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Blog Candy: What is your paper crafting resolution for 2019?

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883 thoughts on “Blog Candy: What is your paper crafting resolution for 2019?”

  1. Be more organize, make cards for my friends, family and use more my Stampin Up tools and products

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  2. Beside you always creating an over the top card design, I have taken many of your storage/organizational tips and turned my craft room around! I am currently cuttng 5×7″ magnetic mats for my dies and edgelits and making labels for them. I recently purchased the 5×7″ plactic holders from Totally-Tiffany to store them in! Thank you for your great tips throughout the year!

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  3. My 2019 stamping resolution is to get my stamping area sorted so I know what I have and am able to find it when I want to stamp and to make more cards!

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  4. I plan to make more cards than I have in the last two years, and to have not only have Christmas cards made before Thanksgiving, but to have the envelopes addressed and ready to go by then also!

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  5. I plan on doing some reorganization this year. I am trying to figure out the best way to do it. 🙂 I plan to continue making cards, I slowed down over the holidays and now I am ready to start up again.

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  6. I need to do it all! But I really hope to get more organized in my craft area so that I can make and send more cards.

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  7. Oh Heavens!
    My major resolution is to have cards ready in advance. My husband has abandoned Hallmark for my card making and I need birthday cards, thank you cards ,sympathy cards, etc,
    Then there are the requests from my sister and my friend Sachie,
    Also my personal needs and the birthday’s and sundry events in the office.
    Finally there are the Christmas tag to makiefor a charity that my sister and I support. I need to make at least 1500 before October. Thank goodness she does all the bling and embellishing.

    Guess I better get started. LOL

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  8. My Stamping Resolution is to organize my supplies into my new craft room in our new house finally! The craft room got put on the back burner (behind the kitchen stuff, so it made some sense). I also want to use some weekend time to make some cards up ahead of time this year, so I’m not always behind in getting birthday cards out. Putting together some of my 50 plus Paper Pumpkin Kits can help in that goal.

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  9. If I had to choose a crafting resolution it would be to put away all the supplies I used in a card series before I begin my next card. I have a list of family and friends that I send a card to each month. So, as I’m finishing up one card I’m already thinking about the next month’s card and I tend to jump right in making them!!! ?

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  10. My resolution is to carve out a niche if time each day for cardcraftin. I love it and deserve the time. 2019 is the year of me!

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  11. One of my “resolutions” for the new year is to use more of my purchased stamps that have never been “inked”. I purchase them thinking I really will use that design & then seem to move onto something that is “new” & then forget about my other stamps!! So more cards with “old” stamps & more cards – period! It is nice to be “remembered” with a card & I want to do more of that in the new year! Thanks for all the inspiration.

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  12. My resolution is to get my craft room put together after a long remodel/redecorate so I have a place to make paper crafts again.

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  13. Mary,, my New Years creative resolution is to to take small projects with me as I travel. I am a flight attendant and often have time on a layover to assemble my precut projects or do some coloring or stamping. Creating pretty cards to share makes my heart happy.

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  14. My resolution is to go through my Birthday book and make cards for each birthday and put them in the pockets of the month so I have them ready when the birthday comes.

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  15. My intent is to send a piece of mail every day for a year. This is my third year attempting this and I have only accomplished 200 plus each year. Now I have a great system down pat, so hope that the third time (year!) is the charm! Thanks for inspiring some of my best clean and simple cards, Mary!

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  16. My 2019 resolution is to make up some birthday cards each month and stop using Facebook to wish friends a happy birthday – I need to get back into sending real, honest to goodness homemade cards again!

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  17. My 2019 Stamping Resolution is to create and send out more cards and use my DSP! And I want to get organized and get my projects done a week or two in advance.

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  18. 2019 will find me using up designer paper that’s been lurking and using up much needed space in one drawer. The cards made will be sent to troops so they will have cards to send to their loved ones.

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  19. My main goal for 2019 is to organize; organize; and organize. LOL!! I want to organize not only my crafting space but also my personal space as well.

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  20. Hey, Mary. My (intention) is to update my spreadsheets of stamps and dies, label boxes and card racks, and note inside each stamp set case the framelits, DSP and accessories that coordinate. The Alpine Adventure is the bundle I regret not purchasing, I would so enjoy making cards and samplers with it. Thank you for your daily inspiration. Happy New Year.

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  21. I am hoping to reduce my stash and keep only those that I know I will use, and follow my craft calendar to reduce unnecessary anxiety and senseless stress.

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  22. I am planning to organize my craft room, send more cards to distant family members and upgrade to the Big Shot as my Cuttlebug no longer fits all the SU embossing folders.

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  23. Greetings,
    First on my list is to categorize, label and file my embossing folders.
    Goal is to be able to see and lift out the one I chose without
    having to sort through first, The binder folders did not work for me.
    Happy New Year!

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  24. I will be spending at minimum of 15 minutes each evening crafting. I am forever getting home from work and saying that I am tired so I figured even if I work on a plan to make a card or scrapbook layout, 15 minutes is doable (and once I start, I know I will take more time to craft). YEAH!

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  25. My word for 2019 is Growth. I would like to grow my skills as a hobby stamper. I’m planning on retiring in a few years and hope to become confident enough to become a demonstrator and hold classes, recruit others and have fun!

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  26. My 2019 resolution is to make birthday cards for my friends and relatives and have them in a pouch calendar all set to mail out a few months in advance – with the envelopes addressed and stamped!

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  27. It seems I am always re-organizing my craft room. Some times I feel like starting over. I may need to spill into another room. I am going to separate old retired product from the newest SU products in the cattys. This means getting rid of brand “X” product, too.

    My plan is to be more organized in my stamping projects, too. Keeping all the supplies together along with the stamp sets used and dies used. Sometimes one piece is used out of a set and it gets lost in the shuffle. Thanks for making me think of this task today

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  28. My resolution and hope is that I complete my paper crafting party favors, cards, etc. way ahead of time! No last minute scrambling and stress. I want it to be fun!

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  29. I spent so much time getting my space organized but now I need to organize and manage my time! My Goal is to spend quality time in my space being creative and Stamping my heart out!

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  30. I plan to find more time to be creative by setting aside “me time” once a week and to take advantage of the classes offered by local stampers for inspiration and techniques.

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  31. I am hoping to organize my craft area and purge anything that hasn’t been used recently. Also want to use the past unused Paper Pumpkin kits.

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  32. I plan to reorganize my craft space to prepare for my favorite stampin up products– easy access, and visually inspiring. Out with out-dated items and seldom used products. I’ll be donating them to local schools.

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  33. One of biggest plans this year is to go through all my supplies and purge things I haven’t used for years. I hope I fulfill my great intentions!

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  34. I’m hoping to use some of the sets that I LOVE but have never used, and also to get cards made ahead so I’m not always scrambling when I need one.

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  35. My 2019 goal is to do a major cleaning & organization of my “room”. Besides stamping materials it also contains all of my fabric &quilting supplies so it will take some time.

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  36. I plan to be better organized this year and finish a scrapbook project that has been on hold for a long time.

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  37. My resolution is to make a card or project everyday. Use the stamps and paper i buy within a week of buying them. I love the new catalog coming out. Yay!!!
    Lees a Harvey

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  38. This year I am going to share my love of stamping and already have plans for how to make that happen at our annual girlfriends’ week at cottage.

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  39. 2019 is my year to finally get my craft room in order from hanging old- time towel bars for my punches to organizing my inks, pens and reinkers in Stamp n Storage units. Plus this stamp set giveaway would help me convey images of my early years in Northern Minnesota at the cabin = fond memories of skiing and sledding!

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  40. Hope to get my little area in the basement looking more like a craft room & less like a disaster area! I know this will lead to more creativity & productivity!

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  41. Hi, Mary: I am determined to cut down on my ‘stash’ of older stamp sets. Many of them are just sitting on a shelf, when they could be making other stampers very happy.
    Happy New Year!!

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  42. Hello Mary!!! My plan for 2019 is to spend a LOT more time in my craft room…..starting TODAY! Happy New Year!

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  43. I want to get more sure of myself in making cards. I can spend over hour just making a card or trying to decide what I want. Yours ideas help me alot.

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  44. for 2019 my stamping resolution is to take time to enjoy my favorite craft of making cards and challenge myself to make at least new three cards each week.

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  45. Thanks for the opportunity to win such a great bundle! My goal for 2019 is to live with more purpose. Specifically for crafting it is to participate in more challenges to increase my creativity!

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  46. My 2019 Stamping Resolution is a 2-parter! First, I want to get my craft room reorganized and in better shape, which I have already begun and it’s looking pretty good! Second is to send out more cards that I have made up for “just because” occasions; I want me friends and family to know I am thinking of them all the time; 2018 taught me that it’s always good to let everyone know how you feel and not wait until they are gone.

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  47. My goal this year is to create something at least once a week. I want to start using my stamps and dies that I love but have never used.

