*Official* May Release Party Contest!

I am so glad to see you here taking part in tonight's exciting festivities!  Welcome!

Now here's your change to win nearly everything you've seen during the countdown this week!  Just by leaving a comment with an answer to the following question…

"What would you like to see from Papertrey for the Christmas/winter holiday releases this year?"

This contest will close at 11:30pm EST.  One comment will be randomly chosen as the winner of our

May "I Want It All" package (a $181 value)!

The winner will be announced here shortly before midnight.  Please play nice, only one comment per person.

Good luck to all of you and we look forward to hearing your thoughts!

THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED…

Release-winner 

Congratulations, Karen!  Please be sure to contact Customer Service with your shipping information so we can get your prize package out to you!

A big thank you to all of you that stopped by tonight to share your suggestions for our holiday releases.  We are already working behind the scenes on some exciting products for your favorite time of the year!  It is going to be the best ever!  Have a wonderful weekend!!!

Nichole Heady

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Join the discussion 776 Comments

  • 1
    Mendi M says:

    Gingerbread men!

  • 2
    Tammy says:

    Snowflakes! All different kinds! And Snowy branches too!

  • 3
    Amy says:

    How about a cute stocking set? Different patterns, stuff to put in them…but I’m sure whatever you design will be a must-have!

  • 4

    I would like sentiments to go with Warm Happiness and some reindeer!

  • 5
    SaraMcJ says:

    I would love to see more Holiday Tags, Stockings, and some more Christmas trees – of course everything done PaperTrey style!!! I can’t wait for midnight tonight – so excited about these new stamps!!!!

  • 6
    Dawn says:

    Christmas? Hmmm … I think something simple and elegant … holly, wreaths … then something fun and whimsical … reindeer, santa, candy canes, elves …

    Sorry – right now I have my mind on FLIP FLOPS!

    Thanks! dawn

  • 7
    Emily S. says:

    I love stamp sets that are specifically for embellishing homemade goodies and treats for family and friends! We all want to save a couple $$, especially during the holidays!

  • 8
    jenn says:

    I would love to see wreaths and snowflakes, and maybe some christmas ornaments! 🙂

  • 9

    A dark burgundy paper…maybe a dark purple…one with more blue in it…the regal kind of colors that go great with gold shimmer cardstock!

  • 10
    LIZA says:

    For Christmas I would love to see some holiday stamps featuring the traditional King James scriptures about the birth of Christ. Love your products!

  • 11
    Kristy says:

    I’d like to see a set that has Christmas trees that can be decorated with bulbs and different presents that have different patterns. The bulbs and the presents can have polka dots, stars, solids, stripes, and more!

  • 12
    Angela H. says:

    Oh boy, what a question! My vote goes to sentiments in trademark papertrey-cool fonts — ones that go beyond the usual “merry Christmas.” Or ornaments. Love ornaments. Thanks!

  • 13
    Karen Hayden says:

    I would love to see an ornament set of stamps.

  • 14
    Siobhan Burtlow says:

    For Christmas I would love to see lovely sentiments and beautiful trees, wreaths, and angels.

    I would also love some large, intricate snowflakes!

    Thanks PaperTrey Ink!
    Siobhan

  • 15
    Jennifer M. says:

    Gingerbread houses & people too!

  • 16
    Alicia says:

    Oooh, colors in navy and silver, and snowflakes, icicles and lacy stars! And lots and lots of shimmer and glitter!

  • 17
    Natasha says:

    I would like to see more ornaments.After seeing this month’s release of flourishes, I would LOVE it if there were solid type ornament images with flourishes on them.

  • 18
    Karen says:

    Jingle Bells!

  • 19
    Michelle Singer says:

    I would love to see some Santa stamps.

  • 20
    Ann says:

    Snowmen and Snowomen – oh and Snow Babies – do you remember those snow babies plaster decorations on Christmas cakes? I think they still do them.

  • 21
    Andrea says:

    I would love to see some snowflakes as well or a real cool ornament set . . .I’d say anything wintery will definitely be on my shopping list for making my christmas cards!!

  • 22
    Lynne says:

    I love the 2008 Holiday Tags set and would love to see a “part II”. A tree-building set would be fun, too – different trees with patterns and of course, an outline that could be filled in. Decorations to put on the trees. And of course, some great sentiments!

  • 23

    I would love to see another gift tag set with different, creative shaped tags (circles, squares, stars and even tree shaped tags). I am always looking for clever ways to create tags and would love to have access to such a set!

  • 24
    ilina crouse says:

    That is a good question. Usually I don’t think that far ahead. Maybe some cute packaging templates for homemade gifts, buttons in Xmas colors 🙂 Maybe a set featuring a Xmas tree with some additions to decorate it. That would be cute

  • 25
    Kristi H. says:

    Christmas ornaments would be fun!

  • 26
    Bernice says:

    A snowfamily! (snow people that look like different members of the family)

  • 27
    Daisy L says:

    Candles, pointsettas, swags with either or both. Nativity set with movable parts stable. Reindeer with sleigh with different things you could put in the sleigh (presents, trees, snowman, santa, elves)

  • 28
    verna says:

    The shimmer paper in RED!!!!

  • 29
    Kiera says:

    I second the gingerbread (people) suggestion. Not too cutesy, though!!
    Oooh, but penguins are fun, too…maybe with different patterned scarves and hats!!

  • 30
    Emily W says:

    Nonreligious sentiments (christmasy, but not scriptury). Also, a really nice cardinal I can color.

  • 31
    Lennie says:

    Some whimsical present packages to go with the trees from this past year!

  • 32
    Christy says:

    Hmmm… Snowflakes and Candy Canes!!

  • 33
    Melissa D. says:

    Oh my goodness, good question. I personally would love to see some winter stuff. Some more wreaths and different kinds of Christmas trees. Maybe make it so that you can decorate your own tree.

  • 34
    mary puskar says:

    I would like a vintage christmas set, very soft, romantic, old fahioned. I love the vintage look and know PTI could do it right!

    Mary
    http://www.primitiveseasons.blogspot.com

  • 35
    Antoinette says:

    something a little reminiscent of A Christmas Story- minus the leg lamp and bunny costume! Little kids and hot chocolate, cookie plates for santa, looking in the window from outside the house…anything your DT comes up with will be great!

  • 36
  • 37
    Emma says:

    I’m with the first poster – definitely gingerbread men. A whole gingerbread family would be so cute! I’m not so keen on the whole snow thing as I live in Australia and don’t associate snow with christmas. Some reindeer would be cute too – something to put on cards for children. But as most people will surely agree – I will be happy with anything that PTI comes up with because I just know it will be awesome!!

  • 38
    Nicole Cooke says:

    I would love to see additional sentiments that can be used on the insides of holiday cards, and snowflakes, and other simple images that can stand alone for stunning one layer / CAS cards.
    Thanks for asking!

  • 39

    Papertrey-style patterned papers in non-traditional Christmas colors with specialty ribbons to match…yum!

  • 40
    Jaime Seiter says:

    I would like to see a holiday set that is super cute-sy and young. As a relatively young person I don’t like making holiday cards that look super traditional and old fashioned. I also love stamps that lend themselves well to coloring and glitter. Haha this post makes me sound like a teeny-bopper! Oh boy I soooo want to win this contest! This is one of the best releases I’ve seen so far!

  • 41
    Christina says:

    oh I must say gingerbread men! They are so adorable

  • 42
    liz says:

    Ornaments, packages and bows!

  • 43
    Corrina Holloway says:

    some vintag-y print style stamps to go along with the kraft cs, poppy bitty dots, some twine with coconut shell buttons and the distress inks…..

  • 44
    Sarah N. says:

    I love the stocking idea someone else had – what about a build a tree – ability to add your own ornaments, tinsel, garlands, etc. I also loved the great silver and gold things you came out with for the holiday so maybe more along those lines – perhaps a bronze and expansion of silver and gold items (silver & gold buttons?). Loving everything!

  • 45
    moodyblue says:

    An elegant set, with themes like Peace, Joy, Love – large images suitable for embossing and using as the focal point of a card front.

  • 46
    Mindy says:

    I’d love to see an elegant Christmas set with Christmas trees, stars, snowflakes, maybe ornaments and some of PTI’s wonderful sentiments in a classy style.

  • 47
    Marie says:

    I would LOVE a set inspired by The Nutcracker. Nutcrackers, ballerinas, mice, sugarplum fairies…how cute would that be?!

  • 48
    Yvette says:

    I would love to see elegant ornaments with swirls and tags for gift giving

  • 49
    Regan says:

    oooh, great question……

    how about holly berries,

  • 50
    Tasha says:

    I love sets that can be combined with decorating and packaging homeade items. I’d also love to see a build it set with Christmas tress or gingerbread men.

  • 51
    Tanya S. says:

    How about some more decorative things like wreaths and snowmen, maybe a different looking Santa Claus.

  • 52
    Meredith says:

    I would LOVE some shimmery red and shimmery green papers – like your Night Sky Shimmer cardstock. I would also love PTi to add a gingerbread man, woman, puppy… set to its collection. Maybe something with add ons like bows, buttons, faces, etc.

    Thanks for the chance to win!!

    ~Meredith

  • 53
    Kelly Marie says:

    I would love to see a “North Pole” type set, maybe something like the Rudolph tv specials we saw as kids. Some cutie pie reindeer, elves, presents, etc.! So fun! 🙂

    I am so excited about this release! Thank you so much for this chance!

  • 54
    cynthia says:

    I love the European santa’s. Not the traditional round and short red suit. More of the tall thin green or purple suit.
    I also love whimsical Christmas and retro stars, snowflakes and other Christmas sights.
    Thanks Cynthia

  • 55
    Meghan S says:

    Christmas? I am thinking something very vintage… maybe with some matching sentiments, or paper.

  • 56
    laura j says:

    I’d love to see a set that features angels and snowflakes! More sentiments for the holidays would also be great!

  • 57
    Sara says:

    You have done so many great Christmas / Holiday stamps in the past. I love them all. I think I’d like to see a cute set of penguins or something along those lines. I would also love more holiday sentiments.

  • 58

    Lots of sentiments! And trees…

  • 59
    Miki says:

    My favorite stamps so far are the 2008 Holiday Tags so I would LOVE to see more of those! I love the images, the variety and the look of everything in that set.

  • 60
    Katie L. says:

    Hmmm…hard to get in the Christmas mindset.That being said–ornaments, candy canes, gingerbread men, buttons….

  • 61
    Margaret Peltier says:

    Angels, snowflakes, church steeples, nativity set, gingerbread men and women, reindeer, ornaments, Santa, elves, sleighs, trees, toys, soldiers – ok I WANT it all – is that too much? …..you asked what I would like to see!!! No doubt no matter what the team comes up with it will be loved and well worth the wait!

  • 62
    Catherine says:

    I’d love to see “hot chocolate” to go with my tea cups…marshmellows, candy canes, steam swirls, cute quotes about warm hearts and hands!

    Gingerbread houses and men! Ability to decorate both the house and men with cute little embellishments…hearts, squiggly lines for icing, red hots!

    What fun, thanks for asking!

  • 63
    Mary K says:

    I firmly believe that you can never have enough snowflake stamps, but I also would like some larger pretty sentiments like the Joy and Peace from Snowflake Serenade that can be used on the front of a card.

    (Although I’m sure whatever you come up with will be wonderful.)

  • 64

    I’m a snowflake girl and I really loved the tag set from last year.

  • 65

    I would love to see Vintage Christmas items. Vintage ornaments and what not. Something that could be colored or paper pieced.

  • 66
    jerunge says:

    I would love to see some packaged all you need to do to make a holiday card. I love making cards, but I order the stamps, the paper, but don’t have the ribbon or the pre cut pieces and it ends up never happening. Imagine card kits the papertrey way (styled).

  • 67
    Angie Cortes says:

    Hmm…I would love some stamps that represent all the holiday goodies…cookies, hot cocoa, gingerbread men and houses!!! I could go on and on LOL!!

  • 68
    Monika/buzsy says:

    I love to use ornaments and pine trees for Christmas cards so I could use more of those… and snowflakes… but I wouldn’t mind a set of nice holiday greetings (I don’t like writing out my cards). TFS!

  • 69
    Carolyn G. says:

    Something with the nativity, maybe? Or maybe a vintage set of some sort? THANKS!!! for the chance to win!

  • 70
    julie coit says:

    elegant wreaths there is something so christmasy about wreaths evergreen ones and maybe grapevine looking wreaths

  • 71
    Avril Tanner says:

    Some cool Funky Christmas Trees would be cool! or some kind of funky christmasy background stamp?

  • 72
    sandy says:

    Gingerbread man and woman. More tags, wreaths, fireplace and hearth with stockings. Candle sticks to put on hearth. Yule log for fireplace.

  • 73
    Amy/rohla says:

    I love snowflakes of the vintage variety and I love Damask Designs, so I’d love love love to somehow combine the two into Damask Snowflakes…ah, Damask Snow…has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it?!

    Amy

  • 74
    Linda R says:

    A set built around ivy would make some awesome cards.

  • 75
    Mollie says:

    Christmas already, huh! Wow, that kind of freaks me out. LOL! I’m still trying to recover from last Christmas:o)

    I would love to see a religious set…perhaps an elegant manger scene.

  • 76
    Susan H says:

    a very nice sleigh and a beautiful pointsettia. A little deer with a beautiful evergreen tree in the snow….

