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. I punish myself and mass produce my cards. I’ve been working on my current one for over a year now. I wonder if I will get them done for this year! 😀 I need your class and quicker ideas.

  2. I mass produce my cards every year! It has gotten tougher with a baby, but I look forward to it each year. I would LOVE to win one of the classes!

  3. This is my first year paper crafting and my plan is to mass produce about 30 cards. Thanks for the chance to win. I took the copics class and it was awesome!

  4. just got sucked in the rabbit hole this year. i hope to learn more from you and kristina, and present really cool cards this christmas..

  5. I do both. I make cards for my Dad to mail out and mass produce those. I make single cards from me for my family and friends. Thanks for doing this giveaway. I would love to win a spot in this class.

  6. Yup, I make a bunch of individual ones for a few individuals and so I can have fun making Christmas cards but then about 50 mass produced SharonP

  7. I do mass produce my Christmas cards and I am still looking for ideas for my card to send this year. I would love to win a spot:)

  8. I don’t mass produce Christmas cards but I have in the past. I am looking for new ideas and hope to win a spot!

  9. The class looks absolutely fabulous. I was able to do last years class, I would love the opportunity to do this years. Thank you for the opportunity.

    Jackie

  10. By mass produce,,If you mean 8 of one card…then YES! 🙂 I make a small amount of really involved cards that other crafters would appreciate and then a series of less involved cards for others. Excited to get some ideas from the workshop!

  11. Last year was my first time mass producing holiday cards for my brother in-law to give to his college professors and friends. Thanks for the chance to win a spot in this class!

  12. I always mass produce my cards for the holidays as it makes it simpler to get them done. And yes I always wait until the last minute hmmm…..I must like the pressure.

  13. I mass produce my cards as I find it is easier. Of course I wait until the last minute hmmmm……I must like the pressure.

  14. My sister and I usually select/create 8-10 card designs and then make 10 each. That gives some variety while enjoying the benefits of mass production.

  15. I have mass produced Christmas cards for years! Last year I decided to make 3 designs instead of 1. Much happier!

  16. I do some of both. I make several of one style and several different styles. I like the variety with the efficiency of mass production.

  17. I do a group of mass produced cards for co-workers and neighbors. I then make single styles for family and close friends.

  18. I pretty much mass produce all my cards as I am able to sell them at the local Farmers’ Market from June thru October….what a special opportunity for me! My social event of the year! I would love to be a winner of one of Jennifer’s classes…Would be right up there on the highlights of the year! Thank you for the chance!

  19. Hi Jennifer,
    This is so wonderful for you to offer a spot in yor class. I’ve always wanted to take it, but not always in the budget. I mass produce cards, but I don’t do a lot of them. I really want to learn how to do more sentiment backrounds and other backrounds. I struggle with that.
    Hugs and Happiness,
    Briana C.

  20. I mass produced cards, did about 20 recently. Love the opportunity for a class. THANKS for the opportunity to win.

  21. I like to mass produce cards; I haven’t been sending as many cards in the last few years, but enjoy the crafting. I’ve LOVED taking this workshop the last two (??) years and have registered for this year again as well.

  22. I am new to card making and would love to create handcrafted cards for giving this holiday season. Mass producing these cards would work for me!

  23. I am making several different styles of cards this year. I would love to participate in your online Christmas Card Class. I have been watching you blog and videos for several months and love them!

  24. I am a mass producer of Christmas cards….for the every day people on my card list. I will make individual and more ‘fancy’ ones for immediate family.

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