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April 18, 2008

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Mary Ann

Paisley is my favorite!

Kacey

I love Lined Paper or Cracked Montana Earth, and don't own either yet. But my favorite that I own is probably Pretty Pattern. I hope to see damask in the new releases!

Kerry from PA

I think my favorite is the pretty pattern or victorian 2, but I love both the geometric flowers as well. I don't have either the grid paper or the lined paper so I'd be thrilled to win either.

Sue Symens

I am in love with office/school supplies. I was always really excitted when it came to school shopping. So my pick is the lined paper and the graph paper ones. I hope you pick me!!!

Lisa Dolson

Ellen, the embossed velvet ribbon is absolutely gorgeous! Thank you for the tutorial. My favorite backgrounder would have to be Leaves, though Pretty Pattern comes in a close second. Thanks.

Jenn Ellefson

That Sophisticated Swirls is stunning! I have Climbing Floral (I think that is the name) that I use quite often, but I'm definitely going to have to add some to my collection very soon!

Hope

As soon as you posted your tutorial I just knew I had to have the Falling Leaves BG. I got it and I have used it so many times. I just love it!

Angelnorth

Ummmm, just one? I guess I reach for paisley an awful lot but there are many others close behind!

Thanks for the velvet reminder, I saw this demo'd ages ago and had completely forgotten it until now - must give that a go.

Janet B

Wow--how nice of you to share. I love your tutorial on using the ribbon and stamp--way cool.

Janet B
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Candy

Definitely the lined notebook paper would be my favorite but I wouldn't kick the other out of my studio!

Bonnie

I really enjoy the grid so that I can make my own plaid BG with the colors that I need

Bonnie

I really enjoy the grid so that I can make my own plaid BG with the colors that I need

theresa forge

love them all- but my new fav is the lined paper!!! the things i could do...

Michaelann

I would have to say that my favorite backgrounder is the paisley! Something about it just calls to me and says "get movin' and make a card with me". And then I say..."ok, after this baseball practice and that softball game and that baseball game and that......." This time of the year is a killer for all us Moms! But, we WILL prevail!!!

Sara

Thank you so much for the tips on some new techniques. I'm really going to have to try those out. As for which backgrounder is my fav I like is Pretty Pattern.

Deb

I like the Cracked Montanna earth best and also the lined paper. I'm surprised you can iron on them and they don't melt!

Amy

Yes, it is truly difficult to pick just one. Today I will pick the Pretty Pattern background. Thanks for the info about the velvet ribbon.

Elizabeth V.

Being a "take lots of notes" kind of girl, I have to choose the lined paper. Thanks for offering the great prizes!

Jan K

I can't wait to try the velvet trick. I like the cracked Montana Earth the best.

Morag

Wow I am SO loving that velvet ribbon. I will need to go searching for some and try it. TFS the technique. I love the paisley backgrounder.

Paulette Akagi

Hard to make just one choice---I will say Trees is my favorite. Thanks for the contest!

Amy

Love them both, but the lined paper, WOW!
Amy

Angela K

I actully don't have any of these, I haven't been able to narrow my 'favorites' down enough to make an order! They are all amazing and could be used so many different ways!

Melissa D. (SCS honeybee7896)

Thank you so much for this giveaway. I wish I can tell you my favorite but can you believe, I do not own one single backgrounder. I hope this giveaway rectifies that for me.

Jannell

Love the velvet technique, must try it soon!

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