  • 77
    tanna says:

    I would love to see holly, berries, greenery, lots of organic things. You guys would be perfect to create something like this. I would also love to see something really formal…lots of gold embossing. Thanks for the chance to win!!!!

  • 78
    Anna Wasierski says:

    I would love to see a timeless template that can be used for gift giving to mark the holiday. Along with that stamps that would give warm sentiments and paper to match! You already have me excited about the possibilities!

  • 79
    Laurel Beard says:

    Since you already took care of the snowmen (absolutely adorable by the way and on my “must have” list, how about something with candy canes and ornaments?!?

  • 80
    quilter says:

    I like snowmen, but I prefer something along the Christian theme for my cards and I hope to make some of my cards this year.
    Whatever you do, it will be classy, I know that.

  • 81
    arimacias says:

    i would love to see ornaments too:)

  • 82
    pegg says:

    I would love to see beautiful Christmas/holiday guidelines pattern-type sets! PTI does elegant so well – would love to have an easy and quick way to make elegant tags, cards, gift wrapping! Looking forward to seeing this new release – the samples have been amazing!!

  • 83
    Denise in Oz says:

    I would have said Flourishes, but Papertrey are too good and there already here. My next wish would be for individual paper packs, so we could select our ‘favourites’. Thanks for keeping me ‘sane’ with such gorgeous products!

  • 84
    Jamie says:

    gingerbreadmen!!!!!!!!!!! you could do a whole set based on the cookie theme with milk!!!!!!!

  • 85
    Stephanie Washburn says:

    Definately ornaments! And trees and snowflakes and reindeer- I would really love a set that has a little of everything, actually! lol! I would love a set that I could make a large quantity of coordinating cards with!

  • 86
    Julie W says:

    I like the suggestions for gingerbread houses and people. I would definintely like a set like that too.

  • 87
    Jennifer says:

    I would like to see a christmas ornament set, where you could have different patterns.

  • 88

    I’d love to see some beautiful vintage images – but make them cool and modern! 🙂 Hope that makes sense! LOL! Thanks for the chance to win! 🙂

  • 89
    kathy puskar says:

    Something with sheep, stars, and snow! Sounds beautiful, yes?

    Kathy Puskar

  • 90
    Natalie Wilson says:

    Templates for packaging and stamps to go with it based on candy, candles or something to add along the lines of holiday treats.

  • 91
    Lee Anne says:

    How ’bout some stockings? Different patterns on the bottom to coordinate with other sets? I like the ornament idea too! That would be fun! Love this May release!!

  • 92
    Rachel says:

    How about some fun shimmery patterned papers – for card fronts or small gifts?

  • 93
    Suzy says:

    I love the made of snow set, maybe something like that with a Santa? Its hard to believe we are almost half way through the year already!

  • 94
    Tanya Caudill says:

    I would love a set the went with the 12 days of christmas. It would be so cute to make project with!

  • 95
    Carol says:

    Christmas ornaments would be great.

  • 96
    Diana D. says:

    I would love to see variations of ornaments. Something 2-step stamping maybe, with an outline and solid image…with the outlines being polka dots, swirls, stars etc.

  • 97
    Amy O says:

    I would love to see a Christian themed set with lots of Christian sentiments. “Happy Holidays” is nice, but I prefer to send out cards that address the real meaning of Christmas.

  • 98
    Kim says:

    I would love to see some packaging templates for homemade gifts ….

  • 99

    I’d love to see a gingerbread man/woman set. With tons of mix-and-match accessories for buttons, icing, etc. Maybe some gumdrops and candy canes, too. And some “sweet” sentiments to top it all off! Thanks for asking:)

  • 100
    Liane says:

    I would love some vintage type Santas and snowmen.

  • 101

    Ohhhh…..that’s easy!! More snowflakes, can’t get enough snowflakes! Maybe with a flourish-type tree to stamp them in.

  • 102
    Marge Sexton says:

    WOW, that is a tough question. How about Snowflakes and Flourishes….I think that you would come up with something wonderful! Thanks for asking, and for such a wonderful contest every month!

  • 103
    Karen A. Wegner says:

    I would enjoy seeing a nature-related set including holly, ivy, poinsettia, and a wreath which could be decorated not only for Christmas, but other holidays as well. I’m so looking forward to seeing all the May releases!

  • 104

    I would be interested in a cookie set. Different cookies, icing, some labels for labeling your homemade treats. Little gingerbread men. A christmas tree with different ornaments would be cute as well.

  • 105
    Terri Moore says:

    I would love to see some ice skates.

  • 106
    Andrea McCulley says:

    The nativity…stable, animals, wisemen,and angels in a build a scene set!

  • 107

    Penguins! (similar to the owls)I just love penguins. Ooh, and stockings, those are great, too! A wreath set, with lots of interchangable little embellies stamps to place around the wreath. Also, personally, I don’t think you can have too many different trees.
    And what about a Christmas themed set to coordinate with the star prints about to be released?
    Of course, I’ll buy whatever you make, so….

  • 108
    Julie Rae says:

    How about something along the classic country Christmas line, but rustic to go with the vintage papers, twine and wooden buttons from this release? Whatever you do, it will be great! Thanks for the great designs.

  • 109
    jennibell says:

    Trees that you can add to. . .lights, ornaments, toppers, even skirts!!! And I *love* snowflakes…can’t have too many of those. And (how many ideas did you ask for??) sentiments specifically for the holidays. Inside and outside. . .Christian and secular. . .can’t wait!!!

  • 110
    Lisa H. says:

    I would love a fireplace mantel with a variety of different stockings to hang.

    I also would love to have stamps/templates that I could use in decorating packaging for home-baked gifts of cookies or holiday breads.

  • 111
    charity says:

    i would like to see a nativity set. i loved the holiday tags and would like a part II of that set. ornaments would be great as well.

  • 112
    Barbara222 says:

    How about a tree or a swag with ornaments. A wreath would be nice (with longer needles)

  • 113
    Andrea says:

    reindeer, fireplace, gifts, wreaths, stockings… anything I can color with copics 🙂 I’m sure whatever the PT DT comes up with will be versatile and wonderful!

  • 114
    jackie M. - Oregon says:

    Ornaments that can be altered the Papertrey, Inc way. Snowflakes in a unique way. I’m sure you all will come up with all things wonderful.

  • 115
    Mary Ann says:

    Beautiful boughs and branches would be great. Lots more buttons and ribbons, too.

  • 116
    laulief says:

    Gingerbread house and people! Lots of different candy! So many possibilities! Could be a fun set!

  • 117
    glorie says:

    An elegant Christmas stamp set, something vintage with a PTI twist on it.

  • 118
    Amykae says:

    I’d love to see a stamp set with a “sweets” theme- cookies, candy canes, gingerbread houses, etc. So excited about this release!

  • 119
    Darla says:

    Gingerbread men, snowmen, wreaths, stockings, ornaments–wow there are so many beautiful Christmas things!! How about some beautiful Christmas paper to go with it.

  • 120
    Melissa Miller says:

    I would love to see a “hippie holiday” set (peace symbol, dove, hippie santa, “have a harmonious holiday” saying for example). That would be very cool!

  • 121
    amber says:

    I think it would be cool to have PINK and Spring Moss patterned Christmas paper!

  • 122
    Leora Henkin says:

    Oh my, thinking winter already…I love the mazel tov set and would love to see some whimsical additions there…and also small snowmen, candy canes, etc.

    Good luck to all,
    Leora

  • 123
    Becs says:

    Tricky question – feels like I’ve just got over last Christmas! Love the Holiday Tags last year – more of those would be great. And maybe a text background with Christmas words or Christmas Carol lyrics.

  • 124
    Tammy W. says:

    Hmmmm….Christmas? How about something for all those baked goodies everyone makes at Christmas; like different types of cookies, candies, oh why not a fruitcake; and some tags and some “To, From, From the Kitchen of” stamps.
    Now, is it midnight yet? : )

  • 125
    Roxanne says:

    Would love to see papers, inks, ribbons buttons in a deep dark shade of red and stamps that coordinate with punches to make christmas card assembly a snap!

    Thanks for the chance.

  • 126
    Amyjd says:

    embellishments! And, maybe more tags for all the goodies I make.

  • 127
    Jessica Legg says:

    For Christmas….a fireplace with a mantle and accessories to put on it…I love mantles. Maybe some stocking accessories to hang from the mantle too.

  • 128
    Sue D says:

    Anything to help me with my gift giving dilemma! Also I like the religious sets you have now but would like to see more.

  • 129
    Julia Aston says:

    I’d like to see some nativity stamps – we’ve had the snowflakes and the santa’s and the trees – time for some Christian Christmas stamps??

  • 130
    laura rangel says:

    Snowflakes, sugar canes, Mr & Mrs Claus with reindeers, wreaths, snowman, ornaments, the birth of Jesus, trees, stockings, ginger bread men…the whole Christmas spirit.

  • 131
    tanna says:

    I would love to see greenery, holly, berries, lots of organic things! Thanks for the chance!

  • 132
    Tabby says:

    I would love a Nativity set. Although reading some of the other comments, a build your own ornament set done Papertrey style could be fun too!

  • 133
    eRika says:

    ornaments or decorated packages would be fun!

  • 134
    Maryanne Degiorgio says:

    Would like to see for Christmas: tags, santa, baubles, reindeer, trees, anything christmassy will do, love Christmas.

  • 135
    Patti Bishop says:

    Trees….Script lettering, cute elves….

  • 136
    Anne Eicher says:

    Hard question! I love everything you have so I’m confident what you come up with will be awesome… It would be neat to have more sentiments (matching for inside and outside). And I always love snowflakes of all kinds!

  • 137
    Barbra says:

    I think some kind of festive food stamps, like cookies in holiday shapes. Gingerbread houses in a Papertrey style! Pies with different tops with a little stamp above that looks like steam! “When the yummies come out of the oven, family comes into the house”.

  • 138
    Barbara Hale says:

    I would like more faith based stamps with scriptures. Oh, and I also would vote for some really cool ornaments. And I agree about the packaging for homemade goodies, in a template or something like that. Wow, Christmas will be here before we know it.

  • 139
    Janis says:

    I would like to see swags and ropes of greenery with different items you can to them. Toparies would be nice too!

  • 140
    Shonta Romain says:

    I would like to see Christmas paper that isn’t so “christmasy”. It has the christmas feel with a few elements of christmas but not bombarded with reindeers, wreaths and so on… Thanks

  • 141
    Courtney says:

    Some vintage Christmas, but with that classic PTI style we all love!

  • 142
    Andrea C says:

    I would love to see a set with cookies and milk for santa, gingerbread, bells, holly, maybe a sleigh. I cannot wait to see what you come up with.

  • 143
    Jackie W. says:

    I think you could really do some ornament stamps that are interchangeable!

  • 144
    lisa m says:

    I would like to see snowmen, maybe a cute snowman family, and snowflakes, ornaments would be good too!

  • 145
    Linda w says:

    I would love to see an old fashioned aluminum tree with some retro ornaments. Another very pretty set would be a set of doilies. Different shapes and sizes maybe.

    thanks much

  • 146
    Laura B says:

    Stockings and ornaments!

  • 147
    SusanH says:

    Vintage Christmas! (love anything vintage)

  • 148
    MakiJ says:

    I’d like to see Gingerbread house stamps with mix & match 🙂 Holiday card kit would be nice, too.

  • 149
    Anika says:

    Ornaments! Different sizes, shapes, designs! How cute would they be as tags…

  • 150
    Deb C says:

    I would love to see a Nativity set. Stable, manger, Holy Family, shepards, wise men, star, sheep, etc. The whole kit and kaboodle.

    And really pretty dark green color family to use with Pure Poppy. 🙂

  • 151
    Angela Lemmons says:

    I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the stocking idea!! Different patterns with lots of stuff to put in them! Lots of sentiments, too – both secular and Scripture. Oh, and a branch with things to put on it – berries, pine cones, ornaments. Thanks so much!!

  • 152
    Cassi says:

    I’d love to see Santa, Reindeer, Whimsical Holiday Creatures, and Toys/Gifts e.g. Wii, XBOX, Guitar, etc.

  • 153
    Laura J says:

    Pure Poppy buttons!

  • 154
    ERIN says:

    I would like to see Gingerbread men and maybe some more Snowflakes. Can never have to many Snowflakes!

  • 155
    Melissa A says:

    Hmmm…. I really like the idea of a Christmas tree that you can decorate with cute bulbs, ornaments… etc. It’s hard to think about it now, I just want summer to get here!! :0)

  • 156
    Shelly says:

    SNOW….lots and lots of SNOW things! Winter faces for snowmen & penguins & angels. Angels, wreaths and beautiful flourish scripts for sentiments. I WANT IT ALL 🙂

  • 157
    Janie C says:

    I would love to see reindeer stamps… some whimsical and some traditional…

  • 158
    Carol W. says:

    I live in South Florida, so I would love to see a set that has sort of a tropical feel. It’s just not very believable when I send Christmas cards with snowflakes. 🙂 And of course great sentiments with that trademark Papertrey style!!

  • 159
    Janine says:

    Snow people!!!

  • 160
    jen shears says:

    I think a set of Papertrey style ornaments would be great- a couple of outlines, and some patterned ones… Anything PTI style would be great!

  • 161
    Sandi Ragusa says:

    Ooh, I love Christmas! I would love to see snowflakes and snowmen.

  • 162
    Elizabeth S. says:

    Gingerbread men and gingerbread houses.

