Hello! Just a heads up that Summer Card Camp 2 starts on Monday. This class is the big mama of all classes – so many guests and a TON of cards.
Here is a bit more about the class…
Join your Online Card Classes Summer Camp counselors—Kristina Werner, Jennifer McGuire, and many friends — for a three-week adventure packed with cardmaking ideas! Each day, you’ll discover a new way to have fun with your cardmaking supplies, whether we’re exploring a color combo, transforming a design sketch, or learning a new technique together. Summer Card Camp 2 includes designs from over 40 guest artists (yay!), lively videos, PDFs containing step-by-step instructions, shopping discounts, and loads of giveaways! Plus, you’ll have lifetime access to all of the class content—talk about making that summertime feeling last! Summer Card Camp 2 runs July 8-29. Sign up now.
Want to take the class? Just leave a comment on this blog entry by 11:59pmEST on 7/6/13 for a chance to win one of THREE free spots in class! (If you win and are already signed up, your class fees will be refunded. Good luck!
My dear friend Kristina Werner and I have another new class at Online Card Classes starting at the end of this month. It’s His & Hers – masculine and feminine cards. People often ask about masculine cards… and with both Father’s Day and Mother’s Day coming soon (at least here in the US), this class couldn’t come at a better time.
We have awesome guest artists sharing tips, tricks, and cards for the guys and girls in your life… and EVERY single card has a video! You can register now RIGHT HERE.
I have THREE spots to giveaway for His and Hers! Just leave a comment below for your chance. I will pick a winner 4/18/13 at 11:59pmEST. (If you’ve already signed up for the class and then win here, your class fee will be refunded.) Good luck.
Love pretty patterned paper? Grab your favorites and join Kristina Werner, Jennifer McGuire and friends for Online Card Classes’ newest class – Pattern Play. Make the most of your patterned paper stash while learning tips and tricks and discovering both clean-and-simple and advanced techniques. Pattern Play includes many card ideas – all with videos – and a variety of card styles. Add step-by-step pdfs, a forum, giveaways, shopping discounts, additional inspiration and a gallery, and you’ll be ready to use your pretty papers in fun new ways. Class runs March 18-25 but you will have lifetime access to the content. Sign up now for only $16!
For more information, head HERE. Remember – all class cards have videos!
Hope to see you there!
I also wanted to give you a heads up about the April Simon Says Stamp Card Kit. It is up for sale now and it is the best one yet. Truly. Check out these colors… so very awesome. (I am using the same colors in my new studio.)
And that stamp set in there? Delightful.
So now is your chance to win! Leave a comment here by Saturday at 11:59pmEST for your chance to win one of THREE spots in the Pattern Play class… or one of the April Card Kits! (If you win a class spot and already signed up, you will be refunded your money.) Good luck!
True Stamp is an innovative one-day event bringing together top-notch stamping sponsors and instructors in a LIVE, online environment. Attendees will get the best in paper crafting instruction, right to their computers. Oh, and it’s all recorded, so if you want to watch you can revisit your favorite classes again and again – and it’s all included in the one low registration fee.
Next… just a heads up on a new stamp set that I am very excited about. I have been longing for a stamp set like this for ages. Ages! (I may or may not have put a bug in their ear about it…) It has everything you need to decorate your envelope before putting it in the mail. Adore it. Kristina knocked it outta the park on this one!
Have a Valentine’s Day card for ya… and a class giveaway. First, the very-glittery card…
This was much easier than it looks…
I started by adding Be Creative double sided tape to a piece of white cardstock, leaving the other side of the tape’s release paper on it. I placed the Hero Arts fancy heart die down onto the release paper side and ran it through my machine. Since I didn’t use a shim and the piece I am cutting is thick, it doesn’t cut completely through all the layers so the back (cardstock) stays complete. I removed the heart outline release paper and added the red Glitter Ritz. After rubbing it on well, I removed the rest of the release paper and added Cool Highlights (colorless) Glitter Ritz. Finally, I burnished the whole piece with a bone folder making sure that none of the glitter came off. This is fast and easy and gives a great “wow” effect.
Hi there, stampers. Today’s video shows a trick for doing die cut inlaying with intricate dies and also introduces the new Wink of Luna metallic pens. [All supplies are linked in the thumbnails at the …