Quick & Easy Holiday Cards is Here!

Are you ready? I know I am! The Quick & Easy Holiday Cards ebook is now available for purchase.

Woohoo! I’ve worked feverishly for the past several days to make sure everything is in order and just how I want it to look. You can look at the full run-down of what’s included in the ebook here on my store page, but this is what the ebook package includes:

  • the ebook with 21 high-quality pages full of gorgeous pictures of the cards from the class with commentary and fun tips
  • links throughout the ebook to websites, supplies and other pages
  • special edition for e-readers and vertical format viewing devices
  • full access to ALL of the videos for the class within 12 hours of purchase –  12 in total (5 lessons that will be published publicly + the introduction video + 6 bonus lessons)
  • digital die cutting files for lesson #5 (will be available for purchase separately)
  • my undying love and affection
You’ll get all of this for ONLY $15. :) I think that’s a pretty good deal!

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You can go here to pick up your copy.


PLUS: for the next week only as a release special, you can purchase a bundle of Quick and Easy Holiday Cards with my first ebook, No-Stress Distress Inks, for only $22.50. That’s a 25% savings! Check out my shop for more information on that. :)

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Without further ado, here’s the first lesson for you. I’ll be posting these five lessons over the next two weeks on my blog and on youtube with full supply lists. Here’s the video for today:

Here are the finished cards for this lesson:
Card #2:
Card #3:


























Thank you so much for stopping by today. I hope you’ve enjoyed this first lesson and come back for more! I can’t wait to see what you all think and hope you’ll check out the ebook. It’s my baby! Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to go sleep for three days in recouperation… hehe.



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14 Responses to Quick & Easy Holiday Cards is Here!

  1. I like all three card but especially Love the circle card idea! I do love circles! And it would be a great way to use up patterned paper like you said. I love that you admitted you have an obsession with inking things… I think that is a growing problem I have too. HA! I might have to blame you and all your distressing amazingness for my problem. It did all begin when you taught me how to use distress inks after all. :) Looking forward to the next lesson!

  2. Lucy

    What a great start to your series. The circle card is calling my name. I have “a thing” for anything spherical. They’re all lovely. Thanks for sharing them.

  3. Love this new series! :) Thanks for all the hard work that you put into it to make it possible. The music that you put in during the speed up moments sounds very island-y…makes me want to jam out. Ha ha.

  4. Ooohh, I love them all! The ornaments are so cute hanging from the top and I love the green hills and background and the circles would be so easy to replicate! I’m looking forward to this series!

  5. Becky Chandler

    I love all your cards…you have such a talent and I thank you for sharing with all of us. I will be watching all your videos.

  6. Lovely cards Britta…I think I need that paper pad too :)

    Did you get my email about claiming the Simon Says Stamp voucher for the YCU masculine challenge??? Did it go into your spam folder???

    Jenny x

  7. Sandi

    Great cards thanks for sharing ideas on what to do with all my
    Christmas yummy scraps:) Have a blessed Thanksgiving. Hope you feel better soon….love one of your 14 Mom’s in Ohio:)

  8. Hilde van Rijnsoever

    LOVED the card with the circles! So want to try that!

  9. yainea

    I love the three cards, quick, simple, ok, but also stunning and beautiful! Thanks for these wonderful ideas :)

  10. This was so fun to watch!!!!! I love it and am excited about your series! All three cards were amazing! Very fun and easy to mass product. And I love you kept them virtually one layer.. Cheaper on the postage, baby!!!!

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