  • 163
    Brenda says:

    I would love to see a set of beautiful snowflakes or maybe a wreath or some fantastic Christmas sentiments.

  • 164

    I would love to see an antique set, with some toys, ornaments,etc. Can’t wait to see the new releases.

  • 165
    Holly says:

    Oh my gosh, what a loaded question. I would love to see a Christmas ornament set – a larger stamp so we could feasibly cut out the ornament shapes and hang them on our trees.

    I love snowflakes, snowmen, winter scenes, Santas, gingerbread men (oh a gingerbread house would be FUN!), angels, stars, cute critters gathered around a tree, everything!!!!!!!

  • 166

    I’d love to see a large line art poinsettia that could be paper pieced or colored. Also maybe a beautiful PTI-style angel.

  • 167
    laura j says:

    Would love to see some angels and snowflakes! I love to make Christmas cards so any new holiday sentiments would be great!

  • 168
    Amber E says:

    I think a stoking set would be fun. Gingerbread men would also be cute. May’s release looks like a great one.

  • 169
    Sonya says:

    Hmm, how about a sleigh and items that could go into the sleigh like packages, toys, maybe a reindeer, bells, flourishes and a jolly santa? Matching sentiments and maybe a starry background?

    All the suggestions sound good.

    Sonya

  • 170
    Martha says:

    I always want more sentiments. So holiday sentiments for the inside of cards. Someone else mentioned stockings, that could be really cute. Let’s see you have done snowflakes, ornaments, trees (which I have all of). How about presents? Different packages, with different designs, ribbons for the top, etc.

  • 171
    Kelly Braund says:

    I love the ideas of stockings or gingerbread women/men you could customize similar to the snowmen from 2008 release. That would be really cute!

  • 172
    Steph Connor says:

    I would love to see a deep burgundy color ink and maybe some vintage or primitive-looking stamp sets:)

  • 173
    Dorothy says:

    I would love more package tags for homemade goodies, some more stamps of holiday houses like the Boards & Beams Holiday add on, I love winter scenes.

  • 174
    Amy says:

    Are you kidding??!! I’m still dying to buy Silent Night from last year! I love that set. I love how beautiful and classy that set is AND that it keeps with the true meaning of Christmas. Anything more like that may be more than my heart could hope for. 🙂

  • 175
    Beth Bo. says:

    I would love to see some larger sentiments and maybe wreaths.

  • 176
    Terri E. says:

    Anything your fabulous ladies put together I would LOVE!!! I really like sets that help me create things my little daughter can give to others. You are all so creative with gift ideas, so maybe you could make my life even easier this year. LOL!

    It’s a good life!
    Terri E.

  • 177
    Claudia Phame says:

    I would love to see trees! Is that too simplistic?

  • 178
    Rebekah says:

    Snowmen and some great patterned paper and matching ribbon.

  • 179
    Julie E says:

    A Christmas tree that could be decorated with different ornaments, plus lots of phrases – I never have enough for Christmas cards!

  • 180
    Jerri K says:

    I would like to see something with the nativity and a wintery church ready for the holidays.

  • 181
    Melody says:

    I would love holly, holly garland, and berries, classic Christmas colors, gift packaging ideas, and an elegant angel.

  • 182
    sara p. says:

    How about a religious set with angels and scripture verses?

    Sara P.

  • 183
    shelly powell says:

    I would love to see stamps in typical papertrey style that works with the scallop and circle spellbinders dies. I would help with easy gift tags and quick cards.

  • 184
    beth puckett says:

    I could see a cozy little holiday set with a fireplace, some stockings and small gifts.

  • 185

    Wreaths and stockings – – fun images to color with my new Copics!

  • 186
    Susan McRae says:

    I’d like a nice large wreath. And some various sized snowflakes too.

  • 187
    lindsey says:

    i loved the holiday tag set, maybe some more of those in a different shapes??

  • 188
    Aimee says:

    I would love to see more images of christmas for coloring. Love more sparkle. maybe even a holiday dp paper.

  • 189
    Kim W in NC says:

    I would love something with reindeer. :o)

    Thanks!

  • 190
    Stampin Pam says:

    I would love to see sentiments to cover a range of holidays greetings – I have several Jewish friends and would love a Happy Hanukkah in the mix, too. LOVE the May release!

  • 191
    Maureen P says:

    I only send out religious Christmas cards so some good phrases like Silent Night from last year would be great…maybe some images of the manger scene as well.

  • 192
    Katie says:

    I’ve read the other comments too and I’d love to see another holiday tag set too.

  • 193

    A couple of things come to mind for me. I would like to see a Nativity stamp set, and I would also like an inside Christmas scene — a fireplace hung with stockings, presents around a tree, little kids peeking down the stairs — something like that. I love all the stuff you have, of course, and naturally, I do WANT IT ALL. Thanks for a chance to win.

  • 194
    Melanie says:

    How about a stocking set that can be embellished different ways, and different mantels to hang them from? Or gingerbread men that can be decorated, or presents that can be decorated with polka dots, stripes, different ribbon…gift bags too!

  • 195

    I would love to see you come out next with a Christmas ornaments set! This past year I looked high and low for just the right Christmas ornament stamp. Some came close, but none were just right. After seeing what you’ve done with the new sets such as Fancy Flourishes and Star Prints, I know that you and your designers can get exactly I’m looking for in an ornament stamp!

  • 196
    danni says:

    I would love to see a “build a Christmas tree” (like the Scattered Showers umbrellas set) with various triangle tops & various trunks…. including cute Christmas greetings

  • 197
    Erin says:

    I’d love to see a set with lots of different ornaments in papertrey style. Some that need coloring and some patterned solids.

  • 198
    Ginny Schleich says:

    It seems like you have thought of everything…maybe gingerbread men or some “bling” to put in the center of more snowflakes! Love snowflakes. Anything you come up with will be perfect!

  • 199
    Ketha says:

    Personally, you can’t have enough snowflakes and snowmen… being that, I’d like sleigh with presents, perhaps a candle with peaceful sentiments, Christmas animals, nativity, angel.. oh, the list goes on and on.

  • 200
    Mary Beth says:

    Christmas has so many options. Perhaps several sets each with a theme. Snow-with snowflakes, snowmen, etc./gingerbread men/wreaths and trees with ornaments to decorate each…oh, the options are endless!

  • 201
    Lisa Cole says:

    Whimsical, large images to be colored with copics, and non-religious holiday sentiments. Like a larger Santa face w/beard and an eye that’s winking!

  • 202
    Jo Ann P Mooney says:

    I would love to see some religious scriptures about Christ’s birth. I would also love some Christmas tags and beautiful flourishes, maybe with holly and snowflakes.

  • 203
    Banu H says:

    I would like to see some nice Ornaments in PTI’s versatile style… and some good holiday sentiments that I can use with Warm Happiness and many other versatile sets of PTI…:) Loved that Shimmery Blue paper and would love to see some in Red and Green.

  • 204
    cheryl m says:

    I would love more different styles of Merry Christmas, Season’s Greetings, Happy New Year etc.

  • 205

    I would love some super cute reindeer and critters…a la Rudolph & The Island of the Misfit Toys. I’m obsessed with Bumble! It would totally be Christmas in May if I were to win this bundle! Oh my!

  • 206
    Linda W says:

    A set based on Christmas songs like the Love songs.
    That would be fun.

  • 207
    Deanna says:

    Fireplace / stocking set, you know, your brilliant layering type of set!

    A delicate christmas ball set.

    Sentiment set with Merry Christmas in different languages.

    A decorate the present set! Boxes, bows, pattern paper, layering set! Yum!

    Christmas party invitation set!

  • 208
    Anne Lawrie says:

    A nativity set would be nice.

  • 209
    Debra says:

    I’d love to see evergreen trees; plain and snow covered, wreaths. how about a snowflake background stamp set? dark blue and dark green shimmer paper.

  • 210
    sarah says:

    Possibilities are endless…
    Can’t go wrong with snowmen or snowflakes…
    maybe combine them! Navy and silver and glitter…oh my!

  • 211
    CarolLynn says:

    More gift tags that coordinate with punches.

  • 212
    Janel says:

    Stars would be great so that way you can use them for a variety of occasions!

  • 213
    Sue says:

    Christmas is so hard to think about right now. Let’s see, holly, wreaths, and Christmas ornaments would be great! Oh, another tag set in different shapes would be nice too.

  • 214
    Kimberly G says:

    I would like to see some holiday flowers and greenery like poinsettas. Or perhaps a play on the twelve days of Christmas. And there can never be too many word sets – maybe a set of holiday sayings that are mix and match.

  • 215
    Lori says:

    More snowmen and snowflakes, please!

  • 216
    Judy S says:

    Would love to see some angels … something to go along with the Flourishes set! And a nice sentiment set to go with the angels!

  • 217
    Shelly says:

    I would love it if you would do a series of Christmas stockings that can be embossed and then coloured – I’ve seen it done with ornaments and it was GORGEOUS! Also, given the economy at the moment, perhaps something traditional and comforting… maybe garland for the fireplace, a revisit of your wreaths and boughs – oh, and BOWS! I’m salivating just thinking of it! lol

  • 218
    Squeaks says:

    I like the idea of seasonal sentiments in some neat fonts. I also like the idea of snow babies. Whatever you come up with will be exciting to stamp!

  • 219
    Donna Garvin says:

    I would love to see Santa in a sleigh with reindeer. I also like gingerbread houses and people. I am sure the christmas release will be wonderful and a must have as I have yet to see a release that wasn’t wonderful.

  • 220
    kerry davis says:

    I’m thinking maybe a set w/ stockings and a fireplace – so you can add the # of kids you have, and choose a different style stocking for each child.

  • 221
    shari walker says:

    I would like to see another gift tag set, maybe something a tad bigger.. I would also like to see whimsical, reindeer, santas, trees…

  • 222
    Lori W says:

    Ooooh, that’s a hard one! Not what I expected. I have to say I love reindeer and would love to see them in PTI style. I also think customized stockings would be cute.

  • 223
    Julie Smith says:

    i have to say ornaments, bells and packages.

  • 224
    Erin L. says:

    Christmas with a “Vintage” feel.

  • 225
    Ally V. says:

    My family celebrates Christmas and my husband’s family celebrates Hanukkah. I would love to have a set that was based around seasonal sentiments that I could use in either circumstance. Snowmen, reindeer, penguins…….

  • 226
    Karen Murray says:

    I would love a vintage Christmas set–tags, christmas tree, wreath, vintage signs, etc. I would also love a snowman set-Papertrey style-but one piece with different patterns, kind of like Heart Prints and Star Prints but snowmen.

  • 227
    Heather P. says:

    After seeing the samples today with those amazing flourishes, an ornament set with flourishes would be awesome! I’m sure whatever you guys release will be *perfect*!

  • 228
    Kelley says:

    I would like to see a vintage/rustic set of santas,etc. Maybe a couple of sets of really big images that could take up a lot of room on a card front.

  • 229
    Lynn Brown says:

    How about Christmas trees and Christmas ornaments? Versatile ornaments & trees would be so fun!

  • 230
    Tracey C. says:

    I’m always looking to add more colors to my collection…I’d love a lime green to pair with pure poppy, or a navy blue that’s really rich. An ornament set would be very cool – or perhaps a great sentiment set, with a nice mix of fun and fresh along with traditional and classic, it would really help out those that like to make a few different designs for the holidays!

  • 231
    Katia says:

    Ponsetias,orchids… maybe simple but elegant new alphabet, other colors not the traditional green, red or gold. Because i’m live in the carribean i choose rich or deep tones.

  • 232
    Nancy N says:

    I would like to see Gingerbread people, Christmas Wreaths,Elegant Christmas trees, Christmas stocking that you could personalize with a name. I can’t beleive Christmas is just 6 1/2 months away!!

  • 233
    Roberta Layton says:

    I would love to see some of those wonderful buttons in Christmas colors and shapes! Also, I can see a beautiful patterned paper similar to the green tea leaves paper only with holly, snowflakes, etc.

  • 234
    Andee says:

    I’m the proud owner of Mazel Tove and additions, and I don’t think you could add more to that set. However, I would like to see a continued recognition of those who do not celebrate Christmas specifically, perhaps with more winter season and general holiday sentiments. Oh, I think a Boards & Beams Winter Addition with icicles, snow, a bare tree, etc. could be fun. Definitely love snowflakes, and, even though I don’t celebrate the holiday, I think the poster who mentioned an ornament set similar to last months tea and umbrella stamps would be versatile and classic in a way that only PTI can do.

  • 235
    Elizabeth K says:

    Something simple but yet very elegant looking would be my choice.

  • 236
    Janelle says:

    How about a Nativity along with scripture? Maybe the verse from Corinthians that says something like, “Thanks be to God for His indescribable gift.”

  • 237
    Cindy S says:

    I’d like to see something more natural. Reindeer would be a nice set, maybe some winter style of birds, holly berries, Maybe based off of Christmas Carols (Deck the halls, Silver bells, The Christmas song…)

  • 238
    Jamie says:

    for christmas, how about some new colors…navy to go with white and silver snowflakes. and a pine green for trees. oh wow, i cannot believe we are talking christmas in may 🙂

  • 239
    Josiane says:

    I love the idea of a 12 Days of Christmas set too! But I love elegant and simple designs otherwise.

    Thanks!

  • 240
    Carol says:

    Oh My! I would love to see some unique and elegant wreaths, snowflakes and reindeer. I would also love to have creatively shaped tags that could be used to decorate homemade treats!