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  48. My craft room has become a storage room and there is absolutely no room to do any crafting! My goal is to purge, get rid of all non-Stampin Up stuff and to find a place for all my supplies so I can finally use my craft room as originally intended.

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  49. I’m trying to design one card per week, allowing me to be better prepared for club meetings and classes. I want to avoid the stress of last minute planning.

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  50. 2019 is here and I’m already starting on my stamping resolution. I have a great space, lots of Stampin’ Up product, but my space has been such a mess! I’m usually making something in a hurry and then walk away. So this year, my space is getting cleaned up and organized! Then I’ll feel like stamping more often!!

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  51. I am determined to organize my stamps/dies in alphabetical order and throw away lots of itsy-bitsy paper scraps that I never really use.

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  52. My 2019 Stamping Resolution is to get more organized and to finish the cards that I have made, but don’t have insides in them. I also need to get rid of some old stamp sets, but I just can’t part with the DSP that I have even though some of it is retired

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  53. My goal for 2019 is to actually stamp more and use all those wonderful products that I have accumulated!

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  54. Thank you for the opportunity to win the Alpine stamp and dies. I missed my opportunity to order this great set.
    This is the year I hope to go drawer by drawer, shelf by shelf and reorganize. Having relocated to Texas from Ohio, things have been shoved here and there in order to fit in a smaller space. I followed your reorganization when you moved and have been inspired. Many blessing on your success and continued inspiration for the rest of us.
    Thank you again.

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  55. My goal is to make and send more cards this year. It is a wonderful feeling to receive a hand made card. Your blog is an inspiration! I appreciate your style.

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  56. 2019, the year that I use every stamp set at least once this year! The back up plan is to purge the ones I don’t like or don’t use by the end of the year. Wish me luck!! Also want to say thanks for your weekly share of cards, they inspire me!

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  57. I would like to get my craft area cleaned and organized!! I need to let go of stuff I don’t need and put things away right away!!

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  58. My goal this year is to complete a binder with a copy of the stamp jacket of each stamp set I have so that I can easier find the proper image or sentiment without looking through every one on the shelf as I often combine stamp sets on a single card. It has been so helpful with the ones all ready done. Thank you for the inspiration you give and the opportunity to win this fantastic bundle.

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  59. My 2019 resolution is to create a duplicate cards from my extra scraps and embellishments to donate to a local retirement home so they too can have a card when they need one.

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  60. Organize my cards that I have already made by occasion. I currently have them all in one bin and it is a mess!

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  61. I’ve begun making many cards ahead. I’m so tired of having to rush in being late and not doing my best

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  62. My goal – Consolidate what I have, share what isn’t needed and re-organize what is left. Second part of that goal is to have cards made in timely manner so they are out to people on time, not late!

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  63. I’m hoping this year to be a bit more organized and clean up after myself. I tend to leave things out-even though they all have a home, and that really slows down my creativity!

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  64. I am starting to convert my old wood block stamps to clear-mount stamps (particularly words or sets that work best in the Stamparatus), create an insert picture of the stamp set and put it in a DVD case, and then nicely organized alphabetically on my DVD bookcase! If the set is best to remain on the wood blocks, I will simply move it over to the wide case – all available from Stampin Up! It may take all year, since I have been a Stampin Up! fanatic since 1994…… 100s of stamp sets to reorganize……

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  65. My goal this year is to try and use up some of my old papet…I seem to buy and buy and never use it….Also want to try colic markers.

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  66. I am going to make sure all of my stamp sets are filed away and entered into the computer as to location of set and whether or not there are dies to go with the set. This will make it easier to make more cards!!

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  67. Organizer craft room and spend time creating! My craft room is also my guest bedroom. How to get the queen bed out of there…..air mattress? Murphy bed? Futon? It’s such a mess, I can’t be creative.

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  68. My goal. was to reorganize my craft room and get my class schedule set up for the year. I am very happy to say that by 10pm last night, I did it. Feeling quite proud this morning.
    Have a wonderful day!

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  69. My 2019 Stamping Resolution is to send more cards to my family and friends. I want to send cards, not just for holidays and birthdays, but cards just to let them know how much I care and appreciate them!

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  70. I really need to organize my stampin up stash. Then after that I need to create more cards for the people I work with. I do the birthday calendar for the lab I work in. I then need to get cards to our 2 local dialysis centers that are used for patients birthdays. Sympathy for their families if they happen to pass, and lots of thinking of you cards to cheer them up.

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  71. My 2019 resolution is to get my card making supplies more organized. I received two rolling carts to hold supplies for Christmas and am getting them filled.

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  72. Like so many others, purge, organize and produce are at the top of my list!
    I also want to get the Stamparatus and master
    using it. I know it’s a great tool.

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  73. 2019 is the year I finish inventory of the current stamp sets and tools I own. Having a catalog of images by theme has been helpful when creating cards and other projects.

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  74. My 2019 Stamping Resolution is to use up my DSP so that I can buy more!! And I would love to get caught up on my scrapbooking projects – I get so busy making cards I neglect my scrapbooks! Happy 2019!

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  75. I tend to hoard paper. So in 2019 I plan to use all of my retired DSP. ALL OF IT! Get ready to see some throwback cards!

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  76. I have 2 New Year’s resolutions…..First one will be to get a list done with all the birthdays of my DT teammates and crafting friends to be able to send their cards with plenty of time.
    I started to organize my craft room back in November so it’s done.
    My second resolution will be to start my Thanksgiving and Holiday cards NOW!!!!! so I will have them done and ready to mail at least one month in advance of each Holiday.
    Happy 2019 Mary and thank you for the chance to win this awesome blog candy.
    XO
    Maria.

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  77. I plan on cataloging all my Stamps, dies, and inks s well as finishing up organizing a room in our new home.

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  78. Need to get organized and utilize the stamp n storage pieces I got on Black Friday sale. Then I might be able to get some cards made AND sent!! That’s my goal for this year.

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  79. I am so Anxious to just stay in my craftroom and design! Thank you for Inspiration Mary Fish! Happy New Year!!!

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  80. In 2019 I will make more cards and send them out! My goal is to craft 3-4 times a month in my craft room!

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  81. i am recently retired. i have no excuse to not make time for making cards. always think, i don’t have time, now what do i have more of.
    don’t get me wrong, i still have a life and want to spend living life, but i also want to be creative. i have downsized some things in my craft room, but want to make a more easier work space! o the things i can do!!! thank you for this opportunity! o and i just bought a BIG kick, and need to learn how to use it!!!! o the fun we will have. love your site and have saved all the emails, so i can go back and learn! sorry i do tend to ramble! Blessings and Happy New Year, ellen

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  82. My Crafting Resolution for 2019 is to reorganize my craft room this weekend and as Donna before me says to have enough cards in advance instead of scrambling the night before! I have made a pretty good side hustle with my card making and it’s very humbling and I am forever grateful to my friends and coworkers for supporting me!

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  83. My resolution is to use supplies I don’t/haven’t used, to step out of my comfort zone and try to create my own cards, rather than copying others.

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  84. My New Year’s resolution is to get all my Stampin Up supplies organized so that I am not getting so frustrated finding exactly what I need when I need it. I would also like to get more Christmas cards made throughout the year so when it comes time to send them out, I’m ready.

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  85. My resolution is to get better organized with my card making supplies and try new techniques I have never used before in my cards.

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  86. Definitely going to organize my new craft room in 2019! Just ordered 2 paper organizers and a punch organizer to add to the existing cabinetry, from Stamp-n-storage.

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  87. My 2019 card Resolution will be to make my 40 to 50 Christmas cards starting them throughout the year instead of leaving them to the last min.

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  88. Definitely going to organize my new craft room in 2019! Just ordered 2 paper organizers and a punch organizer to add to the existing cabinetry, from Stamp-n-storage.

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  89. For 2019, I’m inspired to continue having fun stamping, creating and sharing this with others, One way I’m starting off this year is I’ve pre-ordered the Gingham/Butterfly Gala suite. In the past when I’ve ordered, I skipped around suites, not having a “complete package”.

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  90. My 2019 crafting resolutions are to organize my craft space (purge old) and try to make more cards in advance so I can have them on hand and ready to go. Spend more time card making too.

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  91. I plan to make two of every card I make. One I will send immediately and the other I will put in a card tin. Once the tin is full I will give it as a gift.

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  92. My new craft studio is essentially finished, but now needs to be organized. That is my goal for early 2019. I want to do more stamping and paper creating by myself and with my grandkids.

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  93. My crafting resolution is to continue to organize after making great progress in 2018. I want to collect all the new colors and returning colors. I’m busily cleaning out a large space in my basement and hope to occupy it in a couple of months.

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  94. I’d like to utilize my plentiful dsp to create seasonal birthday cards that I will then have ready to send throughout this year. Thank you for your ideas and inspiration.

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  95. To utilized the paper, stamps, framelits and embellishments in unique and different ways during 2019.

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  96. My resolution for 2019 is to get my craft room organized and spend more time in it making cards and scrap books and most of all, making memories and crafting with my mother. Who by the way will be 80 this year and loves making cards. Thanks for all your help and posts. Hope we all have a great year.

