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Green with Envy Blog Candy Giveaway

Yummy Green with Envy Blog Candy Giveaway today!  One lucky participant will win the following retired clear-mount stamp sets:  What’s Up?,  Friends & Flowers, & Hello (Sale-A-Bration).

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HOW TO PLAY:  For your chance to win the What’s Up?,  Friends & Flowers, & Hello Stamp Sets, please leave a comment HERE sharing your answer to:  Retired or current – What is your favorite Stampin’ Up! green?

Deadline for blog candy comments is Monday, February 13 at NOON (MST).  I’ll choose a random comment and announce the winner later the same day on my Stampin’ Pretty Blog.

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

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418 thoughts on “Green with Envy Blog Candy Giveaway”

  1. Green is not one of my favorite colors. I sometimes struggle with using green. I am a spring and summer person so would have to go with some of the lighter shades of green. I love Mint Macaron and some of the retired light greens like Certainly Celery. I do use Old Olive with Pear Pizazz for leaves.
    Thanks for an opportunity to win a great bundle!

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  2. My all-time favorite is the original SU green……Greeen Galore! I wish they would bring back the rest of those original colors….Lovely Lilac, Pink Passion, YoYo Yellow, Only Orange….still love them after all these years!

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  3. My current favorite is Wild Wasabi. I do like the Garden Green as well, depends on what I need it for which choice I use.

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  4. Oh Geezz!! better late than never, right?
    My favorite SU Green is OLD OLIVE, hands down!!!
    Thank you for the chance to win this awesome blog candy.
    Hugs,
    Maria.

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  5. I like using all of SU greens, but seem to use these more Garden Green, Certainly Celery, Mossy Meadow and Old Olive,

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  6. Although it is long retired, I love the rich, dark Hunter Green. Others have come close, but it is my all time favorite green.

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  7. OLD OLIVE will forever be my favorite green- so versatile and such a pleasing color! I made 250 wedding invitations out of old olive, very vanilla with chocolate chip accents and i must say they were beautiful and i never got tired of the colors or making them! What fun I had with that project!

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  8. Certainly Celery and Green Galore are the 2 greens I miss the most! Current green that I use now is Old Olive.

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  9. My favorite is Kiwi Kiss – wish they would bring back some of these old colors again just for a limited time. Thanks for sharing your news letters with us – they are always so inspiring and get you to stamp every day!!!

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  10. Mossy Meadow- perfect for coloring, can be lightened or darkened. The best for Christmas! I miss it.

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  11. At Christmas time it has to be Mossy Meadow; year round Old Olive

    Thanks for a chance to win the wonderful blog candy !!!

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  12. My favorite green is old olive or wild wasabi. Kind of a tie. I love them both and don’t want to hurt their feelings so I use them both equally. 🙂

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  13. I love Emerald Envy! It reminds me of my sister’s birthstone that I’ve always loved. Thanks for the chance at winner some awesome new stamps!

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  14. My favorite is Wild Wasabi followed by Old Olive Actually they are probably tied. Mahalo for the chance for some CANDY.

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    • I can use my stand by Certainly Celery and Mellow Moss with all the colors of the rainbow to make the perfect card.

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  15. Old Olive is my favorite. Glad that it is still on SU’s list of colors. – hope they keep it around like they have Lovely as a Tree

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  16. My fav is Old olive for a brow/dull green and lucky limade for a brighter green from an array of other great greens.

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  17. I have always loved Certainly Celery but I don’t think that there has ever been a SU green I didn’t like! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  18. Funny that for me it’s the time of year that determines the green I like & use. But to pick just one I’ll say Wild Wasabi.
    Thanks for the fun chance at some great blog candy, & your talented inspiration.

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  19. Thanks for the opportunity to win some stamp sets; I don’t own any of them! My favorite green is Old Olive. I love it for Christmas but I find myself using it all year round.

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  20. Favorite – Old Olive
    Thanks so much for all your great ideas and pointers. Always look forward to what you have coming up next.

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  21. My all time favoite is old olive, very versitile, not to dark not to light, great for many color combos.

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  22. Emerald Envy is my favorite green. This one bumped off Lucky Limeade. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  23. So hard to say when I love “em all, but the latest favorite is “Emerald Envy”.
    Have a great day and thanks for a chance to win free product.

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  24. Wild Wasabi? Old Olive? Mossy Meadow? Do I really have to choose just one? I love all the greens.