  • 241
    LyndaC says:

    Oh my goodness – Christmas already!! I can barely think about next week much less that far in the future. But, I would absolutely love to see a set with holly and mistletoe paired with sentiments.

  • 242
    Barb Buckton says:

    More holiday tags with catchy sentiments

  • 243
    Rita says:

    A penguin set…similar to the owl set…with different applications, possible. And an igloo…to build a wintery scene.

    Candle set, like only Papertrey can design with lots of possibilities!

  • 244
    Amrita says:

    I would love to see snowflakes and ornaments in all shapes and sizes! A “12 Days of Christmas” set would be really neat too!

  • 245
    Lori H says:

    I would love another snowflake set, maybe with retro-style snowflakes. I would also like to have some great greetings & sentiments in dual fonts, too. Thanks for another great relase!

  • 246
    Charlene says:

    I would love to see a holiday sentiment set. I would like to see something other than/in addition to Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. I also would love to see something whimsical.

  • 247
    Susanna says:

    I would love to see a variety of birds and wreaths with some openess so I could use my copics, which I’m really into right now. And snowmen. I can never get enough snowmen and snowflakes. 🙂

  • 248
    Tricia Dee says:

    How about a set of “winter” trees?

  • 249
    Helen says:

    Ohhhh, how about snowflakes of all sizes with a punch? Would love to see some different trees, and how about gingerbread men too? Am I asking for too much Santa?
    Thanks so much for this awesome chance to win it all.

  • 250
    Susan says:

    Christmas ornaments, Christian Christmas images and sentiments, Christmas cookies, and some awesome cardstock!

    Susan, aka Soozie4Him on SCS

  • 251
    Judi Merryman says:

    That’s a really great question! I think a poinsettia stamp would be lovely. I would love to see candles too with a separate stamp for the flame. The candles could be patterned (stripes, polka dots, swirls) and a few sentiments that are biblically based would be nice.

  • 252
    BethieJ says:

    Oh I would LOVE more tags, a FUN ornament set.. (oh that could fit the punches! LOL!) Really I just LOVE Holidays and am looking forward to what PTI has for us!!!

  • 253
    Jennifer A says:

    i’d like to see snowy trees and branches and ornaments. I’d also like to see more words/phrases

  • 254
    angela says:

    I would love to see PTI’s take on snow scenes. Maybe some trees in the snow or deer in the snow.
    Thanks

  • 255
    MeganJ says:

    I would love to see an ornament set! Snowflakes would be okay, too. But either one NEEDS to have sentiments. I would like to see either in Papertrey’s unique style!

  • 256
    Hillary says:

    I loved the holiday tags from last year maybe bigger tags! Tree building would be fun!! I’m sure whatever comes out will be wonderful! Yall are great at deciding what will be best and what us customers “need!!” 🙂

  • 257
    Melissa C says:

    I would love to some additional Christmas trees with decorations to add to different size and shaped trees. Also I’d love some type of manger scene with optional wisemen, star, animals maybe a stable.

  • 258

    I second the request for a vintage (Victorian?) set. I love elegant stamps and see a lack of religious sets in this genre, as well. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 259

    Oooh – a baked goods/treat set. Cookies including gingerbread men, breads, candy canes, candy, etc. Maybe with some various tags or labels to put on our own homemade goods.

  • 260
    Michelle H in IL says:

    I like the stocking idea someone had. Reindeer could be nice as long as they are “Papertrey-ish” and not too cutesy. For winter how about some outdoor winter activities like snow shoes, sleds, snow covered trees, etc… Just a thought! Whatever you do with be awesome as always!

  • 261
    Sarah Wright says:

    I’d like a stamp set to somehow represent the Nativity scene. Papertrey Ink’s modern, clean look would be amazing!

  • 262

    I would love to see a Christmas Tree with a flourish twist to it with sentiments to go along with it.
    Kisha

  • 263
    Chong McAfee says:

    I would love to see cute-sy angel stamps!

  • 264
    Liz Thomas says:

    An ornament set sounds like fun, sentiments for the inside of holiday cards, and maybe even santa-land images for building scenes!

  • 265
    Marge says:

    Elegant is my fav for Christmas; would love Red & Green Shimmer papers; flourishes on reindeer, holly/berries, sleighs to emboss, glitter, use Champagne Dazzle on. I know whatever you come up with I’ll love! Flourishes is the “icing on the May cake” for me!!!

  • 266
    Mary says:

    My little brain is whirling, but I am sure I won’t come up with anything as clever as what you gals have up your sleeves… How about a simple Christmas sentiment set (JOY, PEACE, LOVE… from our house to yours), in a larger font (designed to be more of a focal point), with some classic images? I’m also loving the build-a-stocking set that I saw mentioned in one of the other comments… Thanks for the chance to win an AMAZING release!

  • 267

    How about some cute little, gift giving elves? Different gift boxes PTI style would also be cute.

    Poinsettias… A set of different wreaths that are compatible with the circle and scalloped circle nesties and/or punches…

    Velvet ribbon, snowflake vellum…umm, umm…lost my train of thought. Too tired… :O)

  • 268

    Um….a scroll/swirly Christmas Tree!

  • 269
    Linda says:

    I would love to see a set with a Christian emphasis, maybe a manger scene. That would be lovely. Thanks for asking.

  • 270
    Robin M. says:

    I would like to see maybe a snow scene with some deer gazing up at the star, with maybe some other wild animals such as rabbits, etc. A very serene scene of the saviors birth but also that can be used as a nature scene.

  • 271
    ljurecek says:

    Oh, wow! Way too early for Christmas. I’m dying for some gingham papers…not sure if that’s a good Christmas theme, though, maybe. Definitely, give us something that will coordinate with punches. I love it when you do that!

  • 272
    annheidel says:

    I would love another nugget/candy/homemade treats set with more patterns and sayings. I’d also love to see a set similar to Friends Till the End, but with a large poinsettia flower and seasonal sayings. Something a little more versatile – how about a Square Prints set with a variety of patterned squares? There could be additional images like bows and ribbons to make them presents for Christmas or birthday. Along with common seasonal sentiments, there could be sayings like “hip to be square” and such. I love many of the suggestions already listed too!

  • 273
    Angela says:

    OMG…Christmas in May? I would love to see items specific to packaging like cute tags, ribbons and wrappings. I loved the dove motif on one of the Christmas tags last year…perhaps an expansion on that theme. Thanks!

  • 274
    kara says:

    Vintage inspired ornaments. The shapes and patterns of the metallic painted glass ornaments. That would be awesome!!
    Kara

  • 275
    lindsey g says:

    I think some really great snowflakes, maybe some retro ones. I love anything with snowflakes, and they work for winter stamping, not just Christmas!

  • 276

    Build a sleigh with reindeer and santa gifts…ooh or build an ornament.

  • 277
    Donna Maddy says:

    A handpump with snow, cardinals… sort of vintage charm, maybe.

  • 278
    Lorelei says:

    Another set similar to the tags set, plus some more great holiday sentiments.

  • 279
    Kathy McDonald says:

    I vote for a Christmas village. Maybe a Santa, sleigh and reindeer that could be flying in the sky over the village. . .
    I’ll love ANYTHING you come up with!

  • 280
    Celeste says:

    I would love to see something like your Guide Lines set that has filigreed Christmas symbols to put in the spaces.

  • 281
    Lissete says:

    I would love to see a Victorian Christmas theme. Especially some Burgandy, Dark Green & Gold colors.

  • 282
    Diane McCaffrey says:

    I would love to see a Christmas Cookie set. A set with different cookie shapes, sprinkles and decorating stamps as well as coordinating phrases. Would be great for all those Christmas Cookies we make and give as gifts.

    Thank you Nicole and the Papertrey team for another great release!

    Diane

  • 283
    Valerie Y says:

    I would love a stamp set with pine cones and ornaments. Oh and Santas and reindeers too!

  • 284
    Lesa says:

    I would love to see more sets like Silent Night. Maybe a set with more sentiments for inside cards. I always have problems with those. Something in the elegant Papertrey fonts.

  • 285
    Belinda says:

    So I know you can’t make a whole set out of this but I think a sled image would be cute. 🙂 I loved sledding in the winter time and I think it could make part of a cute “Norman Rockwell” winter set. 🙂 Along with a fun pom pom hat and maybe some skis and ice skates. So really what I’m suggesting is a winter activities set? I know you guys don’t do people images but what about silhouette images of people skiing, skating, sledding etc? I *LOVE* silhouette images!

  • 286
    Kathleen Curry says:

    I love all the sets for packaging up holiday goodies. So, I’d love more sets to use with tins and bags and Timeless Templates to embelish home baked Christmas treats.

  • 287
    Nicole Morrow says:

    I’d love to see interchangeable snowflakes! That way no two will be the same. 🙂

  • 288
    Jill H says:

    I would like to see a set of different stockings, or maybe a build your own gingerbread man set (like the snowmen).

  • 289
    Heather B. says:

    I would really like to see a PTI nativity set! A stable, Mary, Joseph, Baby Jesus, an angel & a star. It would be great to create a “true meaning of Christmas” scene!
    Thanks so much for the chance to win!!
    Heather B.

  • 290
    Carol Hinton says:

    I adore Santa stamps, so it would be wonderful if you made a set of stamps based on this theme. Tags that coordinate with punches and New Years stamps would also be great to see!

  • 291
    moster says:

    Hmmmm. For Christmas and the rest of the year, too, I’d love to see a lime green ink and paper. I love pink and green for Christmas and can’t seem to find the right green. I’d also love a whimsical set with images of Santa, reindeer, elves, candy canes, a wreath, maybe Mrs Claus.

  • 292
    Amy Hallagin says:

    A simple, elegant, Biblical set would be WONDERFUL!! I’m sure whatever is released, will be beautiful!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

  • 293
    Wendalyn says:

    I would love to see more Christmas paper and Ribbon. Maybe some stamps that look like Ornaments would be great… and more glitter 🙂

  • 294
    Carrie T says:

    It’s hard to think about Christmas when we are finally getting some decent weather! Anyway, I think maybe some evergreen boughs, wreaths, candles. . .

  • 295
    Pattie Brown says:

    Christmas release….Christmas sentiments like the handwritten set. I’m sure the girls would come up with some funny sayings.

  • 296

    Now that the flourish set is out, I don’t know if I need much more! Maybe a set of only sentiments and quotes or some really nice vintage images. I am sure whatever you come up with will be fantastic!

  • 297
    Gina says:

    I’d like to see a Christmas tree set that could be customized with different ornaments, but I’m sure whatever Papertrey makes will be absolutely wonderful!

  • 298
    Holly Field says:

    You are so awesome asking us what we would like to see!! Honestly whatever you do will be awesome. I would like to see you do the Christmas card examples/templates again. Also a gift-giving ideas from the DT would be great:) Thanks..and can I just say my Christmas wish is one day to win PTI’s “I Want it All” contest:)

  • 299
    Theresa says:

    I would love to see an elegant set with for example trees with snow on them and a whimsical set with santa, reindeer etc. I would love both sets to have the versatility to make a scene. Thanks for such great fun this month!

  • 300
    Ann Lind says:

    I would love to see a set that included small figures that could be used to build gift tags such as: snowmen, penguins, santa, reindeer, poinsettias, snowflake etc. Thanks for a wonderful week of peeks for the release and a chance to “WIN IT ALL” Ann Lind

  • 301
    Barbara says:

    i too would like to see an ornament set for creating gift tags,and I can never have enough sentiment stamps

  • 302
    Terri Schenck says:

    I would like to see something non-traditional Christmas, maybe a wintery scene or landscapes. Perhaps something that depicts the warmth of giving without the actual present symbol. How’s that for a challenge?

  • 303
    Kim FAucher says:

    I would love a wordly peace set… either with a globe or around the world type theme.. different ways to say Happy Holidays etc..

  • 304
    Jenn says:

    Wow, I am waiting for it to warm up and now I have to think Christmas….. I’d like to see wreaths you can decorate.. maybe some holly too.

  • 305
    kprakken says:

    I have always love polar bears. I would love to set a Christmas/Winter set with polar bears.

  • 306
    Cathy says:

    Gingerbread boys/girls – with different patterns vests,skirts, bows and bowties and other little accessories! How stinkin’ cute would those be?

  • 307
    Julie Batta says:

    I would love a Christmas stamp set that is full of variety. I am not one to want a full set of snowflakes or a whole set of trees but a variety of different things. For example maybe a stocking, a tree, a wreath, a snowflake, a snowman, a Santa, a star, an angel, and some greetings. BTW, I just love your stamps, they are incredible.

  • 308
    Susan Hall says:

    Christmas Trees Snowmen Reindeer Wreaths Stockings A christmas Village skating pond. I love Christmas anyways so anything christmas would do. Susan

  • 309
    Sharron Gregory says:

    How about a set of santas, from old world to retro. Images that could be paper pierced or colored would be fun! And I loved last year’s Holiday Tags. I think a 2009 version would be fantastic!

  • 310
    Wahinelei says:

    I’d love to see Christmas patterned paper with coordinating accessories. Something elegant!

  • 311
    Emily says:

    I would love to see some striped and polka dotted Christmas paper. Oh, and some Christmas stamps that are outline images so they can be colored. I would also LOVE to see more sentiments! I love the style of your sentiments. My most used Christmas sentiments are from Take a Bough. I love the fonts!

  • 312
    Donna says:

    I would like a set with a nice vairety of classic Christmas images…candy canes, Christmas trees, elves, wreaths, etc.