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  97. Yes! I WILL reorganize! Lots of stuff I don’t use/need will go to make room for the new! My goal is to try to make a card using every stamp set I have! Tall order, but I will have fun trying!…and not only do I have The BigShot, but I also have the Stamparatus!

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  98. My New Years resolution is to make and send birthday cards to all my friends and family. For a card maker, I am terrible at sending cards.

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  99. I hope to double my cardmaking; one for me and a copy to donate for our animal shelter bazaar next December.

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  100. My resolution is to figure out which type of ink pad storage will work the best for me. Purchase it and get it set up so that I can find the color I need for a project without searching thru my stacks of ink pads.

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  101. My 2019 goal is to clean as I go. I seem to start a second project before I clean up from the first project and before long, I am working in the confines of an area as big a dinner plate!
    P.S. The Alpine Adventure Bundle was my biggest regret of not ordering!

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  102. My 2019 Resolution is to be more creative with my DSP. I have so much that I need to use before I begin to think about getting more.

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  103. My 2019 crafting resolution is to send more cards to friends & family instead of collection them!

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  104. My number one 2019 goal is to make Christmas cards ALL year long. When Dec. 1st rolls around, there just isn’t enough time to make all of the cards I would like to make!!!

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  105. My 2019 resolution is to go through and purge my craft supplies Since we moved my crafting space has shrunk, I packed it up so fast that i didn’t have time to sort it all. I also plan on using up my retired DSP by making cards to donate to various places.

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  106. I am continually searching for better storage solutions in my crafy space. Maybe this will be the year I finally find a place to keep it all tidy!

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  107. I have only made cards to send out to friends and family plus People that are seriously ill or death in family. After making these I do not have extra time for now. I have ordered from Totally Tiffany and Stamp N Store. Great products! I also contacted a cabinet maker to help me organize my Sewing/Crafting room. I hope to have that project by the end of Jan. 🙂

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  108. My goal for 2019 is to finally organize my craftroom so that I can actually work in it and to create cards with being frazzled because I have to move my product to another room so that I can complete projects etc..

    Happy New Year and thank you for this opportunity to win some fabulous products

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  109. I would like to find an inexpensive way to organize my craft room and have more time to make cards in 2019!

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  110. I plan on making cards to send to soldiers so they can have cards to send to their families and friends.

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  111. Hope to get my Christmas cards done by November this year. I also hope to get get my craft room more organized.

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  112. My 2019 Stamping goal is to finish my craft room with my stamp n storage items and my IKEA cubes. Right now it’s an organized mish mosh …. I can’t wait to get it all completed. My other goal is to finish my projects once I start them…..Today I just finished a project I started two years ago…..turned out great using current Stampin’ Up products:):) I am really in love with the Alpine Adventure bundle…..I had it in an pending order and when I went to order it was gone:(:(……..Really hoping to win!! God Bless and Happy New Year……May 2019 bring you good health and happiness!!!

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  113. My stamping resolution is to make new cards daily to build my card box up. So many times I gave needed a card and none handy. I hate spending $4-7 for s card at the store when handmade means so much more.

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  114. My goal is to mail four random cards a month; just because cards. I also hope to make cards for all family and friend birthdays.

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  115. My Stamping Resolution for 2019 is to actually mail more of the cards that I make. But I also want to make more cards, too.

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  116. My goal for 2019 is to stop hoarding and start using all my DSP and lovely ribbon on cards for others to enjoy.

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  117. Wow, Mary. I quickly read thru-95% of us are intending to reorganize!!!!!! We must be a messy group!!!

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  118. My 2019 crafting resolution is to get started sooner on my holiday cards so I don’t have that added last minute stress and then have time to do more scrapbooking. I received a card this year with the sled and thought I would love to have that set.

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  119. I am going to attempt to be better organized when I shop online at SU – make purchases with specific projects in mind instead of just doing random orders.

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  120. I want to do more 3D paper crafting in 2019. I love using the SU designer paper sets for making these pieces and the mini albums that go with them. The DSP sets always match so well.

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  121. My goal is to learn how to do foiling. I got a laminator and foil products from Santa. I am loving playing around with it. Thanks for an awesome giveaway. Happy new year!

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  122. I need to clean and organize my craft room so I can find my supplies to make cards. Every thing is too jumbled right now and I can’t even find the top of my desk. 🙁

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  123. I would like to work on reorganizing my craft space. Out with the “really old” and in with the new. Colors, inks, dsp and such. I’m hoping it will inspire me to make more cards. I seem to make the bulk of my cards at Christmas. Lord knows I have enough stamp sets to make lovely cards all throughout the year.
    My friend and I have tried to make it a point to get together once a month(for the last 6 months) to inspire one another and use our supplies!!!
    Here’s to a wonderful 2019 for all!

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  124. Organization first (badly needed) then I resolve to create and send more cards to the Cards for Soldiers program!

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  125. I plan to finish Paper Pumpkin kits that are still in their boxes and make new cards from extra pieces from kits I have completed.

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  126. My resolution for 2019 is to purge the old and unused stamps , paper and ribbon and let my class students take anything they want as they are all new to Stampin Up! Someone helped me with free used Stampin Up products so it is time to pay it forward!!!!

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  127. My resolution is to get a stash of cards made in advance so I don’t have to rush to the store and buy one when something comes up!

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  128. I’d really like to make time to do more stamping and to make the cards in advance of my need for them. I have so many SU gems and often don’t have the time to be creative enough with them because of waiting until the last second. I could stand to organize my stamping room better too!

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  129. My paper crafting resolution is to sort my stamp sets and ink pads that I don’t use as often and let my 11 year old grand daughter have them to continue my card making legacy. She’s quite the crafter!

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  130. My goal is to clean up my work space every time I finish so that is ready for the next time I sit down. So many times my first 10 minutes is spent cleaning up!!

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  131. It has taken 4 days, but I finally have my craft room boxed up waiting for cabinets and a countertop. I have put this off for a few years, and I decided 2019 would be the year to update and get my cardmaking supplies organized!

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  132. My stamping goal for 2019 is to use more of the DSP that I have been hoarding and to use unopened stamps and supplies.

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  133. My resolution is to make craft fair items all year long instead of 2 weeks before the shows. Lol

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  134. Hi Mary. Thanks for this opportunity. My crafting resolution is a faceted gem. I am completely rearranging my craft “area” in my guest room and hopefully find a larger flat space. I always NEED more flat space; there is never enough. Next I make and gift many, many cards to those in Christian ministry. But I RARELY actually send a card in the mail myself. I am resolved to MAIL cards to my family and friends!!!!!! Next, I am an artist-sometimes-I have won several blue ribbons for compositions in the distant past, I hope to do more of the artwork on my cards this year by hand. At least it’s a start.

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  135. Do more creative things on a daily basis: make a tag or card, document life, etc. instead of waiting for weekends. Also, use more of my stash.

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  136. My resolution for organization is to head off to Container Store or a furniture store and buy those cube units to hold all my paper. One cube for each color group. That will really help with my paper organization in my small craft room. I can visualize it and so therefore will proceed this week and start my 2019 organization.

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  137. I plan to make more cards, and actually send them to family and friends in 2019. I am currently reorganizing my craft room, and hope to have it ready to go sometime this week.

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  138. I’m going to use up my old DSP. I’m going to make more one-sheet-wonder card sets and donate them to nursing homes, etc. I have so much beautiful paper, it needs to be put to use!

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    • I plan to organize my stamp room. I plan to send out more cards and be more diligent at sending cards to the shut-ins and the sick.

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  139. My resolution is to use several stamp sets I’ve purchase and not used yet. Also to use my stash of patterned paper that I’ve been saving because it’s too pretty to use. I hope I will be able to accomplish this goal quickly as I want to order a set in the SU occasions catalog.

    Also I need to get up to date on my scrapbook.

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  140. My 2019 crafting resolutions are to remodel my craft room and to make at least 20 cards or projects with the release of every Stampin’ UP catalog this year- Sale-A-Bration, annual catalog and the holiday catalog.

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  141. I plan to organize my craft room starting with getting rid of stuff that I doubt I will ever use.

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  142. My paper crafting resolution is to use every Stampin up set that I have already purchased and not opened, yet! I will be doing a lot of stamping! LOL

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  143. My goal this year is to start my Christmas cards much, much earlier in the year. The holidays seem to sneak up on me and I would prefer not feeling so pressured to ‘hurry and make cards.’

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  144. My 2019 Stamping Resolution is to make cards in advance and use up my DSP that I have been hoarding. LOL!

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  145. I want to make and Actually mail 12-15 cards per month. Got a good start today with mailing 4. I also want a new craft desk sometime this year – time to start saving!

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  146. I have a stamping room, but it is so full, that I end up hauling everything I need into the dinning room. This year I need to clean out the old and clear off an area for me to stamp. I have been giving away things to a grand daughter for scrapbooking, but need to rid myself off old things I don’t use. I love SU stamps sets and dies.

