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Tower of Pretty Paper Blog Candy Giveaway!

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HOW ABOUT A BLOG CANDY GIVEAWAY?  To one lucky participant, I’m giving away the above two stacks of retired Stampin’ Up! designer series paper–literally hundreds of 6″ x 6″ pieces of pretty paper.

HOW TO PLAY MY BLOG CANDY GIVEAWAY!  Please add a comment on this post with the answer to:  What is your favorite current or retired Stampin’ Up! designer series paper?  Need ideas?  Check out pages 142-144 of the  Stampin’ Up! 2015-2016 Annual Catalog (PDF).

Deadline for blog candy comments is Monday, July 20 at NOON Central Time.  I’ll choose a random comment and announce the winner later on Monday on my Stampin’ Pretty Blog.

Note:  I can only ship within the U.S.  Winner will have 24 hours to email me their name and mailing address so stay tuned for the announcement of the winner!  Good luck!

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535 thoughts on “Tower of Pretty Paper Blog Candy Giveaway!”

  1. Painted Blossoms was really pretty, I think that would be my choice of all the DSP. Thanks for a chance to win.

  2. OH Mary,

    such decisions! I would have to say it would be the “GO WILD” i have seen such versility in these papers. Makes me happy 🙂

  3. I loved and still use Watercolor Wonder. I guess I’m into the watercolor look of stamps and paper right now.

  4. I am in love with the new English Garden DSP but have had many favorites over the years.

  5. I adore the Go Wild Designer Series Paper Stack. I love the patterns and two/three color palette. Very chic and inspiring. My girlfriends/sisiters would love to receive cards created from these.

  6. My favorite dsp is Sea Street. I live by the ocean and world renowned aquarium. My favorite exhibit is the octopus! Love the cute octopus on this paper. Thanks for the chance to win such an awesome collection of paper.

  7. I really like black and white DSP. I like the way it can add drama to any other color. Thanks for your blog candy offer!

  8. Pretty petals DSP is my favorite today! SU has so many good choices that my “favorite” changes often. Your blog is the first one I check each day. I love your creativity and simplicity. Thanks!

  9. Sweet Sorbet. Thank you for the chance to win this blog candy. Hope I am the lucky winner to have endless hours of crafting cards with these beautiful DSP’s.

  10. I love DSP ! My all time favorite is Urban Garden from long ago. My current favorite is Timeless Elegance. Thanks for the chance to win this fun blog candy

  11. I would say the pretty petals DSP. Thank you for the chance to win this amazing blog candy.

  12. One of my faves is Good morning sunshine. In current catalog school house tops the list.

  13. Wow, Mary!!!

    What a pretty sight! I love all of Stampin’ Up’s dsp, but I think my very favorite (in the new catalog) is the English Garden DSP. 😉

    Thank you so much for the chance to win,

    Jennifer
    partridgelu at yahoo dot com

  14. Wow Mary! What a huge stack of paper. I don’t have lot of dsp so this would be a great. My fav is Painted blooms from ocassions catalog. I also like flower pot. I love flowers in bright colors. Thanks for the chance to win.

    Reply

  15. All time favorite DSP: Bella Rose! I used every sheet of that pack & that’s the only time I’ve ever been able to do that.

  16. I loved the Winter Frost DSP. Made beautiful snowmen/winter themed cards! Thanks for the chance to win.

  17. I like the new In Colors, so I like the paper along with the matching accessories

  18. Thank you so much for the opportunity to win! I check your blog everyday for inspiration. My favorite is Birthday Bash! It’s just so colorful and happy and it’s just right for both feminine and masculine cards.

  19. SU DSP is a MAJOR temptation factor!! Each is a favorite for a unique project, but Typeset is currently the one that lures me! Thanks for sharing your passion for DSP!

  20. Just love how SU coordinates the dsp with the ink colors. English Garden is my favorite—hands down!

  21. My favorite was Beau Chateaux. Thank you, Mary, for this opportunity to play along!

  22. My fav right now is English Garden. Thanks for chance to win blog candy. Check out your blog daily.

  23. Autumn Meadows retired dsp, the colors just speak “autumn” to me & the fall is my favorite season!

  24. Most anything with flowers – my current fav is English Garden and my most fav past is Painted Blooms. Mary, you are so generous…thank you for sharing all of that fab DSP!

  25. As much I love most all of Stampin’ Up’s DSP, my favorite right now is Adventure Bound from the 2015 Occasions Catalog. So different and works perfectly for those masculine or sympathy cards I struggle with sometimes.
    Thanks for this fun blog candy opportunity!

