In the Christmas Class Zone.

I am deep into Christmas class prep. I have taught 2 classes already and have the third booked for mid October. I find customers either love it or hate it when the Christmas paper starts showing up as early as July. Maybe it’s the same disgruntled feeling I get when I see the snowsuits arrive Costco before we even get out of school for the summer.

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Product: Kaiser Craft’s Christmas Jewel collection.  Sold Out.

These cards were a huge success and ended up being my most popular card set with me making the most card kits for one class ever. The purples with the silver foil were so beautiful together.

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Product: Echo Park’s Twas the Night before Christmas Vol. 1 & 2 collections. Sold Out.

This set of cards were the first ones where I really added layers upon layers of paper to bring them to life. I also did a huge amount of “fussy cutting” to create all the embellishing pieces and I love how they turned out.

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Product: Kaiser Craft’s Christmas Edition & Letters to Santa collections. Scheduled Class: October 12, details here.

I love! these black & white papers and with the added pops of red and red foil I think they’re my favorite.

This creative season is my jam! The only problem is that I have more ideas then time and before I know it the holidays have come & gone.

I read somewhere the other day that there were only 12 Fridays until Christmas…. insert a loud sigh. I should probably go offline and put my fall decor up before the snow hits and I’m digging out my inflatable Santa.

What about you? Are you a love it or hate it when you see the holidays hit the stores well before their time?

♥ Nadine

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One thought on “In the Christmas Class Zone.

  1. Lisa says:

    As much as I like looking to the future and planning for that day, I also hate RUSHING through one day/season to get to the next. How can I fully enjoy summer or fall if I’m already planning for Christmas?

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