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Happy New Years Eve Blog Candy Giveaway!


To one lucky participant, I’m giving away the CHEERS TO THAT BUNDLE from pg 58 of the 2019 Holiday Catalog. The Cheers to That Bundle is part of My Favorite Things from the 2019 Holiday Catalog!  You can see all My Favorite Things on my blog page here

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HOW TO PLAY:   For your chance to win my Cheers to That Blog Candy Giveaway, please leave a comment HERE or at the end of this post sharing: Send more cards, purge unused products, random acts of kindness? What is your 2020 New Years Resolution in regard to Paper Crafting? 

The deadline for blog candy comments is Thursday, January 2, 2020, at 10 AM Mountain Time. I’ll choose a random comment and announce the winner Saturday, January 4, 2020 on my Stampin’ Pretty Blog.

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

Cheers to That Bundle From Stampin' Up! 153048 $30.50

The Cheers to That Bundle includes the Cheers to That Cling Stamp Set and the Cheers Dies. Bundle available in English only.

Cheers to That Cling Stamp Set
Raise a glass to celebrations with the Cheers to That Stamp Set. It’s great for Christmas, New Year’s, weddings, and other happy occasions.
Quantity: 8 cling stamps
Suggested clear blocks (sold separately): a, b, g, h

Cheers Dies
Create a custom die cut of the word “cheers!” and more in record time using the Cheers Dies.
* 3 dies
* Largest die: 3-7/8″ x 1-1/2″ (9.8 x 3.8 cm)
* Use with a die-cutting and embossing machine


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414 thoughts on “Happy New Years Eve Blog Candy Giveaway!”

  1. Happy New Year! My resolution, in regards to crafting, is to STAY organized. Clean up as I go; put things back where they belong; and keep my worktop clear so that I can stamp whenever I want to (without fighting yesterday’s project).

  2. I am a woman on a mission to use up items in my stash and items like stamps that haven’t seen love in a long time too. Thank you, Mary, for another give away and Happy New Year!

  3. My paper crafting resolution is to return my supplies back to their proper place after I finish my craft project. Wishful thinking!

  4. Happy New Year, Mary. My resolution is to finish organizing my stamp sets and continue sending cards to those on our prayer list. It’s a joy to share!

  5. My 2020 paper crafting goal is to become more organized so that I will be more likely to use the supplies that I have and to keep new supplies organized with the system that I begin using.

  6. I plan on making and sending more cards.
    I very much enjoy your newsletter. The tutorials save me so much time when I am trying to CASE.
    Thank you for sharing

  7. I would like to make cards for all Occasions this year not just Christmas or Thanksgiving. I’m hoping to get some birthday, wedding and Graduation done. Thank you for your inspiration and ideas. Happy New Year.

  8. I plan to make more gift packages: folders with 4 cards and envelopes and gift card and tags boxes. Passing the love of stamping through gifting and random acts of kindness!

    Happy New Year of Stamping!

  9. I have been making cards for veterans and handing them out to people I see with Veteran hats and vehicle tags. I love seeing the look in their eyes when I thank them for their service an hand them a card! I’ll be doubling the amount of cards I made and handed out this year. I will be taking them with me on our vacation so I can give them to veterans in a different area than my local area. Happy New year and thanks to all of our veterans!!

  10. I have been making cards for veterans this past year and randomly handing them out when I see someone is wearing a veteran hat, or their car has veteran tags. This year I am going to double the amount from last year. I love seeing the look in their eyes when I hand them the card and thank them.

  11. Happy New Year, Mary! I have two goals related to paper-crafting resolutions for 2020; send more cards and use up some of the DSP I have been “saving”! Best wishes!

  12. New Years Resolution – I like to leave little treat boxes for waitress, housekeeping staff in hotels, fast food drive through folks – I will make it a point to make more treat boxes and pass them along. Happy 2020.

  13. Purge unused products so I have more focus to make more cards and do more random acts of kindness! Happy New Year!

  14. I would like to be more consistent in my card making. To make a card a month ahead and not at the last minute! Would love to win this set for my stash!!

  15. I’d want to organize my supplies snd come up with a way to reduce my stash by creating (and finishing) at least one project a month.

  16. I hate to see great sets retiring. Hopefully I’ll win this one, and will be a much used set.

  17. My 2020 New Years resolution is to send more homemade cards to let people know they are loved and thought of daily. I also plan to continue to work on the scrapbooks I have started for my two children.

  18. My resolution is to send more personalized cards to friends and family this year!

  19. My paper crafting resolution is to make a list and create a birthday box of the years needed birthday cards by month. So as my paper pumpkin kits arrive or I find a great sample you provide, I can make ithe card and file it under the appropriate month

  20. I would like to get my craft stash more organized and practice paper crafting for the sake of practice. There is so much to learn!

  21. My paper crafting resolution for 2020 is….to make and send (on time) cards for immediate family and close friends. Make extras to hand on-hand but also make that special card specific for that special person. I do really well January and February, like most resolutions, but begin to fizzle out…NOT this year!

  22. I need to make cards,tags,and boxes with the supplies I have instead of buying more.

  23. Send the cards I make! Tried to order these today and the cheers dies are sold out. I’m sad.

  24. I want to keep my craft room neater so I can invite my friend over more often to craft with me. We have such a great time crafting and talking. I want to make and send more cards because it makes me happy to create and seems to make the recipients happy also. I also want to make more scrapbook pages.

  25. I plan to send more cards, I need to stop hoarding my DSP. Thanks for the giveaway!

  26. Organization! If I can keep everything tidy I can get so much more done. I love your craft space with a place for everything. Does it ever get messy?