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  147. My resolution is to go through my stamp collection, purge the ones I no longer want, and create a stash of cards with the ones I still love but rarely use.

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  148. My crafty resolution is to bravely and honestly reduce my crafting supplies. I have way too much.

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  149. My resolution is to actually use the crafting stuff I have. I also plan to find somewhere to sell what I make so I am earning money off what I produce.

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  150. My goal for the year is to have my ladies from our church get together and have craft days once a month. Good time to fellowship and a time to make cards and to share.

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  151. Wow Mary…you picked a great question……unfortunately I need to desperately organize my stamp room. Getting started is my resolution. I always think I can start tomorrow, however, I must start today.
    I also want to send out more cards.
    I want to make cards ahead of schedule rather than at last minute.

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  152. My crafting goals for 2019 are to Organize my paper and dies and un pack my stamps from the suitcase they currently are stored in righ now.

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  153. To make Christmas cards every month starting in March so I’m ready for next December 🙂

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  154. Send more of my stash of cards to elderly in care facilities and purge/donate old products I don’t use.

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  155. I really hope to clean and organize my craft room. Now, if only I had an extra week (or two, or three) of vacation to do that……

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  156. I want to get organized. I’ve stamped for years and I’m tired of flying by the seat of my pants. Because I’m so disorganized I know this keeps me from stamping more. This years resolution: Enjoy stamping more!

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  157. I hope to start a reach my Stamp Camp group a new way while the weather is bad where we all live. Each one will have a Stamparatus and I may do a tip each week to try.

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  158. To create more “simple” cards so that I have a stash ready to go for birthdays, sympathy, thinking of you, thank you, celebrations, etc.

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  159. I would like to try to use all of my stamp sets this year. I tend to use my favorites and ignore the rest.

    You are an amazing stamper and I truly enjoy your creations and your well organized videos.

    Happy New Year, and thank you for a chance to win this wonderful bundle.

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  160. My resolution should be the same as Donna’s (and I’ll work on that), but I really need to purge! I have too much “stuff” and need to get rid of non SU things and organize the rest. My goal is “neatness” (except for my work table–that’s impossible while working on it).

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  161. I would like to learn more techniques that would add pizzazz to my cards. And of course, send more cards to everyone I love and even a few borderline people.

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  162. #1: assemble the multiple cards;) that I have already stamped & die cut
    & #2: organize my stamp room…I’m going to be very busy:-)

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  163. I am going to try and complete all the Paper Pumpkins that I left unfinished and reorganize my stamp sets and framelits.

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  164. My goal this year is to make at least one card each using every stamp I have. To organize my premade cards by occasion. To organize my ribbon off the spolls and washi tape by color and theme!

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  165. My crafting resolution is to clean up after myself so my space is ready to go when I want to craft!

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  166. My ambition is to downsize some of my stash by sharing it wirh friends who I have invited to join me in my passion for card making. This downsizing will help me reorganize and make room for newer products to support my hobby.

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  167. My goal is to make and send a birthday card to my parents and every sibling, in law, niece and nephew this year.

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  168. I have set a very lofty goal for myself. I want to make at least one card every day! I love crafting but so much can get in the way of doing it that I want to try to stick to this pledge for the whole year. Speaking of, I gotta go make a card!!

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  169. Oh my goodness….. I would love to create and send cards this year. I woul like to organize myself with a 2019 calendar to keep up with sending Birthday, Holidays, Hello, Just Because cards, etc…. and try to keep up with the most current SU products to motivate people with card making.

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  170. I have so many things I want to accomplish. A few: reorganize my paper and ink pads by color; pre-make more thank you, birthday and sympathy cards; and remodel the basement, adding a craft room.

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  171. I am planning to restructure my stamping place to be better organized and create more cards

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  172. I have to definitely organize my craft room and I am going to try and use up so many paper scraps. LOL!!

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  173. I am sending a card to all of my past customers…and yes, I am also organizing my craft space as well.

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  174. I will continue to try to send a couple of cards weekly to those who could use a perk up! However, my craft room is one hot mess after the holiday crafting season! Husband back to work tomorrow and I’m off till Monday so time to roll up the sleeves , give my furry dog a bone and get organizing !!

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  175. My goal is to make more than one card at a time! This should work more efficiently when utilizing the Stamparatus which I always use for stamping now.

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  176. During 2019 I would like to use more of my DSP stash and create more birthday and all occasion cards (anniversary, Valentine’s, sympathy, etc.). I would also like to mail out more birthday cards.

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  177. My first resolution is to completely reorganize my studio. Right now it looks like a bomb went off in it from year-end frantic crafting. Next is to start building up my card inventory and find new paper creations to sell at the farmers market this year. Third is to actively pursue putting together a group of monthly crafters. That is a BIG one for me because it really hasn’t been on my radar before as I’m more into creating and selling rather than holding classes. Finally, I want to cultivate relationships with some local real estate companies to provide them with thank you real estate cards for their business. I think that should keep me busy!

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  178. For 2019 I plan to send out more cards. I tend to create them in long spurts but then they just sit in my craft room in boxes. To beat the increase in postage rates, I already bought 100 stamps and plan on buying another 100-200 on payday.

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  179. My 2019 resolution for carding is to spend time creating for the sake of creating and not for a particular project for a particular person. That way I will have a stash of cards already made to pick from when something comes up unexpectedly or when I’m short on time.

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  180. I began 2019 with a clean and organized craft room for the first time in 2 years. I started Stamping up 2 years ago, however have yet to use the stamp sets I purchased on a regular basis do to a very unorganized and messy craft room, not this year!
    I am a part of a new card group at our church that will be meeting once a month to make cards for church members to send to them on special occasions. With a clean and organized craft room and a commitment to make cards for others I think 2019 will be an awesome year of card making!

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  181. My resolution for 2019 is to send Birthday cards to all of my friends this year… which means also making up a stack of cards right?! Happy New Year!!?

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  182. I hope to clean out old stamp sets I don’t think I’ll use anymore and to make my birthday cards well in advance! Happy 2019!

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  183. I have a few crafting resolutions. #1 and most important is to get my craft room and supplies organized!!! I have so much stuff but can’t find anything. #2 is to hold more workshops and grow my business both as a demo and selling craft items at the store I sell at. #3 is to send out alot more cards (reminder…postage stamps go up to .55 cents on Jan 26 so order lots of Forever stamps)

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  184. I did a card demonstration for craft day at our library. Three women were so involved they asked me to have class for them. I never considered that but they encouraged me and now we meet regularly. The SU products make it easy to end up with beautiful cards.

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  185. My 2019 paper resolution is to use up the “old” stuff and also send more cards. Thank you for sharing your great card ideas. I appreciate your time.

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  186. My 2019 goal is to learn the embossing process and master my new Cricut Explore Air 2! I LOVE this alpine set; wanted it for a long time!

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  187. Mary, thanks so much for your daily inspirations and encouragement!
    My resolution is to have more cards READY and also to try new techniques.

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  188. I’m hoping this year of 2019 to thoroughly clean and revamp my workspace with lots of new storage ideas, especially for all my designer paper which tends to be scattered everywhere. Heres to a New Year!!

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  189. Each month I want to make at least one new technique to share with my one and only class. Also, I am reorganizing and labeling my products so I can read and find them better.

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  190. My 2019 crafting resolution is to make more cards and send them out as well as get two graduation displays ready early. My two kids are both Seniors one in College and one in High School the graduate a week apart and during my High School daughter’s Lacrosse season.

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  191. I kept trying to talk myself out of purchasing this set because I still have a set from a few years back a bit similar. Well that set didn’t have the Dies and I was so drawn to it. We live in North Idaho and get plenty of snow. I decided to late and it was gone. My thoughts for the New Year has gone towards my craft area. We plan to creat a room just for my crafting and a recliner for my husband to read yet be close enough to give his input. We have the room but it needs some changes and intend to open up the the large closet adjoining for my papers to be out of the natural sunlight that the room is flooded in. Designated time for crafting most days of the week. My husband is a disabled Veteran and my biggest fan as is many of his friends. Looking forward to a crafting New Year filled with blessings too. May yours be blessed. ?

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  192. I’ve already started my reorganizing yesterday + making cards earlier then last minute, not a New Years resolution! I was bored, it was to cold to go anywhere, so why not ! ??‍♀️ Happy New Year Mary!?

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  193. My crafting resolution for 2019 includes labeling everything, especially stamps and dies that coordinate. Also, trying to get my embellishments under control. I need to put “like things” together so I can find them more easily.

    Thanks for all your beautiful cards and inspiration!

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  194. I’m resolving to use some of my collected beautiful dsp packs. Love to look at them! But I’ll love them better when cut and pasted into beautiful cards and projects 🙂

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  195. Hi Mary! Happy New Year to you, I am going to send more cards out this year. And hopefully be a cleaner stamper! Ha ha.