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  25. It has to be olive green! I always grab it! Hoping it stays around for a long time! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  26. Wow, I had to think about this as I loved sage shadow, and hunter green but will go with wild wasabi as it is a very good general green stamp. Thnaks for the opportunity to win such excellent blog candy! Love your blog and love your weekly showing off stampers cards!thanks!

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  27. I love my greens. Handsome Hunter was my favorite but I misplaced the ink pad and do not have any of the card stock left. Then, it was the sage which I do have the card stock and ribbon left and maybe a marker. Then my favorite was Mossy Meadow and I do have the ink pad, reinker, and card stock left from that. Otherwise that leads me back to Old Olive which is my “go to green” I use most often. Gumball green was a good one for St. Patrick’s Day and I do have the ink pad and a pack of paper left! Sorry you asked?

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  28. I love greens, so this is a tough one! I’d have to say Garden Green is my favorite, but I use them all alot!

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  29. My favorite green is Gumball Green which sadly is retired! So my favorite current green is Old Olive!
    Thanks for the Green with Envy Blog Candy give away!

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  30. My favorite is “Oh So Succulent”. Your BD card inspired me try the style. Great creations!
    Thank you, Bev

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  31. My all time favourite is Certainly Celery. I was so sad when that colour retired. But of my current greens Old Olive is my next most absolute favourite! What a great competition! So interesting to see what everyone responds and how many different greens Stampin’ Up has had.

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  32. Old Olive has been my favorite and many of my friends too! It seems to be the go to “green”. It is compatible to many of the other SU inks!!!! 🙂

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  33. What an awesome prize! I absolutely adored Pistachio Pudding, it was the perfect shade without any yellow tones. My replacement color that is current is Wild Wasabi, and I’m partial to Mint Macron although that is more bluish.

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  34. Wowza!! What great Blog candy. Thank you for sharing your ideas. My favorite green was Gumball Green. Have a great weekend.

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  35. What a fabulous prize, Mary! My favorite green ink is the long retired Handsome Hunter – ohhhhh love that deep rich color for fall and Christmas cards.

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  36. That is a really difficult question. There are too many favorites. One of the things I like and miss a lot is the apricot appeal paper

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  37. Pear Pizzazz, for sure. But since Mint Macaron came on the scene, it’s hard to choose, even though they are so different.. Thanks for offering awesome blog candy!

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  38. My favorite current green is Pear Pizzazz.
    I still really miss the retired color Sage Shadow.
    I know that is going back a long time, but it was perfect!
    I still miss it and covet the Sage card stock I still have left to use.

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  39. My favorite green that is current is Wild Wasabi…….but my favorite retired green was Certainly Celery. Thanks for all the ideas you share on your blog & thanks for a chance at a nice blog candy bundle.

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  40. Just can’t get enough of Gumball Green. It is a little bold, but it is what I consider a “true” green.

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  41. My favorite green is Gumball Green. It’s the perfect color stamped right to paper or stamped off once for a more subtle hue.

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  42. My absolute favourite green is the long retired Lucky Limeade. Love it with Bermudas Bay!! My current ‘go to’ green is Pear Pizzazz.

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  43. I miss my certainly celery. The closest thing to it has been pear pizazz plus I really like saying “pizazz”. So my new favorite is pear pizazz. ?

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  44. Ooooooh, olive green , hope that never goes away ,
    Thank you my MsMary for a chance of winning, your the best ❤❤❤
    Have a nice day
    Hugs Frenchie ❤

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  45. Handsome Hunter is my favorite color of green! Thank you for the opportunity to win and the beautiful ideas you share with us!

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  46. Wild Wasabi just seems to go with everything…plus I LOVE saying it…Wild Wasabi…Wild Wasabi…Wild Wasabi! Love your designs, Mary. Many thanks for sharing your talent.

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  47. Has to be Emerald Envy–the ink, the marker, and especially the glitter embossing powder all have just the right amount of ZING for making a good card even better!

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  48. Oh, that’s hard as green is my favorite color. Mossy Meadow at Christmas, but Wild Wasabi all the other times!

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  49. I am a green person so it’s really hard to narrow it down to one!!! I’d have to say maybe old olive??? They are all so pretty!

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  50. I love any of the green cardstock, especially garden green, which I use a lot. And the old standby, Old Olive, will always be a go to green. I do love the Emerald Envy for St. Patrick’s Day cards because it is a pure green.

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  51. I LOVE GREEN! Any green! My favorite green would have to be Handsome Hunter. It was perfect for so many things including Christmas and masculine cards. My favorite current green would have to be Pear Pizzazz, also a very versatile color. Thanks for the opportunity to win, Mary!