  27. I need to use stamp sets that have not yet seen any ink!! I also need to use up my DSP paper!!

  28. Thanks for the opportunity to play along. I make oodles of cards; but, don’t send them. I want to be more organized, plan ahead, and stop hoarding them.

  29. Organizing my craft room in my new house which will have tons of storage and a larger area for friends to join in. I also plan to spend more time making and sending more cards instead of trying to “pin” every idea I see!

  30. My resolution regarding Paper crafting is to continue to use the abundance of pretty papers that I have and send more cards this year. I started to use, not hoard this year, the beautiful DSP that always seemed too beautiful and I want to continue using it for some easy cards!

  31. I have resolved to purge all my unused craft supplies and products and donate anything that they can use to a local Alzheimers Day Care Facility. Thanks so much for all the inspiration you post and share!

  32. My resolution regarding papercrafting for the coming year is get it all organized! We moved this year (twice!) and I still don’t know where everything is.

  33. I plan to make 5 Christmas cards each month so I don’t have to rush in November.
    Plan on giving more appreciate cards each month.

  34. Hello Mary! Your blog has always been one of my greatest inspirations! As for my paper crafting goal, that would be to get more cards out in time!! Birthday mostly!! Thank you and I hope you have a very Happy New Year!!!

  35. Love love your blog! My 2020 Paper crafting goal is to actually organize all my paper craft products, label and keep organized by putting back when done.

  36. My crafting resolution is to stamp more and make more cards before I need them instead of last minute! Happy New Year!

  37. I’m going to send out 5 extra special cards each month to a friend, family member, or coworker. This card would be to make 5 people smile. Getting a handmade card in the mail or on your desk with a nice gesture written inside is bound to bring happy smiles ??

  38. Getting cards made up ahead of time instead of the last minute!
    Happy New Year Mary!!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

  39. I want a card stash, do that I don’t feel stressed and rushed when a card is needed. Cheers would be a perfect place to start!

  40. Send more cards for sure! I have been on the receiving end this past year in having lost my father plus personally fighting cancer. Learned firsthand the power of cards and the loving care and concern behind each and every one!!

  41. I’m already working on sorting out all my beloved DSP that has long since retired. Going to donate some to local schools and use the rest to make gift bags for goodies for assIsted living facility I’ve chosen to share treats for all the holidays.

  42. I plan on making more cards. My son gave me a very comfortable chair so I can work in comfort. I welcome 2020

  43. Be/get more organized by getting a notebook with the stamped images in categories- Birthday, sympathy, Christmas,……

  44. I plan to organize supplies, seek new venues for demonstrating and simply enjoying card making and scrapbooking.

  45. Happy New Year!!! My crafting resolution is to get my Christmas cards done before my birthday , which is Halloween! Finishing in December this year really kicked my hind end! Thanks for the chance to win this awesome prize!

  46. I am going to start going through stamp sets and other craft supplies to decide what I no longer need.

    Happy New Year!!

  47. To start my Christmas cards earlier and get them in to mail by the day after Thanksgiving.

    Wishing everyone a wonderful and happy New Year.

    I would love to win the awesome bundle of SU products.

  48. Each year …. same resolution … get my craft room organized. Doesn’t seem to happen. I get involved in one project after another and my good intentions go out the window. It’s more fun to craft than clean and organize!

  49. Happy New Year. Hope your new year is filled with health and happiness, and also lots of crafting.

  50. I have several paper crafting resolutions, but the most important one is to finish what I start! That means cleaning up after every project, too. We’ll see how that goes…

  51. Use up my stash of designer series paper! I love it all and tend to hoard it so I don’t run out. Like that is even possible. Happy New Year to all.

  52. We are transferring to a new church and they have a ministry for shut-ins to send thinking of you cards with scripture verses and encouraging messages. I’ve been looking to find a good use for my extras, overruns, & NQPs so I’ll be putting them to good use in 2020!

  53. To organize and purge so I can buy new play things !

    And to make some Christmas cards every month ??

  54. I love to see your picks at weeks end and appreciate your free PDFs! Happy 2020!

  55. My New Year Resolution is to send out more cards in 2020, especially birthday cards.

  56. My New Year’s resolution will definitely be to send More cards. It’s a small gesture that means so much more. Happy New Year to you and yours!

  57. Going back to work but would rather be cardmaking!! Thanks for your great ideas

  58. My resolution is to clean up as I work so that it’s easier to keep making cards rather than having lots of supplies and paper scraps clutter up my table.

  59. Mary, Happy New Year to you and yours! My goal is to create and send more cards and to finally tackle a badly needed reorganization of my little craft room which I hope will let the creativity flow in 2020!

  60. In 2020 I would like to send out more encouragement to people through card messages.

  61. Hi, Mary! My 2020 new year’s resolution is to practice random acts of kindness, and I will try to incorporate making more cards in that endeavor. Thanks!

  62. My resolution is to encourage the group of ladies who stamp with me to take the card I’ve created and find ways to make it their own. It might be embellishments, placement of the sentiment or some other creative idea that promotes personal creativity.

  63. I’d like to be better organized and be able to have time to scrapbook and make cards. Have a happy & healthy 2020!

  64. I would like to quit talking to myself while I’m scrapbooking and making cards…but who better to get great advice from. ???Happy 2020!!!???

  65. New Years I resolve to stop accumulating (a.k.a. hoarding all the pretty DSP, hehe) and send more cards to share the loveliness. Yeah

  66. New Years I resolve to stop accumulating (a.k.a. hoarding all the pretty DSP, hehe) and send more cards to share the loveliness.

  67. I definitely want to send more cards! I send a lot now but there’s always opportunity to send more. I have a friend who lost her husband and I send her cards, but want to send them more often. There are other opportunities as well.
    Thanks for your inspiration. Love your cards!