  26. Love using the DSP paper as it helps with quick and simple cards. What a great giveaway!

  27. Painted Blooms is my favorite retired DSP — love that it could stand alone, or be an accent. Cherry on Top is my current favorite — love the fun patterns and bright colors.

  28. My favorite paper is the Sweater Weather paper. The print reminds me of my child hood.

  29. One of my all-time favorites has been Dashing. It was a Christmas paper with plety of polka dots and stripes…both of which make me smile! 🙂

  30. My favorite DSP has always been the different series of the classic black. This can be used in almost any card and almost every color card stock blends as well as the ribbon. Back to Black and Everyday Chic Designer Paper are two of my latest favorites!!

  31. I was surprised how much I loved the Farmers Market DSP. Not usually my style. I also love the Go Wild DSP. I think I squealed when I saw it in the catalog. Thanks so much for the amazing blog candy Mary!

  32. I keep being drawn to the orange and white stripe in the Motley Monsters, and I have always loved Polka Dot Parade.

  33. My all time favorite DSP is a oldie but a goodie Bella Rose from a few years ago. Thanks for the chance to win some awesome BLOG Candy Mary!!

  34. All is Calm is definitely my favorite! I have enough to do one more year of Christmas cards, then I will have to find a new favorite! Thank you for all the wonderful ideas!

  35. I love the Trim the Tree DSP from the 2014 Holiday catalog. I made sure to stock up before it was retired.

  36. There are so many great ones to choose from – I still love Be of Good Cheer!! Thanks for all the great ideas – love your blog!

  37. Hi Mary – Love your blog. Look at it almost every day. My favorite DSP is Timeless Elegance. So gorgeous. Thank you!

  38. I Loved, Loved Painted Blooms but English Garden is really Lovely!!! Thank you for the chance to win. Hope I win as my B’day is this Thursday and it is a milestone!!!

  39. It’s so hard to choose just one. Stampin’ Up has some beautiful paper! Currently I’d have to go with English Garden. But truly, I love them all. And I’d be in card maker Heaven to win all these papers! What a great contest!

  40. I love the Typeset DSP because there are so many ways to use it. But I have to say the colors in Cherry on top have gotten to me in a big way!!!

  41. Love a lot/have a lot…but really like “be of good cheer”. I enjoy your blog and ideas…thanks.

  42. My most fave DSP is the Painted Blooms, love the watercolor style and the colors are MY palette! Thanks

  43. Cherry on Top from current catalog and Back to Black from last year. Thank you for your inspiration.

  44. Oh my, too many wonderful sets to choose from. I will say “Englis Garden”. Some lucky person can make hundreds of awesome cards with this gift. Thank you for all you do.

  45. Everyday Enchantment, SAB a few years ago. I am still hoarding one brand new pack! But just love the fun new Cherry on Top dsp pack!

  46. It is hard to pick just one! I would say Pretty Petals. Love the 6×6 size dsp in the catalog!

  47. I love all of the SU Paper. But I must say that Everyday Enchantment still melts my heart every time I see it. It is so romantic and pretty.

  48. I love, love, love Deck the Halls. The poinsettias and holly are so pretty for Christmas.

  49. SU always is on trend with the most gorgeous DSP. Everyday Enchantment is my fav.I still have lots of it, as I snagged a bunch off the clearance rack. Thanks for this fun giveaway!

  50. Mary, I’m enjoying the Sheer Perfection Designer Vellum Stack that was offered during the latest Sale-a-Bration. Your video opened new ideas for using vellum.

  51. Although it is now retired, Painted Blooms is my favorite. I even framed a piece of it for my craft room. I still have a few sheets but I’m having a hard time using the last of it!

  52. Watercolor Wonder and Winter Frost are 2 of my favorites I have not quite decided on the new ones yet.

  53. I love the retired Cottage Wall…I have 2 packs left that I am “saving”. For what? Haven’t decided yet, but if I use it, it will be gone! Haha. Thanks for the chance to win!

  54. It has been SO much fun reminiscing about papers from the past-thanks for the great prompt! I always think of Spice Cake when I think of DSP. I’m currently loving the English Garden and Pretty Petals.

  55. Wow what a huge stack of paper! I really miss the Creepy Crawly DSP that was a halloween paper several years ago. The patterns and colors were so fun, I was really wishing they would have made it a digital paper before MDS went away. My favorite current paper is probably the Merry Moments DSP – a very classic christmas color combo!

