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Holiday Card Workshop 2014 GIVEAWAY!

It’s that time of year again! Time for another Holiday Card Workshop over at Online Card Classes. All new. All cards with videos. Woot!

Holiday Card Workshop 2014 starts this Monday.

Here’s a bit more info about class…

Making a card list and checking it twice? Online Card Classes is here to help you send handmade holiday cards to everyone on your list this year (plus a few extra… just in case). That’s right, we’re back with ALL NEW holiday card inspiration for the 2014 holiday season!

Join instructors Kristina Werner and Jennifer McGuire—plus special guest artists—for a very merry card class packed with ideas, techniques, and card-making know-how. We’ve been busy little elves, and you’re going to love all the die-cutting, layering, coloring, clean-and-simple cards, elegant designs, and so much more that we’ve packed into our sack of goodies for this class! Over 17 videos!

Class runs November 3 – 14, 2014, but you can take it anytime. Head HERE to register.

GIVEAWAY

I have three spots in Holiday Card Workshop 2014 to give away! (If you win and have already registered, your class fees will be refunded.) For your chance, leave a comment here by 11:59pmEST on 11/2/14 telling me if you mass produce cards for the holidays. (Winners will be emailed and added to my “Winners” page.)

UPDATE ON GIVEAWAY WINNERS

I have come up with a new way to announce winners for giveaways. I get a lot of emails asking who won certain prizes. So I am keeping “Winners” page that I will keep updated. That way you can see at anytime who winners are for all my giveaways. I will have a link to this page on every post with a giveaway. (Please do know that I also always email winners.) Hope this helps!


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1,092 thoughts on “Holiday Card Workshop 2014 GIVEAWAY!”

  1. Just recently discovered your blog! I binge watched your youtube videos in the past 48 hours and my head is swirling with ideas. I have not tried mass producing my holiday cards but would love for the opportunity to learn how. Crossing my fingers and toes for the opportunity to win a spot!! Thanks again for your generosity!!

  2. I do, particularly this year when I won’t be able to start my Christmas cards until late Nov. because of some other projects I need to finish.

  3. I do not mass produce my cards – I just love having fun making each one individually and different. Would love to take part in a class!

  4. Thanks for generously offering a spot in your holiday card class. Jennifer, your instructional videos are the best! Thank you.

  5. I just registered for class because I love your online classes. No, I don’t mass produce Christmas cards- sometimes I don’t get any made- yeah, I’m slack and use leftover cards for family. But sometimes I create handmade gift tags for all my presents. 🙂

  6. Thank you for a chance to win. I haven’t even started my cards so this would be huge!! I do mass produce my cards. It helps me to be able to still do my own cards along with other things that need to be done this time of year.

  7. I make the same cards for everyone on my list, but it’s a small list of family and close friends, so it’s not exactly Mass anything! 🙂 and thanks for the winner’s page, I love that you always email the winner. I feel like so many bloggers just post and move on and it’s impossible to find the winner posts. I never worried about that with you, though!

  8. I mass produce 55-60 cards each holiday and my husband includes a handwritten note which he works on for weeks. A labor of love.

  9. Yes I mass produce. I make a music theme for my husbands band friends, then family with small children get another card, and lastly a religious card. Love making Christmas cards.

  10. cute and good plant info.

    A note about a further post. I, like you have never been able to use just an electronic calendar, I really liked the Erin Condren planner post you had. I ordered one and am getting it ready for Jan. I ordered the stamps and am in the process of labeling the sections.
    I think it will be very helpful. I will continue to work on the electronic part also, but don’t know if I will ever not have a paper planner. I looked at other videos etc online about the planner and like your simple approach. Some of the ones I looked at looked so confusing when they got done with all the “extras” the simple approach for me is so much better. Thank you for sharing. Come January, we will see how it goes.

  11. I usually don’t have time to mass-produce holiday cards, but I enjoy making a few for special people! Thanks for the chance to win–the class looks fantastic!!

  12. I would love to win this one! I make and send out Christmas cards every year. It really gets the Holiday Season started for me.

  13. I generally do not mass produce my Christmas cards, but a couple of years ago I was on a mission to use a huge set of small Christmas stamps I had bought, so that time I used the same design on all my cards. I did mix it up with the colors and embossing folders though! 🙂

  14. Mass produce Christmas cards is on my wish list every year, but some how i always did not managed to do it >_< Thanks for the chance to win.

  15. I would love a chance to win a spot in the Holiday Card Workshop 2014. I’ve already registered for my 8th workshop and can’t wait for it to start!

  16. In the past I’ve mass produced, but I am thinking that I will do individual ones this year. Thanks again for the chance to win!

  17. I’m attempting to mass produce cards this year for the first time to send in for distribution to nursing homes and hospitals.

  18. I have made small masses but this year I will be making large masses to give as gifts and prizes at work. I’m already signed up for the class but I have to say the first class is wonderful and I encourage others to join if you have never taken classes before online. The videos are awsome and instruction is A-1.

  19. Every year I INTEND to mass produce my cards…I spend more time looking at my stamps and ideas than actually making the cards and I end up only sending a few ;).

    Thanks for the opportunity!

  20. I have wanted to make Christmas cards for years but never seem to get it done. There is so much inspiration online but I feel overwhelmed with it all. I’m hopeful that this may be the year!
    Thanks for the chance to win a seat in the class!

  21. I love all your videos and I have mass produced my Christmas cards for a few years. It is so fun for me to start making a card and by the time I finish one, I come up with little twists on the card and end up changing something on the next card and so on. All the ideas I find online inspire me. Wish I had more time. I would love a spot in your card class. Happy holidays!

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