Just in the nick of time for the holiday “procrasti-crafter”: Quick and easy cards, wraps and tag for the holidays, including favorite tips, tools & supplies for easy mass production so you can still enjoy a handmade holiday even at the last minute! There are even a few darling low-cost gift ideas you can quickly create with your paper crafting tools tucked into this class!
Join instructor Julie Ebersole and special guest designers, including me, for this 5-day class of holiday fun! The Christmas In a Flurry Online Class includes shopping discounts, prizes and video instruction with supporting downloadable PDFs. During this interactive course you will be able to ask questions and receive answers in a private forum, as well as upload and share your projects inspired by the class. Lifetime access ensures that you will be able to enjoy all course content at your own pace, and on your own schedule!
Class runs November 26-30, 2012 (Monday through Friday)
I used Hero Arts Metallic Decor gemstones for this. They are flat and shiny – the perfect compromise for blingy holiday cards that need to get through the mail in one piece.
I tell ya, I will be using THIS background star die for lots of things, including birthday, masculine and holiday cards. It is perfectly sized for a card…
By the way, sorry for the short blog break. Needed to catch ahold of life again. Not sure if I was successful, but I tried and that is what counts, right? Oh, and I have a winner of the Distress Markers – Melissa (with “lutheran” in your address)! I emailed you.
Hi there! Today’s video shares a faux detailed letterpress technique. I haven’t done this technique in awhile, but it is definitely a favorite of mine. [All supplies are linked to multiple sources in the thumbnails …