  68. I want to try to make more cards. Especially next Christmas! Got so bogged down had to use what I had, not new cards.

  69. To sell my unused SU stamp sets. To reorganized my stamp sets so I know what I have

  70. My goal is to try new techniques in paper crafting. Can’t wait to see your new inspirational ideas.

  71. I love your site with all the inspiration to get me started. Happy New Year to you and your family!

  72. My goal for 2020 is to complete my organization of my craft room and stop hoarding my DSP! Happy New Year and thanks for sharing all the great projects and cards!

  73. I need to have a clean and organized desk and craft room. This means I need to see what I have and only keep what I will actually use.

  74. Happy 2020! Wow that does not seem real ! My resolution is to finish cleaning out my craft room. Every time I try…I usually can’t find anything! Ha. Ha

  75. I will finish the inside of every card I make right away instead of setting it aside for later.

  76. To get to my card room at least twice a week to use my stampin” up products to the max!

  77. Hi, my goal is to purge non-Stampin Up products. Especially paper and inks and punches. None of it works as well, looks as good or produces the same quality so I never use it. It’s out of here!

  78. Of course it’s to stamp more, sending a card can really change someone’s day, when the day is cloudy a hand stamped card is sunshine in the mail! And there can never be to much kindness so sharing that daily is an absolute must on my list for 2020!

  79. This Cheers stamp set makes me smile when I see it. Would be fun to make new years cards! I plan to be more organized.

  80. It would be nice to add a New Year Stamp to my collection since I don’t have one.
    Happy New Year!

  81. I would love the Cheers to That bundle, and you are very generous to offer this opportunity, Mary. My goals for 2020 are to make and send more cards to friends & family for all special occasions, as well as to use what I already have on hand.
    Happy New Year to you.

  82. I really want to do a card a day, but realistically will aim for make a card a week to mail to friends.

  83. My resolution would be less iPhone and more family time, like face to face conversation!

  84. Sorry, I forgot to mention my challenge. It took me 2 days to clear away the rubble on my work table from making Christmas cards. I need to clear away a few things as I go from making one card to making a different card.

  85. I am a Paper Hoarder! My goal for 2020 is to bless others with beautiful cards and stop hoarding paper. Beautiful paper was meant to be shared.

  86. I want to create more cards for my own use so that I have a stash available when I need one to send. I also need to organize my supplies better so that all like items are stored together and are easy to find.

  87. Stampin New Years Resolution… Organization by rehoming retired products… One stampers trash is another crafters treasure.

  88. My New Years resolution is to clean off my work space so I have more room than an 8 1/2″ by 11″ space to work in. I’m always amazed at how fast it gets cluttered up. Maybe the resolution should be to clean as I go like I do in the kitchen!
    I’ve loved the year of card ideas. The stamp set is wonderful for all the procrastinators like me who end up needing New Years sayings.

  89. I will make more Cards for Soldiers. We send them cards to use themselves to send greetings home from their area of deployment.

  90. I would like to get more organized and be able to part with stamp sets I no longer use.
    This will be hard because you just never know when you might want the one you just got rid off. I wish I could just clean out the old when the new comes. I guess you could call me a Stampin Up aholiic hoarder.

  91. Yep , send more cards to people , I’m so bad about it ?
    Hugs and a happy New Years to you all ???

  92. I plan to make cards to have on hand for “thinking of you”, “feel better”, and encouragement and then SEND THEM!!

  93. I will be doing more acts of kindness and sending cards just because! Happy New Year.

  94. Need to make cards/projects using some of the stamp sets that I have not used yet!! Also need to give away some of the cards that I am accumulating! Happy New Year!

  95. My resolution for 2020 is to continue what I love – creating cards for family & friends while trying to perfect some techniques that are difficult for me.

  96. Before I start any projects, I need to clean up mycraft space and do some organizing! Thanks for the goodies!

  97. My Paper Crafting New Year’s Resolution is to purge unused stamps, paper and embellishments AND to send out more cards. A lofty resolutions indeed says the hoarder of all things super cool.

  98. I have two – send out more cards (I certainly have a nice collection already made, I just need to send them), and get rid of retired stamp sets, accessories, etc. I have way too much stuff and have run out of room to store any more.

  99. My resolution for my paper crafting is try and use all the sets I have purchased at least once.And of course make more projects.

  100. Mary, I want to complete all my unfinished projects! I need to be more organized about making the cards I want to send, instead of waiting until the last minute and always working under pressure! !

  101. My resolution is to make at least 2 of every card I design……then I will send more out!

  102. My #1 resolution is to use my stamp sets and bundles as they come in. I tend to I put them away then forget about them as I go back to my regular favorites when making cards.

  103. My goal is more organization in the way of building a new craft room. I love Stampin’ Up and could spend all day in my little space away from the world.

  104. Happy New Year!! After just moving to AZ I would like to make sure I make cards everyday! Might first get my card room in order! Thank you?

  105. I would love to win this stamp set. It would work really for birthdays, weddings and my grandsons sports events. I could put this stamp set to a very good use. Thanks in advance for all you do. I enjoy your post.

  106. I plan to get busy & use what I have… (hoarded-LOL) to get my card supply built up. Plus make some room for the new goodies that will join me soon from Sale-A-Bration!

  107. I am in the process of re-organnizing my craft room. I will purge and organize so that it will be easier for me to enjoy my stamping goodies!

  108. I resolve to send many more “thinking of you” cards in 2020. Those sentiments are often in my mind, but rarely did I followed through last year.

