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Stampin’ Pretty Blog Candy Giveaway – Sending Hugs

Stampin' Pretty Blog Candy Giveaway - Sending Hugs Update

HAPPY SATURDAY! LET’S CELEBRATE WITH BLOG CANDY!

To one lucky participant, I’m giving away the following:

  • Stampin’ Up! Sending Hugs Bundle | 155859 | $44.00

HOW TO PLAY:   For your chance to win my Sending Hugs Bundle Blog Candy Giveaway, please leave a comment HERE or at the end of this post sharing: 

What type of card do you create and/or send the most of? Birthday, Thank You, Holiday, Sympathy, etc…

The deadline for blog candy comments is TOMORROW, SUNDAY OCTOBER 10, at 12 PM Mountain Time. I’ll choose a random comment and announce the winner on, Monday, October 11, 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.  Stay tuned for the announcement of the winner!

 


Mary

   

455 thoughts on “Stampin’ Pretty Blog Candy Giveaway – Sending Hugs”

  1. Thank u for the “Pals” posting that u do. I enjoy seeing everyone’s ideas. I think my birthday and thinking u you cards are pretty much equal. I enjoy sending cards to people that r having harder days, but I also send bday cards also.

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  2. I send thinking of you cards the most and love sending HUGS. Thanks for the opportunity to win this set.

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  3. HI Mary, First thanks for a chance to win! I send mostly Holiday cards as I make them for every holiday! followed by thinking of you then Birthday
    love to stamp and make cards!

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  4. I enjoy making all kinds of cards. Most of my cards go to Cards for Soldiers which sends the handmade cards from card makers throughout the country to troops around the world. These service men and women can then send them to friends and family back home. It is a wonderful program.

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  5. I send birthday cards the most. I also send quite a few “hello” or “friends” cards but the most is birthday. When I get too big a stash of “thank yous” I laughingly tell my friends they need to do something nice for me so I can deminish my stash of thank you cards.

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  6. I “love” seeing the new things you come up with. New color combinations, card designs and what are your favorite stamp sets.

    I also have seen new demonstrators that you have recommended and learned many useful techniques.

    Thank You!

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  7. Thinking of you cards! During the past 18+ months I have been sending more of these cards. I think we need it!

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  8. I tend to make sympathy cards the most for myself but I make wedding & birthday cards by request from customers.

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  9. During these trying times, I’ve been sending “Thinking of You” and “Cheer” cards to brighten someone’s day.

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  10. During these trying times, I’ve been sending “Thinking of You” and “Cheer” cards to put a bit of brightness in someone’s day.

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  11. Thinking of you cards followed by happy birthday cards. For me there is no greater pleasure than unexpectedly receiving a card “just because” in the middle of the incoming mail. It’s nice to receive a hand-written greeting and it’s even better when the card is handmade as well!

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  12. Birthday cards and blank “all occassion” cards are what I make the most of. Speaking of birthday’s, today is mine! I’m starting into my 66th year!

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  13. I send more thinking of you cards, because they can be for so many things.
    Happy Birthday to me today!!

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  14. Birthday, Christmas and Thank You cards are the cards I usually send. Occasionally I’ll send a Get Well or Thinking of You card.

    Thanks, Mary, for the opportunity to win this bundle. It would be great for my family as we often say “I need a hug!”. We even have our German relatives saying it (“Ich brauche ein unarmung.”)
    Kathy

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  15. I send lots of Thinking of You cards. I use Thinking of You more, because, all too often, some are not going to get well again. Thinking of You fits any situation.

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  16. I think at this time of my life, I mostly make “Thinking of You” cards. There is so much happening in the lives of people in my family and my friends. They love getting the cards of encouragement, and love.

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  17. I send Happy Birthday the most and then Thank you’s and thinking of you. Really enjoy your blog for ideas!

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  18. Holiday cards for sure! I send out at least 80 Christmas cards a year; not to mention all the Thanksgiving, Halloween and Valentine cards to friends and family.

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  19. Defintely Birthday wishes cards. As age seems to keep creeping up I do find more need for Get Well and Sympathy cards–but this isn’t a GOOD thing! Christmas card time always makes me smile in anticipation of the seasons happy feelings.

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  20. I make cards for all occasions!! But Christmas and Birthdays are the ones I make more frequently. I do make cards that are not specific – “thinking of you”. I donate a lot of cards so they can be adapted for any occasion.

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  21. I generally send generic thinking of you, or just a note, or even just a hello to friends and family members to let them know that someone is thinking about them. In this pandemic, it is always cheerful to get happy mail!

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  22. I make & send a lot of Christmas & birthday cards. I will send at least one Thank you card a month.

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  23. I come from a large family so I send mostly birthday cards but with the last year, covid I have been sending a lot of thinking of you cards. Just to let people know they are not alone. Thank you for the chance to win an awesome bundle. Love your style.

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  24. I like to send “Thinking of You” cards. I love you HUGS cards. You can make them as simple or elegant as you want. This is one set I do not have and just glanced over in the catalog. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  25. I mostly send birthday cards, but second and pretty close would be my holiday cards (not just Christmas, I like to celebrate many holidays)

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  26. I make a lot of birthday and sympathy cards throughout the year but at this time of year, I concentrate on Christmas cards. For our church Missions, I make a lot of sympathy and thinking of you.

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  27. Lately it has been thinking of you, sending hugs and missing you cards. This is because of the last few years not seeing as many loved ones as usual and reaching out to church members and friends that are in assisted living and nursing homes during the pandemic. I hope these cards brighten their day! Thanks

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  28. I sent mostly birthday cards. I have a system down where I get all my cards ready the last weekend of the month for the next month…put the date they need to arrive in the corner and my hubby helps by getting them to the mail box! Then during the month, I can focus on thinking of you, get well and sympathy which we can’t plan for.

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  29. Birthday cards. I play the piano for a small country Church, and I am in charge of sending everyone a card for their birthday.