  56. Sale-a-ration 2012 (I think) because I used it to make my oldest daughter’s wedding invitations.

  57. Right now it is “All is Calm” as I have just finished our Christmas cards and that is the DSP I used – bought it last year before it retired knowing it was the paper I wanted to use.

  58. I love the Pretty Petals paper stack. The miniature designs are the perfect scale for large backgrounds as well as small details.

  59. I love the new English Garden DSP. Also loved the retired Adventure Bound papers. So versatile.

  60. Cherry on Top 6×6 paper stack is my absolute favorite!! I wish they came in 12×12, but love that there is 4 each of the double-sided designs.

  61. My favorite retired Dp is Autumn Meadow. I just love the teal and chocolate together, plus it’s paired with vanilla instead of white.

  62. My favorite designer paper is the Maritime series. It is retired, but currently available on the clearance sale – item #133696. I love the fun, cheerful nautical theme. My son is currently serving in the United States Coast Guard, so I have fun making cards especially for him out the of Maritime paper!

  63. I really like the “painted blooms” designer paper. Wished I would have ordered it! Love all the flowers and the watercolor look. Thank you for the chance to win…I’m sure there will be plenty of designs in your stack that I love.

  64. Patio Party DSP. It’s retired, so I bought a few extra! Great for birthday gift bags or cards.

  65. I don’t have very much DSP, so this would make my day to win your DSP stacks! My favorite out of the current catty is Timeless Elegance DSP

  66. English Garden of course. Also Back to Black. These ladies are johnny on the spot. I just received my email a 7:37 CST and already there are so many ladies sending you emails. Enjoy your ideas. Thanks for willing to share. Lydia W.

  67. I love Cottage Wall, Apple Cider and Raspberry Tart… and a hundred others!! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

  68. Sweater Weather comes to mind for me! love the fall colors. thanks for the chance to win fabulous blog candy!

  69. I have to say my favorite DSP is still Cottage Wall — love the purples! I bought several packs when it retired and I’m STILL hoarding it years later. lol But I am loving the Color Me Irresistible right now.

  70. Thanks for a chance to win WOW that’s quite a give away!! My favorite would be Timeless Elegance

  71. My favorite is English Garden DSP as for me, it has the most versatile colors that I like to use. How sweet of you to let us enter this “contest” – thanks so much!

  72. I am a hobby demo and love your blog. I am hoping to win this paper for a ten year old girl who LOVES “stamping pretty”.
    My favorite paper in the current catalog is the Pretty Petals DSS!!!
    Thanks for chance to win!

  73. I always tend to go with black and white because it’s so bold and crisp looking, so the Everyday Chic DSP is my current favorite.

  74. I like Everyday Chic Designer Series and the Gingham Garden Series.. Thanks for a chance to win.

  75. I love Merry Moments. I love anything to do with Christmas! 🙂 Thanks for the chance to win!

  76. Watercolor Wonder might be my favorite of all time. In the current catalog, I’m really loving Pretty Petals! 🙂

  77. I love “Be of Good Cheer,” at least I think that’s what it was called. Simply my favorite!

  78. I love “All is Calm,” a retired Christmas DSP. I think some of the papers are so gorgeous, just for winter cards, or even for general, like the pretty polka dot pattern with Pool Party, Pear Pizzazz, and Lost Lagoon….beautiful!

  79. Gingham Garden was my favorite until Flowerpot arrived! Flowerpot is my all time favorite!!

  80. Pretty Petals is my favorite. I’ve just started using DSP and it would be wonderful to add all this DSP paper to my stash. Thanks

  81. I love, love, love Watercolor Wonder! It was whimsical, cheery, and fun! Couldn’t get enough of it….and sadly I didn’t before it retired!

  82. Stampin up always amazes me with the creative dsps they surprise us with in new catalogs, but my favorite dsp is a recently retired one – Lullaby. I loved the new color combos for babies, but the fresh designs transfered so easily into other categories too! Had to buy a couple more packs on the retirement sale.

  83. What a tough question. I’ve just started to scrap book and Pretty Petals was so versatile and I loved the coordinating colors that went with it. Thanks for the chance to win great blog candy!!

  84. Pretty Petals is my favorite. So many options and so pretty. And it’s in the Weekly Deals this week, too. Scrumptious! And it looks like it’s in your stack, too.

  85. I love, love, love Color me irrestible. I made awesome cards for my daughter’s baby shower. I also enjoy modern medley and maritime papers

  86. I loved spice cake, but I don’t think there is a bad DSP from stampin up. Love them all. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome prize.