  • 313

    I would love a tree to decorate or maybe a fireplace and mantle you could decorate with holly swags or stockings. Maybe notes to Santa and a “milk and cookies” stamp.

    I know what ever you do I will love!

  • 314
    chris p. says:

    You can never have enough snowflakes and snow related items and sayings in my book!

    Chris

  • 315
    Kera Simpson says:

    Make your own Christmas tree… with different styles of tiers (whimsical, classic etc.) and decorations 🙂

  • 316

    I love how Papertrey is always so elegant – I’d love to see a classy line of papers in lovely, classic, deep colors. Maybe some stamps that feature silhouettes of Christmas items (gingerbread men, snowmen, elves, etc.) along the same lines as Birds of a Feather, which is one of my faves! Also, maybe something that could coordinate with punches, the way Borders & Corners does!

  • 317
    Sharon says:

    I would love to see a set with bells.

  • 318
    Kellie B says:

    Hard to think about Christmas when the sun is finally shining! I loved the holiday tags last year & would love to see part 2! I think Christmas will be more thoughtful & homemade this year, so something for gift giving. Anything with the Papertrey Ink name will be wonderful, I am sure!!

  • 319
    cindy b says:

    Oh, I would love to see Gingerbread Men, and a 2nd set of the Holiday baking set would be great! Also, a set with stockings and some presents..a few different sizes and of course, some you can color yourself and some that are already patterned..would be wonderful! Thanks for giving us the chance to give our input!

  • 320
    Lisa says:

    I’m thinking another Santa set would be awesome –perhaps silhouettes only, though… Or a set that has some silhouette only images? Thanks!

  • 321
    Becky P. says:

    This is a really great question, and since we are in a recession, and homemade gifts will be something I will be doing a lot of this season. I would like to see a set that coordinates really well with one of Lauren’s templates to make elegant and sophisticated packaging for homemade gifts. Your team at PTI does that really well already. Also, it would be really great to have a card kit or two or three, like you did with friends for the end, for Christmas cards. I loved last season when the DT did their own interpretations of handmade Christmas cards which were easy to mass produce. A Christmas card kit would be awesome.

  • 322
    Stephanie says:

    How about angels with flourishes and stars..and glitter!

  • 323

    I can never get enough of cute snowmen! And Christmas sentiments. The flourishes will be great for Christmas cards…I can see it already!

  • 324
    annie says:

    I would like to see a snow globe set with holiday related images to stamp inside the globe. Also, a Christmas village stamp set.

  • 325
    Angela B. says:

    I would love to see add ons for the Warm Happiness set.

  • 326
    cherie says:

    I would love to see Angels blowing long horns, etc….that could go with the flourishes.
    I also see Christmas flowers that could be paired with the flourishes (and the angels).
    I really like it when I can build upon the sets I purchase from you.

    🙂

  • 327
    Jennifer S. says:

    I would love to see a more traditional Christmas tree with ornaments and presents. Maybe a couple stars for the top. I really like Believe, but my dh doesn’t think the tree looks like a Christmas tree. Maybe a PTI style poinsettia.

  • 328
    Denean says:

    Background Basics: snowflakes and holly leaves 🙂
    Honestly, any Christmas set made Papertrey style will be awesome!

  • 329
    Monica Jantz says:

    I would love to see a “Flourishy Merry Christmas with swirly snowflakes, holly and berries, and other holiday themes, all done flourish style! I’m sure whatever you do will be wonderful! Thanks for a chance to win!

  • 330
    pltaylor says:

    When I think of winter – I think of Snow Days (I’m an elementary school teacher.) Perhaps a special set to celebrate the excitement of having an unexpected day off from school. Also those special holiday foods, a collections of ornaments, a Christmas Village/Houses, some wonderful giftgiving templates and ….

  • 331
    Anne G says:

    Large ornate snowflakes and ornaments. Large bare trees with lots of branches and maybe a small cardinal stamp to perch on the tree.

  • 332
    Crisanne Durrant says:

    I would love to see a stamp that portrayed the nativity. All the ones I see now are very cutesy and cartoonish. I would love to see a Papertrey rendition – something simple, yet stunning. Somewhere on the same lines as Mazel Tov. Of course, it would have to go wonderfully with the sentiments in Silent Night!

  • 333
    Cindy Vernon says:

    I would love to see xmas presents and ornaments and sentiments!

  • 334
    yuki says:

    I would love to see an ornaments set! I’m sure with the PTI flair, it will be perfect!!!

  • 335
    Hope Jones says:

    Big and small stockings! With an outline image, solid one, and patterns like the heart prints, teachers apple and star prints….

    Hopemarie

  • 336
    saral says:

    I think ornaments would be great where I could stamp different designs on it. Presents would also be nice, ones where I could stamp different bows on them…

  • 337
    Maryann T. says:

    I would love to see a nativity scene and some verses to go along with it about Christmas!

  • 338
    Melissa says:

    I’d love to see some christmas lights and perhaps a stocking/fireplace set.

  • 339
    JP says:

    As a guy, I’d like to see some wildlife and winter themed stamps. Snow rabbits, snow owls, deer, birds, etc with trees, a cabin, etc.

    JP

  • 340

    I’d love to see another tag set, for sure!
    Definitely some line art images for the Copics.

    A new green and red or pink color. Some fresh twist on traditional Christmas colors.

  • 341

    How about a reindeer set drawn by Melissa Bickford! I can just imagine it would be as cute as her perfect little birds!!

  • 342
    Kelly B says:

    I like to make home baked goods for friends and neighbors, so anything to help make it more special would be terrific!

  • 343
    Elise says:

    i would love to see something whimsical….maybe with some penguins and other arctic critters and christmas trees!

  • 344
    Peggy Sue says:

    Angels, Angels and more beautiful Angels.
    Some pretty Christmas paper. And maybe a cute Rudolph.

  • 345
    Oralia says:

    How about some fancy bow stamps?!! Someone also mentioned holly and wreaths which I would love. Thanks for asking!

  • 346
    angela n. says:

    cute sentiments and/or stamps for homemade gifts! thanks for offering such an awesome giveaway, good luck everyone 🙂

  • 347
    Chris says:

    Great question! Let’s see: 1) a reindeer and sleigh set, 2) a sentiment set with words from various Christmas songs, 3) snowy branches and some animals that you’d find in the snowy woods, 4) a winter tree set with pines and other trees, with and without snow.

  • 348
    Jeni Barbas says:

    Holiday Tags 2009!!

  • 349
    Joan E. says:

    I can see a fancy elaborate sleigh with different size, shape, and design of packages in the sleigh. Another vote for penguins. Thanks for the chance to win.

  • 350
    Amy says:

    I would love to see gingerbread men, maybe even some candy accents.

  • 351
    Alice Roushia says:

    I would love to see a baking set. Gingerbread men, choc. chips, cookies–You could even use the Star and decorate it like a cookie, spoons, bowls, etc. Alice R.

  • 352
    Geri Freeman says:

    How about some pretty sprigs or boughs of holly and/or evergreen that could frame in or flow around some nice holiday sentiments?
    Similar to the “With Sympathy” style. I’m always looking for things that work well with packaging and handmade gifts, too!

  • 353
    Betty says:

    I would love to see some festive Christmas background images. Whether for actual cardmaking or for adding detail to white wrapping paper or Christmas projects.

    Musical score and Assorted Christmas songs sentiments done in the Papertrey style.

  • 354
    Janis says:

    I would love to have a wreath set, something more than what we got with Rustic Branches. It could be designed with the holidays in mind then you could make an additional small set to use for other celebrations. In addition, I’d like to have more options for packaging goodies to use as gifts for hostesses, co-workers, etc. I’d especially like to see some designs and sentiments that would coordinate with Lauren’s templates.

  • 355
    Paula Laird says:

    More snowflakes! Sentiments that aren’t specifically for Christmas. A calendar set so we can make our own fabulous calendars!

  • 356
    nina says:

    Hmm… how about some holiday patterned paper? In PTI colours of course…

  • 357
    Lee Cockrum says:

    Wow, what a question!! There are so many great ideas already, and so many people have said what I am thinking, that whatever you come up with will be great.

    I love holly, reindeer, the penguin suggestion is fun. Gifts/packages with different ways to stamp them.

    I would love to win this time, all the sets are so great!

  • 358
    ~Lana B~ says:

    A sleigh that can be elegant or playful. Another great release! Congrats!
    ~Lana B~

  • 359
    elaine says:

    Holiday tags with traditional Christmas designs, star shaped buttons, and a friends and family word set. I really get into Christmas – it’s my favorite time of year. Of course, whatever you come out with for Christmas will be extraordinary!

  • 360
    Deborah (Glitterati) says:

    I’d love a beautiful rich burgundy color and an ornament set.

  • 361
    Marisa says:

    Candles or maybe some cute carolers.

  • 362
    Gerri K says:

    I’d like to see an elegant Christmas set. Trees… angels… stars. And beautiful sentiments.

  • 363
    Renee says:

    Ornaments, snowflakes…or even a cute santa!

  • 364

    Christmas candies of all sorts would be nice.

  • 365

    Snowmen would be fabulous, with some beautiful snowflake and great PTI sayings.

    A pet christmas/holiday set. My kitty is the only child and loves…to send cards…lol.

  • 366
    Teresa says:

    I would love to see something with the nativity (including wise men) and/or something to do with reindeer. Also a Christmas cookie set wherevyou can decorate them – yum!!!

  • 367
    Jeaneen says:

    A gingerbread house to ‘build’ and decorate.

    Cookie exchange invite and decorations for the cookie bags.

  • 368
    Susan Block says:

    I love Christmas trees and ornaments. I love the snowflake set from last year so I am sure you will come up with something WONDERFUL!
    Susan

  • 369
    christinem says:

    I would love to see a Nativity set and an Angel set. The gingerbread house with add-ons sound fun also. Thanks

  • 370
    Katie Skiff says:

    I would like to see some funky and hip tag stamps…something that could make some groovy tags for gifts.

  • 371
    Linda C. says:

    A religious set

  • 372
    Tammy says:

    Stockings, ornaments, trees that can be paper pieced. Love what I see tonight.

  • 373
    Sarah Fisher says:

    Santa’s coming early this year! I agree with some of the other posts–gingerbread men (ones you can assemble like Melissa’s snowmen), holiday icons like candy canes, more snowflakes 🙂 I also love the idea of rich, dark winter colors for paper, ribbon, buttons and ink. Thanks for asking!

  • 374
    Babies- Beth says:

    Oh my- we have enough snowflakes, I think! I love the stocking idea! We must have a navy blue! A fir tree green would be nice, too! I love Pure Poppy for Christmas!! I can’t believe we are talking snow when I am waiting for summer, lol lol lol!!

  • 375

    I think it would be fun to create a set that coordinates with the 12 countdown to Christmas. It could be used to make gifts, or fun cards, or maybe even some type of advent calendar…I am totally in LOVE with everything this release. Everyone did such a superb job!

  • 376
    Maria Casado says:

    a set with a variety of Christmas ornaments the ornaments could be different sizes and shapes and have different patterns that could be interchanged

  • 377

    I would LOVE to see ornaments along the lines of heart prints and star prints… 🙂
    Thanks for asking!! 🙂

  • 378
    Kim Bell says:

    You can come up with anything for the holidays and it would be great! A stocking set, more snowflakes, pine branches, pine cones, etc. It will all be amazing I’m sure!

  • 379
    krista says:

    I would love to see a beautiful manger scene with Mary, Joseph & baby Jesus…some nice sentiments or verses with it…a star of Bethlehem.

    Hard to think that far ahead with summer break almost here!

    love your products! : )
    krista

  • 380
    Christine says:

    I would love to see a darker blue and maybe a stocking set with a bulb addition!! I love blues!!

  • 381
    Angela (SCS monkeymama) says:

    Great question! Soon it will be time to start thinking about the holidays…. I would love to see an elegant, peaceful dove—one that would work well with the florishes. It would also be fun to have a cookies and milk set; the cookie “base” could be stamped and then the toppings stamped next. Maybe some candy as well…. Maybe a checklist to go with it—have you been naughty or nice? Thank you for the chance to win!

  • 382
    Kris says:

    I’ve been patiently waiting for add ons to the Recipe Box stamp set…not just for Christmas/Winter, but holidays all through the year.

  • 383
    Isabel Z says:

    I believe that this is a different idea. How about a set of penguins with different personalities that can be decorated with Christmas items such as a Santa hat for their heads, candy canes for them to hold in their flippers, presents to tuck around their feet, etc. Then throughout the year you could design additional sets for different holidays such as bunny ears for Easter, baskets to put over their flippers, etc. My son LOVES penguins and has a large collection of them so I thought that this would make fun cards for him. I never gave penguins much thought until he started collecting them and they are cute. Maybe there are other penguin lovers out there.

  • 384
    Kim M says:

    I am really into trees right now, so some tree stamps would be nice. Also, lots of buttons in Christmas colors!

  • 385
    jaime aldridge says:

    how about reindeer? a few different ones that you could line up like they are pulling santa’s sleigh. or how about a set with a bunch of different sized and patterened stockings? and maybe it could come with a mantel to hang them from.

  • 386
    Sallie says:

    I would love to see some “natural” elements….pinecones, holly, mistletoe, etc.

  • 387
    Julie Kaehler says:

    I would love to see a set of primitive animals-reindeer, sheep, doves, etc. Another idea would be pine trees, pine branches with pine cones, etc. And finally – angels. I have yet to see a good set of angels, not cutesy.
    I would also love to win this months pick all. I am so inspired by PTI.
    Thank you.