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  30. Birthday and Thank you cards. I especially love to send a personal (as in, I made it!) thank you card when I want to recognize a kindness.

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  31. Thinking of you out of the blue is always a surprise and letting my friends know how special they are. After that many Christmas cards are a must.

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  32. I send a lot of thank you cards, then birthday and Christmas cards. This year I have sent more Sympathy and Get Well/Feel Better cards than in years past.

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  33. As of late, I send mostly “thinking of you” cards, but I also send lots of birthday as well. Thank you for the chance to win this lovely bundle, Mary.
    Happy Stampin’!

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  34. I like to send just because cards. I think everyone should get happy mail especially the last two years.

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  35. Mostly birthday cards, but I like to have all occasion cards on hand at all times so whenever I need one I have one

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  36. Birthday Cards! I tend to make them a month in advance then it kills me to have to wait to send them out a few days before the birthday.

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  37. I send cards for all the holidays but I mostly send cards to people that need to receive a paper hug, to be encouraged, loved. So many people are hurting in this world and appreciates snail mail.

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    • I have to say Christmas cards once I finally decide on a design. Because I send so many it seems to always be down to the wire. And because of a stroke that I had 14 years ago I only have one functioning hand so sometimes I have to get my husband in on it and I love all of the designs you create Mary but some are just too hard for me to do but I give it my all and if they aren’t perfect, hey they are homemade. I’d love to win this bundle

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    • Claire I have to say Christmas cards once I finally decide on a design. Because I send so many it seems to always be down to the wire. And because of a stroke that I had 14 years ago I only have one functioning hand so sometimes I have to get my husband in on it and I love all of the designs Mary creates butter some are just too hard for me to do but I give it my all and if they aren’t perfect, hey they are homemade. I’d love to win this bundle

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  38. Tough question! I’d say I make and send mostly birthday cards, but every year starting about now, I produce 80-90 Christmas cards and mail them out to friends and family! So I guess Christmas cards win, all at one time!

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  39. I have a rather large family so I send them each a birthday card, but I also send a card for each holiday–currently working on the ones for Halloween, then it will be Thanksgiving and Christmas. I often send thank you cards as a way of saying thinking of you. I thank them for being themselves and the wonderful people they are.

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  40. Birthday cards are what I send most of but also Christmas cards and the ‘for no reason’ cards which technically are thinking of you cards and those generally go to people that are shut-ins or in nursing homes.

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  41. I make more Christmas cards than anything. However, I have 12 grandkids, so throughout the year, between kids, grandkids, other family and friends, birthday cards keep me the most busy. I also like to make thank you card sets for friends.

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  42. Love to make birthday cards that somehow reflect the personality of the recipient. But truth be told I love making any kind of card depending on what the occasion is! My second favorite cards to make are baby cards and wedding cards because they mark a wonderful change in the recipient’s life. Thanks Mary for all the inspiration you provide throughout the year!

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  43. I obviously make a lot of Christmas cards, but I make more “thinking of you” cards by far. I give away a lot of cards, and “thinking of you” is the most requested.

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  44. I make the most birthday cards, but also do quite a few Christmas cards, my list keeps growing every year!

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  45. Birthday cards for sure are the most common that I send. Unfortunately not far behind are sympathy cards.

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  46. Most of my cards are birthday and Christmas.
    I have also made Thank You, anniversary, sympathy and anniversary cards. It’s a new craft for me since COVID and I thoroughly enjoy it.

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  47. I like to send as many “Thank You” cards as I can. I also send a lot of “Thinking of You” cards, for so many reasons. A “Hugs” card would be a great addition…

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  48. Of all the cards I send, I definitely send the largest number of Holiday Cards! For Christmas I send at least 100 handmade SU cards and I make and send 40-50 cards for 6 other holidays during the year!

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  49. Birthday and think of you cards are the ones I mainly send out and then holiday cards. Thank you for the chance to win. LOVE this set!

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  50. I make a lot of birthday cards and Christmas cards but this past year I’ve made a lot of “just because” cards.

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  51. I go month by month or by week by week depending on what i need for that time. I like to make Birthday cards and holiday cards the most.

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  52. Thinking of you cards can send many messages . They can be sent just for that reason, or for sympathy, missing you, encouragement. Everyone needs to be told they are special and in your thoughts.

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  53. I send all types of cards! My favorite is to surprise a friend with a Thinking of You card tailored to that friend’s interest!

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  54. Most of my cards are thinking of you. I send cards to the shut ins and nursing homes from my church.

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  55. Birthdays and Holidays are two types of cards I send most. Always like to try and bring a smile to friends and family’s faces.

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  56. What a fun question to answer and an awesome blog candy giveaway! I send mostly birthday cards and Smile cards as everyone loves getting fun happy mail and my smile cards are reminders that we still need to smile. 🙂

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  57. My favorite cards to make are generic cards with stamp sets just like this one. I do not add any sentiment on the inside until I need it or I love to write my own personal message for whatever occasion I need.

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  58. So as we have aged, I find that we have more need of sympathy cards. I still make a lot of thank you cards too. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  59. Hugs to you for always sharing inspiration for always inspiring us with your creative ideas. Thank you

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  60. My husband and I mail out a lot of Birthday cards, and thinking of you and sympathy cards as we are in our middle to late 70s. I have a lot of friends wanting to get into Nursing Homes, but none are available. I like to remind them they are not alone. My cards help brighten their hearts.

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  61. I love that set. I am a hugger and it kills me to not be able to hug everyone. This would allow me to send card hugs. Thank you for the chance to win this.

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  62. The majority of cards that I send are birthday cards. I send cards to seniors all over the country who are celebrating birthdays over 60 years old – some as old as 104!

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  63. I mostly make birthday cards. This die would make beautiful cards for anyone to receive. Even though so many send wishes on Facebook I think everyone truly enjoys a handmade card.

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  64. As I have aged, my need for cards has unfortunately shifted so that I now use more sympathy cards than any other kind. I think that’s a natural but sad consequence of getting older.