  87. All of the DSP designs are beautiful, but right now the one’s I turn to are Everyday Chic, and Timeless Elegance. They are so versatile to use – most any other color combo goes with them. They are just “Classic”.

  88. I have loved so many of the retired ones, but I really like Twitterpated, Well Worn, Pretty Petals and English Garden.

  89. I loved Cutie Pie and all the coordinating CS colors, bashful blue, so saffron, certainly celery, rose red, that matched it. Still hoarding some. LOL

  90. I think I would have to say the Timeless Elegance, but I also really love the Go Wild DSP stack!

  91. I scrolled to add my comment and could not believe my eyes. The person who commented just before me mentioned my two favorites. Long retired Recollections and the current Timeless Elegance. What are the chances…

  92. Cherry On Top – and would love to see them do a twist with watermelon and cucumber for Christmas.

  93. My favorite retired DSP is Afternoon Tea and Recollections. My favorite current DSP is Timeless Elegance.

  94. Hi! My current new favorite is English Garden. I love petals and then oft colors. As for retired paper, my hands down favorite is/was Fresh Prints. I love Real Red mixed with the vibrant also Retired Coastal Cabaña.

  95. Earlier in the summer I bought the Maritime designer series paper–I love the whimsical look to the whale and octopus. And I’ve found the diagonal stripes of navy/red/coastal cabana and white are terrific for guy cards, which I always need and seem to struggle with. and I see it’s now on sale, so I’m going to need more!!!!

  96. I think the designer typeset paper would be fun to play with… lots of masculine cards could be made with them… always short cards for the men in my life!

  97. I love all the Designer Paper Stacks that coordinate with the color family card stock.

  98. My “trademark” is a butterfly, so I especially love all the butterfly stamps,and dies. Also just bought the Typeset Specialty paper. Great for masculine cards.

  99. I think my all-time favorite DSP was the Bella Rose paper from several years back. I actually still have some in my stash!

  100. I love so many of them…………….Maritime gets my vote. I use it for masculine cards and children cards. This is a great giveaway.

  101. Painted Blooms and English Garden. I just love anything flowers. Thank you for the chance to win a stash of DSP.

  102. I absolutely love the colors of Bohemian DSP. But, for my classically elegant cards I go to the Timeless Elegance DSP. Hope you are having a wonderful Summer.

  103. It’s a hard choice but Timeless elegance is my favorite! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  104. I love the new Bohemian paper and the retired moonlight DSP, but I can’t win…..I live in Canada 🙁 , but I do follow you 🙂

  105. Moonlight DSP stack is a fav and it’s on clearance. Also love, love, love the In Color DSP stacks! Super happy I got in on Brian King’s product share for that one!

  106. That is a difficult question to answer with just ONE favorite. The Bohemian and Pretty Petals DSP. Guess I couldn’t pick just one. Thanks for chance to win some papers.

  107. LOVE English Garden…so much so, that I can’t bring myself to cut it and use it…but I will!

  108. By far the moonlight madness is my favorite. They all are awesome and it is really hard to choose. Thanks for the opportunity.

  109. Right now I am totally in love with Timeless Elegance. Thanks for the chance to win!

  110. Pretty Petals is one of my favorites. Thank you for a chance to win a stash of designer series paper. That would be totally AWESOME! Have a great weekend.

  111. I love Pretty Petals and the awesome cards that can be made from it. English Garden looks like another winner. Am anxious to try it as well.

  112. Can’t wait to use English Garden but I really liked the spice cake paper. Thanks for the inspiration.

  113. I’m a flower person…..I can’t help it, I love any kind of flower. I have real trouble making a card WITHOUT any flowers! My favorite DSP is Painted Blooms. I love the images and the versatility of this paper. I got 4 packages as soon as I found out it was going to be discontinued. The new English Garden is running a close second though.

  114. I happen to be one of these people who always see the bright side and the positive in things. AND I LOVE COLOR-every one of them! So there have been very few that I have not cared for.

    The Timeless Elegance is definitely earning its spot despite the lack of color in the pallet…even I, can’t deny how gorgeous this paper is.

    Here are some of my most favorites through the years are
    Pained Blooms
    Watercolor Wonder
    Sweet Sorbet
    Paisley Petals
    Raspberry Lemonade (2009?)
    Bella Rose (2012?)
    Tea for Two

    Thanks for the trip down memory lane!