  • 388
    Yvette says:

    Ooh, I would love to see beautiful snowflakes, ornaments, and a Christmas tree!

  • 389
    ann says:

    oh boy anything you offer this holidays will be a sure hit but since you asked – how about something shabby chic-ish. i’m already excited just thinking about it.

  • 390

    I’ve been thinking about that- what an honor to have been asked. I think maybe images that could be used to create a scene. A tree, some presents, a fireplace, stockings……. Make a “homey” card or use in a scrapbook.

  • 391
    Wendy F. says:

    Christmas trees and stockings! They never go out of style and I can just imagine the great things PTI would do with them. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 392
    Yvette says:

    snowglobe stamp set with interchangable pieces. Anything with glitter! What about paper colors that are non-traditional. What about some fun New Year’s stamps.

  • 393
    Kristy says:

    I would like to see religious card sentiments…..like for the inside of the cards. Also gingerbread people!

  • 394
    Kirsten says:

    I would like to see Gingerbread..the house, men, gumdrops, candy canes, ribbon candy, etc…..

  • 395
    Stephanie says:

    LOVE the tags! What about a simple mantle background and several different stocking patterns. Maybe a stocking holder that can be personalized with Simple Alphabet for each family member. And a fire for the fireplace. 😉

  • 396
    Janet says:

    I agree, snowflakes and snowmen and all that snowmen would need.

  • 397
    lee says:

    I would love to see some beautiful, Christmas ribbon and matching buttons. As it is Summer in South Africa that time of year, I would like to see a stamp set that does not have a Wintery theme. Maybe a poinsettia stamp set. I love poinsettias.

  • 398
    Donna says:

    I know you have Christmas traditional & cute, but I absolutely loved “Silent Night” last Christmas. It was a gorgeous set, requiring very little to make extraordinary presentations. I’d love to see more sets about the birth of Christ!

  • 399
    Kimberly S says:

    I would love to see a Nativity scene, or a Holy Family scene and cranberry colored paper.

  • 400
    Amy says:

    Santa, his sleigh and reindeer. A set with a “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas” theme or a ” 12 Days of Christmas” theme

  • 401
    Maria Filgueira says:

    a set with a tree that can decorated with different Christmas items and then later in the year you can release sets to decorate the tree for different holidays

  • 402
    geralyn says:

    I think a stamp set with Christmas tree, stockings and vintage toys would be nice.

  • 403
    Jody B. says:

    I would love to see some type of beautiful manger scene with classic PTI style. Coordinating sentiments/scriptures would finish it off:)

  • 404
    Rebecca says:

    Oh, I can think of a billion different things! But an elegant wintergreen tree would be awesome. Big images that don’t require a lot of time to make multiple cards, but end up totally elegant!!!

  • 405
    Tracey says:

    I would love to see all different shapes and sizes of snowflakes! Also sentiments and inner card saying would be much appreciated 🙂 Thanks for a chance to win!!!

  • 406
    calliezant says:

    Christmas ornaments…Like Take a Bough, but larger.

  • 407
    Wendy W. says:

    I agree that a lovely wreath set/pine bough set would be terrific! Or maybe some Christmas toys??? Pretty much everything you guys ever do is awesome and we all seem easy to please . . . 🙂

  • 408
    Anna says:

    How about a big Santa or Snowman face like you have for the Halloween pumpkin faces. That way we can make cute holiday bags with their faces on the bags.

  • 409
    Kelly says:

    I would love stamps for packaging homemade gifts. Plus I would love to see the ideas the designers come up with for their projects with those!

  • 410
    Kristi Lewis says:

    Wow, the Christmas sets from last year totally rocked-maybe some gingerbread men or large ornaments. Maybe more scripture.

  • 411
    AnneSATX says:

    Snowflakes, wreaths, tags, sentiments, stockings, or whatever you all dream up. You always amaze me with the ingenious ideas you come up with — usually something I never would have dreamed in using the way you show us. Whatever you come up with, I’m sure I’ll love it and NEED it! Thanks!

  • 412
    Michelle says:

    Patterned Paper in your beautiful colors!

  • 413
    Ann I. says:

    Snowflakes that can be used year round. Actually any image that can be used year round.

  • 414
    Avital says:

    A generic holiday set, elegant, sophisticated greetings and embellishments – for all the holidays of all the different religions…

    Lavish paper pads with flocking and foiling would be great too.

    Lace (vintage) trims will be fabulous as well!

  • 415
    TishSch says:

    Penguins and ornaments! And reindeer! And, oh yeah, don’t forget the stockings!

  • 416
    Kristin O says:

    I’d like to see a Christmas religious set, with a manger scene and sentiments to match. Great question, I can’t wait to see what you come up with!

  • 417
    Barb says:

    I would love to see more christmas tags and a vintage christmas set. It could have a vintage Santa, holly, stocking, postmark replica, etc. I would love to see vintage paper to coordinate with it as well in rich tones such as a deep burgandy and green. Oh, and a set of sentiments where the font and tone coordinate with the vintage theme. Am I asking for too much! lol!!!

  • 418
    Kerry Fitzpatrick says:

    THERE ARE HUNDREDS OF CUTE HOLIDAY STAMPS BUT WHAT IS REALLY LACKING IS SOME TASTEFUL AND ELEGANT RELIGIOUS STAMPS…I WOULD LIKE TO BUY A GORGEOUS NATIVITY STAMP COMPLETE WITH THE WISE MEN, SHEPHERD AND LAMBS, ANGELS AND OF COURSE AN ELEGANT STAR….I’M THINKING A VICTORIAN LOOK WITH FLOURISHES. TAGS WITH BIBLE VERSES TO PUT WITH GIFTS. ANYTHING THAT WILL GET US BACK TO THE REAL REASON FOR CHRISTMAS!

  • 419
    rose says:

    a gingerbread family would be cute!

  • 420
    Otter says:

    OH!!! ITA with the person that said a stocking set!! Different patterns etc!!

  • 421
    Heather M says:

    PTI was so innovative with the ‘Build a Snowman’ last year that I’d love so see you ‘Build a Santa’ for this winter season. I can just imagine this- can’t you?!

  • 422
    little one says:

    I would love to see more winter/holiday season sentiments as opposed to religious ones. I have friends of many faiths and make holiday cards as opposed to Christmas cards.

  • 423
    Fayrai says:

    Winter is not a favorite time of year so anything wintry would be cool

  • 424
    Tami says:

    I’d have to agree with all of what everyone has already said….I know….a cop out! But my favs would have to be snowflakes and presents….:)

    Tami

  • 425
    Lolita says:

    I would love to see a native scene. You could build the manger, and baby Jesus would be just the cutest. You could have the three wise men and a star of course and animals to place in different places. Thank you for the chance to win. I’ll keep my fingers crossed tonight.

  • 426
    Lindsey says:

    My request for any stamp set at Christmas would be one that looks great with little to no coloring needed. The only way I can finish Christmas cards is if the stamp looks great just as it is. Does that make sense? I would also *love* to see a nativity set.

  • 427
    Melissa Sibert says:

    I would like to see a nice set with more food packaging sentiments that would work for Christmas but all year too. Some nice blueberry colored paper that would look regal and bright. More printed papers with Christmas colors and prints. Gingerbread men, a set maybe with some tags with food items on them like cookies, or maybe a cookie set with sugar cookie shapes you could decorate with glitter sprinkles. Candy canes and ornaments or customized presents. A flourish or background set for making your own wrapping paper or gift bags. Shimmer!!

  • 428
    Sandy Thelen says:

    Angels and snowflakes, shimmery cardstock in red and green, velvet ribbon in Christmas colors, kis making snow angels, packaging for holiday treats, Christmas sentiments…….

  • 429
    Amy Neff says:

    I would love to see rich colors with maybe some gold and silver accents. I love anything Christmas, but I’ve been in search of a set with Bible verses and beautiful, elegant graphics to go with it. Also, on the “fun” side…some more tags and maybe some ornaments that could be decorated.

  • 430
    Valerie Trog says:

    I would like to see a Vintage Looking Christmas set. I’m really into old memories and thoughts of Christmas past.

  • 431
    GINA says:

    I would love to see a “Merry Christmas” set in a larger size in various fonts, esp. the “Birds of a Feather” font (love it!). I would also like to see a modern nativity set or an addition to “Silent Night”, with more Christmas scripture.

  • 432
    Ferah says:

    I would like to see a “coastal Christmas” set of stamps with a bit of a vintage flavor. Fun!

  • 433
    BarbaraB says:

    I have lots of Christmas ideas…..
    Angels with an elegant touch that would go with the flourishes that are coming out; maybe something builable with different items an angel can hold.
    A buildable wreath and/or Christmas tree.
    A nativity set.
    Gingerbreadman/woman.
    Poinsettias and holly
    More Christmas sentiments…….

  • 434
    Barb S says:

    I’d like some elegant reindeer with some flourishes, along with some wonderful PaperTrey-style sentiments. I just love the gorgeous fonts you all come up with!

  • 435
    Kathy says:

    I would like to see a set that has a variety of holiday images … poinsettia, wreath, ornaments, etc. I’m sure if it’s done in Papertrey style it would be a must-have! Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 436

    Hmmm…Christmas…I’d like to see some swirly snowflakes, stockings, and maybe something cool to make large tags. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 437
    Steph J says:

    I know I will fall in love with whatever comes out! maybe some cut out sugar cookies to decorate! That sounds yummy! Great, now, I’m hungry!

  • 438
    Sharon D says:

    I would like some lovely PTI poinsettia stamps. And I’d also like a largish topiary stamp (larger than in Boards and Beams), that could be for Christmas (with red berries) or could be for any time of year.

    Mainly I’d like a great big PTI gift certificate. 🙂

  • 439
    Renee V. says:

    I would love to see a religious set – maybe Christmas trees, ornaments, song/music set, etc.
    I’m sure that whatever you come up with will be perfect!
    Hugs!

  • 440
    Mary B says:

    For Christmas cards, I usually do elegant, so your Silent Night set is a perfect starting point. For the winter season, snow scenes are good, as well as themes about staying warm. Oh, and trees! Thanks for the chance to win the wonderful releases this month!

  • 441
    Brenda says:

    Snowmen are my favorite, so anything snowman or snowflake like would be wonderful. Thank you for the chance to win.

  • 442
    Silke Ledlow says:

    I love Christmas – yeahhh!!! I think I would like to see ornaments and snowflakes – more in a flourished design!!! Can’t wait to see what you will come up with for that season :)?!?

  • 443
    Caren says:

    Wow! Another Santa set would be nice with some more elegant sentiments. Hmmm, maybe even a nice angel set. I haven’t been able to find one I like yet. It’s hard to think about X-mas right now when it is over 100 here in AZ. Can’t wait to see the reveal!!

  • 444
    Debbie says:

    Gingerbread families, house and a tray of cookies etc – that would just be too cute!!

  • 445

    Papers with matching buttons and ribbons for fun gift packaging.

    I’d also love to see some other holidays represented, like Hanukkah.

  • 446
    Jan Brooks says:

    Different stacking boxes of Christmas presents and ribbons would be cute for cards.

  • 447
    Angie Tieman says:

    I would love to see snowmen and polka dots!

  • 448
    Mary says:

    Would love to see a tree and wreath stamp. One that looks like a bunch of snowflakes were stamped to give it that look. Does that make ANY sense?

  • 449
    Jessica Purvis says:

    Elegant snowflakes in various sizes; a snowy evergreen tree (that is more realistic looking than cartoony or cutesy) with optional Christmas lights; a horse and sleigh; a manger scene complete with shepherds, wise men, and appropriate animals; elegant Christmas scripture sentiments; winter greenery; more tags and labels

    As far as colors, I’d like to see a rich evergreen green and a rich burgundy. Also gold and silver elastic cord.

  • 450
    Toni_M says:

    I would love to see new sentiments – some really fun ones.

  • 451
    Stacey Reynolds says:

    I agree that anything you come up with would be awesome. I would like to see a stocking set with changeable patterns.

  • 452
    carmen says:

    I WOULD LOVE TO SEE A SANTA STAMP WITH PACKAGES AND REINDEER

  • 453
    Michele says:

    More christmas light bulb themed stamps.

  • 454
    Tina Handshy says:

    I’d love to see various gingerbread men with gumdrop candies etc.

  • 455
    Dianne says:

    How about sequel to love songs…called “Christmas Carols”?

  • 456
    Cara says:

    Oh my goodness, is there anything you haven’t done already?

    Maybe a “decorate the tree” set?

  • 457
    karen q says:

    I would love to see reindeer and woodland themes.

  • 458

    I would love to see gingerbread people… and retro Christmas stuff! I {heart} really cool retro!

  • 459
    Katie says:

    I would love to see some beautiful snowflakes!! I’m sure they would be awesome!

  • 460
    Heather M. says:

    pretty snowflakes and more stars!

  • 461
    Vanessa says:

    Snowmen I would love snowmen either that or a christmas village.

  • 462
    CrazyCurl says:

    I’d love to see another tag set. Last year’s was so neat!

  • 463
    Mindy Eggen says:

    I would love to see Christmas sentiments with your particular “Papertrey Ink” font. That is one of the main things that drew me into the products and I just keep finding more and more and more wonderful items! Maybe also some stockings. Images that would work good for coloring with my brand new copic markers!