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  65. I do more birthday cards. I’m at an age when it seems like I have to make a lot more sympathy cards. Due to recent request for them I’ve decided that I need to have 50-100 pre-made on hand. My cards are also used for gift giving including holiday cards. I appreciate all the card ideas you share to spark our own creativity. ?

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  66. It’s a tie of Birthday and Thinking of You. Although, during the past 18 months, I’ve sent quite a few Get Well cards. So, everyone out there, Be
    Well!

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  67. Hi Mary! I make mostly Thinking of You and Birthday Cards because I donate them to SAS4Kids and some local churches. This Hugs bundle would be perfect for both. Thanks for offering the blog candy.
    DebiB

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  68. Birthday cards are my favorite. Sympathy is also something I need frequently. Christmas cards are fun to make during the holidays.

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  69. Good Evening,

    Mary,Could I ever be so lucky to win..would be fabulous. I create birthday cards and I just love to create Christmas cards.

    Have a good evening,
    Cheryl

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  70. What a fun die. I think it will makes a great card to send to my grandchildren! Or someone special!

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  71. I like to send Thinking of You, Hello, You are Amazing or something like that. I probably make more Thanksgiving and Christmas cards because a lot are made in bulk and many you want to remember on those special occasions. I would love to win the bundle, but will be happy for whoever gets it. Thanks Nary.

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  72. If you combined all the holidays (halloween, thanksgiving, etc) I’d say holiday cards is what I send the most.

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  73. My favorite card to send are holiday cards!
    I am always looking through the catalog as well as catalogs of prior years for ideas!

    I know my family always looks forward to receiving them!

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  74. I send more birthday cards than any, with Christmas and Anniversary cards next as I send them to family, friends and my church family.. I love making all cards.

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  75. I enjoy creating get well cards, especially during this 1 1/2 years of covid. Just knowing you are encouraging someone when they are feeling under the weather makes me want to give the cards the extra special touch of love.

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  76. I send out holiday cards the most! In fact, I need to get going on them! It will be here before we know it!!!

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  77. I love making Birthday and Thank You cards and get a lot of inspiration from you. Since card making is my passion, I had to find an outlet for them so I wasn’t drowning in cards. I’ve been donating them to Senioir Centers, nursing homes and AmVets.

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  78. I probably send more Thinking of You cards, followed closely by Sympathy cards. It’s important to let people know that you care, especially in this time of social distancing..

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  79. I sent mostly happy birthday cards but a close second is probably thinking of you/hello cards. Love the surprise element of the recipient with these. Thanks for the chance to win some awesome blog candy! You are so generous.

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  80. I especially love all of your tutorials, but also appreciate all of the free tutorials you offer. I am not a designer but love to either case, with minor changes, other cards or create cards from scratch with ideas after viewing cards on your site.
    Definitely more holiday cards, as I make them for my family to use as well. Birthdays are a big second

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  81. I send a weekly card to a woman going through chemo, so it’s more of a “lift me up, sending good wishes, thinking of you” kind of card each week. I love making the cards for her! I’ve been writing her since May, and just recently she realized my cards were handmade! She commented on how professional they looked.

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  82. This week I have sent out 8 cards. Birthday cards are the most frequently sent followed by Thinking of You. Get well, sympathy and friendship too. I love being a card maker?

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  83. I try to keep a supply of Thinking Of You cards handy which I leave the inside blank. Then I can easily write a thoughtful note inside.

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  84. I love making all types of cards, I sell them in my flower shop, sympathy and birthday are my top sellers, I have started my Christmas cards, I’ve made 120 so far

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  85. I have so many friends scattered throughout that I don’t get to see much nor talk much to, so my go to card is THINKING OF YOU. Hugs would be great for this type.

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  86. I make all sorts of cards – birthday and holiday. I probably make more sympathy cards as I make them for CURE Childhood Cancer. CURE sends them to the families of the children gone too early.

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  87. By far it’s birthday cards. Then thank you cards.
    Hope I win this great set of stamps! Thanks for the chance Mary.

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  88. Lately I send Sympathy cards, so many friends have lost family during this pandemic. So your Hug die would definitely fit in with my cards to show they are loved

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  89. Get well cards, I know when I have been feeling sick or just had surgery, a get well card will really cheer you up. When someone takes the time to make a homemade card, no matter what kind it means so much.

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  90. I send all the usual cards each year but my favorite to make and send are just because cards to let my friends and family know I am thinking about them. They seem to enjoy receiving those the most!

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  91. I’ve been creating and sending thinking of you cards the most. I have older friends who feel isolated especially because of COVID. This is a way to brighten their spirits a bit.

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  92. I send and make a lot of thinking of you cards. They are the easiest to make as most images will work and can include encouragement, praying for you, hugs or most sentiments. Unfortunately at my age I find myself having to make and send a lot of sympathy cards. I find doing colors and images a little more difficult for them.

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  93. The cards I make the most of are Christmas I love the season and I love celebrating the birth of Christ with family and friends the other cards I make are for birthday nothing says happy birthday better than a homemade card that is made with love

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  94. I mostly do Birthday cards….but I keep a few sympathy and thinking of you cards on hand. Hey! We have snow on the peaks here….beautifiul with golden aspens and cottonwoods.

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  95. I send a lot of “thinking of you” cards. It is not the card, but the message that is important in my opinion.

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  96. Think this is the perfect die!! We have not hugged our friends in so long, that this is one I will use a lot to encourage my friends they still need a hug. Even if not in person. I love all your blogs. Look forward each week. Thanks so much

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  97. Christmas due to most of (big) family live out of state. I am told they save my cards because they know the love and work I put into them.
    Lot’s of wonderful ideas are utilized via sites like yours

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  98. I like to send out thinking of you cards because I know how much I like to receive mail letting me know someone out there cares. Thanks for the chance to win a great prize. Love all your card ideas I receive in my email for you.