    Valerie

  115. Holy buckets of retired paper…I’m drooling!!! I so miss the Nautical themed paper. My FAVE was Maritime. Thanks so much for the opportunity!

  116. I have a hard time incorporating DSP into my cards but I have given myself the challenge to do that this year in my card designs.
    The paper that I have ordered & do like is Sweet Sorbet…..it is retired now but I keep looking at the current DSP’s & keep thinking “I can do this!”
    Thanks for the chance for some great looking DSP……a challenge!

  117. I’m intrigued by the Everyday Chic Designer Series Paper. Black and white cards are very striking. The idea that I can brayer any color over it makes it versital as well.

  118. My favorite Watercolor Wonder DP has to be my favorite then second Painted Blooms I have several packs of each.

  119. Current? Bohemian( says Judy from Bohemia) retired? I can’t recall the name but I still have some bits I won’t part with, it was blues/browns heavyweight. Stripes/florals it was WONDERFUL!!!!

  120. Pretty Petals is hard to beat, but the English Garden comes close. Thanks for the generous offer.

  121. My all time favorite Stampin’ Up DSP is “Everyday Enchantment” from 2012 Sale-A–Bration! The colors and patterns were so gorgeous!

  122. I love the colors of Bohemian, but love the designs of Cherry on top! Also a big fan of Merry Moments and Schoolhouse…I can never choose just one 🙂

  123. I think the Bohemian Designer Series paper is so bold and beautiful. Love the teal and purple together.

  124. I love the English garden designer series paper it is just gorgeous!
    Love your blog, it gives me something to look forward to every day!
    Thanks Mary you inspire me.

  125. I loved Polka Dot Parade- polka dots go with everything! Thanks for the chance to win all that awesome paper!

  126. Such a choice, I have to agree with Cathy, the maritime series. If its Nautical, I have to have it and I always order in 2’s. I dont want to run out

  127. I love the new design of the In Color DSP stack and all the other similar stacks! It was time for a change.

  128. Retired – I really liked using All is Calm from last years Christmas DSP – I also was in love with a retired DSP I found in the Clearance section last year (when I joined) called Candlelight Christmas (BEAUTIFUL!). For current DSP, I love English Garden and I am looking forward to getting Timeless Elegance. WOW! So hard to pick just one. BTW– thanks for the opportunity to get some free goodies. 🙂

  129. My favorite is Bohemian DSP from the new catty!!! Of course, that is until the Holiday catty comes out & my fave might change!!!

  130. Well, it’s so hard to pick! all of SU paper is perfectly coordinated with the stamps and ink. Funnily enough one of my recent favs is tight on top of your blog candy stacks…Flower Pot! Thanks~!

  131. Painted Blooms is my favorite. I use it for making special people their cards. 🙂 I hope the deadline is Monday, July 20th not June 20th.

  132. I like a lot of the papers from past years but, if I had to choose it would be Sweet Taffy, in this years book I like the Bohemian, which will be on my next order. Love the rich colors. Enjoy your blog and love the cards you have on. Also like very much your 1 minute videos. Thanks!

  133. My favorite paper from the current catalog is English garden. But, my fav was Painted Petals from the last catalog. I’m so glad that I purchased extra.

  134. Love, love, love your blog. It is hard to pick just two but Pretty Petals and English Garden are two of my very Cavs.

  135. I like an older ds paper called Cottage Wall. It has two of my favorite colors in it. The retired Orchid Opulunce and the current Old Olive.

  136. I don’t have to look in the catalog to know my fav dsp; it’s Timeless Elegance, for sure!

  137. I LOVE LOVE LOVE the new Cherry On Top DSP. The colors & the patterns just make you smile!

  138. It’s got to be Polka Dot Parade! Just so versatile for boys/girls, old/young, birthday/any occasion ….. I love it so! How very generous of you to share such a stash of goodies!

  139. My favorite of all time was Nouveau Chic. I think it was 5 or 6 years ago, just lovely.

  140. That is such a hard choice – I love all the black and white DSP and I like the new Color Me Irresistible. And I like the Typeset Specialty. Thanks for a chance to win!

  141. I love English Garden from this year’s catty and Painted Blooms last year. There are a few really old retired papers I loved at the time and wish I could still get a hold of. The one that comes to mind is Parisian ??? Can’t even remember the names now.

  142. I like the go wild paper. With 3 boys and a love of the outdoors, there is much to do with this paper. Thanks for the opportunity.

  143. Floral District- hands down. Love the colors, the patterns- all around happy!! thanks for the chance to win such lovely paper!!

