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I've just been hustlin' and bustlin' behind the scenes working on this latest online class!

I LOVE LOVE LOVE crafting for the holidays, but . . . I always seem to push off starting my projects until the last minute!  And, that's just what this class is designed for! 


Just in the nick of time for the holiday "procrasti-crafter": Quick and easy cards, wraps and tags for the holidays, including favorite tips, tools & supplies for easy mass production so you can still enjoy a handmade holiday even at the last minute! There are even a few darling low-cost gift ideas you can quickly create with your paper crafting tools tucked into this class!

Join me and and some dear special guest designer friends for this 5-day class of holiday fun!  The Christmas In a Flurry Online Class includes shopping discounts, prizes and video instruction with supporting downloadable PDFs. During this interactive course you will be able to ask questions and receive answers in a private forum, as well as upload and share your projects inspired by the class. Lifetime access ensures that you will be able to enjoy all course content at your own pace, and on your own schedule!

Class Dates: November 26-30, 2012

I have three seats to give away, so leave me a comment on this post, telling me one of your favorite holiday traditions! One comment per person, please! Enter by Thursday, Nov. 15th, 2012 at 9pm PST and I will draw 3 winners and announce on Friday, Nov. 16th!

It's time to get merry!

P.S.  Procrasti-crafter . . . that is so not a real word . . . that I made up . . . so . . . you will not find it in Webster's . . . *chinkle*

  1. Every year I pick a friend or family member who has had a rough year and I give the 12 days before Christmas–12 gifts one to be opened each of the 12 days before Christmas. It is so much fun and well worth the effort by the responses I have gotten.

    A holiday class with you…what better present could I ask for.

  2. I work many hours and most of the time am too tired to even get my craft on. BUT, I ALWAYS cook Thanksgiving meal at home (usually for an army, even though it’s just my daughter and I and 2 furbabes!), about a week before joining in on the rest of the family/friends meals. Thanksgiving has always been the holiday that stands out as a time to stop whatever madness is going on and focus on the upcoming holiday season. And what better way than to kick it off with a big meal?