  109. I am wanting to send more cards!! And this ‘Cheers to You’ set would help me do it!!

  110. I am going to send more cards in 2020! I already started today, putting 11 cards in the mail box to go out. I also have to start organizing my supplies much better. I know I need to part with many things in my room. They are “past their prime”. I need to start using my DSP! I love it, and never want to part with it, so I hoard it. Going to USE IT in 2020!

  111. I am only now seeing this Cheers Bundle in the Christmas catty. I love that die, so thank for the opportunity to win, Mary. I don’t really make resolutions, but if I did it would be two things. To get lots of Christmas cards done ahead of time, so they get mailed out early and organization of my craft area!

  112. My paper crafting resolution is to catalog my stamp sets so I can easily find just the right sentiment for my personalized cards. Each time I read your blog, I’m inspired to go to my craft loft to create. Thank you!

  113. Your blog is wonderful and so helpful. Thanks for all you share on it. My big project for 2020 is to go through all the paper I have collected thoughout the years and donate what I probably will not be using and then use what I have. This will free up space so I can better organize all my card making “stuff”…

  114. I love this bundle! Thank you for being so generous. My goal for 2020 is to practice more with water color pencils making seascapes. I don’t think I am very good so I just need to practice and not be so hard on myself.

    Happy New Year!

  115. My goal is to catch up on my Paper Pumpkin kits and refills! The renovations to my craft room will be completed this winter, so it would be nice to have less stuff to move back in!

  116. May 2020 bring much happiness & love to all & CHEERS to much more Stampin’Up ideas?

  117. I plan on going through all my stamp sets and dies to sell or give away ones I haven’t used in a long time. then I’ll get new ones.

  118. Having medical issues this year as well as living in limited space I resolve to get back into rubber stamping and use the supplies bought over the past year. Can’t wait.

  119. My resolution is to carve out some time each week to spend time in my craft room working on being creative with all of my Stampin’ Up supplies.

  120. My resolution is to learn to get out only the supplies I need to complete one project at a time!

  121. Buy more! Make more! Invite friends over to “play” more! Then send the cards out to brighten other’s days!

  122. My 2020 paper crafting goals are creating more all occasion cards and to buy, when available through Stampin Up, a die cutting machine.

  123. Hi Mary, I am Debbie and I live in Louisiana. I am so glad I joined your Blog! Your information is always up to date and J love the tutorials you give us access to. I have found many beautiful projects that otherwise I would not have seen if not for you. Thank You again!

  124. I resolve to make and send a card every week. I want these to be random acts of kindness cards, not celebrations. These surprise cards should cheer up the recipient and let them know they are being thought of.

  125. To make holiday cards ahead of time and not a few days before the actual date! Love your blog!

  126. New Years Resolutions for me always involve organization 🙂 I’d love to get my paper and embellishments more organized so I know what I have and where to find it!! Happy New Year!!

  127. My 2020 paper crafting goal is the continue to immerse myself in crafting to deal with the stress in my life. As an end result of the therapeutic benefit, I plan to send more cards for celebratory reasons or random acts of kindness!

  128. I would like to continue using up my retired DSP, reorganize my craft room so I don’t spend half my time looking for something, and donate or sell stamp sets I don’t use anymore.

  129. Need to reorganize my craft room. Happy New Year and thanks for all of your ideas.

  130. I will be sending more cards since I joined a 3rd card sharing group and the birthday groups within these.

  131. My resolution is to use more of my supplies that I have not used yet. I plan on using them for RAK cards. Sending a little sunshine into people’s mailboxes.

  132. My New Years resolution is to create a crafting space that works for me and also to be more thoughtful of others and send them a card.

  133. My New Year’s resolution for crafting this year is to make some of the larger projects that I have in my closet and to make some cute candy boxes for holidays for the grandchildren.

  134. I used to be a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator and due to unforeseen circumstances I had to drop out. My goal is to get back in sometime in 2020.

  135. Organizing is an ongoing project so that is not my goal this year. I realized I didn’t allow enough time to create last year. I must “put my foot down” and require more time to create this year. I missed it, I need it.

  136. I absolutely love this stamp set although I do not have it. For 2020 I plan to send more cards which would also include random acts of kindness to make someone’s day a little brighter. Happy New Year!!

  137. I am working on a couple things for the New Year!!!
    I will be sending out more cards to friends & family. To also send more Operation Hugs cards out as well. Thanking our military on their birthdays.

  138. This is a lovely bundle, and cheers can be used for any occasion! My 2020 paper goals will be; lots of personal crafting time, growth in my card designs and greater organization (which I’ve started already, yay!)

  139. I’m hoping to get all my DSP organized & to use a lot more of it. Some are so pretty it’s hard to cut it up!

  140. Get organized again to start 2020! Don’t know where the time goes & just not enough hours in my day. Always love your cards.

  141. A group at church works on cards all year long. We send to
    sick, grieving ,special birthdays, new babies. HUNDREDS of
    handmade cards!

  142. This would be so cute for many occasions, engagement, weddings, report cards, graduation, etc.

  143. I hope to read more, craft more, clean up the craft room, get outside more and be more thankful. Thank YOU for the chance to win this set. Happy New Year!

  144. I love looking at the cards you make. They have been very helpful.
    Keep up the good work.

  145. Happy New Year Mary, love your style?. I am going to try to be more organized somehow. I spend more time trying to find missing things☹️ Thanks for the chance?

  146. In 2020 I plan to reorganize my stamping supplies, purging some items and making it more user friendly toward making more cards for friends.

  147. Oh where do I begin? I really need to make more time to create with all of my supplies and to be ahead of the game when it comes to making holiday cards too

  148. I have two. 1. Send more cards. 2. Create a stash for the school hospitality committee.

  149. for the new year 2020 – making sure i open and use my paper pumpkin each month … i love these kits !!!

