Giveaway: Holiday Card Boot Camp!

Hey you guys! Have you heard the news? Jennifer McGuire and Kristina Werner have teamed up to bring you another fabulous class: Holiday Card Boot Camp! Here’s the scoop:

Have you taken a peek at your calendar recently? The holidays are just around the corner! What’s that? You wanted to make your own hand crafted holiday cards? We’re here to help you check that off your to-do list!

Join Jennifer McGuire, Kristina Werner and 12 of their most talented friends as they walk you through how to create your own of a kind 2011 holiday card in Holiday Card Boot Camp. Whether you’re hoping to create a card that includes photos, a newsletter, a gift card or more – you’re sure to be inspired by the many easy to mass-produce cards that will be shared in the class’ 16 videos and the numerous stamping and cardmaking techniques shown.

Holiday Card Boot Camp runs November 7-21, but all content will always be available after signing up! This fabulous class is only $29 and includes many prizes and discount codes to favorite online stores.

For more class information or to register, click here.

Doesn’t that just sound awesome? And! As one of the 12 guest designers I get to giveaway a spot in the class! Yay! If you’re the lucky winner and you already registered you’ll get a refund of the class price. (Aren’t Jennifer and Kristina generous as well as being fabulous?) So honored to have a little part in this, I feel like a celebrity!

To enter to win a spot in the class, leave me a comment on this post with your favorite Christmas cookie!

Edited on October 13: I forgot to put when the winner would be announced! So to give everyone time, I’ll pick a random one October 14 after lunchtime. Thanks so much! I’ve loved reading about everyone’s favorite cookies! Although it’s making me hungry, ha ha! :)

Edited on October 14: Comments are now closed and the winner has been announced here! 

I’ll go first! My fave Christmas cookie is a tie between clothespin cookies (mmmm, icing!), buckeyes (I’m from Ohio, ha!), and snowballs or wedding cookies (powdered sugar: messy but I just can’t resist them)!

What’s your fave?

196 Replies to “Giveaway: Holiday Card Boot Camp!”

  1. I am not missing out on this! So I’ve already signed up, but thanks for the chance to win a spot!

  2. I’m from Ohio, too, but don’t care for peanut butter and chocolate together…alone, they’re both great! Spritz cookies are my favorite…We put them through a cookie press to make Christmas shapes and ice them. Yummy!

  3. Tracey Randolph says:

    My favorite Christmas cookie is my Mom’s recipe for iced sugar cookies. Thanks for the chance to win!

  4. One of my favorite Christmas cookie is a regular sugar cookie decorated with royal icing. But I love them all! :)

  5. Hard choice, I love those dry nutty cookies with the hershey’s kiss stuck in the middle. Of course, chocolate chips are a great ole standard.

  6. Christmas is the only time of year I eat butter or sugar cookies! Thanks for the chance to win!

  7. I love the peanut butter hershey kiss cookies – yum!

  8. OHHH! I am not sure if this will count–but I LOVE peanut brittle. I remember making it during the holidays with my mom!!!! THANKS for the chance to win:) sbmmhoover at yahoo dot com

  9. My favorite Christmas cookies are Cashew Lace Cookies. Yum!

  10. Thanks for a chance to win a spot in this fab class. I always make Chinese Chews. They really aren’t Christmasy but it was a tradition from my childhood so I’m carrying it forward.

  11. I love gingerbread cookies, I guess these are my favorite! But I make so many sorts it’s really hard to tell. Thanks for a chance to win!

  12. Debbi McKelvy says:

    I love simple Sugar Cookies – and I prefer that they aren’t decorated – I just love the cookie itself. Of course I also like Snickerdoodles and Chinese Noodle cookies, both of which my grandmother used to make. Thanks so much for the chance to win a spot in the class!!

  13. Hazelnut Butter Cookies :) Yum! Hoping for a spot!

  14. I would really enjoy this class. My favorite cookie is the snickerdoodle. It is a variation on a spritz that my mom adapted from the Betty crocker Cookbook.

  15. Thanks for giving away a spot at this bootcamp. What a great collection of desingers :)

    My absolute favourite Christmas cookie is Lebkuchen – a traditional soft gingerbread kinda cookie. Mildly spicy and oh so good with hot chocolate.

    A recipe for you to get as addicted as I am – Enjoy :)

  16. Shortbread are my favorite. Thanks for the chance to win.

  17. Bourbon Balls. It’s a Kentucky thing. Yum! Love to earn a spot in the card boot camp.

  18. mmmm…cookies! I love cut-outs/sugar cookies with icing! Plus ginger cookies with red and green sugar and gingerbread boys and buckeyes too (my sister makes delish ones) and oh, you said A favorite. oops!

  19. I looooooove plain butter biscuits…..perhaps with some yummy frosting! :) Thanks for the chance to win!

  20. Mmmmm… Grandma’s shortbread is the absolute BEST!

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