Thursday, September 26, 2013

giveaway for big picture class with amy powers

Yay, it's almost time for class to start!  
The super-talented and crafty Amy Powers will be teaching twelve weeks 
of her holiday crafting ideas at Big Pictures Classes
and her online class  CRAFT HAPPY  starts one week from today!!

Amy is also known for her beautiful craft magazine Inspired Ideas,
her online class Happy Go Lucky Stitchalong,
and her imaginative embroidery samplers.

Would you like to win a FREE SEAT and get Craft Happy with Amy? 

My sweet friend Amy and the generous folks at Big Picture are offering 
this FREE SEAT in her idea-packed online class.  
Full of cheerful holiday crafting projects, video tutorials, 
instructional handouts, creativity exercises, 
and three live video chats with the one and only Amy, 
it's sure to make your holidays happy!

I'm already enrolled, and I've even been lucky enough 
to see a little (and help a little) behind the scenes. 

Are you feeling lucky, too?  
The class is $99, but if you comment here, you could win your seat!   

In the comments below, please tell me your favorite holiday craft tradition.  
Next Wednesday, October 2nd, just in time before class starts,
and before her afternoon nap, 
my two-year-old granddaughter Eliää will 
randomly pick the lucky winner.  :)

P.S. If you don't want to wait,
go to Amy's blog and search for the HAPPY code till October 1.

EDIT:  This drawing is now closed.
Thank you to all who entered; the winner will be announced shortly. :)

THANK YOU, everyone! The winner is Mary Beth Hunt, picked randomly 
by my sweet granddaughter — I will email you directly. 
Thanks again, everyone! 


Teah said...

My favorite holiday crafting tradition is to attend a Christmas themed workshop to inspire me to prepare for the season.Thank you for this give away Pam!

Ps- I love your doodling exercises in Jenny's book!

Kris and Evie said...

My favorite crafting and holiday tradition is having a day when my daughters and I have our friends over for a craft workshop and a yummy meal. This past year it was a Mother-Daughter Craft Brunch and we made wreaths and christmas scenes under small cloches.

LM said...

I like to make Christmas ornaments with my girls. This looks like a great class!

gina g said...

Oh Pam! My favorite holiday tradition is when my little family, instead of buying gifts for each other, makes our gifts for one another. We reach into our creative little minds and try to produce something worthy of gifting to the others we love most. The most exciting part is watching them open each other's gifts and seeing what they come up with. These are my favorite and most precious moments of Christmas, by far. xoxo

Sandy said...

Lovely projects. I have made ornaments for my tree almost every year. It's such a beautiful tradition.

Rachel said...

What a fun looking class! I love Amy's stuff! Thanks for the chance to win Pam!!

Rachel said...

oops, my favorite holiday craft is Holiday mini journals to document the days!

Christine Barker said...

I enjoy making gifts for Christmas presents. Each year it's something different.

This class looks super fun! Good luck everyone!

Christine Barker

Julie Weller said...

I love making Christmas presents for people - baking my is "craft". I also love participating in handmade ornament swaps!! ♥

Stacey said...

I've been eyeing Amy's class but haven't signed up yet. I love to make make gifts for all the women I work with - there are 8 of us. Last year it was an ornament with a sweet little tree on a wooden spool and a calligraphy banner, the year before I make soldered slide-mount collage ornaments. Haven't any idea for this year, so Amy's class might be the inspiration I need. Thanks for the chance to win.

Peggy Houston, TX said...

Amy's class looks fantastic - it would be great to win - thanks for sharing!

Mary Beth Hunt said...

Well we need to get to together with our granddaughters!!! Mine is 3 :)
My favorite holiday crafting tradition is to get all the new holiday magazines and make something new for my house decor!
Aren't the holidays fun with grandchildren?!

Sue Stout said...

My favorite holiday crafting tradition is making gifts for family and friends-different each year, but lots of fun! This looks like a great class!

Heather - Speckled Egg said...

Hi Pam! Amy's class looks AMAZING!!! This would be so fun to take part in!

My favorite Christmas crafting tradition is making ornaments with my girls for friends and family.

Mary Beth Hunt said...

Pam, please tell that sweet granddaughter Thanks you so much for picking me!
I'll enjoy this class :)