  144. Retired Polka Dot Parade and the new Pretty Petals paper stack are among my favorites! There are so many good ones to choose from!!

  145. Hello Mary – I am fairly new to Stampin’ Up this go around and I am really enjoying your tutorials and ideas for creating beautiful greeting cards and projects. My favorite paper I would say would be “Trim the Tree.” I look forward to seeing more masterpieces from you in the near future and I would love to be the recipient of that candy stack 🙂

  146. My favorite is the retired Urban Garden! It features my favorite color combination: Kiwi Kiss, Baja Breeze and Basic Gray

  147. I love new or old Stampin Up’s black and white DSP! I love the dressing up or the fun ideas that you can make with black and white DSP.

  148. How to choose??? But since I have purchased about four packs of Gold Soiree, I guess that has to be a favorite!

  149. Thinking my favorite might be the 6 x 6 pads in any of the designs; perfect for the cardmaker

  150. My favorite is go wild. With 3 boys and a love of nature this paper can be used in many different ways.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  151. I liked the cardstock weight designer patterns but can’t think of the name, used to come in a coordinated paper pack 12 x 12…I make a lot of masculine cards so choice would be nautical expedition.blessings

  152. Oh my goodness! I hope I win, I hope I win! My all-time favorite DSP is Everyday Enchantment from Sale-a-Bration 2012. It has that worn quilt look.

  153. I’m relatively new to the designer papers….so I like them all! Just getting back into to stamping from a long hiatus….I especially like the Bohemian Series

  154. English Garden is my new favorite. Although Painted Petals still has a special place in my line up. Both are just beautiful.

  155. So hard–Kaleidoscope or Everyday Enchantment–but Cherry on Top looks great, too.

  156. Timeless elegance for me….good for masculine and feminine cards! Mary those stacks of paper are huge! Makes me feel better about my paper stash.

  157. Pretty petals! Can’t get enough of it! :-). And I love that they have added the matching paper collections this year for the DSP. Brilliant!!

  158. I’m liking Cherry on Top but there are some others that are tempting me, too.

  159. My favorite past DSPs are Everyday Enchantment – because it is totally my style (I still have some that I’m hoarding for special uses) – and Sweater Weather because it was one of the more masculine ones which SU doesn’t seem to do very often.

  160. I LOVE DSP even though I don’t have a lot of it! It is sooo hard to pick just one because I LOVE them ALL!!! Probably my top 2 favorites right now are the Farmer’s Market DSP because I love the country feel of it (the wood grain DSP in this pack is amazing) and the Cherry On Top DSP because I also love all the bright and cheerful colors.

  161. Cherry on Top is my favorite current DSP, and the only one I have at the moment 🙂 I think Bella Rose might be my favorite retired one, but that might change if you ask me tomorrow…

  162. Wow, wow, wow! I love Typeset and Timeless Elegance! Mary, thank you for this opportunity!

  163. My favorite retired paper had the word ‘Paris’ in it and was blue and brown and had some beautiful texture. (Sigh). It was so lovely. My current (as well as last year), is the black and white patterned paper. You can do anything with that

  164. My favorite in the current catalog is English Garden. My all-time favorite has to be Dashing Christmas paper

  165. I love painted petals. I framed a 12×12 and hung it in my bathroom.❤️
    Thanks for this great chance to win.

  166. Birthday Basic! Let me count the ways that I love thee! From hats, balloons, numbers, bicycles, candles and geometrics. You make me smile every time I see a card or project made with you. I even smile when you are in your package!

  167. Sweet Sorbet is my favorite retired DSP. I can’t decide between Cherry on Top and Pretty Petals in the current catalog. My husband saw the post and said I should respond with “the green kind with numbers printed on it” I told him that money wasn’t one of the choices, LOL!!

  168. I love the Timeless Elegance . . . can’t go wrong with any of those pages. But more than that Mary, I love the inspiration you give to me. CASEing your cards is a breeze.

  169. Birthday Bash DSP. It is perfect for feminine or masculine cards and so festive! Love it!

  170. WOW, I will have to think about this one . . . I love polka-dots but the new flower prints are gorgeous too. Oh, what about birthday basics and painted blooms? O.K., for practical reasons only, I’m going to choose Birthday Basics! Good Luck everyone! 🙂

  171. My favorite designer paper is the “Sweet Sorbert”. I love the soft pastel aqua/blue flower pieces most of all.

  172. English Garden would be my favorite. My go-to paper is Color Collectons in regal. So classic- appropriate for any occasion. Thanks for sharing on a daily basis!!!!

