I got a free month at BPC and was excited to see so many card classes since the last time I had a free trial, but boy, the quality is very hit or miss. I've clicked around a few that caught my eye and some were honestly not good. I've seen much (much!) better content shared for free on YT. I don't want to call out anybody because I'm sure they put a lot of work into their classes, but I was looking for something more useful than "it's easy to stamp and emboss on cards."
Can anyone recommend any great card classes that they've done at BPC?
I'm especially interested in techniques that don't require me to buy a bunch of new supplies - ideas that are easily adaptable to various supplies - and preferably use patterned paper more than stamping (but I get that stamping is more popular). I like to hear why people made the choices they did too.
Mass Producing Holiday Cards has been one of my favs so far. And there was one using die cuts backgrounds that was really good too.
I agree about the classes being hit and miss joblackford. I've probably enjoyed scrapbooking classes more than card ones, but card classes I thought were reasonably good were Heart of a Card by Kimberly Crawford, Yana Smakula's holiday cards - die cutting, Kalyn Kepner's Card Styles and Simple Interactive Cards from Eloise Blue. Hope you can find something that appeals!
Thanks anniefb. I've watched a couple of those you mentioned since I posted this question and agree, they were good. I'll try the other two next. Watching these videos is a good way to spend time while I'm eating breakfast and lunch but I don't think I'd be too happy if I'd paid money for them... I think Jennifer McGuire and others spoil us with free content.