  150. To return all of the card making supplies to their correct spot after making each card design. I tend to start too many cards and my work space can get overwhelming at times!

  151. My New Years resolution is to get organized and do more cards and scrapbooking. Donate cards to other places.

  152. My New Years Resolution is to create and send more cards to friends and family.

  153. I would like to use more of what I already have!! I am also going to try to use more of my DSP rather then just stash it away. Have a Happy New Year & look forward more inspiration in 2020!

  154. I hope to organize my embossing folders & embellishments to make them more accessible when I’m making cards!
    Happy New Year !??

  155. Most definitely I resolve to use more of my DSP, make cards AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, mail them!!! LOL!

  156. My crafting goal for 2020 is to be in my studio more, to purge unused products, and to make 10 cards of any kind per month.

  157. I resolve to make my cards in a timely manner so they don’t arrive after the date they should!

  158. I would say that the most important thing that I need to do regarding paper crafting is to make better use of the DSP that I already have.

  159. My answer is easy. I MUST be more organized! I have stuff that I don’t know I have. LOL

  160. Definitely send more cards. For the last year or so, I have been sending the unloved items from my stash to a nursing home. They are overjoyed to get crafting supplies and the items get the love they deserve.

  161. Get organized with the new storage system and send thinking about you cards once a month

  162. 2020! Many crafting plans for the new year!! *Make time each week for crafting. *Go thru all the tutorials, ideas & helpful hints I’ve been saving on different paper crafts. *Make things! *Have FUN crafting!!! I’m so looking forward to a fresh start in 2020!!!! Happy New Year!!! ?

  163. I am planning to spend an hour every day working on cards and projects for craft fairs and to share with others.

  164. Start earlier on card projects…..instead of waiting to the last minute!!!
    Happy New Year to all and enjoy another fun year of paper crafting in 2020!!

  165. My paper crafting resolution is to get caught up on scrapbooking projects and start making Christmas cards earlier in the year so I’m not rushed.

  166. Hello, my 2020 paper crafting resolution is to get all my Birthday cards complete for the year, addressed and stamped by Feb 1st. Then start up my monthly card group again. Hope everyone has a safe and Happy New Years!

  167. Mary I am going to send more cards and really use my DSP on them not keep it to look at LOL
    thanks for the chance to win

  168. I have become a professional collector of papercrafting products so in 2020, I am going to use those supplies that were “too pretty to use” and spread random acts of kindness with the resulting projects. I hope this will help me to organize my craftroom and then become more efficient in my crafting time. Whew! 🙂

  169. I am in the process of purging many of my old wood mounted stamp sets, and get more organized with my stamping projects that I want to do. I have a large extended family and try to remember to send out birthday, anniversary, baby cards to them on their special day.
    Wishing you and your family a very joyous and healthy New Year.

  170. I would like to participate in many of the card challenges, I find it opens up my creativity for not just that card but many others.

  171. Love all the amazing inspiration I get from this blog, Mary. Looking forward to doing more crafting on a daily basis in 2020. Keep the ideas coming.

  172. I’ve been thinking of starting a new tradition with cards – sending Happy New Year instead of Merry Christmas! I love the idea of sending cards when people least expect it!

  173. Hi – my “resolution” is to make more cards and send them more “timely”!!

  174. Share the joy! My New Years resolution for 2020 is to open up the world of stamping to a larger group of friends who have never tried making a card of their own. I have often invited friends and coworkers to join me in my stamp room to learn how fun and easy it is to make a card. The reaction of a new stamper is almost always the same….surprised that it can actually be done, extreme satisfaction with the outcome, and the beginning of a whole new “addiction”.

  175. I plan to do a huge purge of unused crafting supplies by sharing with some ladies in my senior center card making class that are on fixed incomes and cannot afford to buy a lot of supplies. They are a wonderful group who are like giggling school girls when they make beautiful cards!

  176. To get more organized and have cards ready to send instead of scrambling around to make one at the last minute

  177. I send over 100 birthday cards just to family. (I have 25 grandchildren.) My New Year’s resolution in to organize, organize, organize. My craft room started out totally organized, but, as I added new products, it quickly became chaotic over the holidaze. Now it’s time to de-clutter and find a place for everything so I can find all of the treasures I have!

  178. I would REALLY love to use/stamp each of my (MANY) never been inked stamp sets- like 1/week- but that’d still take several years !! 🙂 ALSO- My husband just built me a NEW CRAFT ROOM- so my immediate goal is to figure out where to put everything – to be efficient- & keep it looking good ! 🙂 HAPPY NEW YEAR, Mary

  179. My resolution is to take better care of my health and take more time for doing what I love which includes stamping. Happy New Year!

  180. I want to get more cards made and sent this year…..sympathy, get well, etc. I also want to get my stamping area cleaned up and get rid of some of my older stamps and things I don’t use.

  181. I have a new craft room, so organization is the key to finding what I need with everything having a designated space.

  182. For every card I make, there will be a duplicate that will be sold at Christmas Bazaar next year. This Bazaar is for all nonprofits in town and my favorite is NOAH for our town’s nonprofit supporting all the animal shelters.

  183. Wishing you a happy new year! I am going to try and use DSP on more of my cards!

  184. My resolution is to stop hoarding my DSP and send more cards to friends and family. We just moved and I was amazed at the amount of supplies I had.

  185. Weekly I am going to take a color combination suggestion from Mary and make a set of cards to donate – de-cluttering my stash of beautiful dsp and cards stock

  186. Oh dear……I need to organize my craft room desperately! That’s it!! I’m gonna do it!

  187. Send more cards! I want to make more time to do what I really enjoy and that would be making cards!

  188. Happy New Year! I want to be more organized when it comes to making cards and use the stamps I have bought

  189. My resolution will be something between making more cards so that I can use up my stash of products. Just because I make more cards doesn’t mean that I will remember to send them all!

