Announcing Holiday Card Boot Camp!

I am so excited to announce my next adventure with my friend Kristina Werner

Have you taken a peek at your calendar recently? The holidays are just around the corner! Weโ€™re here to help you check hand crafted holiday cards off your to-do list! Join Kristina Werner, myself, and 12 of our most talented friends as we walk you through how to create your own 2011 holiday card in Holiday Card Boot Camp. Whether youโ€™re hoping to create a card that includes photos, a newsletter, a gift card or more โ€“ youโ€™re sure to be inspired. This class includes easy to mass-produce cards, 16 videos, card sketches, and stamping and cardmaking techniques.

Holiday Card Boot Camp runs November 7-21, but all content will always be available after signing up! This fabulous class is only $29 and includes many prizes, along with discount codes to favorite online stores.

For more class information or to register, click HERE.

I have three spots for Holiday Card Boot Camp to give away! Just leave a comment on this post telling me if you create your own holiday cards and I will pick winners on Friday night. (If you have already registered and are the lucky winner, you will receive a refund of the class price.)

Oh, and a few other gals are giving away spots right now, too. Be sure to go leave comments there, too, for chances to win! Tami Hartley, Kristina Werner, Lisa Spangler and Shari Carroll.


I know many of your kids out there are doing fundraisers for school stuff. Well, my 16-year-old step-daughter is working really hard to help out her school’s band program. She asked if I would reach out to my awesome blog readers to see if anyone was interested in ordering from her fund raising site. There are lots of great gift ideas there – just order before October 14. Thanks for considering – Kay and I thank you! Just visit THIS SITE and enter the code “22B8TZM”

Oh, and you may remember Kay from her famous “blog takeover week” – it was a hit. You can see the posts here: Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4 and Day 5. Love that clever girl.

Hugs all around.


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544 thoughts on “Announcing Holiday Card Boot Camp!”

  1. I used to make my cards but since having twins it’s been quite a challenge. They are now 3 years old so I am hoping to be able to find some time and am looking forward to this class to motivate and inspire me. Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. I would LOVE to win a spot in the class. I have a calling to make cards for the troops throught the Operation Write Home program and I have lots of supplies, however, I am unemployed and cannot use what little money I have to take a class – which is a shame but a fact. Thanks so much for the chance to win and make cards designed by all of you.

  3. I’d love to win a spot in your next class. I have been making cards & projects like mad using the techniques I learned in your heart canvas class. I want more!!!

  4. This class is going to be so great. Thanks for giving us chances to win a spot. Yes, I make my Christmas cards. I started several years ago. It’s a part of our Christmas routine now. Hubby helps with engineering my visions and assembly too. Couldn’t get 60 cards done without him.

  5. This will be the first year I will make my own Holiday cards as I just started card making about 5 months ago! Thanks for the chance.

  6. I do believe I chuckled when you asked if I create my own holiday cards! You bet I do – AND I usually get my inspiration from YOU! I think it’s important to send a part of your heart in each card.

  7. I have always said I am going to make my own cards and just add a 4×6 photo to it. Then I think of the number I would have to make and I don’t even think about it until November and I say next year I’ll do it.

  8. I would love to win a spot in the holiday class. I made handmade cards for my co-workers last year and they love them!

  9. Would love to win a spot! I make our Christmas cards but in the last few years, I’ve taken the easy way out and done photo cards.

  10. Yes, I have been making my own cards for several years. I try to make them different each year. I have embroidered cards, made slide out cards, pop-up cards, and this year I am making acetate cards. It’s always really fun to come up with a new idea.

  11. Yes! I do make my holiday cards, and love doing it I wind up with 2-3 designs, multiples of each, and then can’t remember who I sent which one to! I need new ideas and would love to attend the boot camp. Thanks for the offer!

  12. yes, I make all my holiday cards. I am very behind this year. Would love to win a spot in the Holiday Boot Camp.

  13. I made my first Christmas cards back in 1972. I don’t think I did it every year after but I’d say I’ve done it for the last 15 years. And there’s always something new to learn in the world of crafting…

  14. Thanks for the chance to win! I have made holiday cards for many years now. Every year I plan to try and make them early, and every year I’m making them at the very last moment, LOL.

  15. I do try to make some of my holiday cards each year. Would love a chance to win a place in this class. Thank you!

  16. I would love love love to win this class. I took the Inspiration Showcase class and cannot wait to see what’s in store for this one. ๐Ÿ™‚

  17. Sounds like a fabulous class and I sure could use the inspiration and help! I do about 50 cards every Xmas and I struggle finding a design that I can duplicate . Thank you for the chance to win and offering what I know will be a great class.

  18. The class sounds wonderful! I make my own cards every year. This year, I’m eyeing some fab Tim Holtz techniques from the 2010 12 Tags of Christmas to use on my cards. Thanks for the giveaway!

  19. I do create my own holiday cards but only for close family and friends. And only those who I know will appreciate the work and time that goes into them.

  20. I love making Christmas cards so I’m really looking forward to all the inspiration the instructors will have. Thanks for the chance to win a spot in the class.

  21. I already signed up for this class, but sure would love to win….. I don’t send cards out every year, but when I do – I make them. Still trying to decide what I’ll send out this year, but I’m sure I’ll get some inspiration from this class.

    Thanks for the give-away!

  22. I make handmade cards all the time, it’s a great way to use up my scraps from layouts and other projects.

  23. I’ve been making my own Christmas cards for 15 years and usually make 60 cards. I’m very excited about your next online class and can’t wait until November 7th!!!

  24. I do make some special holiday cards but since I send so many out and I run my own business, I don’t have time to make them all…sure wish I could.

  25. I cant wait to see what you and a “few of your friends” have come up with for holiday cards. I know whatever it is will be fabulous!!! Oh and of course, I truly would love to win a spot to your class!!! It’s been the month (September) from hell for me, and I could really use a little happiness thrown my way. I wont go into all the details but I will say the month started out with my beautiful, wonderful Mother passing away. Thank the Lord I was with her, but things pretty much went down hill from there. So I hope to see you at your class one way or the other. Thanking you in advance for all the wonderful things you do that make so many people smile and truly feel good about what they accomplish with your help and guidence!!!!
    Tammy

  26. Hi jennifer, i made xmas cards all the time!!! I make some for sale…..loving all ur inspirations!!! thks for the chance to win

  27. Are you kidding me? So many posts already. But, I am feeling lucky. I don’t make all our holiday cards, just for close family and special friends. We send out over 100, so I just can’t do it.

  28. sometimes I do and sometimes I don’t. Depends on how much time I have. Taking a picture of the family (I hate indoor pics) is the main issue of whether or not I do a picture card.

  29. I have made my own Christmas cards for family for 10 years, but non-family often get store-bought. The most exciting thing was last year one of my colleagues asked me to make a few cards for her because she likes mine so much.

  30. I create unique cards for my immediate family, plus less labor-intensive cards for a few friends; the number depending entirely on my time management and the cooperation of my muse. ๐Ÿ˜€ Also I make packs of cards as gifts. This class sounds like just the thing to inspire my creativity. Thank you for this opportunity.

  31. Holiday Boot camp sounds like just what I need to get started on making Christmas cards as I love watching idea videos.

  32. The class sounds wonderful. Have never made my cards before but would love to this year. Thanks for the chance in win! ๐Ÿ™‚

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