paper? I do! This paper is appropriately named. I grew up in the 60's, and the colors just scream this decade! I used Age Awareness and Bomb's Away Birthday photopolymers, which are quirky and sarcastic:


In keeping with the retro "flashback" look, I decided to use the Circle Card Thinlet die, adding a 2 1/2" Basic Black circle with a Flashback circle center to add a rock n' roll element.

The "flip" side of the record:


The outside panel I covered with my "favorite fave" from the Flashback paper: Real Red, Hello Honey, Smoky Slate, and Pool Party. Combined with Very Vanilla in the background, these colors are so yuuuummmy!


The center and far right panels are busy with a piece of Typeset Designer paper, another Age Awareness phrase, and a wise-cracking phrase from Bomb's Away Birthday.


The clear photopolymer stamps make  it super-duper easy to stamp the candles right on top of the banner strip without having to pull out the Stamp-a-ma-jig!


That's all for now. Did you check out the re-stocked Clearance Rack yet? I checked and there's some fun new stuff at fantastically reduced prices! Go HERE to browse and shop.

Here's the supply list for the Age Awareness card:

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Carol Carriveau

Love your card...takes me back to my early teens when we had 45s and fabulous music (I do tell my age easiy! - LOL!)....what a fun swap!

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