Giveaway: His & Hers Class!


Hey you guys! Have you heard the news? Online Card Classes has a new class starting this Monday, and I have a giveaway for you! Check it out:

Learn to create fabulous designs for both the men and women on your cardmaking list with His and Hers from Online Card Classes! Follow along with Kristina Werner, Jennifer McGuire and amazing guest artists (including me!) as we explore how to take a single technique, product, sketch, etc and use it for both genders. Learn to also stretch your stash for girl and guy cards alike, and so much more. By the end of class, you’ll have cards you can give year-round, no matter the recipient. His & Hers includes 17+ videos and 34+ cards (every card has a video!), PDFs, shopping discounts, prizes, lifetime access and more.

Class starts April 29. For more information on His and Hers, visit Online Card Classes.

To win a spot, just leave a comment on this post with your favorite supply to use on cards for him — or her! I’ll pick a random winner Sunday morning so you’ll be all set for class on Monday! If you’ve already signed up for the class you will receive a refund — or why not share with a friend? And you can sign up anytime and you’ll still receive lifetime access. What could be better?

Happy Friday, and hope to see ya in class! So happy to be one of the guest artists, such a great lineup. Can’t wait to see what everyone has come up with! xx

Updated Sunday morning: Comments are now closed.  The lucky random winner is #17, Josiane! Yay! See you in class on Monday, and hope to see the rest of you, too! Really enjoyed reading everyone’s comments. Have a great rest-of-the-weekend!

41 Replies to “Giveaway: His & Hers Class!”

  1. Masculine cards are so difficult for me. Whenever my husband asks me to make a card for one of his friends, I ask him if they like flowers – I have lots of flower stamps :-) I usually end up with some plaid patterned paper and a sentiment, pretty boring. I’d love to take this class!

  2. Looks like another great class! Thanks for the chance to win a spot. ;-)

  3. WOW – thanks for the chance to win!
    Sandra ltb

    1. got so excited – did not answer the question – cards for men usually involve geometric shapes – no flowers, no pinks, no flourishes … I try to stick to manly colors!
      Sandra ltb

  4. This class looks so exciting! TFS!!!

  5. My favorite supply is patterned paper! Always!

  6. I would love to take this class! My favorite supply to use in “his” cards are striped pattern papers. And my favorite “hers” supply to use is double-sided satin ribbon… and butterflies, too! (:

  7. Wow, what a great chance. Thank you!
    Hugs, Uta

  8. Currently I love using the wood elements on cards. I love the stars for guy cards. I have taken every online card class offered and have enjoyed them all.

  9. Everything wood and/or woodgrain! Thanks, Lisa – this sounds very cool.

  10. I do not create masculine cards often enough but when I do, I’ll usually play with distress ink colors and heat embossing. Thanks for the chance to win a spot in this class.

  11. Thank you for the chance to win!
    Flowers is the characteristic for my girlish cards and specific colors for the masculine ones (blue, brown, etc)

  12. For masculine cards I like to use a wood grain stamp or embossing folder.

  13. I love washi tape…for him…or her!!!

  14. I love to use stripes and geometric shapes, along with blues, reds and browns for masculine cards. Thanks for the chance to win!

  15. For HIM: patterned paper, especially the ones with grid lines of nautical themed. I’m also really obsessed with using teal, navy or brown/black for making masculine cards.

    For HER: sequins of all pretty colors because they add just the right amount of charm!

  16. My favorite supply for masculine cards is CAS sketch and style.

    Thanks for the giveaway and have a great weekend!

  17. Tara Liddicoat says:

    Love these classes… thank you so much for the chance to win a spot! I like to scour the dollar store’s hardware section for washers, gears, little metal ‘stuff’ to use on cards for men.

  18. love these classes! thanks for the chance!

  19. For him, I prefer to use muted colours in stripes or plaids…don’t know why, it just seems more “manly”.

  20. Great! I usually stick to wood grain or dark buttons with a sentiment for good measure lol. Thanks for the chance :)

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