  173. My all time favorite is Polka Dot Parade. I LOVE polka dots!!! Love the bright colors with the larger white polka dots. Especially love the Marina Mist (this is one of my all time favorite colors). I was so sad when this DSP retired to make way for the new

  174. I absolutely love the Pretty Petals DSP….It is, without a doubt, my favorite.

  175. Florals are my favorite. Stampin Up has the most lovely DSP. Hoping I’ll be the lucky winner.

  176. How difficult to choose just one. It would have to be best year ever. What a generous give away. thank you Mary

  177. My all time favorite is everyday enchantment from SAB a few years back. I stocked up when it went on the clearance rack!

  178. Oh my goodness, that’s a lot of pretty paper!
    My favorite is Timeless Elegance!

    Thank you for the chance to win!

  179. Go Wild is my favorite right now – but I really do like all of the papers as they always add that special touch to the finished card!!!

  180. What an awesome blog candy! I love DSP and have a tendency to hoard it. I can’t seem to stop buying more. Right now, my favorite has to be Bohemian DSP.

  181. Wow, there have been so many favorites – and I have a small (not so small) stash to prove it. One of my recent favorites was the small DSP stack, Fresh Prints. Thanks for sharing your cards! So beautiful and inspiring.

  182. So hard to choose, but I loved the polka dot parade, made tons of candy bar critters using this paper to cover the candy bars.

  183. My favorite is the painted petals, when you start out with great papers, the card has to be great. Thanks for the chance to win all the beautiful papers.

  184. I pretty much love all the DSPs!! but I am on a kick with painted petals! thanks for chance to win.

  185. My favorite current is Timeless Elegance however I really like the Bohemian paper also! But then again, SU! has always put out very classy supplies for our crafting needs.

  186. I like the typeset papers…they make such great backgrounds. Thanks for the great giveaway…I love paper!

  187. I really like all of the papers! Hard to choose a favorite but Bohemian is pretty cool…love the rich colors. Schoolhouse papers are nice too…very different from other school papers…loving the bright colors!

  188. Pass the paper, please!
    My favorite is Merry Moments and all Stampin Up Christmas themed paper!
    Keeping my fingers crossed…..

  189. I love all DSP but mostly the pretty florals and buy it for mostly scrap booking. However, I tend to hoard it because I don’t want to cut into those beautiful pieces. It would be fun to have these smaller pieces to get me inspired. Love your blog
    Shauna

  190. Polka dot parade! Thanks for the chance to win and also, for the daily inspiration!!

  191. My favorite is Everyday Chic. I love making classic black and white cards because they can look so elegant. Also a large array of other colors can be used with it if going for a pop of color.

  192. Love the 6 x 6 sheets……the fact it is Stampin Up….priceless!! Love to win them…love your blog too!!

  193. There is so much beautiful DSP, but since my favorite holiday is Halloween, I will have to pick retired DSP Motley Monsters! Thanks for this Blog Candy Giveaway! 🙂

  194. I love almost every DSP set ever! But, if I have to pick just one, I love the Moonlight paper stack that is now on the “clearance rack”.

  195. I love Painted Blooms and Bohemian, as the colors and designs are so pretty. Flowers and vibrant colors always catch my eye.

  196. My favorite retired DSP is Flashback – great color combos. Currently, it’s difficult to choose between Sweet Lil’ Things and Go Wild – Both have been super fun to work with. Thanks for the Blog Candy opportunity!

  197. English Garden is on it’s way to me as we speak! Painted Petals too! I love any paper with flowers! Actually, a majority of my stamps are flowers as well! I need to branch out more!!!!

  198. The Raspberry Tart was a fav, But I love the new typeface b/w. When I get the catalog, I dream a lot before choosing what to order, they are all so fun!

  199. I love the classic black and white “Everyday Chic Designer Series paper” in the new catalog.

  200. It’s so hard to pick a favorite since SU has the most gorgeous DSP! Sometimes I hate to cut into it. One of my all-time favorites, though, is Eastern Elegance. The grays and yellows make great cards for both masculine and feminine cards. Thanks for the chance to win!

  201. I have been seeing a lot of really nice projects with the English Garden DSP. I would purchase that next. This is a great give away. I make boxes to sell at a garden type gift shop and use 6×6 DSP, so this would come in very handy. Thanks for the chance to win 🙂

  202. I love love Raspberry Tart I still have 2 packages of I don’t even want to use it. I mainly use it if I’m making a special card for some I love.

