Online Card Classes: Pattern Play Giveaway!


When you get a new pad of paper are you like a bunny in a carrot patch? Me too! But then I squirrel it away. Ahem.

Well, it’s time to let that paper come out and play, with Online Card Classes’ newest class: Pattern Play!

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Love pretty patterned paper? Grab your favorites and join Kristina Werner, Jennifer McGuire and friends (including me!) for Online Card Classes’ newest class – Pattern Play. Make the most of your patterned paper stash while learning tips and tricks and discovering both clean-and-simple and advanced techniques. Pattern Play includes many card ideas – all with videos – and a variety of card styles. Add step-by-step pdfs, a forum, giveaways, shopping discounts, additional inspiration and a gallery, and you’ll be ready to use your pretty papers in fun new ways. Class runs March 18-25 but you will have lifetime access to the content. Sign up now for only $16!

So thrilled to be a part of this class. Want to win a spot? Just leave a comment on this post with something that you love about spring by FRIDAY!

If you’ve already registered you’ll receive a refund — or better yet, pass along your spot to a friend! Hope to see you there. :)

Updated at 9:45 on Saturday, March 16: the lucky random winner is #85, Margie Visnick! Margie, I emailed you. Happy spring and hope to see everyone in class! 

98 Replies to “Online Card Classes: Pattern Play Giveaway!”

  1. Pattern paper and two of my favorite designers! I would love to win. Thanks for the chance.

  2. I like that the sun sets later every day, and daffodils and tulips and cherry blossoms.

  3. Melissa Hungria says:

    I have a collection of glass figurines like yours. I’ve had them since I was in elementary school. They’re very hard to find in small shops nowadays. My most favorite part of spring is the crocuses. On my walk to my school building, the preschoolers plant crocuses every year. As soon as I see them, I start dreaming of outside activities! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  4. tender green leaves

  5. I love it when bright green grass starts growing in the spring, the vibrant color is great to see after all the white snow that has been there for months =)

  6. Karen Haworth says:

    I love to see the lambs gambling in the field. It reminds of many times we took my daughter when she was about 2 years old to watch them. She was happy to spend an hour just mesmerised,

  7. I absolutely love all the colour that the world gets decked in with flowers blooming everywhere. My sinuses hates it, but my eye loves it :)

    Thank you for a chance to win a spot in this much needed class.

  8. I love seeing some of my favorite flowers like tulips and daffodils budding, more sunlight and colors.

  9. Opening up the house, the birds singing and the buds springing forth!

  10. Having the windows open for fresh spring air-can’t wait!

  11. The lengthening days, the green buds on the hedgerows, the cheery daffodils and just – colour!

  12. I have way too many patterned papers. Would so love to win a spot in this class so I can actually use my stash!!

  13. What I love about Spring is the feeling of renewal, showers, flowers, sunlight and warm weather!

  14. My favorite thing to do is the egg hunt for my two girls and putting a fun basket together fill with fun stuff. Thanks for the giveaway

  15. Love the warmer temperatures and colorful nature! Thanks for a chance to win.

  16. Would love to win this class!! Jen and Kristina have the best classes ever!!!
    Thanks so much!!

  17. What I love mostly about Spring is that it is the end of snow for at least until the next November. Thanks for a chance to win a spot in this fun class.

  18. I love seeing all the butterflies! And, it’s time to start feeding my Koi again. (They don’t get fed during the late fall and winter, because the water temperatures are too low.)

  19. Yes, I have hoarded, but I’m getting better and even use my scraps. Looks like a great class. Thanks for a chance to win a spot.

  20. I’m with Vera… More patterned paper than I know what to do with!

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