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Oct 23, 2009

If you like creating projects with a vintage flare and working with random items you’ve collected, such as old sheet music, book pages or gold tinsel, “A Very Vintage Christmas” is the Christmas workshop for you. But if vintage is not your taste please don’t feel left out! You can create your versions of these projects with supplies you have on hand that are a better fit to your own holiday style. My newest online workshop features 15 project tutorials. Each Monday, Wednesday and Friday one of 12 ornament tutorials will be introduced. Each of the three Saturdays, old fashioned Putz house project tutorials will be posted. Plus, each Thursday you will get either vintage Christmas Postcard downloads or a Christmas/Winter themed mini flashcard download. Yes, this four week workshop is filled with holiday goodness.

A Very Vintage Christmas

Once registered you have instant access to the complete supply list.

The cost for “A Very Vintage Christmas” is $19.95. It starts November 2nd and projects will be posted each week through November 27th. Although new projects will not be posted after the 27th, to ensure that you have plenty of time to finish up any remaining projects your access will continue until December 14th*.

“A Very Vintage Christmas”
15 Project Tutorials, Downloads and Holiday Fun
November 2nd – December 14*
Cost: $19.95

* If you register after November 2nd you will still have access to the workshop for six full weeks from your start date.

For those of you that discovered my workshops after the holiday season last year and are interested in taking my “12 Days of Christmas” workshop as well, I created a discounted package just for you. You can take both workshops for only $34.95.  That is a total of 30 different holiday project tutorials.

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  • Beth W

    Just a heads up-my Big Lots has a package of assorted size bottle brush trees for 6 dollars! The tiny ones are just adorable-I’m going today to get mine.

    • Lisa M. Pace

      Great heads up Beth… thanks!