  • 464
    Paulina says:

    Some pretty Winter trees!

  • 465
    BarbW says:

    What a wonderful question!I would love to see a set with some elegant, flourished reindeer. Along with a gorgeous sleigh for them to pull, with lots of gift type images to put in the sleigh. I would love to see a set with a few lyrics from traditional Christmas and winter songs, rendered in a beautiful font. And I would love a deep forest green cardstock, with all of the coordinating accessories and also a wonderful rich blue.~Well, I could go on and on. I think about Christmas all the time!
    Thank you for the opportunity to win such awesome, awesome products.
    Blessings~
    Barb

  • 466
    lainey says:

    I would like to see a variety of presents/packages and maybe a couple different types of Christmas trees to go with it.

  • 467
    Carol R says:

    I’d like to see ribbon in Christmas color plaids. Maybe paper in patterns to coordinate with the holiday stamp sets. Shimmery paper. Stockings and old fashion toys & dolls stamps.

  • 468
    sheila gill says:

    Santa stamps would be nice.

  • 469
    Sammie says:

    I’d love to see a winter or Christmas version of Background Basics with holly leaves and snowflakes.

  • 470
    Shay says:

    I would love to see stamps inspired by vintage ornaments perhaps that can also be used to make backgronds, Christmas backgrounds (like text from famous poems, songs), garlands (berries, greens, lights), building wreaths, maybe a take on the 12 days of Christmas and I agree about the Nutcrakers. I would also love to see Papertrey Ink come out with a deep, dark blue color collection. No matter what I know I will love whatever you design and release!

  • 471
    Barbara Howell says:

    I would love to see a cute sleigh and raindeer,maybe some packages for the sleigh. Also some ornaments. Something similar to the Stampin UP Christmas Rose stamp that can be colored but different flowers.

  • 472
    Renee says:

    I love trees with ornaments. Or maybe an ornament set for the grid background series. 🙂

  • 473
    Sue in Grapevine says:

    I would love the word Noel w/the accent on the “e”, like it is in French.

  • 474
    Melissa says:

    Something not connected to winter or snow. I love snowmen, snowflakes and all things wintery but here in the Southern hemisphere Christmas isn’t all about snow and it’s sooooo hard to find a Christmas set that avoids these. I loved “believe” because of this but would like a new set to play with this christmas! Some bigger ornaments would be fab – to be the focal point on a card or to turn into an ornament – like those retro silver 60s glass ornaments with the patterned centers.

  • 475
    Kat Salmon says:

    Gingerbread ladies and gentlemen with your FABULOUS recipe cards would be a real winner!

  • 476
    Susan says:

    I would love to see a nativity, maybe some angels. Thanks, Susan

  • 477
    Sue Lelli says:

    I vote for sentiments, maybe verses from the Bible or hymns? I am all about the sentiments!

  • 478
    Shelby says:

    Ooooh… glitz and glamour (for accessories, of course)!

    Ornaments (though Take a Bough IS great), more SNOWMEN. PENGUINS! I love love love penguins!

    Definitely a new font set similar to Birthday Basics, with stuff to stamp inside cards as well. Love the idea of a Christmas tree with stuff to decorate it with!

  • 479
    lisa*a says:

    Reindeer, just love reindeer. Plus generalized nonspecific holiday messages (I have lots of different friends with different faiths).

  • 480
    Julie Leimbach says:

    I would like to see a ‘build a gingerbread house’ set like the Made of Snow snowman set. A set containing a variety of Christmas cookies would be fun, too. Lots of good ideas posted.

  • 481

    Different kinds of Santas would be fun. I also love nativities. Whatever you do, I’m sure it will be spectacular!

  • 482
    Debbie A. says:

    Some cute Christmas quotes or saying to add to little neighborhood gifts would be nice. A cute tree. A manger scene.

  • 483

    Hummm… snowflakes!! Yep, snowflakes!!

  • 484
    Skye D. says:

    I would love to see some angels and some reindeer. I find it very difficult to find nice elegant angels from any stamp company right now. And as for the reindeer, I would love to see something along the lines of “Made of Snow”, where the reindeer are customizable for a way to make 8 different reindeer (or 9 including Rudolph)!

  • 485
    Carolyn Y says:

    An additional to the Holiday Tags, or background stamps that will coordinate with the Holiday Tags.

  • 486
    Gwen Snater says:

    oh! lets see….some PTI style christmas trees with decorations & sayings…kind of like the Father knows best set only for Christmas trees 🙂

  • 487
    Diane S. (momoffive) says:

    I would really like some more stamps and sentiments that celebrate the birth of Christ.

  • 488
    Stephanie Niavez says:

    There are so many things associated with Christmas, and they all would be great to see in Papertey’s sets. I would love to see poinsettas, elegants trees, snowflakes, presents, a fireplace with stockings, and even a sleigh pulled by reindeer. Those images would make a great variety set.

  • 489

    A sentiment set made up of classic quotes/verses would be fun!

  • 490
    Robbin Clements says:

    A pretty wreath with things to add: bows, berries, ornaments!! Also, christmas trees with additions….

  • 491
    Susan says:

    I would love to see something Vintage looking. I LOVE old fashioned Christmas decorations and fonts. Maybe something with a shabby chic edge to it.

  • 492
    Mary W says:

    Oh I’ll 2nd the vote for a cute ornament set!! Maybe some embellishments to go along with them!!

  • 493
    Cammy says:

    Gingerbread men, houses and sugar plums. How fun would it be to color in the candy on a gingerbread house!

  • 494
    Debbi in FL says:

    I love this question! I would love to see a basic tree and all kinds of ornaments and pretty “sprinkles” to dress it up!!

  • 495
    Sandye Curry says:

    There is no way that I would try and give you all suggestions. You do too good of a job on your own! I would like to see you continuing to do what you do!

  • 496
    Patty D. says:

    Snow animals, like penguins, polar bears, etc. Too cute!!

  • 497
    Lea Ann H. says:

    I would so love to see some beautiful poinsettas, done PTI style. Maybe with a pot, some different ribbons and bows, and maybe some green – pine boughs and the like. Then we could create our own beautiful plants and garlands.

  • 498

    Winter scenery, pine trees, bare trees, holly, winter birds, any beautiful thing you see naturally outside in the winter.

  • 499

    PTI already has a really good selection of holiday sets. I would like to see holly, ornaments, or maybe a wreath-building set!

  • 500
    Melissa says:

    Stockings would be fun as well as a Christmas tree set where you could choose the different decorations etc. Pretty hard to think about those holidays now, LOL!

  • 501

    Flourished trees and ornaments, maybe in vintage style.

  • 502
    Lori Y. says:

    How about a wreath set!?! With a couple different base wreaths with coordinating embellishment stamps that you could use to customize. No matter what comes out, I’m sure to love it.

  • 503
    dena sierras says:

    I love to see snowmen, snow families.

  • 504
    Meg (mtgchic) says:

    An animal set that you can add on reindeer antlers/rudolph noses/mistletoe kisses/scarves/hats…

  • 505
    Cindy K. says:

    I would love to see more tags, or a christmas tree set.

  • 506

    It has to be Christmas Ornaments, but different shapes, like long sparkly icicles, and nice round baubles that we can embellish all different ways.

  • 507
    Dixie C says:

    Designs that scream glitter…icicles, pretty presents, ornaments….in fact, larger 2×3 and 3×4 ornaments would be cool.

  • 508
    Lizzie Jones says:

    A set that would be great is a set similar to Birthday Basics with all sorts of short holiday sentiments for both the inside and outside of cards. I would be really excited about sentiments in clean, modern fonts rather than traditional scripty ones. And I would really appreciate sentiments that are a little more generic so I could feel comfortable using the sentiments for both religious and non-religious acquaintances. I’m sure whatever you do it will be amazing, but thanks so much for asking!

  • 509
    Michele Swanberg says:

    Gingerbread people & houses, ornaments and some wonderful Christmas sentiments!

  • 510
    Katie says:

    Hmmm…that’s a tough one right now…it’s too nice outside to be thinking Christmas! I love the stocking idea several have mentioned. As I try to keep “Christ” is Christmas, I’d love the King James scriptures re. His birth as well! Sorry, not too original, but my baby’s screamin’…gotta go!

  • 511
    Amy S. says:

    More sentiments, insides, and santa and snowmen.

  • 512
    Amanda says:

    Ornaments, gingerbread men, stockings, wreaths, and more sentiments. Oh and maybe a PTI-style 12 days of Christmas? I love anything Christmas so I’m sure anything by PTI pertaining to the holiday will be a must have for me!

  • 513
    Diane says:

    My Christmas favorites are always snowmen. How about a snowman family.

  • 514
    Ramona West says:

    I have always liked non-traditional colors at Christmas…spicy browns, sparkling deep blues, celery greens. I love vintage Christmas scene’s with sleds and snow, children & ice skating, Christmas carolers singing at a nursing home. I would like to see a product that looks like real snow for our paper craft projects. I really love the German Tree Ornaments from the early 1900’s especially the carp fish. I collect them and have several for my tree. A very large Christmas tree ornament to stamp “scenes of Chritmas inside the home” would be awesome. As if the ornament is refecting the activity in the room. I could just go on and on. I love Christmas and glad you are already thinking about it. You have always been on top for each season and I am positive you will do extraordinary with Christmas 2009!

  • 515
    Barb N says:

    I would love to see some Holly leaves – maybe with some swirls. And Mistletoe too!

  • 516
    Colleen says:

    A cute cute Santa and reindeer set!

  • 517
    Tami says:

    I would love to see rustic looking santa stamps.

  • 518
    Molly B. says:

    I think some Christmas stockings with the PTI style would be fantastic.

  • 519
    Candyf says:

    I would love to see a cute Santa and Mrs. Claus set with possibly a impish little elf.

  • 520
    Debbie says:

    I don’t know if my comment went through but i thought some cute sayings and quotes for little gifts to give to the neighbors would be nice.

  • 521
    Marisa G says:

    That is a tough question. I would usually say snowmen, different trees and ornaments, but I really like the current Christmas sets that you already have! How about a set with stockings that could be filled with different solid patterns and maybe some presents or things to “stuff” into them?

  • 522
    Kathy Pennington says:

    I would like to see Christmas trees that can be decorated in different styles and some great sentiments in fun fonts.

  • 523
    Misty says:

    I love traditional Christmas. Santas with long flowing coats and long beards. nice traditional sleighs with a big velvety toy bag. Also great red ribbon with snowflakes on it.

  • 524
    Anna says:

    Gingerbread cookies, milk, fireplace or mix & match ornaments as focal points. 😉

  • 525

    Anything snowmen or snowflakes. . .maybe candycanes or a tree that you can custom decorate? An angel kind of like your Santa? I’m sure whatever you come up with will be fabulous!

  • 526
    karenannj says:

    Something reflecting the birth of Jesus Christ…including some scripture references. Christmas trees and stockings are always good too. I can’t wait to see what PTI come up with!

  • 527
    marycstamps says:

    Hmmmm, maybe a set of longer Christmas sentiments for the inside of cards that coordinate with some existing PTI images. Like the idea about Gingerbread Men that others have posted and a Holiday Tags II. Love to have one set that incorporates all the different designers. Excited about tonight’s releases.

  • 528
    Lynn says:

    I think I’d like to see a beautiful sleigh stamp that could be “filled” with Christmas packages, tree or toy stamps…..it would work well with last year’s Santa and snowman sets and could be either elegant or whimsical and I know the PTI designers would do it well.

  • 529
    Amanda says:

    Santas in every shape and size, I love Santa!!

  • 530
    Lisa A McKenzie says:

    I would love to see something very elegant with snowflakes.

  • 531
    Wendy says:

    I would love to see some elegant christmas trees

  • 532
    joan s. says:

    I would love to see some stamps for gift wrapping and maybe some holiday recipe cards!

  • 533
    Debbie says:

    A nice variety of holiday sentiments (in various fonts) would be very useful

  • 534
    Janislu says:

    I thought I had posted my reply, but I do not see it above. I would love to see swags, greenery and topiaries. You could have smaller stamps such as bells, ornaments, etc that can be addedo the items.

  • 535
    Gail says:

    More sentiments in your wonderful fonts!!!

  • 536
    Lori McAree says:

    I would LOVE to see trees and decorations to add to thenm, garland, ornaments, lights maybe even popcorn!!!
    Thanks Nichole!!!

  • 537
    Kimberly says:

    Build a Christmas tree sounds wonderful …. I would love to see two styles … one rustic old time type tree and decorations and one more moddern.

    Love your release this month … hope I can stay awake ….

    Kimberly

  • 538
    Marie Miller says:

    I would like to see some more ornaments shapes that can be stamped with different images on the inside of the ornament outlines. I know I am not making any sense.
    Hope you understand what I mean

  • 539
    Renee D. says:

    wreaths, gingerbread men and more baking labels/gift tag stamps. I’m so excite to see what you come up with!

  • 540
    Carrie D says:

    Hard to say, you have such a variety of sets for Christmas, maybe more gift packaging sets!!!

  • 541
    Nimue says:

    I’d love to see an image with wild animals in nature in the stillness of Christmas – Nimmy

  • 542
    Kay P says:

    I would like to see sentiments that are suitable for the insides of cards and some elegant designs for the fronts. Papers in a dark green and burgundy would also be great.

  • 543
    Kelli says:

    I would love to see something with Santa and reindeer. It would also be great to have a package that includes everything you need to make you xmas cards, a stamp set, paper, ribbon, glitter, etc.

