Behind The Scenes: Clean and Simple Card Class 2: Win Your Spot

January 19, 2013

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I will never tire of the awesomeness that are the Online Card Classes! This time around Kristina Werner, Julie Ebersole, Jennifer McGuire and friends (including me!) are going to uncover the “secret” to minimalistic and fabulous cards.

The card you see above is a little sneak peek a the technique I’ll be sharing during this class! I absolutely LOVE this design and can’t wait for you to see the design I created exclusively for the class!

During Clean & Simple Card Making 2, you’ll learn new techniques and be inspired by 26+ videos and 34+ clever and creative card designs. Gather inspiration from your fellow students and Online Card Classes teachers in the forums and galleries. Then print out class PDFs to take Clean & Simple Card Making 2 with you wherever you go. Plus, with lifetime access, random giveaways and shopping discounts galore, you’ll be able to outfit your card making stash in clean and simple style.

Take a look at the details here: Clean & Simple Card Making 2!

If you’d like to WIN a spot in the class leave a comment here! I’d love to hear about what Clean & Simple techniques interest you most.  You’ll have until Tuesday, January 22 at 12:00 midnight, EST. I’ll  announce the winner on Wednesday, January 23rd!

 

144 thoughts on “Clean and Simple Card Class 2: Win Your Spot”

  1. To be honest, I’m interested in any technique (especially with distress) that can stay CAS…seems like they tenc to involve too much “stuff” to be CAS.

  2. I’d love to win a spot in this fabulous class! I would really like to learn how to balance the design elements with the “white space”.

  3. I know that sometimes “less is more.” I hope to learn how to put this into practice from you! Thanks for offering the chance.

  4. Now that I’ve purchased a few new stamps and dies, I would LOVE to learn new ways to use them in your upcoming class. I enjoy your blog and always get inspirational ideas. Thanks for the opportunity to win a spot in your class!

  5. I would love a chance to win a spot in this class! I have only recently discovered your blog Amber, and I absolutely love your work!
    Thanks so much!
    June in KS

  6. Always willing to learn something new and this seems like the perfect opportunity. Your “Love You Forever” card is beautiful. Love the CAS look but always find it challenging to know when to quit. Took their summer class in 2011 and it was awesome. Thanks for the chance to win a spot in this class!

  7. Love the new concept and spirit of your blog, Amber. A spot in the Clean and Simple 2 Class? Pick me, pick me pick me!!!

  8. I’ve loved the Online classes I’ve taken so far. Guess what I love the most is that I always learn something new that I am able to replicate. I love having those – I would have never ever thought of this but I am able to do it – moments.

  9. Congrats on being a guest designer with such an outstanding team of presenters! I would like to learn design tips on making C&S cards look like they have a designer classy style just not white space. I know you do this so well…what are your secrets?

  10. I love your card style and would love to win a spot in class. This would make my card making so much easier, it would be great to learn from the pros that I love.

  11. I would love a chance to win this class. I would like any tips and tricks to get me to make more succint cards. I try, but they always look like I took it a step too far. Finding your blog has been great though, you are a great teacher.

  12. I would love to learn some go-to techniques that give my cards a lot of bang for the buck, in other words ones that make them look great but that aren’t terribly difficult or time consuming to achieve.

  13. So nice to see you’ll be contributing to this always great class. I’d like to see some emphasis put on using up scraps and stretching the use of sentiment stamps. I realize most of the instructors have a vested interested in selling products, but I’d be more likely to buy some of the collections if I had ideas on making them do double-, triple-, quadruple-duty.

  14. Card making is my passion and I’m always looking for new ideas and techniques. What is life if not for learning? I love your blog and have it bookmarked as one of my favorites!

  15. I love the elegance that can be achieved with clean and simple and I know it’s not always easy to achieve. I’d love to win a spot in the class. Thanks for the opportunity.

  16. I’ve fallen head over heels with clean and simple designs. It pushes me to use my stash of stamps and inks more and the cards end up looking rather professional. But I’m always ready to learn more techniques and get ideas from others!

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