  190. Starting the The New Year I’m going to take out craft supplies that I don’t use. And organize everything better. So, that I can find my stuff right away.

  191. I love browsing and getting ideas on Pinterest but spend way too much time there and I need to MAKE what I “Pin”!!

  192. Wow! You made me think! I want to send more cards this year. I get all involved in the creating process, then don’t want to let them go! But that’s what they’re for, right? Communicating with friends and family!

  193. Clean up my craft room! Weed out sets and supplies I’m not using and donate them. Whew! Wish me luck, LOL!

  194. Happy New Year. My paper crafting resolution is to tidy my craft room (purge when necessary) and use my unused stamp sets!

  195. I plan to make simple card so I can have a bunch ready to send. Thanks for your giveaway, Mary

  196. In 2020 I hope/plan to use the stamps, embellishments, ribbons & especially DSP paper that I already have to create cards and send them to more people!

  197. I would like to do some purging of stamps I don’t use any more and clean up the craft room. Thanks for the chance to win.

  198. Happy New Year Mary, my goal is to make more cards and have a bunch ready to send. I plan to make simple and quick cards. Thanks for another giveaway, Ruth

  199. Both – sent more cards last year than the year before. Did a few random acts of kindness and would like to do more this year.

  200. My New Year’s Resolution in regard to paper crafting is to work more with coloring tools, such as the Stampin’ Blends, on my cards and projects. Happy 2020!

  201. Probably donate more card to different charities! I have done different one In the past!

  202. My New Years Resolution is using my Stampin Up stamps for a scrapbook and thank you cards for my new Grand baby due this summer.?

  203. I’d love to win this set – thank you for the kind offer. I’ve subscribed to your blog for a long time and I always get inspired by your work. Happy New Year!!

  204. Stamp more often and be more creative. The more I see, the more possibilities there are. Love this!

  205. To do something creative every single day, even if it’s only preparing and organizing supplies for a project, instead of waiting for that magic moment when I’ll have “more time.”

  206. And Cheers to you! I enjoy your emails/posts and get lots of great ideas from them.

  207. My 2020 new years resolution is to send more cards, organize my craft room, try new ideas, and definitely purge some old ones out. Have a great New Years Mary!

  208. I need to clean out my craft room – donate the items that I no longer use and organize my current supplies. I will be retiring in the next few years and want to prepare to downsize my craft room! Happy New Year!

  209. Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy your posts and that of your group. I’ve been so inspired. My New Years resolution is to start using my new stamps as soon as I get them and definitely start using my older sets more. Hope you have a blessed, healthy New Year and many many new stamps.

  210. I need to use my many unused stamp sets and mountains of DSP for upcoming card exchanges. My goal for 2020 card exchanges is to use what I have, which is a lot!

  211. I would like to send more homemade cards to my friends and family for my New Year’s Papercrafting Resolution. I have been in the process of reorganizing and purging my papercrafting supplies so that I spend more time scrapbooking and less time looking for the things I need. Thanks for the opportunity to win this generous prize. Happy New Year!!

  212. Thank you for a chance to win blog candy. I would like to make more cards that can be used as random acts of kindness in 2020. Cheers!

  213. We recently moved (downsized big time) and my New Years resolution is to get my new stamping area (yeah, no complete room devoted to stamping any more – so sad) organized and purge things I just haven’t used and don’t need. Why is it so hard to part with this stuff?!?!

  214. I will try to use more of my pretty papers and stop hoarding them. They will look so much nicer on cards rather then sitting on my shelf. Happy New Year to all.

  215. I have a goal to send all of my family cards during the year. Love making cards and seeing new ideas

  216. I have a goal to send all of my family cards during the year. Love making cards

  217. I’m going to make Christmas cards all year long so come December, I’ll be relaxed.

  218. I need to purge unused products AND send out more cards. I had a stroke in early 2019 and I am just starting to be able to craft again. Hooray!! ?? Happy New Year!

  219. Happy New Year Mary. My “crafting” NYR is to continue with being kind and to use my Paper Pumpkin to help spread random acts of kindness.

  220. In 2020, in addition to the birthday cards I send, I am going to send more Thinking of You, Congratulations and other event cards!

  221. I have 2 wishes for the new year. One is to definitely send more cards. Secondly, I don’t know if anyone else has a tendency to hold (read that ‘hoard’) favorite DSP for fear of running out of it or not, but I do. I’m am working hard to get myself to make my cards look the best they can even if it means using the last pieces of my most favorite DSP!
    Wishing you and your family a wonderful new year!

  222. Thanks for the chance to win! My New Years’ resolution regarding paper crafting is to devote at least 15 minutes per day for using my treasures.

  223. My resolution is to continue making time to use all of my paper crafting “hoard”!!

  224. My new paper crafting desire for 2020 is to share my paper crafting love with my high school best friend and begin a new wonderful way to get together, and hope to get her hooked..lol Plus I want to learn and try more creative ways of making cards.
    Happy New Year! I also want to say I am so thankful to have found Mary, you have been so helpful and quick to answer all my questions. I can’t wait to begin ordering from you.

  225. I have two resolutions. The first is to create and stamp more often. Second is to be more of aware of and use scraps, especially the DSP more rigorously. Thanks so much for your inspirations, Mary. Happy New Year!

  226. I enjoy seeing how people and yourself have created pretty cards that are also simple for people like me to make. I also like hearing positive words of God in your life.