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  99. Thank You cards or a just because thinking of you card – everyone loves to get a card in the mail !!! 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  100. Since finding Stampin Up about six years ago I have found a new and creative way to enjoy my days. I like making birthday, anniversary, holiday, thinking of you, etc. cards and also learning several fancy folds along the way. Being 80 years old and retired I find card making a wonderful way to share with people I love in a creative way. Always looking forward to the next catalog and learning more creative ideas.

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  101. Most of my cards are birthday cards followed closely by Christmas cards. Love your blog! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  102. I’m 78, and I make a lot of sympathy cards. It’s so refreshing when I need a thank you or birthday card.. i also make a lot of Christmas cards.

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  103. I send out holiday cards the most. I am making a goal to send more “thinking of you” cards. I love getting cards, and friends and family surely feel the same! Thank you for so much inspiration.

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  104. I would say holiday cards. I send Christmas, Halloween, Valentine’s Day and Easter cards every year. With Covid I have been also sending thinking of you cards. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  105. The cards that you share are always extra special! Enjoy receiving your emails and hope you continue for many years to come! I send mostly Birthday cards!

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  106. I love to send funny birthday cards! Everyone needs a good laugh, even if it’s celebrating making it through another year.

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  107. The cards that you share are always extra special! Enjoy receiving your emails and hope you continue for many years to come!

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  108. I send mostly Birthday as I have a big family and many other people I stay in contact with. Christmas gets a lot of attention too.

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  109. I send many cards, birthday, sympathy but most especially, thinking of you. This past year I sent many out to family and dear friends to let them know I am thinking of them and holding them close to my heart. Also very often I “write in” sending you a hug.

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  110. My favorite card to send is a birthday card. My next favorite is Thinking of You Cards to give someone a little surprise in the mail.

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  111. I create birthday cards the most. But my goal is to create more Thinking of You/Have a Great Day cards. I prefer to send a card when a person is least expecting it!

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  112. Thinking of you cards are ready at a moment’s notice to send for almost any occasion. I have a ready stash to write a quick note telling the recipient I care.

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  113. Hi Mary,
    I send mostly birthday cards and lots of thank you cards with a flair on just thinking of you. Thanks for the chance to win your blog candy
    Vicki

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  114. I love making cards of all kinds but mostly create “Thinking Of You” cards as they can be used for so many different reasons. The world needs more Happy Mail, so I try to send cards just to help brighten someone’s day!

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  115. I probably make & send more birthday cards than other types – and love doing so!! Those receiving them love Stampin Up creations too!

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  116. I make all of my Christmas cards so definitely I make mostly holiday cards. I try to make 10 every month.

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  117. Most of my cards I send out monthly are for birthday, followed by anniversaries. Unfortunately, there are the occasional sympathy cards. Then comes Christmas and I usually make 100 cards to send out. I enjoy making and sending out my cards and I love to use SU products – they are the best!

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  118. Christmas cards are definitely what I send the most of followed closely by Birthday cards. However, I also find myself frequently making Sympathy (unfortunately) and Thinking of You or Just Cuz cards as well.

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  119. I send birthday cards the most, followed by thinking of you cards. During these trying times I like my friends to know I am thinking of them.

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  120. I probably send an equal number of birthday and thinking-of-you cards. Thanks for selecting this die set for your always generous giveaway, Mary. I’d be both surprised and delighted to win—love the sentiment and leaves!

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  121. Generally, I make a relatively equal number of birthday, thank you, thinking of you, and sympathy cards during the course of the year. I make more Christmas cards because for many this is the only time of the year I keep in touch with them.
    However, since the beginning of the pandemic, I have made a plethora of hello and thinking of you cards to continually touch base with friends and relatives due to the fact that many are suffering from the isolation inflicted upon them by these unprecedented times.

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  122. Thinking of you cards. I put together 12 cards in an envelope and send 1 card a month to friend(s) who have lost a love one, to let them know I’m thinking of them. I also have a log that lists the people I send a particular card too, so they do not get duplicates.

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  123. The majority of my cards, always made with love, are for birthdays. I do make multiples of sympathy and thinking of you/get well cards to send as I need to. Having this lovely HUGS set would keep them outgoing AND be so appropo since my last name is HUG

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  124. I love sending & making Birthday Cards and Thank You cards. They are about tied!! So many ideas for both! Thank you Mary for continually sharing your ideas and techniques. Love them!

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  125. I’m constantly making and sending thinking of you cards. I love the versatility of these cards because they can be used for birthday, sympathy, and so much more. Many times I will send them blank inside with an envelope and a separate message to the receiver so she can send on her own thoughts to someone special.

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  126. My favorite cards to send are Christmas or Holiday, and I send around 200 + each year, but the most cards I send are Thinking of you and Get Well to friends, family and my church family! I send several each week, sometimes 20 or more.

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  127. I send cards to terminally ill children and have recently begun sending to their mums supporting all they do for their children.

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  128. Although I create all kinds of greeting cards, I think I send out more birthday than any other kind since everyone has a birthday every year.

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  129. I love to make four or five differently styled batches of Christmas cards each year and send them to my family and friends. I also make lots of Hello or Thinking of You cards with a different seasonal or geographic background theme. I think I should send more personalized birthday cards. Thanks for your great blogs and your generosity.

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  130. It used to be birthday cards. But I’ve started sending my 13 grandkids cards just to let them know I love them or re thinking about them. This would be a great addition to my collection.

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  131. I sent lots of Than You cards because that is a lost art! But during the pandemic, I have sent lots of cards of hope, healing and sympathy.

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  132. This past year and a half I have made and sent “Thinking of You” cards the most. I can’t tell you how many people let me know that they really appreciated having someone check in on them.

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  133. The #1 cards I usually mail are “thank you” cards! There’s so much to be grateful for!! Next are birthday cards depending on the month of year birthday’s seem to be clustered.

