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Four Days of Christmas Card Classes

This year, I’m getting ahead of the game by crafting some Christmas cards before the holiday season starts and I would love for you to join me. Starting on August 10th, you will learn new techniques and get inspired by some of the most talented card makers out there.

During the event, you will learn how to create over THIRTY-FIVE holiday themed cards using supplies you probably already own. In my class, you will learn how to create three-dimensional flowers with your shaped dies. I am also going to share some simple card making techniques that you can use on your future projects.

To be honest, I don’t know that I am quite ready to be holly and jolly, so I decided to share three more card projects and a free guide with you. All attendees will also receive a download of my Floral Sketches guide. This is just my way of saying thanks for attending the event.

If you don’t have time to attend the four-days of online classes, you can grab the VIP pass. This will grant you immediate access to the videos, downloads, and a ticket to the Virtual Crop.

As a VIP you will also receive premium bonus content from the speakers and sponsors, including free card and technique classes, and exclusive discounts to shop at your favorite card making brands.

I hope that you can join me at this free event as we learn from all these talented speakers AND get a head start on our Christmas card projects.

I hope this inspired you to try something new. If you have any questions about this project or the supplies listed above, feel free to leave me a comment.

Hey friends! I wanted to let you in on the products I use in my videos. Just so you know, I’m not getting paid to promote any of them, but I do have some affiliate links available if you want to check them out. If you end up buying something through those links, it would mean a lot to me and my business. And don’t worry, you won’t be charged any extra. Thanks for your support! Learn more

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