  227. I have very recently cleaned “the stamp room” and did a *Major* purge – giving away/donating more than 20 years worth of stamps, paper, and accessories. For 2020 I’m going to be more deliberate about my purchases.
    …and the Cheers to That bundle is one I’m very drawn to, but couldn’t forced myself to hold back on.
    Happy New Year everyone!

  228. Craft more. I love to make and send cards. It is my goal to achieve both this coming year.

  229. I tend to start a new card before cleaning up from the old one. I think my studio looks happy but the hubs thinks its messy. So I think my goal is to try to clean up a little bit better.

  230. Happy New Year! My resolution last year was to send a birthday/anniversary card to everyone on my list. I did it!! I plan to continue with this one and add this for 2020 – to make better use of all my stamping supplies (spend more time in my stamping room)! 🙂

  231. This year I plan to spend more time sharing kindness with my paper crafting…..I am so Blessed to have the supplies and the time to create, therefore I want to share it more by giving to others. Thank you for offering this opportunity to add to my collection to create.

  232. I lost my husband at the end of 2018 and I had so many health issues in 2019. I am going to be more “cheer”ful in 2020. I love card making with family and friends!

  233. Purging unused supplies, be more intentional in keeping my supplies in a more organized matter, send out more cards. Thanks for including me in your blog candy give away. Happy New Year

  234. At my age many friends are having serious health problems or are experiencing the loss of loved ones so my 2020 resolution is the send more cards…ones that are beautiful and full of the appropriate sentiment + a personal note from me.

  235. I want to organize my Designer Paper hoard. I like to start making Christmas cards for 2020!

  236. I need to clean out and organize my craft room so I can make more cards to send out. Thanks for another awesome giveaway!!
    Happy New Year to you and your family!
    Can’t wait to see what you create with the new products coming out.

  237. Hi! I’d like to make less cards for my own stash and give more cards away. Thank you!

  238. Happy New Year Mary & Family!?
    Usually don’t make resolutions, but decided that I need to make more time of my day to keep up on card making instead of last minute!!??‍♀️

  239. My New Year’s resolution is to make more cards and send them to the local veterans’ home. Thank you for this opportunity Mary! Love your work.

  240. I work at a summer camp and make with the children 4-500 cards a summer. My goal this year is to pre cut all the base papers and have die cut many pieces that will go with specific cards. this will save time, as our blocks only last 45 min and there may be as many as 14 campers at one time.

  241. The organization is one of my goals this year. I feel so much better and more creative when I get rid of the clutter.
    Cheers to a New Year!

  242. My New Years’ resolution is to send out more cards this year. I have trouble keeping enough postage on hand..lol

  243. Wish I had a better way to organize. Don’t have a lot of room for storage. I purge some of my old cardstock by giving it to a teacher in the elementary school. They are always welcome to receive cardstock as they make so many projects through the year and most of the time they have to pay for there supplies. Also give them DSP as well if there is a theme that they can use. They are delighted !

  244. I need to make and send more cards so that I can use and enjoy all the products I have purchased over the years! My resolution is to make at least 5 cards per week and send or donate at least 4 of those

  245. How sweet of you to give away yet another bundle! Always generous. Any of us would blessed to receive the bundle. Not only do you share the bundle, but PDFs for card designs that you have made. Thanks, Mary, for setting the example of generosity! I wish blessings of generosity back on you.

  246. My crafting New Year resolution is to get my craft room organized and to donate the stuff I don’t need. Also to finish my ladies day craft for this years retreat!

  247. My paper crafting resolutions are to buy no more stamps or dies but to use the ridiculous amount of stamps and dies I’ve collected over the past 18 years and only buy card stock and consumables when I absolutely need them. Also I want to send more cards out to bring some cheer and thoughtfulness into the lives of those that receive them.

  248. I hope to do both use more products and find a way to purge very old, unused supplies. Would like to find a place to donate them so they are used by others.

  249. Gift more cards. I make two of each card, one for its intended purpose and then with the remainders I make gift packs of 5 for various and unsuspecting people. I plan to do more in 2020. Justifies all the materials!

  250. In 2020 I am committing to exercise creative play with my stamps and paper crafting tools. All too often as adults we don’t take the time embrace play and let our creativity shine.

  251. I have lots of stamp sets, punches and dies that I haven’t used yet. My goal for 2020 is to make at least one card with each stamp set before I buy another one.

  252. Happiest of New year’s to you Mary! Here’s hoping 2020 is a great year. Thank you for all you do and share with us.

  253. Happy New Year Mary! My papercrafting resolution for 2020 is to do lots more of it! Thanks for the chance to win this bundle!

  254. Cut up all that beautiful DSP I have stashed away. Anyone know of a prison ministry that would appreciate cards to send to their families?

  255. Cheers to you, Mary, for all the wonderful ideas over the past year! I’m looking forward to seeing all your creativeness in 2020!

  256. My resolutions for 2020 are to make more cards for charity and raffles like the American Legion, give away or sell seldom used stamp sets, dies and embossing folders and in the process, streamline my stamping area.

  257. I need to spend more time sending cards to people. I need to take all my swap cards down to my church to donate them to our card ministry. Thank you for your generosity in giving away blog candy. Hope you have a happy New Year.

  258. Love to Papercraft, but I hoard my DSP. I hope to resolve to cut it up and use it. I already have started to organize the papers, only thing left is to chop it up.

  259. I will be donating my gently used stamp sets in 2020 to a group at my church who make cards for the program Smiles! The cards go to nursing homes all over the United States.

  260. My paper crafting New Years resolution is to use up more of my paper and to use the stamp sets and dies I’ve already purchased.

  261. I would love the Cheers bundle. Thanks for the opportunity. You are very generous.

    Have a happy New Year and thanks for all your lovely card ideas.