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  134. By far, birthday cards. Sadly, I have been making several sympathy cards of late. Since making my own cards, I have added several holidays as a reason to send. Of course thank you cards seem to get the most responses from recipients! Let’s just say I love making cards!,!

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  135. I am making and sending cards of encouragement, faith and hope. I also make cards to make people smile.
    The Sending Hugs bundle is perfect. Everyone needs a hug. And what better way to give a hug to someone, near or far.

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  136. Birthday, definitely! I like to send them to the older members in our community to bring a smile to their day!

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  137. Thinking of you cards, but birthday’s are a close second. Christmas cards keep me busy too! Thanks for the inspiration and the opportunity to win a treat.

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  138. I love creating any type of card! A hand made card says you really care. If I had to pick a favorite, I would say Christmas cards are the best. So many option! Especially, glitter & snowflakes.

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  139. Please disregard if I sent a duplicate comment. My computer kept spinning and I tried to x out and start over. This is why sending cards with stamps on the envelope works better than email for me!

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  140. Hi Mary, I send more birthday cards and try to stick to a theme that highlights the receivers personality in each card! ??

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  141. I make lots of birthday cards, as well as Thinking of you and Sending Smiles and happy thoughts, I also make many Seasonal Holiday cards to send. I enjoy making cards and probably spend way to much time making cards, but it is a hobby I really enjoy.

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  142. I don’t think you have to have a reason to touch someone’s life with a handloved card designed by you with them in mind! Isn’t it wonderful to share yourself that way?!

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  143. Definitely Thinking of You cards…they work so well for sympathy, illness, tough times in general. Very versatile for so many situations. I send several a week!

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  144. I send a lot of Christmas cards but I think birthday cards win out. I send 20-30 each month. Thanks for a fun giveaway.

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  145. I send lots of birthday cards through the year but I think Christmas cards are still the biggest number.

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  146. Oh, birthday by far – although, sadly, it seems like sympathy cards are growing in number lately. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome bundle.

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  147. My favorite cards to send are for Friends going through a tough time or having a very bad day. Holiday Cards go out frequently, and at my age, lots of get well wishes are extended. <3

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  148. Mostly Christmas. I send a little over 100. I also send a lot of Birthday and Thinking of You. Thinking of You now because of the distancing. Health issues have really increased among my friends. I’m hoping the physical card and the message picked just for them helps in a difficult time.

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  149. I have made more cards in the last 18 months than the 5 years prior. I mostly send birthday cards and just plain old hi/hello cards to stay in touch with friends and family.

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  150. During these last two years I have been sending and receiving a huge amount of thinking of you cards. Yes, everyone needs some happy mail!

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  151. Christmas cards ?
    Gathering soon with a couple of other paper Divas to make our holiday cards

    Then I make their unique cards at home!

    Thanks for the chance thi win

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  152. I send lots of birthday cards through the year but I think Christmas cards are still the biggest number- of course that could be because it’s all at once and not spread out.

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  153. I send the most birthday cards. If I know when it is your birthday I will send you a card, Everyone needs cards to make them smile.

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  154. I send mostly birthday cards through the year. However, I make a lot of Christmas cards to mail to friends and relatives. I also make lots of thank you cards because I always find I need them quite often.

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  155. I tend to send out more birthday cards followed by thinking of you cards. I like to send cards for no reason to brighten someone’s day. Thanks Mary!

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  156. I mostly send birthday cards and my next favorite are thinking of you to people I care about but don’t get to see that often!

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  157. Every month I make 25 cards for Senior Care Homes in my neighborhood. The cards are for them to send to keep in touch with friends, but mostly family. The cards are usually a keeping in touch kind of card like thinking of you, missing you, thankful for you, happy hello, etc. I don’t actually send these card, but they do. A special thank you to Mary for all the ideas that I can use in this endeavor.

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  158. Such an elegant set of dies, with a sweet message. This set is on my wish list! Thank you for the chance to enter to win! I love the daily updates and the card ideas are fantastic!

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  159. I send out a lot of birthday cards because I have the gift of a large family and many friends. But I craft cards for all occasions so that I can share with those who need a special card. I’m grateful that family and friends thinks to share my cards with others.

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  160. I love just sending “Hello” cards to friends! I started doing it when older friends of mine went off to college, and have kept it up ever since.

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  161. The type of cards that I send out most are thinking of you cards. Since Covid hit I send even more cards out to friends, family and people from church especially the widows and widowers who do not have family close by. My hopes have been that by sending more cards during this difficult time it’ll bring a little bit of happiness into peoples lives.

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  162. Mary,
    This is a set I have had my eye on. We just started a new card ministry at my church, and this would be a perfect set to use to encourage ladies who are in need of encouragement. Thank you for all the inspiration I get from you. Blessings, Mary

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  163. Thank you cards are what I send the most and the most versatile to make because anything goes! Thanks for the chance to win, Mary!

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  164. My favorite cards are all the ones you mentioned, but my most favorite ones are all the ones I make 30 each for at Easter, Halloween, Patriotic, St. Patrick Day, Thanksgiving, Valentine Day & most of all Christmas

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  165. I send more birthday than anything else, with sympathy a close second. We live in a retirement community and sadly a lot of people are always passing.

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  166. I send a lot of “thinking of you” cards more than any thing else. Next, I send out “thank you” cards. Card making has become an everyday event because of you and a couple of other bloggers. THANK YOU!

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  167. I send tons of cards but I’d have to say I send more Thank You notes than any other card but not by much. I’m in the perfect business b/c I’ve always love sending cards but now I make them first! I’m Blessed! I’d love to win this set-I could use it!

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  168. Birthday cards are the cards I send the most! However, I also love to send cards for no other reason then to let people know I am thinking of them!

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  169. I make holiday cards (Halloween & Valentine’s Day) for my grandchildren and, now, my great-grandchildren. But I make the most cards for birthdays. Everyone gets a birthday card, and the parents get anniversary cards, too. I even make birthday cards I give to friends and family when they need cards. I do love the look for the Hugs stamp set.