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  196. My 2019 goal is to move my craft room into my sons room who recently bought a house and as I move things to the room. I will be sorting,organizing,and tossing. Thank you

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  197. In 2019, it is my hope to actually send cards that I take the time to make. Send them to friends and family for no reason at all or for a birthday, graduation, etc. I love to paperctaft and want to be better at sharing my craft with others. Being a hobbyist, it’s often difficult for others to know and appreciate the hobby I love!

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  198. New beginnings here with first full year after husband’s death beginning. I want to clean out and organize my craft room and start making cards again. Find a few people to share my card making with at a very small class.

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  199. Finally get all those shades of green each in it’s own clear envie saving soooooo much time the remainder of 2019.. .. ..that is the plan:).

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  200. My 2019 resolution is to make more homemade cards for all occasions. Birthday, Anniversary, Thank You, Get Well, Sympathy and any other I missed.

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  201. I am going to start a blog on how to stamp and create in tiny spaces. I am beginning my third year living and cruising on a sailboat and would like to share ideas that have worked for me to keep me stamping and mailing cards no matter where we are.

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  202. Happy 2019! A new year, a new goal, I love it! I resolve to give a handmade card to someone every day. Giving is good. It could cheer someone up, teach kindness, and possibly create interest in paper crafting. The sky’s the limit. Thanks for a chance to win Blog candy Mary. I enjoy your awesome posts.

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  203. Happy New Year and thank you for the opportunity to win your blog candy. This summer, my husband and I will be retiring and moving 4 hours from where we currently live, so I will have to pack up my craft room and may not have access to my supplies for awhile. My resolution for 2019 is to make cards in advance of the move so that I don’t have to buy cards to acknowledge my family and friends’ special days. Once we are moved and settled in, I will be unpacking and organizing my new craft room as soon as possible!

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  204. Cleaning and organizing my craft room. I’m tired of never being able to find things. I started today and my resolution is to keep it clean and organized.

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  205. My stamping resolution is to finally redesign my stamp room. I’ve been wanting to do it for years, but I keep. putting other projects ahead of the crafting room.

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  206. Try to stamp everyday. When I think of the joy it bring me, both making and sending my cards, it seems only natural to make it a daily practice. One of my daily readings suggested sending someone a thank you note everyday when you see something you are thankful for….I plan to make and send a thank you everyday to express my gratitude.

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  207. My 2019 resolution for stamping is to make all cards for a month by the 1st of the month. This will help to eliminate last minute, frantic card-making. I also would like to make sets of 4 to 6 cards to give as small gifts, for example, for hostess gifts. Happy New Year!

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  208. I started a reorganization in 2018 and am currently having a custom crafting cabinet made. It should be ready in the next 3 weeks and along with some goodies from Stampin Storage I’ll be well on my way to super organization so I can more effectively create and share.

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  209. My 2019 stamping resolution is to completley clean and purge everything out of my craft room that isn’t craft related so I can organize my craft room so it is fully functional. My main goal is to be able to invite friends over to make cards with me, maybe even teach a few classes!

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  210. Mine is to have all known to me now greeting cards for the entire year completed by the end of March (even Christmas) so that I can play with all my paper pumpkins that I have stacked up.

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  211. I am reorganizing my stamping area…purging old and enjoying new. I also plan to make 5 Christmas cards a month so I am not scrambling next year. Of course, the fall I will use some new Christmas stamps! Teehee!
    Hoping to win your blog prize; missed it before it was sold out!!

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  212. My 2019 plan is to finish my Stamp room so Iit is more organized and easier to get my paper, stamps and supplies so creating is easier your ideas inspire me and help my creativity to happen!
    Thanks so much for your help!
    Happy & Healthy 2019!

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  213. Happy New Year to you!. I’m hoping to spend more time crafting this year. I spent a lot of time in 2018 getting organized so hopefully that will help.

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  214. I resolve to send make and send more “no special occasion or reason” cards to those who make me smile!

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  215. Now that I make more cards, my resolution is to send more cards! And to send the birthday cards on time, lol!

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  216. Yes, I’ve been working on my craft room trying to clean up after the card making frenzy of Christmas; so, I am organizing as I go and for 2019, I plan to concentrate one week at a time on making a large stash of sympathy, birthday, thank you, and thinking of you cards. I am determined to actually use all my new stamp sets and DSP instead of just looking at it all!

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  217. My stamping resolution is to reorganize my craft closet and TRY not to save every little piece of paper my hands & trimmer touches!!

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  218. My resolution is to continue to organize and consolidate. I tend to forget what I have so don’t use much of what I have. More organized equals more productive for me!

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  219. Happy New Year, Mary! My goal for 2019 is to indeed reorganize my craft room. I did that this past summer and am not liking the new layout. So I will be moving things around again. I’m also reorganizing my stamps so they take up less room and are easier to find. Finally, I want to catalog my dies so I know where to find them (the shaped ones — circles, squares and rectangles each have their own binders, but the others are too haphazard.)

    Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

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  220. I didn’t wait until the new year to start organizing. Will it ever be done. Not likely as long as I keep buying more items that will have to be organized, but I find I like organizing almost as much as stamping. notice I said……………..Almost. My biggest helping tool in making copy photo’s of all stamps I have and buy and putting them in alphabetical order for easy viewing when creating and wondering what stamp would work with others etc. I also put the price I paid for that Stamp Set., and told my daughter that was to be destroyed upon my demise for obvious reasons

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  221. Get craft supplies organized is the first thing I must do !!! I enjoy sewing so along with all the paper and ribbon I have I would like to add fabric to my cards. Cards made with my three loves, paper, ribbon and fabric, oh my fantastic. And I can’t forget Stampin’up stamps.

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  222. My 2019 crafting resolution is to actually send the cards I make! Thanks for the chance to win this awesome bundle!!!

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  223. Hi Mary! I truly need to organize my craft room, it looks like a cyclone went through it after the holidays, well really all the time! I need to work on trying to be a little neater with all my supplies when I’m using them, I forget to put things away! ?

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  224. I plan to keep birthday cards in a file by month and have them ready to be mailed for upcoming birthdays.

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  225. Having just freshly painted my craft /office room, I plan to part with some of my older stamp sets that are not being used. They are too special to just sit around when someone new to stamping could be enjoying them. Then I plan to organize what I have left including my embossing folders in my new Iris card keeper. Getting a jump start on 2019 birthdays New Years Day !!

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  226. To use ALL my stuff and to organize it so I know exactly what ALL that stuff is…??‍♀️?‍♀️ Love your inspiration and blog…thanks for the chance to win.

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  227. Hi Mary, Happy New Year! I, like so many others, need to clean my craft room and get cards completed. I dislike looking for things and that seems to be what I spend all my time doing, by then I am exhausted, lol. TFS

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  228. rreorganise my paper files. My lemonlime twist marker is among the missing ( I can’t find it) then maybe it will come home (I’ii find it)

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  229. I do not have a craft room, but have a lot of craft fun items! My goal is to find way to organize boxes and crates for when I travel to Oklahoma for two or three months at a time. I love my stampinup goodies but I really love my grandkids in Idaho. Im hoping to be able to have both!
    Thanks so much for all you have done for me!
    Val

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  230. My crafting resolution is to keep my craft room from becoming “that room” where items collect, to be dealt with “later.” I have followed your posts for many years. It’s always the first I check for new ideas!

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  231. My crafting goal for 2019, is to finish up the layouts for my twin pregnancy album. I started a while back but haven’t finished, the twins are turning 6 in March, so I need to get a move on it.

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  232. To finish the reorganization of my craft area that was started before I broke my leg! Then to build up an inventory of cards to send and not have that last minute stress of “ I need to send a Birthday card tomorrow “!

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  233. My 2019 resolution is to try to use each of my stamp sets at least once this year… that means I’m going to be making a lot of cards – yea!

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  234. Happy New Year! My crafting resolution this year is tothink outside the box and use the stamps I rarely use. I tend to reach for the same stamps over and over again. New year, new stamping!

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  235. I want t make no more excuses and get to crafting. I will get my space organized and get back to discovering why I started crafting in the first place.

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  236. I would like to make cards weekly instead of last minute when I need one! Maybe spend a day each week making a specific card – like Get Well or Happy Birthday or just blank cards to give as gifts.

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  237. My 2019 paper crafting resolution is to reorganize my craft room so that it’s easier to get to all of my products so that I can use everything. Currently I have products still in boxes. Start working tomorrow since kiddos will be back to school

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  238. Starting today I am getting my craft room organized again, for good! Getting rid of smaller storage pieces and making a combined storage and work area.

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  239. My goal for 2019 in my studio is to be more organized. I am purging supplies (paper, ink, ribbon, embellishments, fabric) that I no longer use and donating them to a local crafting group. I hope to offer one additional class every 4 – 6 weeks to share the love of what I do.

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  240. In 2019, I am resolving to use my craft supplies more! I buy so much (with intentions of making something lovely) and then forget what I had planned! I would like to make 2 projects with each stamp set that I have. #goals

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  241. Happy New Year, Mary!! I am going to try to stamp every weekday! And go back and use some of my old stamp sets! Thank you

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  242. My 2019 goal is to make more cards so I have them on hand when I need them and to do several Christmas cards each month so when December rolls around I just need to address and send them out.