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  52. i would have to say that my favorite green has always been old olive but I love all green pretty much so it depends on what what color I am putting it with.

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  53. Green is one of my favorite colors for stamping, but I’d have to say Old Olive. I hope they never retire it!

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  54. Oh this is tough….my very FIRST favorite SU green was Mellow Moss. My SECOND favorite was Certainly Celery. My THIRD was Kiwi Kiss. All retired, but still dear to my heart! =)

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  55. My favorite is garden green. It just seems to go with so many other colors. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  56. Certainly Celery!!!! It was perfection. Masculine cards, feminine cards, baby cards, scrapbooks, even painted my bedroom that color! I miss it soooooo!!!!

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  57. Old Olive is my favorite current green….it’s so classic and classy…goes well with about anything. Gumball Green was my favorite retired green.

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  58. Green is such a great color that goes with everything, just look at nature. So I guess my favorite is wild wasabi.

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  59. I love any color green, but if I had to chose it would be Mint Macaron, I love using the card stock and the ink on my cards.

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  60. I would have to say it is Old Olive. It is the first Stampin’ Up green I ever owned and like my husband of forty-one years, the first is always the best.

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  61. My favorite is Swirly Bird. It’s so versatile and from young to old enjoy
    it every time I make a card with it. ?

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  62. Gumball Green is my all time favorite. I’m still bummed they retired it. I have ONE sheet left…I just can’t use the last one!

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  63. So hard to choose, really depends on the time of the year so right now it’s Emerald green, getting ready for St Patrick’s Day

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  64. Thank you for the fun chance to win blog candy. My favorite green is still Pistachio Pudding…in fact, I miss ALL the in-colors from that group.

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  65. That is hard – I like a number of the greens. As far as retired colors, Green Galore was my favorite! I used it all the time. For current colors, I would have to pick Old Olive. Beth B in NC

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  66. Gumball Green is one of my favorite, but I also love Mossy Meadow and Old Olive! I think Old Olive is a classic!!!

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  67. My favorite retired stamp set is Roses in Winter! This two step stamp set makes the most beautiful flowers and this question also makes me wonder why I haven’t uses it in awhile! Time to dust it off and “play” this weekend!!

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  68. I can’t resist any.. I love everything that is made. Retired and current. Please don’t make me choose.. ??

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  69. Love, love, love Gumball green. It’s a bright cheerful color. It adds interest and a pop to my cards.

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  70. How could I ever make cards for St. Patty’s Day without Glorious Green? I have enough in my stash for a couple of years. Emerald Envy comes close but is not quite as rich. It is in a catalogue I have from 1998-99 so it is an oldie! Thanks for offering all the blog candy. Love it.

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  71. I’m still an Old Olive lover. It is the first shade of green I’m attracted to when I look through my stack of green cardstock.

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  72. Garden Green is perfect for general greenery and Christmas. Gumball Green gives the ‘wow’ to other green needs. Thanks, Mary!

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  73. Love old olive. Thanks for offering this blog candy. Look forward to your daily emails with your great ideas!

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  74. I really loved Gumball Green from the 2012-2014 In Colors… still have a tiny little bit of cardstock left 🙂

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  75. Gumball Green, for sure! The name reminds me of my youth and saying it with my grandfather when my grandmother was making our favorite food!!

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  76. I love Old Olive and also Pear Pizzaz. They are my go-to greens, and seem to go with most any color.

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  77. My favorite is Old Olive. Whatever I’m working on it always seems to find it’s way in! Thank you!

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  78. My favorite green?….I’d have to say it’s “Always Artichoke”….I like to team it up with pinks when I stamp flowery cards…VERY pretty color.

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  79. I’d have to say Old Olive. It is my go to for most nature inspired cards. Perfect leaf/stem color.

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  80. My favorite color green would have to be Wild Wasabi. It seems to go with everything, either as an accent color, or on its own. However, my favorite personal color has always been green, so I love all of Stampin’ Up!’s green colors. LOL

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  81. Thank you so much for this opportunity to win this awesome blog candy! It is difficult to decide on my favorite SU! green. I’ve narrowed it down to Certainly Celery and Old Olive. Thanks also for your always fabulous inspirations!

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  82. Emerald Envy is by far the greatest color introduced by Stampin’ Up! Green is my favorite color so I’m hoping it will become a permanent supply product.

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  83. Old Olive will always be my favorite Green
    it works with so many other colors
    It’s great for all Christmas projects and with Easter as well

    I’d love to win 🙂

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  84. I LOVED Gumball Green!