  262. I am committed to holding one card class per month. Excited to share new ideas with friends!

  263. My New Years resolution is to use the designer series paper, I always have to have, but never want to cut into because it is so pretty.

  264. My New Years resolution is to make and send more cards to people and try to use more of my designer paper .

  265. This would be a great addition to anyone’s collection of crafting tools. I have been working for the last year trying to build up an inventory to participate in some local craft fairs. 2020 is the year I’m going to jump in and give it a try!! Wish me luck! Lol Thanks for the chance to win and Happy New Year…Cheers!

  266. This stamp set would be a great motivator to get me making cards again. Thank you for giving us the chance to own it.

  267. Turn an empty bedroom into my craft room! And then make more cards and send them out.

  268. I plan to keep my craft area organised and to tidy up after I’m done playing. So nice to play in a clean spot.

  269. My 2020 New Year resolution is to be consistent in classes. I set a schedule and posted today devoting twice a month for classes, once a month for Paper Pumpkin day/night classes and once a month from July thru December for Christmas Card classes. I am excited to have this ready and look forward to each event.
    As for random acts of kindness, with a group of friends, we go to lunch or dinner once a month each contributing $20 for a waitress tip enclosed in one of my created cards. The surprise when they open the envelope has been priceless, so heartwarming to each of us. It is the BEST!
    Happy New Year Mary?

  270. In addition to resolving to use more of my stamp sets and dies on hand (and buying only those sets i really, really love), i’ve also set the goal of starting to teach my own stamping classes and workshops in my home.

  271. I would like to make more cards and send them out to friends and family, Not just on special days but just for the fun of making, sending and giving. Happy New Year!

  272. My goal in 2020 is to make and send more cards. And not just for an occasion some for just because or when they have done something good. People like getting homemade cards and if I can make ones person day by sending a card it would make me feel so good too.

  273. You do a really nice job showing us how to use Stamin Up supplies to make beautiful cards. I love your step by step tutorials.

  274. For the year 2020 I need to make more cards! I have been a stamper for 21 years but went back to school in 2011 to get my PhD. (I know crazy for a 53 year old lady) so from 2011 to 2018 I did not make any cards :0 So this year I made 50 Christmas cards!! I enjoyed that so much SO for 2020 I plan to stamp at least one day a week!

  275. My goal is to recreate my stamping area.! My husband has just made me two door-size, waist high tables and I look forward to stamping in my own cozy stamping space.

  276. I plan on paying it forward when ever I can. This will include sending cards to brighten others days. I would like to send cards to our troops, who do so much to keep us safe. I plan to to provide free card making classes those who reside in an extended care facility. May 2020 be a better year for our world.

  277. I want and need to complete a scrapbook for my grand daughter graduating from high school in 2020 so it can be displayed at her graduation party..

  278. Create cards using the large volume of DSP and PP kits that I’ve hoarded, organize my crafting supplies and purge unused products. Happy New Year!

  279. Actually, I would like to MAKE more cards that we sell for charity. I find it very hard to purge my paper crafting supplies…and I guess making more money for charity could be considered an act of kindness.

  280. I am still pretty new to crafting but you make it easy for me to follow your projects. Thank you for that. All your projects are fantastic.

  281. spend more time actually making cards and the day send them and less time looking at Pinterest.

  282. Thank you for sharing your beautiful cards throughout 2019. I plan to start “coloring” more on my cards with different mediums

  283. My New Years resolution is to make more original interactive cards! Love your cards by the way!

  284. Good morning – for 2020 I hope to “shop my stash” – I took inventory this week of my DSP and oh my goodness – I have A LOT and I need to use it!! I love gel pens, pretty paper pads, sticky notes, candles, etc. and have collected – finally started using and it has been fun. So I hope to carry that fun on to using DSP!! Also I want to do random acts of kindness – send a card to “make a day” for someone.

  285. 2020 is the year I create and send more. First I must organize. That’s my goal today. Start the near year out right. Happy New Year to you and yours!

  286. I plan to purge and organize. We cleared out the spare bedroom and hubby built me shelves and tables so I’m starting one pile at a time! I’m donating sil my purged items to card for kids, an outreach for Arkansas Children’s Hospital. We meet monthly to make cards and all supplies are welcome.

  287. My New Year’s Resolution in regards to paper crafting are to use my DSP-cut it when I get it so I’m more likely to use it and to complete my oldest sons scrapbook by his graduation in May.

  288. I am going to try to make at least 2 Christmas cards each week to get a head start on the 120+ or so that I generally want to send. That way I can find some other thing to stress over come next December!
    Thank you, Mary, for your never-ending generosity in offering another round of blog candy. You’re the best!

  289. I plan to send more cards, I have setup a card ministry at my church. Therefore I must organize my existing card stash! Wish me luck & Happy New Year to you and yours!

  290. I need to stop hoarding my DSP and make more encouragement cards.
    Happy, Healthy & Blessed New Year!

  291. I plan to try to do more paper crafting and set aside the time to do what I love but also to use what I have because I have so much on hand. I also hope to consolidate and organize my paper crafting items. Thanks for this opportunity and for all you do. Wishing you a fabulous New Year!

  292. Hope to organize my supplies so card making/scrapbooking is less labor intensive & more enjoyable as it should be.

  293. My New Year’s Resolution is to purge unwanted crafting supplies so that I will have more time to craft versus time I waste searching for embellishments or adhesive!!!

  294. I need to make cards using all these stamps sets I have that have not seen any ink. I also need to use my stack of DSP. I could keep going on and on of resolutions I need to make and do. Thanks for the giveaway

  295. Organization!, I spend way to much time looking for things I know I have but not sure where they are.

  296. I will be starting my New Year having physical therapy however, I really need to get out some thank you cards also . Happy New Year!

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