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  243. My paper crafting resolution for 2019 is to get MORE organized in my Hobby Nook so I will be more inspired to make MORE cards. I actually have more paper crafting resolutions for this year but this is where I need to start!

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  244. Hi, I have already started my craft room organization! I have ordered items from Totally Tiffany, and a few organizers from Stamp n Storage!
    I have had a cabinet maker over to draw a design that works for my small space. I share this room with my quilting/sewing machines and stash:). I would be one Very Happy Person to win the Alpine Set. My DIL is from Maine and I would use the set for her and her family and more! I do Not collect cards, so All that I have made go in the mailbox almost weekly.

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  245. My 2019 crafting resolution is definitely to send more cards. I have so many wonderful friends I need to let them know how special they are to me.. what better way than to send a homemade card!
    Happy New Year!

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  246. I started card making to make Christmas cards. Which I love doing! I mail out approx 20 cards every year. this year my goal is to spend more time in my craft room creating more “just because” cards. I would also like to start practicing the art of letting go and clear out some of the stuff that is taking up space and not being used 🙂

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  247. I plan to create and send more cards in 2019, especially happy anniversary and birthday cards. So looking forward to creating Valentine cards with new dsp.

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  248. My resolution this year is to get my cards made and sent earlier! Waiting until the last minute can become stressful and takes the fun out of stamping.

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  249. Organization! I have already started trying to get organized in my craft room and am loving it! Thank you for the opportunity to win the awesome stamp set!

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  250. I have to do a very big sort out and giveaway of some of my stamping materials as I shall be moving back to the UK to live after almost twenty years of living here. My resolution is to keep the things I can’t do without and invest in a few items that I really need. Fortunately, Stampin’Up are in the UK. Mary you have been a wonderful demonstrator and I haven’t gone yet, so I’m looking forward to Selebration! 🙂

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  251. My 2019 is to reorganize my craft room to better use paper stash, and stamps, and to create a variety of cards to give to my Mom and Mom in law to share with those they love also.

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  252. I want to finish my reorganization project I started in 2018 so I can be more organized and be able to make more cards this year.

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  253. My crafting resolution is to clean up my craft room after each crafting attack! I’m going to try not to be my own worst enemy!

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  254. My crafting resolution is to clean up my craft room after each crafting attack! When I don’t, I’m demoralized by the mess I left and it is harder to start a new project. I’m going to try not to be my own worst enemy!

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  255. Use the ribbon I buy. LOL, I will achieve this by putting the ribbons on my desk that match the cardstock I’m using ( instead of just keeping them hidden in a container)
    I wish everyone luck with their crafting resolutions!

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  256. I’m starting this afternoon going through my stamp sets.They have totally gotten out of hand. They are organized but some have never been used. I keep buying more of course. I also need to use up all the reams of discontinued paper that I have.

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  257. My 2019 crafting resolution is first clean and organize my craft area. And then work on crafting at least one day per month. I never have cards when I need them!!

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  258. I plan on reorganizing my craft corner. I would like to be prepared ahead of time for Birthdays. I hate to have to run to The Hallmark Store and spend $4-6 for a card when I have so many Stampin’ Up products.

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  259. My 2019 Stamping resolution is to organize my craft room (received a lot of Stamp-n-Storage for Christmas) and make and send more cards.

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  260. I have made a commitment to mail off at least 2 cards a month instead of just making and collecting.

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  261. Having moved this past year and still getting my craft room organized… I’m looking forward to actually using it and sending out more cards!
    Thanks Mary for this blog candy opportunity and your continued crafting inspiration.

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  262. Thanks for this! My stamping resolution is to plan months ahead for my events. I have 2 daughters getting married summer 2019. Planning is my year’s mantra!

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  263. Although my space is fairly organized when hubby redid it for me last year, I resolve to organize my stamps (still not sure how I want to sort them) using my somewhat new stamp n storage drawers.

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  264. Send more, not just birthday and anniversary and etc. More just thinking of you to brighten someones day. Use more of my retired DSP to make room for the new.

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  265. I do want to send more cards! I love to create cards, but then I don’t want to let them go. I need to remember that the purpose of making them is communicating with another person! Duh!

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  266. My 2019 stamping resolution is to create more cards and send out more cards to my friends and family.

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  267. My resolution for 2019 is to organize my Stampin Up supplies in my craft room and regift items I no longer use

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  268. Create cards and send them for birthdays, holidays etc. Also to finish organizing my craft space and keep it organized.

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  269. I actually have several concerning crafting and they are to make at least 4-5 cards per week and send then out or donate them. Also, to use my label machine to get my blends organized.
    Happy New Year

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  270. My goal is to use the stamp sets that I “had to have” and yet have never opened, and when I buy new ones, to buy ones that are very “usable” and then use them!

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  271. My crafting resolution for the new year is to clean out my craft area so that I can recognize and most of all use it. This means I will need to sort and get rid of boxes of supplies.

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  272. I think I am amount many that would like to prepare cards in advance to have on hand. Seems I can never have enough masculine cards.

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  273. My stamping resolution is to definitely organize my craft space! My room is a disaster… although I do know where everything is. haha I want to get my elements in order – ink pads, dsp, dies, folders so I can see what I have and USE it. Thanks for your amazing inspiration, Mary!! And I really love that Alpine Bundle : )

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  274. Happy New Year, Mary!! I was thinking how much fun it would be to try to create cards with some of my much older wooden sets. I have some that date back to the 1999/2000 catalog. They get forgotten as we are presented with wonderful new sets with each annual and mini catalog.

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  275. Make time to create. And to do that I am first reorganizing my products and supplies so I can access more readily when I do stamp. I actually started off 2019 by taking time to make some Happy New Year’s cards…now jsut to get them to the post office 🙂

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  276. This set is like gold! I cant believe I missed out buying it before it sold out! My goal for the year is to take my cards up a notch and to get rid of supplies I no longer use. If course I will probably just buy more! Thank you for sharing this kit with some very lucky winner. Happy new year!

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  277. In 2019 I’m going to do a craft project once a week and going to send more cards by using the perpetual calendar I finished last year.

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  278. My goal for 2019 is to organize my craft studio this week and then keep it like that for the year. Until the clean up happens it is too difficult to create and feel creative.

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  279. I’m moving my supplies into a new space in the next month, so my plan for 2019 is to better organize what I use, and donate supplies that I no longer need. Happy new year to you! Thank you for your inspiration!

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  280. I think it would have to be to keep my space cleaned up after my creative adventures. Organized my space this past summer, like the flow of it, but notice that i get distracted when all my stuff is still out.

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  281. My 2019 Stamping Resolution is to deep clean, weed, and organize my craft room so I can keep ahead of my card making for family and friends. That way I will be able to just pluck out a card whenever I need one!

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  282. Happy New Year and thanks for the chance to win this amazing stamp set!
    My 2019 is to practice self care and being creative is at the top of that list! I will make a weekly appointment with me to craft cards and mail them. I will also make Christmas cards each month so they’ll be ready by December.

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  283. I finished a new design to my stamp room this past fall, but haven’t had much time to be in my room. My goal is get in my room on a more regular basis.

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  284. 2019 “craft goal” . . . schedule a “product based” class once a month, and Sale-A-Bration is a perfect time to give it a try, right?

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  285. I want to clean off my desk before I do any stamping. I have too much stuff out and I don’t need it all the time so the new year is a good time to clean it up.

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  286. I’m going to have my 2019 Christmas cards (75 of them!) done by Thanksgiving 2019, so that I enjoy them and don’t feel so rushed!

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  287. I just bought a old card catalog and I will organize all by ribbons, twine, embelishments and other small craft items by color

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  288. Definitely organize and use some things of the things I already have, although just having gotten my spring catalog that may be hard to do!

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  289. CRAFTING RESOLUTION FOR 2019 IS TO SHARE PAPER CRAFTING WITH AS MANY FRIENDS AND FAMILY AS POSSIBLE. WHETHER BY GIVING OR HAVING THEM JOIN ME IN THE ART OF PAPER CRAFTING.

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  290. 2018 was a year to purge and reorganize my craft room. After completing that project it allowed me to see what I had. I started a board on Pinterest showing products/supplies I already owned. My 2019 goal is to try new techniques and have continue having fun with a hobby I enjoy so much.

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  291. My goal is to increase the card kits I sell so I can purchase more new products! Guess I am addicted to the UPS man delivering a new box of goodies.

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  292. My 2019 Crafting Resolution is…….
    My crafting room is a dumping ground. Everything that my family does not know what to do gets dumped in there! I feel super UNcreative in the space. I do not want to make anything. When I do, I cannot find all my materials. I get super frustrated. I read your entry about how you store your materials. I was inspired to try it out. I have already started! I went to stamp n storage and purchased a few items. A place for ink, embossing folders and for thinlets. I am hopeful that I can make my crafting room a room that makes me want to create!

