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.


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.)


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. I wondered how you kept up with all the email questions about winners. Having a Winners Page will hopefully free up some time for you. Yay!!…I need to mass produce cards. Some years I have not got any cards sent out and I am usually bummed. But, I am bound and determined to get them completed this year. A Card Class just might be all the inspiration that I need. Thanks for the chance to win!

  2. I make a few different designs and make duplicates or more of the same…I love making Christmas cards! And I always enjoy all of the online card classes that you offer, I’ve been taking them for years! I can’t wait until Monday! 😉

  3. Mass produce? Yes somewhat…I at least make 3 or more of every card I make. Need to go read more about this card class opportunity! Fun! Tu!

  4. When making sets of cards for gifts is the only time I make multiples of the same card design. I do occasionally make different versions of my favorite cards. I love your Online Card Classes. They are always inspiring and informative. Thank you for the chance to win a slot in the Holiday Card Workshop 2014. And thank you for inspiring me. 🙂

  5. Wow, great class and thanks for the opportunity, I don’t tend to mass produce- I get bored too easily. Rebecca x

  6. Oh my dear, sweet Jennifer! This is super duper exciting!!! Thank you for the chance to win a spot in the 2014 Holiday Card Workshop!!! I do mass produce a certain percentage of my Christmas cards each year, then there are always those special one-of-a-kind cards I make for certain folks as well. So I do both!!! 🙂

  7. I don’t normally mass produce my Christmas cards. I like to spend a lot of time on each card to personalize it as much as possible. BUT, I should start to mass produce because with two small kids at home, I don’t have much time left to scrapbook!

  8. I loved the watercolor online card class that you teached along Kristina and others. Tough I look forward to taking another one. I could never mass produced because I would get bored soon. It is convenient to make more than one card in the same design, though my deal is to make four of each. It doesn`t take much more time than one, but I could live with repeating the steps three times.

  9. Yes, I mass produce the cards that I am going to sent out and I belong to a group (about 15 gals) and we do an annual swap at Christmas time so I mass produce those also.

  10. I belong to a card making group and every year we have a Christmas card making swap, so I come away with 16 cards to send. But I’m always trying to find something special, but not too difficult to offer for my swap at this event.

  11. Uh – I’d love a spot in your card class.
    Sometimes I do mass produce holiday cards, but mostly I don’t, coz I just have about 25 to make and like to try different new technics, products etc.

  12. I love making Christams cards even though I don’t celebrate it. I love making cards for the neighbors and they appreciate it a lot. I would love for the chance to win a spot.

  13. I’ve made my own cards for family and friends at Christmas for many years. Last year, I had the brilliant (????) idea to make instead of buy cards for the patients in my medical practice as well. I turned out nearly 600 cards last year, and am 179 into the process this year. I sure could use ideas from the Holiday Card Class to keep from getting bored!! My patients were so appreciative of my handmade cards, I just can’t let them down!!!

  14. Hi Jennifer, yes I mass produce cards for Christmas. I usually choose two or three layouts and go from there. I make a copy of my cards and write on the back who I send them to so I can give them a different card next Christmas if I still have some from the previous year. I love hand made cards. Thanks for sharing. Blessings and smiles, Emilou

  15. Yes, I do mass produce some cards, but I like to “get creative” and make unique ones also. I LOVE to learn new techniques and try new challenges, so I cannot wait to see if I win! Thanks for the opportunity! Love your site!

  16. I don’t mass produce as it kills my creativity, so I rather send a few special cards overseas & make card sets to give as presents….to family & teachers. Txt for inspiration!

  17. This is my first year making cards so I’m not sure exactly what I’m going to do! So many things I’d like to try, but time is fleeting…

  18. I have enjoyed taking the Copics Class so much. I still go back to it for reference or just when I need a little pick me up. I would love it this year if I could make a jaw dropping card and be about to make about 50 and send it to filter and friends. When people ask me what I do with my free time they say, “you make what, card?” Yea I’d sure like to show them! Ha!

  19. Yes,I do mass produce. Although, I like to change a bit(ex: using different stamp,color or pattern paper) to make each one of them special and something different than others.
    Thank you for the chance to win!

  20. This class sounds wonderful! I haven’t been crafting much lately due to home remodeling, “homeless” craft supplies (partially due to remodeling/partially due to the “I don’t want to craft in the basement anymore” blues!) and lack of energy, due to working 50 mikes away from home in a high volume/high stress Hospital-based laboratory. So I’ve been living vicariously through other people’s blogs, more than ever lately. I have some great ideas about things I want to make or techniques to try, but after work I am soooo tired. Anyway…I haven’t ever mass produced Christmas cards. I’ve only been making cards since 2012. I usually try to make special ones for my daughters and son-in-law/ boyfriends, mother-in-law, sisters, brother and close friends.
    Thanks for being so generous about offering a give away for the class 🙂

  21. I usually mass produce between 50-60 Christmas cards to give away to family, friends and co-workers. This class would be great inspiration for that. Thanks for the chance to win!

  22. I have taken online classes before and they can’t be beat! I love that you can view them whenever you want and they are so full of great techniques. I would be over the moon to win a spot in this one, Jennifer.

  23. I only mass produce cards when I am employed to do so or when I’m donating cards to be used in a charitable way. My family and friends get leftover or one-of-a-kind cards!

  24. I don’t mass produce, but I make variations of similar themes. I might take one ornament stamp and greeting phrase, and make the same design but in several different colors so I don’t feel like I am just churning them out. I try to stick with one set of product each year so that I know the following years my cards will be different.
    Thanks for the opportunity to take this class!

  25. I usually mass produce my cards as that way I don’t have to worry about which I gave to whom – not my usual style of card making, but it gets them done a done dusted in a relatively short time.

  26. Ooh! Looks like a great class! Thanks for the chance to win a spot! 🙂

    I used to mass produce about 50 cards a year, but lately I just mail out one of a kind cards I’ve created for various design teams and publication submissions.

  27. I do mass produce my Christmas cards although, sometimes I will make color variations for cards going to family in the same geographic area;) thanks for a chance to win a spot in class! I love visiting your blog.

  28. I do not mass produce my cards. I like making different ones for everyone I send to. Thanks for a chance to participate in your class.

  29. After doing my first OCC class recently, I’ve caught the bug!
    I usually do not mass produce my holiday cards…I may do a few that are a variation on a theme and then move on to something else…because of this, I rarely get more than a few accomplished! I’d love to find a design I could mass produce!

  30. I do send out a lot of cards, but I don’t necessarily mass produce them, but each year I tell myself that I’m going to because it would make things a lot faster and a lot easier.

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