    Thank you so much for the DSP Color Coordinating Chart! I immediately looked for Patterns Love DSP but that one wasn’t listed. I bought it several years ago and would love to know what all colors are in it besides Real Red and Pretty Pink. I’ll just go back through all my catalogs since 2008 once again.

    BTW, I LOVE the tag and ribbon on the trio of stamp sets! What stamp set is that? Thanks for the chance to win Blog Candy!

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  85. I love Garden Green; it goes with everything and is great for Christmas projects and cards. Thanks so much for all you do for this community; I love your project ideas and your thoughtfulness :0

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  86. Mellow Moss. It was subtle, subdued, and worked well with the other colors – retired and current. Great for feminine and masculine cards , whether adult, child, or baby! Clearly, my favorite green.

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  87. I liked garden green. It was closer to a real Christmas green. Thank you for being so generous with the product give aways!

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  88. I have to say, that my favorite is Old Olive. Thanks for opportunity to win those cool stampsets.

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  89. Oldie goldie favorite is Forest Foliage! Current favorite is Old Olive! Thanks for the chance to win this awesome candy!!!

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  90. Hi . . My favorite green is old olive . . It’s been with SU for a long time and I hope it stays for a longer time!

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  91. My favorite shade of SU green is retired Certainly Celery. Love it! Just the perfect “tangy” color. Have the stamp pad but all out of that wonderful paper shade. ?

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  92. Garden green ~ everyone loves a garden, right?

    thanks so much for the opportunity to win these fabulous stamp sets!

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  93. Anytime I stamp flowers I stamp my stems in old olive. Thanks for the chance to win some stamps!

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  94. My Favorite Green, ever…Old Olive!.
    Can you name a more perfect green that simply goes with every single color. Not to grey, not to yellow. You can sponge to elevate the shades. Diffently my all time favorite!

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  95. Garden green is probably my favorite due to its versatility. It’s the card stock of many uses.

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  96. My favorite green has to be Garden Green. It is so versatile. I use it for Christmas cards, floral cards (great color for leaves and stems), and many other occasion cards. Thank you, Mary, for your daily inspiration! And, thank you for a chance to win blog candy!

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  97. So fun! Green…I would say Always Artchoke is my fav. Something about this off green catches my eye. Another fav “green” is the “green” glue but that is for another time. Enjoy.

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  98. I absolutely love the Flowershop stamp set and the Old Olive ink. I have used the Flowershop over and over again for a lot of occasions. Olive Green ink is awesome and have used that a lot too. Thanks for all you do Mary, love your site.

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  99. I have 2 favorites- certainly celery and wild wasabi. Both support many different color combinations.

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  100. My retired is Certainly Celery, but my new favorite in color is Envious Envy. Thanks for a great give away!

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  101. I find myself using Gumball Green and Wild Wasabi the most when I need the perfect green. Thanks Mary for all your awesome card ideas.

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  102. My favorite green is gumball green. A true Christmas color that was bright and fresh and went beautifully with real red. I hope it will make a return someday.

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  103. Ohhh! That’s a tough one! So many pretty greens. I like cucumber crush and have always liked wild wasabi, but, of course, I’ll go with Old Olive. Thanks!

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  104. What a wonderful giveaway! My favorite green was Forest Foliage…… I know I am dating myself, but I can’t help it, it was such a pretty shade! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  105. Happy Friday everyone!!! My favorite all time stampin’ up green is……..Gumball Green❤️

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  106. They are oldies, but my favorite green(s) are Glorious Green and Mellow Moss, depending on what was needed. Sure do miss them!

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  107. Green being my favorite color this is not so easy, but I think Certainly Celery. I really like the new emerald envy, too, but I just haven’t used it much.

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  108. My favorite green is Old Olive for sure!!! Goes with everything! Thanks for a chance to win- so fun!! 🙂

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  109. For Christmas Time I love to use Old Olive but for Easter and spring it is Mint Macaron and Pistachio Pudding

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  110. If memory serves me correctly, my favorite was called Handsome Hunter, though I find that Garden Green is a frequent go-to color of mine.

    And Mary, thank you from the bottom of my stampin’ heart for the comprehensive DSP chart that covers 2008 onward! I have loads of DSP from the past catalogs that I’d always wondered how I would ever match the colors, and now I have a very organized answer! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

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  111. Don’t know if this qualifies as “green” but mint macaron; if that’s not a “green” then mossy meadow

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