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  170. The majority of the cards I’ve sent this last year are thinking of you cards and notes. With everyone staying home and not socializing for a year, they need to know that I’m only a stamp away.

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  171. Cards of encouragement to shut ins, St Jude’s and other kid hospitals as part of a stamping group. Of course I use any needed genre for my personal cards.

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  172. Every time I see a card done with this set, I wonder “why in the world haven’t I ordered it”!! The sentiment is perfect, falling between LOVE and GENERIC!

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  173. I mostly create holiday cards fro my family then the Seanad card I create are Birthday cards. Lately I have started creating thinking of you cards for my sisters and older family members especially the one who seem lonely.

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  174. I mostly sending thinking you cards as I have some many friends dealing with very difficult situations. As a matter of fact I just mailed out 6 cards and small care packages yesterday. Now on to making new cards today.
    Thanks for offering up this awesome set. Love seeing all your creations.

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  175. I usually send out birthday cards the most, but this year I sent out a lot of thank yous since my son graduated high school.

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  176. Happy Fall Mary,
    My favorite card to make is a THANK YOU. People like to be appreciated for their gesture of giving.

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  177. Thinking of you and kids’ cards to St Jude’s, Ronald McDonLd House and Rainbow Hosp. as well as nursing homes within the support of my stamping group. Any type of encouragement card.

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  178. I send more birthday cards than any other type. Actually Christmas cards are the most cards I send at one time.

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    • I mostly do birthday and thinking of you but everyone deserves a hug so this set is a great addition to anyone’s card making stash!

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  179. Most of the cards that I send are Birthday cards, but sometimes I send cards just to let friends know that I am thinking of them even though they live far away.

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  180. I make birthday cards just about every month. Additionally, there are anniversary cards and thank you cards. Then, of course, there are cards for major holidays. My mother and her high school friend exchanged a birthday card for 70 years. I took up sending the card to her friend after Mother passed. Her friend got a card from me for 16 years.

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  181. This set would be perfect for me because I always sign my cards “Hugs and Kisses. And of course Lots of Love! 🙂

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  182. Birthday cards are probably my most common, but it seems like I’ve been sending a lot of Get Well cards lately.

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  183. I made all my cards but the amount of cards at one time are my Christmas cards then the rest of the holidays follow.

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  184. I love making and sending Christmas cards, 75-125. Lately, I’ve been making even more thank you and friendship cards for my customers.

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  185. i make over a hundred birthday cards a year — and that’s just for family. I make nearly that number of holiday cards –Easter, 4th of July, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas. I am busy. This stamp and die set would be a big help to me!

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  186. Love this HUGS set, who doesn’t love a hug? I have been doing a lot of birthday cards lately, but I am getting started on Halloween cards and holiday cards for my friends and family. My absolute favorite cards to make and send are “just because” or “thinking of you” cards, they give me the warm fuzzies when I drop them in the mailbox.

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  187. I send about 50 Christmas cards each year. Birthday cards are always needed also.
    Thank you for your giveaways.

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  188. Personally Birthday cards by far! The packets I prepare for nursing homes/retirement centers, however, are Birthday first, Thinking of you, Just a note, and sympathy.

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  189. It’s a toss up (pretty evenly divided) – thoroughly enjoy baby cards the most that when I create them, I smile/chuckle/celebrate too For other occasions/reasons, I think of the recipient (or the family who has a loss); if I personally know the passed person, remember their ties to me/husband. Every person needs to be thought of and do my best to do so of those around me.

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  190. Birthday cards are at the top of my list. Then holiday cards (Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, Valentines) are next.

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  191. Mary. Thanks for offering this wonderful bundle. Not surprising, I mostly make birthday cards. However, I enjoy making all types and will be making Thanksgiving cards soon.

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  192. I send out alot of birthday cards. I also make about 400+ birthday cards for the church to send out to their 70 and older members. Thank you for the chance to win this awesome bundle.

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  193. I love the large font of the “HUGS.” It makes putting a fabulous card together so easy.
    Jennifer

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  194. I love this set.
    My favorite cards are thinking of you.
    You can add a cheery note or write a little
    letter catching up on each other’s lives.
    Let your friends know they are always in your
    thoughts and heart.

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  195. Birthday cards are what I make the MOST of, however, I make a lot of Thinking of You cards as well. Lately, it seems there have been a lot of baby cards, lol.

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  196. The majority of my cards are birthday cards. I also send a lot of Thinking of You/Just Because cards.

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  197. Birthday cards are the cards I send the most. Everyone has a birthday and it’s a great way to stay in touch with friends all around the country ?

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  198. The card with spring floral design made me feel happy. My husband is dealing with terminal cancer and the colors brought a smile to my face.

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  199. I love sending birthday cards with water color flowers with a special saying inside for the special person.

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  200. Thanks for another great giveaway. I think that set would make cute Valentine’s. I make the most Birthday cards.

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  201. My favorite are Christmas cards!!!! They just make me extra happy making them and I love to send out special ones to my friends

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  202. I send thinking of you cards the most. I have a group of widows from the local fire department where my husband worked that get cards every month from me.

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  203. I send birthday cards the most. I make a variety of different designs in advance, including guy cards, so I have a good supply to choose from each month.

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  204. I probably send the most birthday cards. I send to all my relatives and friends and try to personalize them when I can

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  205. I send out Birthday cards the most, followed by Thinking of You cards the second most. I love getting inspiration from the posts on your blog ?

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  206. Holiday cards of all types followed by Thinking of you and just because. I n get d to get better on making Birthday stash of cards so I am ready for those special days. Thanks for this amazing giveaway

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  207. I am part of a birthday random acts of kindness group, so I send oodles of birthday cards. So fun to make and send them on their way!

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  208. I would have to say birthday cards are what I do the most. Always looking for ideas and you certainly have inspired me many times.

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  209. I send more birthday cards than anything else, with thank yous running a close second. I dread the day sympathy cards numbers climb.