  203. I love and miss Painted Petals DSP!!! That was my favorite. I will have to try to find another favorite this year. Thanks for the wishing to have some of your fantastic paper.

  204. Hi Mary! I love the everyday Chic designer series paper. It’s simple, classy, and Clean looking. I find this print to be very easy to work into a card and add a pop of color!
    I would love to use all these lovely papers as well! Thanks Mary and many blessings to you!

  205. Love the Designer Series paper. Christmas patterns tends to be my fave! Great giveaway … thanks for the chance to win.

  206. Polka dot parade is my favorite DSP. Thanks for a chance to win a great giveaway!

  207. Season of Style DP. It may be a Christmas one but the patterns work so well all seasons!!

  208. I loved the Santa & Co paper from the Holiday Catalog. I loved it so much I used every scrap. After I made my Christmas cards I hated to mail them for fear,the recipient would love them as much as I did. However, I did mail them and received so many compliments. My recipients loved them and asked about making some themselves. So,I directed them to the SU website and they were thrilled that not only could they buy the paper, for most t was it was on clearance. I think these cards converted many of my friends to Stampin Up. FYI I still don’t have my Dancing Santas stamp set it because my friends keep borrowing and then passing it off to the next person. Thank you

  209. I really like the Color Me irresistible specialty designer series paper (could the name be any longer?? haha) It is not too busy and saves me from embossing, etc.

  210. I love the bright bold colors of the Bohemian in the new catalog. it’s really hard to choose just one though!

  211. Go Wild is a favorite – I used it up doing masculine cards. Lots of fun and great results!

  212. Oh, my to pick just one? ‘English Garden’ has got to be one of my all time favorites. So many wonderful, vintage looking papers, turn them over and you have vibrant, happy colors and designs.

  213. Sweet Li’l Things Designer Series Paper. And I love scraps; I use them to make package sets of notecards for gifts for friends and family.

  214. I love all DSP especially anything Christmas. However, if I had to chose one, I would say the Timeless Elegance DSP. Thanks for the opportunity to win blog candy. Your thoughtfulness overwhelms me.

  215. Wow, how generous of you, Mary! My fav DSP is Typeset. I love the versatility of neutral colors which can be “popped” with a nice bright (or subtle) color! Thanks for the candy!

  216. Timeless Elegance is my favorite. It really adds “elegance” to a card no matter which pattern you choose.

  217. Hands down, no question about it, for me – Cherry On Top dsp!! It is so cheerful and I like to challenge myself to using an entire pack of 6×6 paper – each sheet is a winner!!

  218. Cherry on Top… love the colors. I have to say, SU has an awesome collection of DSP, I love to collect them. Collect vs use, lol.

    • English Garden captivated me from the first time I saw it! Love the watercolor look, and florals are so wonderful to work with. Thanks for your generous gift, with this blog candy, and everyday, sharing inspiration with us!

  219. I LOVE the Designer Series Paper Stacks (12×12) They coordinate so beautifully with the SU cardstock colors and some of the embossing folder patterns….taking even simple cards to a whole new level.

  220. My favorite right now is the English Garden dsp. It is BEAUTIFUL!
    I may have to order another package LOL
    hugs

  221. I really like Timeless Elegance and will be playing with Cherry On Top this weekend. Thank you for the chance to win!

  222. Belles Vacances from the 2010-2011 Idea Book. I was living in France at the time, so I have only the French language version. My all-time favorite paper!

  223. I’m a shabby sheak / country kinda girl Mary , thanks for your generous offer!

  224. Hi Mary, Wow a great idea for a giveaway- I love the English Garden as there are sooooo many beautiful colors that you could used on a variety of cards, tags, bags and so many projects.

  225. Love the English Garden and the Timeless Elegance,,,,a rose is a rose is a rose, after all.

  226. Omg , omg , ok let’s see my fave now is English Garden , don’t have it yet but soon , and last years was and is …..flower pot ,and black to black , but really love them all

    Thanks for a chance to win!!!!!
    Hugs Frenchiee

  227. Oh WOW!! Mary, that is a really fabulous stash of DSP, all beautiful I’m sure.
    Maybe winning this awesome paper will help me with the trouble it is for me working with it.
    Thank you for this chance.

  228. Wow Mary! What a lovely bunch of paper. I don’t have lot of dsp so this would be a great. My fave would have to be Typeset. I love black and white mixed with any brights . Thanks for the chance to win.

  229. I like the Pretty Petals and English Gardens DSP from the current catalog–can’t hardly wait to use them.

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