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  293. My 2019 resolution is to make and send more “thinking of you” cards to brighten the days of those who go to their mailboxes hoping to find something other than bills and junk mail.

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  294. Happy New Year Mary. I will have a new stamp room this year, my resolution for this year is to be more organized, with placement of my Stamping tools. Show what I have and not be hunting for what I need next. Wish me luck on getting this done. Ha

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  295. My goal for 2019 is to make more “thinking of you” cards to send to people that I know are struggling with work challenges, personal challenges or just need to know someone cares.
    I feel like people have forgotten about the value of a hand written note and happy mail.
    I hear all the time from friends and family who say they love receiving my cards.
    The world needs more love and sending more cards this year will be my small contribution in spreading a little love!

    Happy New Year to you and your family, Mary! Thank you for all you do for the Pals.
    I love all the inspiration, not to mention the genuine care and concern that each Pal has for everyone in the group.

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  296. I am planning on some organizing to have supplies more easily accessible. It would be nice to be able to walk into my craft room without stepping over things!

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  297. mine is to be better organized, down size what i haven’t used and get my dsp papers better organized and cut it up……

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  298. My 2019 stamping and paper resolution is to make and send more love and joy in the mail to family, friends and those I may not know personally but who need a bright spot in their day!

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  299. My papercrafting resolution for 2019 is to use up my paper stash and to use my dies more!! Thank you for all of your inspiration, PDFs, and this generous opportunity. Wishing you a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year!

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  300. ORGANIZE!!!!!!!!! That is my huge goal for the new year. It would be so wonderful to find what I need without a long search.

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  301. Think outside the box and step out of my comfort zone. In 2019, I hope to be more creative on my own—not simply find an example and change it up. This is a tall order for me but, it’s a plan. I started in 2018 by stepping out of my comfort zone and I like the results. Hopefully I can extend this creativity into 2019.

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  302. My crafting resolutions include keeping my craft space more organized, using the many sheets of DSP that I love but hate to cut into ? and making several Christmas cards each month so it’s not so stressful in November & December ?

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  303. My 2019 goal is to clean and organize my craft corner. Also to make more cards and to do more of my scrapbooking.

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  304. Mary, i so appreciate how organized your space is and hope to get to that point someday. until then, it is my resolution to eliminate my pile of new stamp sets, ideas, and better places to store small stuff. i have an “L” shaped desk and half if the desk top is occupied with this “I’ll get around to it ” pile!

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  305. Happy New Year Mary!?
    REALLY need to rearrange/organize my entire Stampin’ Up! everything!? It’s such a disaster, I actually come out to the kitchen table to finish!? I am no longer a demonstrator because of arthritis in my hands and tendonitis in both my thumbs, so organizing is essential to take your examples, Mary? and work my own!

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  306. My 2019 Stamping Resolution is to think of different ways to use my DSP and stamp sets. I want to think outside the box and utilize all my items to the fullest.

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  307. I want to organize my craft desk so I can see what I’m working on. Most of the time I only have a 6×6 inch space. All the clutter is zapping my creativity.

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  308. My 2019 crafting resolution is to get my scrap space organized and get a head start on cards and other projects for the craft fairs I go in.

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  309. I would like to start making cards earlier for each holiday that comes up. I really had to scramble to make MORE Christmas cards this year when I didn’t have enough and time was getting short!!!

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  310. My resolution for 2019 is to get my WordPress blog up and running. That was a goal for 2018, but the process has been very intimidating for me. I need to get this done!

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  311. I have loved Scrapbooking and card making for years. I retired on December 31, 2018 and that is my number one goal. My scrapbook room has become pretty deep in stuff. It all needs to be sorted and reorganized so that I know what I have and where it is. Thank you for all your wonderful ideas.

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  312. I would like to paper craft every other day, even if just for an hour. First I will stock my card collection, then start tackling my scrapbooks for each of my children. I am so far behind but still feel I can catch up.

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  313. Continue to send birthday cards to the 80+ ladies at church from our circle as well as birthday, anniversary, etc. to family and friends. Reorganize cardstock.

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  314. In 2019 I have plans to move all My card making supplies into a 12×24 cabin I bought just for my craft supplies. 30+ years of playing and collecting Stamps and dies and punches. I would love to win the Alpine set.

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  315. My 2019 goal is to organize my cards, my stamps, my papers, my work area. i just hope it doesn’t take all year!

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  316. My 2019 resolution is to make a spreadsheet with all the people’s birthdays so I don’t forget anyone.

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  317. My crafting resolutions for 2019 is to stop “hoarding “ supplies and start using them. I buy DSP and then don’t want to cut it because it’s so pretty! ?

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  318. My New Years resolution is to give home made cards for birthdays. 2018 I was pretty close to making sure they where home made but every once in a while I got lazy and had to buy a card. Here’s to 2019 and may all my cards be home made ?

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  319. My 2019 resolution is to make a spreadsheet of all the people and their birthdays and addresses so I can be on time sending out cards.

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  320. My 2019 Stamping Resolution is to get into my large stash of unused supplies more and use them to create new cards.

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  321. I am going to reorganie my craft room (that I share with the freezer, sewing machine, vacuum, pool things and anything my husband can sneak in there.) It is a paper disaster.

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  322. Mine is two-fold. I want to create and send more cards by using up what I’ve got stockpiled in my craft room. I’d like to use each and every stamp set I own to make one card each. Could literally take me all year. I have stamp set I’ve never used (shameful I know).♥

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  323. I want to finish my spreadsheet with a list of all stamp sets, dies, embossing folders, punches, and other machines I have so I don’t make any more duplicate purchases. When that’s finished, my goal is to use old/older sets that have not yet seen ink.

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  324. I am going to make a birthday card for every member of my local quilters guild, all 200 ( plus or minus) of them. Just completed the 24 for January using a one-sheet/wonder pattern and DSP from Tranquil Tides.

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  325. I am going to use some of the stamp set bundles that I purchased last year but haven’t opened yet.

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  326. We moved in November and my study/office is still a mess! My resolution is to organize and start creating!

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  327. My goal for 2019 is a year.long goal expressed in three simple words:
    “Be Still And…..” I can fill in the necessary word each and every day. This goal enables me to Be Still And make cards, Be Still And be grateful, Be Still And appreciate my many blessings. I appreciate you Mary because you give me hours of motivation as I watch your
    Card tutorials and numetous ideas. 2018 was a very difficult year for me but through the year I grew and found my health and happiness once again. Thank you for helping me find myself once again

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  328. Yes!In fact I’m in the middle of redoing it now. I can hardly wait to get down to business creating new projects.

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  329. My Paper Crafting Resolution for 2019 is to identify & keep the crafting supplies I love most. I will donate the remaining supplies.

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  330. I will do some reorganizing and purging. I’m a bit of a neat freak and clutter keeps my creative juices from flowing. Lol. Probably most important I will be better at making more time for me so I can be my creative best! It gives me great peace of mind to create beautiful things and relaxes me and therefore makes me happier. Wishing everyone a wonderful and productive new year!

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  331. My resolution is to use more washi tape and to send thinking of you cards to friends on a regular basis.

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  332. I will be organizing my craft space. I plan on some stamp-n-storage products to help in this process. I get frustrated looking for things when I am trying to craft.

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  333. Plan on making seasonal collages for 4 friends birthdays. Three out of my 4 friends I have to make something for them. Always fun and then i add their colors to the mix. Happy New Year

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  334. Reorganize. Create More. Scrapbook. In that order. In November, we started a DIY flooring project in our living room. So alot of that room got packed up and moved into my Craft Room. The floor is now 75% complete and I’m looking forward to regaining my craft room back so that I can create more cards and scrapbook pages this year.

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  335. My crafting resolution is to clean up after my crafting messes so that it will inviting to create again the next day.

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  336. To resolute is divine so I plan on continued reorganization (you never know when you’ll watch a YT vid with a tip that works for you!) and to craft more with my bestie in WI 🙂

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  337. Happy New Year. My number one goal is to organize my craft room. I haven’t touched it in three years, just stepping over piles of product. Time for a restart.

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  338. I just recently moved so I will be organizing my new craft room and purging at the same. Can’t wait to get started on it so I can start creating and stamping.

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  339. Hi Im fairly new to crafting. Im slowly building my card and 3D projects tools and supplies up. I’m hoping to be able to start my own little business with my cards etc. So my New Year resolution is to work hard at building this up to work.

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  340. I have resolved to complete the reorganization of my craft space and to complete all unfinished projects. .This will include extensive “weeding” of my stamp collection.

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  341. I really need to reorganize my craft room. I seem to spend more time looking for stuff than I need to!

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  342. My goal is to clean out and organize my craft supplies and work ahead making holiday cards! Love your blog!

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  343. My goals include making birthday cards monthly and sending them out ON TIME as well as purging old unused stamp sets to make room for the new! Happy New Year Mary!

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  344. My main goal is to make cards ahead of time, so I can enjoy the process instead of hurrying at the last minute to get one done! As always, thanks for the daily inspiration!