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  210. Definitely holiday cards. Since the pandemic started in 2020, I started making holiday cards to reach out to loved ones throughout the year…Valentine’s day, Easter, Mother’s Day, Halloween, and Thanksgiving became bigger card giving holidays for me than just Christmas. And I’ve continued even though we aren’t as confined as we were last year.

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  211. The card I make the most is probably Birthday with Thank You coming in second. LOVE this stamp/die set. LOVE your blog. 😀

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  212. I enjoy sending thinking of you cards. I also send birthday cards to family & friends. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  213. My favorite cards to send are Hello/Thinking of You cards. I just want to sprinkle a little joy into someone’s life when things are rough out there.

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  214. My go to card to have on hand are ones with “Thinking of You” messages. They fit so many occasions and let the person getting it know that they are someone special!

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  215. Birthdays, I make cards for my family, including cousins and since they live in a different state, it’s good to let them know that I care about them. Plus my small group, peeps. We don’t get enough good snail mail these days.

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  216. I try to do Thinking of You or For You since they can be used for so many different occasions such as Birthday, Sympathy, etc. I need to make more to have on hand though!!! Thanks for chance to win…

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  217. Most of the cards I send are birthday cards, but I really need to extend my list to other occasions; will definitely work on that. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to win this set. So kind of you.

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  218. I send lots of Birthday cards but in the past two years, I’ve spent more time making and sending “Thinking of You” type cards. It’s a great way to reach out and connect with those that are unable to get out or be around others during these difficult times.

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  219. Thank you cards. There is so much to be thankful for including your weekly post of card makers and their paper projects.

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  220. Birthdays and Thank you are the most often cards I send though, thinking of you have been a close one to Thank yous. I try to send at least 3 cards a week lately.

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  221. I would have to say Holiday cards. There are so many
    Stampin Up wonderful Designer Papers, stamps and dies that I make several different cards for Christmas.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  222. Since the pandemic, it’s been a tie between sending “birthday” cards and “Thinking of You” cards.

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  223. Hi Mary
    I send Birthday cards the most! I send them to family and friends. My favorites to make and send are the “Thinking of You”,and this past 18 months, it’s surpassed the number of birthday cards!

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  224. I love sending Birthday Cards and Thinking of You cards. It makes my heart happy to brighten someone’s day.

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  225. I make approximately 140 Christmas cards to send during the Holidays; I reserve 2 each of the 7 different cards that I make to give gift packs to my daughters. I also make many birthday cards throughout the year and give to family and friends on their special days.

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  226. The #1 card that I send is “Thinking of You” – especially to my friends in nursing homes. Birthday cards are my biggest “gift” cards that go to friends for various reasons. Next are the thank yous and sympathy.

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  227. By far, I send birthday cards mostly… BUT. I love to make card sets for people as gifts… four blank sentiment cards tied into a ribboned bundle.

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  228. I send mostly generic, non specific sentiments that are mostly uplifting, that can be used for anything. I include these with a sticky note that state “Enjoy, Share, Reuse”. I include these in my monthly reports to all my providers I do medical billing for. They love the idea and tell me often how they’ve reused them.

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  229. I send blank inside thinking of you cards to our deployed troops so they can send them back home to their loved ones. Thinking of you cards are the most versatile and can be used for any occasion.

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    • I love your idea of sending cards to the military for sending cards to loved ones. Can you share with me who I can contact to do the same. Right now I send packs to retired home settings, but would love to share with our military. Thanks

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  230. I send lots of thinking of you cards, everyone loves to know that they are thought and cared for enough to receive a handmade card!

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  231. I love Christmas and really enjoy making and sending cards to celebrate the season. But I guess the cards I send the most of are “Thinking of You” cards to keep in touch with family and friends.

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  232. My cards are usually birthday cards as I have a card ministry for two churches and friends in our close knit neighborhood.

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  233. Hi, Mary! The cards I send out the most are birthday cards, with thinking of you cards being a close second. I do send about 40 Christmas cards each year. Thanks for the chance to win your awesome giveaway!

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  234. I send mostly Birthday cards. But I love to have Thinking of you, Sympathy & Thank You cards on hand.

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  235. birthday cards are my most frequent cards to make and send, especially since i come from a very large family! the second most frequent are thinking of you since that covers a wide range of wishes.

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  236. The cards that I send the most are thinking of you cards. I also send a lot of thank you note cards.

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  237. I send more holiday cards than anything else. Each grandchild gets a Halloween, Christmas, Valentine and Easter card plus their parents. Thanksgiving cards go to the families. Birthday cards are a runner up! It’s my way of saying I love you – no matter how big you get!

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  238. My favorite cards to send are y’all gold. Birthdays cards because my family is very important to me and I want them to know I don’t forget. Second are thanking of you cards so they know I remember.

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  239. I create and send mostly birthday and sympathy. The cool thing about Sending Hugs is that it would work for almost every situation.

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  240. I create a lot of birthday cards but I think the cards I send most frequently are “Hello or Thinking of You” cards. Sending happy mail is just as much fun as receiving happy mail!

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  241. I love to send birthday cards, but here lately I’ve been sending a lot of thinking of you or sympathy. Lots of sickness right now, unfortunately. Thanks for all the fun giveaways, Mary!

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  242. I send generic All Occasion cards monthly to the Homebound at my parish. This stamp set would be great to use one month. Second most sent cards are Birthday.

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  243. My favorite card to send and create are birthday cards. I try to make them as personal as possible using favorite colors and themes of those receiving the cards.

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  244. Holiday and birthday cards mostly. Trying to make and send more generic cards, because isn’t it great to receive a card just because you’re being thought of!

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  245. Hi Mary! I love making cards! Typically, I make them on an “as needed” basis and thankfully they are usually birthday cards. But I’m a card person so do send “thinking of you” type cards frequently to let people know they are on my mind. And I love sending happy mail! My daughter sends out hundreds of “Angel Cards” every year and I make several cards for her as well. The first thing I do every day is check out your daily emails and so much of my card inspiration comes from them. The Hugs Bundle would be perfect for letting my friends and family know that I’m thinking of them! I already have a SU Consultant but I want to thank you, Mary, for all you do and for your great daily emails!

