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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!


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

  1. Girls just want to have fun! Would love to win a spot in this class. Open to learning whatever!!! Like keeping things clean and simple. Would love to know what makes your minds work. How you come up with ideas when you see a new stamp set.

  2. I love your card that you designed for class. I just do not feel comfortable with the CAS look as I do not know when I am done? Is it not enough, is it too much, is it balanced? See what I mean? Love the look, just don’t kow how to get it.

  3. I have such a hard time leaving white space alone! I need to be able to find a perfect balance of “stuff” and white space, lol!,

  4. I plan to sign up for this class regardless, but would LOVE to gift a spot to someone special if I do win. She’s hit a rough patch and this would be a nice surprise. In any case, I’d like to learn more about paring down without being plain. Creating a strong focal point and knowing when to stop. The other classes I’ve taken have been FABULOUS so I’m looking forward to this one!

  5. Wow I’d love to learn how to make such beautiful cards. I’d really like to learn how to make a clean & simple card but that still has punch. Love your site.

  6. I took the first class and can’t wait to take the second one. I use the die cut layering technique I learned in the class quite a bit.

  7. I would love to win a spot. Love your card, but it definitely does not look Simple.
    Thanks for sharing your talents with us.

  8. When I saw that you would be sharing a technique. I wanted to take this class. I don’t usually make “clean and simple” cards. I would like to learn how. I hope that there will be some ideas that don’t involve too much coloring.

  9. Oh my, what do I want to learn…how to make simple cards with a clean look that still look stylish and make the recipient ask how was that made. I so love all the classes I have taken. I just think it sparks so much of the inner designer in each of us. It also keeps me pro active in my crafting. Creating daily is so important to growth. Thanks for the chance to win. I will be in class either way. It is such a bargain. I have traveled all over to learn and this formate saves me a bundle. thanks 🙂

  10. This class looks fantastic – thanks for the chance to win! I would love to see a variety of examples of how to use the same stamp set on cards.

  11. Thank you for the opportunity to win:) I would like to learn more about balance…..what is appropriate for the less is more but enough to make a statement.

  12. I lice this card and have to know how you did that. It would be so great to win a spot in class. I want to learn more go-to tricks for designing CAS one layer cards. Thanks

  13. Thank you Amber for giving away a spot in this awesome class! Never taken an online card class. I want to learn more about the basic elements of design and how to know which colors/patterns go together to make a perfectly beautiful CAS card!! Also how to place things on a card base and how to know where (i.e. pearls, embellishments, strips of paper, stickers, etc.)

  14. I always think I need to add more to my cards. I would love to learn some tips to keep them simple and chic! Thanks for the chance to win a spot with the pros!

  15. CAS is my style, but I often struggle with design. Thanks for the chance to win a spot in what is sure to be an awesome class! I’m a big fan of your work.

  16. I would LOVE to win a spot in this class. I love clean and simple cards so much but I always end up over embellishing mine and can never seem to get the sophisticated look I want.

  17. What a great quick and easy card! It seems perfect for those times when you need that quick card for some occasion, yet don’t have hours to spend….yet want the card to still look special. Thank you for the chance to win.

    By the way, this is not meant to influence you at all,….your picture on your blog is just lovely and your smile is so warm & inviting. I just had to comment on that as well!!!

  18. I would love to win a spot in this class! I always feel guilty if I don’t put one more thing on the card, but stop myself. Would love to learn to make clean & simple.

  19. This is great! I love this giveaway. It seems to me that I always “overdo” my cards, so some advice in simple cards would be truly welcome! 🙂

  20. I prefer making greeting cards. The inking and stamping techniques would be beneficial because I like stamping. I’m also interested in the faux layering. If you are mailing a card you can’t have a lot of layers. thanks for a chance to be in the class.

  21. I am thrilled to have a chance to win a spot in this class!! I’ve never taken an online class before but I have my eye on this one. 🙂 I would love to learn some tricks on making a CAS design work. When I try to pull it off, something always seems wrong. 🙂 Thank you!!!

  22. I really loved your tutorial in “A Cut Above”, so I’m thrilled that you will be teaching in this class too!
    CAS is my favorite style, but I sometimes feel like I run out of ideas. Thank you so much for a chance to win a spot in this class…you are so sweet!

  23. I love the Online Card Classes. They are so inspiring. Thanks for the give away! I’m keeping my fingers crossed!

  24. Thanks for the chance to win a spot in the class. I would like to learn how to make my CAS cards look like they are intentionally clean and simple, not just plain and simple.

  25. Thank you for the opportunity to win a spot in the class! I love the mono-chromatic look – sometimes with a jolt of an extra color. Like the majority of the other commentors, I need to learn how to keep it simple yet stylish!

  26. I like clean and simple. I often just use a dry embossed front and a verse inside. Other times I just use a colored stamp on front. Would like to learn more about the style and get new ideas.

  27. What I’d like to know is how you know you have enough “stuff” on it. When do you cross the line from boring to clean and simple to gaudy?

  28. Love your heart card, CAS perfection! I’m always looking for tips on how to make great one layer cards and how to draw the line between CAS and just too simple.

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