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  345. Oh my, I have more than one stamping resolution:(1) I resolve to use stamps sets I purchased but never used, and (2) I resolve to organize my stamp sets in a database so I know exactly what I have and can find sentiments when I need them regardless of what set they’re in.

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  346. My new years resolution is to actually send most of the cards I make instead of putting them in a box for later. Thank you for the generous giveaway for sharing your creativity with us.

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  347. I plan to learn some new techniques and introduce myself to some new stamping companies and products.

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  348. My goal is to pull out all the retired DSP that I have and make gift packaging/bags and gift cards to donate to a school fundraiser we have each spring. Beyond that, I am determined to make at least 10 Christmas cards a month for a stash to be ready for next year. (This year, I tried doing 5, and that still left me scrambling in December. I’ll use up all my retired Christmas stuff now and get to play with the new holiday products next fall without guilt!)

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  349. My resolution is to plan and create my monthly stamp camp projects a month ahead of time so my group can see what they are making, get excited about it and hopefully invite people to join them!

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  350. Like most, I want to complete my reorganization of the stamp cave. I also want to challenge myself to do at least 4 Christmas cards/month and not have that last minute rush.
    HAPPY NEW YEAR Mary & every one.

    Maybe this will be the year I win something!!!!!

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  351. I hope to make my Christmas cards over the summer in order not to feel overwhelmed in the fall. I also want to try some of my new Christmas stamps that always seem to come when life is at its busiest.

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  352. I’m planning on organizing my table that I work on. Sorting the piles!! Getting rid of those small scraps that I thought I would use that “sometime”! Organize my dies and punches better. Yes, it’s a work in progress!!!

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  353. My resolution is to take time to make and send more cards, using new techniques that I learn via videos and newsletters!

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  354. I love this set. Happy New Year to you and all the SU stampers. May we all get organized and play with our wonderful Stampin up stash in 2019.

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  355. I am going to do two things. The first thing is to organize my space for paper crafting and that means to clear out my “things I keep because I might make a card with it some day”!! The second thing is to mail a card/note to two people every month and will encourage my club members to do the same.

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  356. So many things I want to do; organize my clear mount stamps, use more DSP, and make up more thinking of you and with sympathy cards to have on hand

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  357. My goal is to stamp more and send out more cards. Love making them but not so good at sending. Here’s to a new year. Happy 2019, a year of change.

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  358. My 2019 goals are to make more TIME FOR MY CRAFT ROOM , ORGANIZED IT BETTER, AND YES BUY SOM STAMPS TO SEND CARDS , AND I THINK IM GOING TO FINELY GET RID OF MY OLD STAMP SETS , NOOOOOOOOO, I CANT , LOL
    WILL SEE ?????????
    Hugs Frenchie

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  359. Happy New Year, Mary! Thanks for the opportunity to win Blog Candy. My crafting resolution for 2019 is to purchase the stamparatus.

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  360. I’m moving my card studio to the sun room so I can have more friends over to make cards. I’m putting in a new work table and cabinets. And a table so 4 friends can come make cards at the same time.

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  361. My 2019 goal is to go through all of my Stampin Up stamp sets and make several cards with each set. Any set that I think that I don’t want, I will then offer it to my Stamp Club friends.

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  362. More organization, less interruptions, time to JUST BE. Unless, ha ha
    you come up with more great suggestions…Happy New Year.

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  363. My scrap room needs an overhaul. I need to reorganize to make it more inviting & inspirational. So I want to be in there more

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  364. Happy New Year! My crafting resolution for this coming year is to have 6 to 9 additional classes for my customers by the end of 2019. Than means that each month with the exception of March and August I will have classes in addition to my monthly workshops.

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  365. My crafting goal is to use up more of my stash! And send more cards! I wanted this set so bad but missed out.m

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  366. My 2019 crafting resolution is to be at peace with my card making “creative mess” occasionally filling my entire kitchen and dining room for weeks at a time! I love a clean and tidy house but card making and trying new techniques feeds my soul and makes me so happy! I don’t have a craft room only a closet filled with goodies so if I want this passion to flourish then I have to be ok with the chaos❣️

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  367. My resolution is to send more cards to the elderly, the lonely, the sick, anyone who needs some extra love.

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  368. My goal is to make my Christmas cards and tags before summer so I am not making them as I am sending them out.

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  369. Happy New Year! My 2019 paper crafting resolution is to use more dsp. I seem to “collect” SU!’s patterned paper. I don’t want to cut it and actually use it. But I am going to find ways to add small pieces of it to multiple cards to make it go further. Thank you!

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  370. My resolution is to make my Christmas cards and tags before summer so I am not making them as I am sending them.

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  371. It’s time for me to organize and bring my stamping hobby current. I find it difficult to part with retired stamping sets and retired DSP(even if I only have one sheet of a pack of DSP left). In 2019, I resolve to take a hard look at my stamping sets and actually retire all my retired sets that have been loved but that I no longer use. And I will start letting my granddaughters make crafts with my retired DSP so I have room for more of the beautiful new papers from Stampin’ Up.

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  372. I want to do some marathon card making January, February and March Including Christmas cards. Last minute Christmas card making the Friday before Christmas was not smart. Thanks for all of your inspiration throughout the year.

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  373. My resolution, make more cards! ??❤️
    I will also work on more organization for my craft room.

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  374. I have neglected my crafting space and will reorganize it thus year. I need to get motivated to craft more, hopefully this will help.

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  375. Participate in challenges like I used to. Figure out where to send all those cards I have in my stash.

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  376. My crafting resolution is to create a craft room in my new house! I’m designing it and planning furniture and lighting and can’t wait to get back to crafting again. It’s been a long wait to have an entire room to create in!

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  377. Hope to make more cards and send them to family and friends. Also hope to get a big shot and to buy more stamps and paper. Exciting for all the projects I can make. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  378. 1. My resolution is to make a minimum of 5 cards a month and actually send/give them
    2. Organize my room to be better productive (we are currently in the process of building a craft studio for me)
    3. Step outside of my comfort zone and try new techniques

    Thank you for all the ideas you give! I love visiting your site!

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  379. In 2018, I got behind on my card making and was so last minute. For 2019, I want to use my time more efficiently and have all my cards done ahead of time. It is really important since I make and send/swap 250-300 cards a year. I also need to find a better storage solution for my Blends.

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  380. My crafty resolution is to create more in 2019. I always let my “to do” list get in the way. I am going to try and not let that happen in 2019!!! I’m going to schedule crafting time!!! ??

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  381. Finding a better way to make the best flow in my craft room so it will be easier to make cards. Also time to toss out the old to make room for the new.

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  382. My goal for 2019 is to organize my paper by theme. Like, flowers, stripes, dots and so on. So I can find what I need without having to look through all of my papers.

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  383. My goal in 2019 is to make and send more cards. I always seem to make them too complicated, and then it’s intimidating – so I end up just not doing it. I think I will start with sending 1 card a month (at least) to my bestie for the entire year – maybe then, I can just grab a stamp set and create a simple card without panicking over which stamp set/ink/card base to use.

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  384. I will move my craft area to a different part of the house. As I am now an empty nester, I am rearranging parts of the house dominated by the kids when they were here.

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  385. MARY MY GOALTHIS YEAR IS TO MAKE MORE CARDS OF COURSE, ISNT IT EVERYONES? BUT I REALLY WANT TO GET INTO MORE SPECIAL FOLDS AND PAPERCRAFTING WITH TEMPLATES HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL STAMPIN SISTERS!

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  386. My resolution is to share my love for papercrafting with more friends. I want to hold more classes to show others how enjoyable and exciting this can be

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  387. My goal this New Year is to register & participate in Tiffany Spalding’s Organizational web casts and purge at least 1/4 of my stamp collection.

    15 years of collecting, and loving every minute of it!

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  388. Send more cards in the mail. Keep the craft room clean enough to go make a quick card if necessary. It has become a disaster thru the holidays

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  389. My goal(s) for 2019 are to get better organized in my craft corner and to be more adventurous in my stamping/card making.
    Happy New Year!

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  390. My plan for 2019 is to organize my stamp sets…. put seasonal ones together, sentiment ones together, etc. I recently organized my paper & it feels so good!

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  391. I would love to get enough motivation to reorganize my craft space and of course there never is enough time to craft! Would love to find more time to create ?

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  392. Spending more time doing what I love – paper crafting – and sharing what I make with others ❤️ Happy New Year Mary ?

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  393. My crafting 2019 is to get organized. My supplies are out of control. 2019 is my year to organize and create!

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  394. Put my supplies away right away after making a project so I don’t walk away with a messy counter. Then the next time I can start with a clean counter and can find what I need and not have to dig through everything that was left from the last project.

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  395. I would love to win this stamp bundle! My goal this year is to learn to use my new Big Shot I received for Christmas. I’m thrilled to have it and can’t wait to see how my stamping and creating will improve. Thank you for sharing..

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  396. My goal is to make cards ahead of the time I need them; to have a stash made or started that can be modified or finished when needed.

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