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  246. I send lots of birthday cards and, unfortunately, have had to send many sympathy cards as my age increases.

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  247. I make and give birthday cards most often. I always give one to celebrate my co-workers special days!

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  248. I make a lot of Birthday cards but second to that are the Sympathy Cards that I make for myself and customers from my full-time job.

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  249. Birthday cards are the ones I make most often, followed by holiday cards. A crafty friend reminded me that thinking of you cards can be used for multiple occasions so that may need to be an area to focus on in the future,

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  250. I create birthday cards more often than any others. I keep track of all cards I send, then challenge myself to send something “new and improved” the following year!

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  251. Most of the cards I send are thinking of you cards or thank you cards! The Hugs Bundle would be great for making these cards!! ❤️

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  252. At this time of year, birthday cards get sent the most. Come December that will change to Christmas Cards.

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  253. I send the most Christmas Cards – I start making them right after the holidays. I. Make a lot of Thinking of You type cards because they can be used for anything. Love this bundle.

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  254. EVERYONE needs a hug – Love, Compassion, Caring u never get enough …I send out mostly birthday and sympathy cards … Hugs to you !

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  255. I love to send birthday and thinking of you. This card would certainly bring and smile and joy to the recipient. We could all use some hugs these days.

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  256. My favorite are friendship cards, such a thinking of you/ thanks for being my friend. Thanks for offering g such a generous giveaway!

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  257. I send out so many birthday cards. I keep a running list all the time. Thanks, Mary, for the chance to win this die.

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  258. I mostly send birthday cards but I’m getting better at sending hello or thinking of you cards.

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  259. I am pretty new at stamping and I look forward everyday to read your posts and get inspired. Thank you for sharing your ideas

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  260. I send a seasonal “thinking-of-you” type card every week to my three children. I began this over 20 years ago when they headed off to college. Spouses and grandchildren are now included.

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  261. What a beautiful set to give away. Thanks for a chance to win. I would love to make cards with this beautiful set.

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  262. I like making all the cards, but thinking of you type cards are what I send mostly. It’s always nice to get a hand made card to brighten your day. This is a beautiful set that could be used for so many different cards!

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  263. I send 100 Christmas cards and probably as many birthday cards. Sadly as we age the need for more and more get-well cards and sympathy card becomes greater. Thanks, Mary, for this lovely and generous blog candy offer. Enjoy your day!

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  264. I send a lot of Thinking of You. I like sending cards to the non profit Smiles for Seniors. The joy to see the reaction when these people in Assisted Living or Nursing Homes receive them on their trays. The reactions are priceless.

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  265. Thinking of you cards would be the kind I send most. With texting and email, people just don’t receive snail mail much any more, so I like to send some sunshine they can actually touch~

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  266. I send more thank you cards than any other, except maybe Christmas cards ( at least 75 each year). I’ve become much better at sending Birthday cards now that I make Stampin Up cards.

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  267. The most cards I make are Christmas with Birthdays a close second. Thanks for the chance to win the bundle.

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  268. Most of my cards are Christmas cards. I send about 30 of them a year. A close second would be birthday cards.

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    • Birthday cards would be what I make most.
      I make a lot of Sympathy and Thank you cards, too.
      My favorite kind usually have flowers, or are nature themed.
      My favorite stamp set go to right now is Gorgeous Leaves.

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  269. I realized after I posted my comment, I hadn’t answered the question. Ooops. My favorite cards to make & send are Christmas cards.

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  270. When I first started stamping, the majority of my cards were birthday. I love to send thinking of you cards to put a smile on their faces. Unfortunately, sympathy cards are becoming to frequent. Thank you Mary for this chance of such a cute card!

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  271. My favorite cards to send are birthday cards. I tr to make each one as individual as the receiver.

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  272. My favorite cards to send are birthday cards…I try to make each one as individual as the receiver.

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  273. Definitely birthday cards. I send 10-15 birthday cards a month. My MIL is SO amazing at sending birthday cards to family members. She had 12 brothers and sisters and over 40 nieces and nephews and never forgot a birthday! She’s now 97, and continues to send cards to family and friends. It impressed me so much that I started with my family and friends, too. It makes me happy that I get comments like “it’s magical to get a real, tangible birthday card”. We need to spread that kind of joy, especially in today’s world.

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  274. I send more birthday cards than any other and always turn to your awesome card sketches when I’m stumped for a new idea. Thanks so much for sharing those!!!

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  275. I love your cards! The pdf’s are so useful. I print them out, put them in sleeves and then into a binder. Thank you for all your creativity!

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  276. My new favorite is to send cooking themed cards to my grand daughter who is going to a cooking program through her high school.

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  277. I make mostly all Holiday cards for family & friends, but everyday cards are always in the mix. Others love receiving my handmade cards!! Thanks for your inspiration & generosity.

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  278. Most of my cards are Birthday cards followed by sympathy cards. Thank you for the chance to win this awesome set.

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  279. I find I’m sending a lot of “thinking of you” or generic cards that can be given for a variety of occasions. I leave the inside blank and stamp the appropriate sentiment prior to sending. That way, I can quickly drop a card in the mail if I see someone can use some cheering up, a congrats, missing you, etc. Thanks, Mary!

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  280. I have been sending more thinking of you cards the last couple of years. Not being able to get together with your loved ones makes it very lonely. Receiving a card that someone is thinking of you can really brighten your day and make the tough times easier to handle.

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    • I send lots of “Thinking of You” cards to keep in touch, followed closely by birthday cards. I love stamping!

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  281. By far i send the most birthday cards. Exception would be Christmas cards which somehow has grown to 35.

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  282. My favorite cards to send are thinking of you cards. Everyone needs some happy mail every now and then!

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