  • 544
    Penny J. says:

    Something whimsical and maybe a twelve days of Christmas set. A stocking set would be cute also. Actually, whatever PTI comes up with will be great……as always!

  • 545
    Jill says:

    A religious-themed set would be wonderful. And I second the burgundy paper suggestion. Or maybe a blue-based red. Something in that general area, LOL!

  • 546
    Gabriela says:

    I love snowflakes, it would be cool if you could create different types of snowflakes with interchanging stamps.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win. Your products are Fabulous!!!!

  • 547
    Aimee says:

    Last year’s Silent Night set was so beautiful, I would love a second set of sentiments to compliment the lovely star and accents.

  • 548
    Jennie D says:

    I’d like to see an ornament set as well with outlines for paper piercing/coloring and solids in different patterns. I’d also like to see a christmas sentiment set different sizes mixing script and a regular font.

  • 549
    alanna says:

    I’d like to see some cute ornaments, kind along the lines of the star prints and heart prints sets.

    Thanks for the chance to win.

  • 550
    marni says:

    i vote for another sentiment set with lots of christmas insides and outsides. (i’d be interested in another birthday sentiment set as well!) some great stockings would be nice too. thanks for the chance to win this wonderful release!!!

  • 551
    Melisa Hunter says:

    I’d like to see Christmas trees, tree boughs and greenery and ornaments along with some beautiful sentiments.

  • 552
    Danny Z says:

    I know all about PTI up to their release nights from my wife who loves your products and is always sharing what she has made with them. I have no idea what stamp set she would like designed and if I asked her she would know that I was up to something. I do know that she would love to see a pile of PTI gifts under the tree and wouldn’t it be great if I could surprise her early?

  • 553
    Anita says:

    Wreaths and add-ons, maybe a silhouette of Santa’s sleigh and the reindeer in front of the moon, a garland with bows and berrries.

  • 554
    Kacey says:

    Ornaments would be fun, but definitely flourishy sentiments for the inside and out. Sentiments for Christmas to accompany Warm Happiness would be great too!

  • 555
    dougnat says:

    More trees and wreaths…and a new santa

  • 556
    Mimi H. says:

    I love poinsettias. Maybe you can add wreaths and garland to the mix.

  • 557
    k.,m. says:

    I would like to see ornaments that could be decorated with different patterns …..also flowing ribbon stamp …..some beautiful sentiments and then I would like some deep navy cardstock and a rich burgundy cardstock.

  • 558
    Pam D says:

    would love to see some “country” colors in paper, buttons and ribbons. Maybe a christmas tree stamp with ornaments.

  • 559
    Cre8tiveTeen says:

    I think I’d like to see penguins, snowflakes and/or angels (sort of like on Christmas trees).

  • 560
    StephG says:

    I would love to see an elegant nativity set, or a set with poinsettias, candles, music/carols or whimsical reindeer.

    I’d also like to see something to make calendars, a versatile label set, another set for stationery and greeting card gifts.

    Not much for snow in the south during the winter…

  • 561
    Cam says:

    Holly, pine cones, wreaths–elements of nature.

  • 562
    Rose says:

    No one does classic and rustic Christmas like Papertrey… However I would like a funky Christmas…. “day at the beach” type funky. Thanks for a chance to win big!

  • 563
    Bonnie says:

    Definitely some cute buttons, and a dark red to coordinate with Ripe Avocado, with some great festive ribbon.

  • 564
    Karen I says:

    Wow to think about Christmas. Snowflakes, stamps to embellish gifts, tags, heartwarming sayings and glitter..

  • 565
    Deborah Smith says:

    ornaments with many options would be good. nature elements as well, holly, berries, and pinecones etc. mistletoe would be cute, maybe a kissing ball?

  • 566
    Barbara says:

    Christmas..what a beautiful time of the year. What I would like to see would be an Old Fashion Christmas Theme or a Victoria Style Christmas. Children, toys, stockings, coal of course. Antique ordaments, candy canes, carolers, and lamp posts.

  • 567
    Paula says:

    Line art snowmen and Santas. A versatile tag set that coordinates with a punch. Maybe a winter mitten set. I’ll love whatever you design!

  • 568
    Chris B says:

    Christmas stockings like the heart print and star sets – lots of different looks with a mantle and a christmas tree…with decorations – piles of presents..wreathes for the front door -gingerbread people!Old fashioned Santas!( I feel like I’m yelling!)

  • 569
    Jen Book says:

    Snowmen, Christmas Tree’s to decorate (or build) teamed with lovely sentiments!!

  • 570
    Jennie C says:

    My dream stamps for Christmastime are:
    1. nativity
    2. sentiments for Christmas cards for friends about things like how much their friendship has meant this last year and what a gift they are to me and my family
    3. solid ornaments with flourishes (already mentioned) sounds really fun
    thanks for the chance to comment and thanks for the giveaway contest!

  • 571
    Louise Lemmon says:

    I would like to see xmas lights and wreathes and snowmen are always good!!

  • 572
    Ann D. says:

    Beautiful trees and wreaths!

  • 573
    itsterry says:

    Christmas thinking already — well, stockings PTI-style would be wonderful. Maybe something cute with reindeer, ohh a beautiful PTI-style sleigh with presents, a wreath, an elf, candy canes . . . anything you do will be wonderful!

  • 574
    Sue C says:

    Another Old World Santa would be great and anything with holly and fruit. The Believe Santa is one of my favorites. The Williamsburg look comes to mind when I think of Christmas.

  • 575
    stephanie says:

    christmas ornaments in different shapes, ovals, circles teardrops,etc…

    then different fillers for each ornament – swirls, stars, lines, etc..

    or a really great snowman set!

  • 576
    Jennifer Robinson says:

    Angels!

  • 577
    Heidi Lynn says:

    I love snowmen and snowflakes! And I love PTI 🙂 Living in the northwest we get way more snow than should be allowed but I still love the snowflake.

  • 578
    Lisa HR says:

    Much of my family’s winter holiday traditions involve lots of merriment in the kitchen, accompanied by music and delicious aromas. I would love to have a kitchen set (apron, spatula, mixer, cakes, breads, cookies, bowls, spices, sprinkles, ginger bread people/houses, popcorn and cranberry garland strings… Maybe you could also offer an add on for the savories – roast, turkey, cheeses, wine, bowl of nuts. Well, I’m getting carried away (and a little hungry!) Mix in a few appropriate sentiments and I’d be in line to buy the set!

  • 579
    Christie E. says:

    I would like to see some Christmas Trees with ornaments to decorate it. I would also love some cute Santas!

  • 580
    Kate says:

    Gingerbread Men for sure!

  • 581
    Nicki says:

    A tree with lots of additions like a star, ornaments, presents etc in a fun design. Something that is super versatile and can be used for cards, packaging, tags etc.

  • 582
    Sandra B. says:

    I would love to see new stamp sets for embellishing homemade goodies and gift packaging. A card making kit would be nice, one with a stamp set and coordinating cardstock, ink, and ribbon. Ooh, a stamp set with an elegant reindeer and a sleigh would be great! Can’t wait to see what you guys come up with! You never disappoint!

  • 583
    Elizabeth says:

    I would LOVE to see trees and ornaments!!! Although I’m sure whatever you decide to release will be fabulous!:)

  • 584
    Kris A says:

    I would like to see a nice set of snowflakes and snowmen or maybe a set of ornaments. In paper and ink I would like a nice cranberry color.

  • 585
    Nicki says:

    I think it would be fun to have ornaments or stockings that you could decorate different ways~ lots of fun patterns to use for each one!!

  • 586
    Terry W says:

    How about the 12 days of Christmas – Partridge in a pear tree, gold rings, French hen, etc. I also like the idea of the gingerbread set. And I would love a deep burgundy red!

    Terry W

  • 587
    Samantha VanArnhem says:

    Retro ornaments!!

  • 588
    Trish says:

    I would love to see silver cardstock with matching envelopes, a dove with an olive branch, greetings that could be stamped on the front of a holiday card such as Joy, Peace, Silent Night, along with some beautiful sentiments that could be stamped inside the card. I would also love to have an embossed seal for the envelope.

  • 589
    Tracy says:

    I would love to see lots of background stamps to make my own wrapping paper and images that are not all snow so we can use them on our side of the world.

  • 590
    Mara says:

    I would love to see more trees and generic wintery type images. Pretty much anything you come out with will be fabulous, I bet!!

  • 591

    Hmm…that’s a toughie! Snowflakes (papertrey-style) would be lovely as would some flourish-y poinsettas. Can’t wait to see what you come up with!

  • 592
    Patti says:

    Wreaths and gingerbread houses/people builing sets.

    Also some good rich, deep wine/burgandy reds
    Maybe lime green for some whimiscal Christmas projects.

  • 593
    Laurie says:

    I would love to see gift tag sets to coordinate with the Marvy’s or even the nesties! That would be alot of fun!

  • 594
    Elena says:

    I would love to see a gift tag set with different shapes, such as rectangle, tag shape or maybe even star to coordinate with punches!

  • 595
    Laura Bassen says:

    It would be so cool to have all coordinating stuff “papertrey style” for chirstmas; such as patterned paper, buttons, ribbon and stamps that coordinate with a punch, all with Christmas in mind. Something bold, festive, and fun, maybe unexpected colors! I’m so excited to see what you come up with!!

  • 596
    Etha says:

    I always like tons of different snowmen for christmas/wintertime. It could be snowmen in different situations, doing different things etc. Those would be great for a much longer season than *just* winter holidays.
    thanks for a chance of winning those super sets 🙂

  • 597
    Rhonda M. says:

    I would love to see another ornament set with more detailed oranaments. I love Take a Bough and how you can customize the ornaments. I would also love some cookies, candy canes, and other fun christmas treats! Thanks for asking!

  • 598
    Jenna Smith says:

    I think ou should have snowglobes where you can create your scenes for it. You could have snowmen (you could even have it cordinate with the build a snowmen set), santa and his reindeer, a Christams tree, and so on. This would be great to make neat cut out cards with acetate with snow stamped on it.

  • 599
    Cat Darling says:

    Something with a Victorian look would be nice.
    Old time ornaments, sleds, oh, and some fancy stars with filigree would be nice.

  • 600
    Juanita says:

    I would love to see something with a bit of a christianity bent to it. Baby Jesus and Mary in a stable, you get the whole idea….

  • 601
    Jennifer M says:

    Love to see a Christmas themed set based on Christmas Carols – word play if you will – wreaths and more trees – lovely words of the season – love snowmen and snowflakes – oh how I would love to win – (it’s still my birthday today!) lol

  • 602
    sarita says:

    i would like to see some Christian symbols for a set – maybe a l5 dollar set…how about mary holding jesus – a star with rays coming from it…but very “clean” lines on the stamps..does that make sense?
    thank you for a chance to win some stamps!!

  • 603
    Jessica ML says:

    I love your stamps and paper but am into real clean, simple design patterns that are easy and quick. I would love a set of stamps of medium to large size with traditional images and mixed font messages. These would facilitate easy card making but allow enough design variety to make them your own.

    Happy Holidays!

  • 604
    Sue says:

    Wow what a question. I would love to see dark blues and silvers and stars. I know you just came out with a star stamp, but I was thinking more like night stars. Just really simple and really beautiful

  • 605

    I would love to see more tags (i love them!) and stockings that you can decorate. You know, Papertrey style. Maybe a whole holiday sentiment set? Whatever you come up with, I’m sure I’ll be getting it!

  • 606
    Suzanne Moore says:

    Hmmm…I am always looking for a good nativity set and haven’t come across one that fits my style yet. Would love to see what you and the designers would come up with. While I have you here, LOVE the flourishes set and that there are mirror images for most all of them. Can’t wait to order!!!

    Thanks,
    Suzanne

  • 607
    cas says:

    Who wouldn’t want it all this month! It’s all sooooo fantastic…pick me, pick me!

  • 608
    cheryl says:

    I would LOVE a nativity set of stamps that would include the basics plus a cool north star and an angel or two. That would be soooo cool, ms.cheryl

  • 609

    I would love to see reindeer and maybe some ornaments. For new colors, I’d like a cranberry!

  • 610
    Jing-Jing says:

    I would love to see… vintage looking snowman, santa clause…

  • 611
    LG says:

    Chritmas tress and holiday tags!!! Love them all

  • 612
    Carlene Czarnik says:

    I always love Christmas trees….maybe some more Santas too!!

  • 613

    “What would I like to see from Papertrey for the Christmas/winter holiday releases this year? A great “combo” kit that held everything to create super cards and tags during a VERY busy season… That would be instant success to have during the Christmas season!

  • 614
    Amanda says:

    o.O I’d love a PTI Christmas sentiment set with a mix of different hand-written sayings (like hand-written notes) along with elegant sayings or scriptures for card inside messages.

  • 615
    Deb Rymer says:

    How about some stamps re: the religious meaning of Christmas?

  • 616
    mona says:

    Angels, would be nice. Different ones that we could also use on cards the rest of the year such as for get well cards.

  • 617
    Kerry Messer says:

    Sayings for inside the cards would be nice. Ornaments too. Christmas buttons, ribbons, ink pad colors …

  • 618
    Vanessa Febus says:

    More holiday tags and some snowmen!!

  • 619
    Alison says:

    I would also vote for some rustic gingerbread house/people and country Christmas trees that you could decorate with ornaments, garlands, etc. Can’t wait to see what your designers come up with!

  • 620
    LG says:

    I would also love to have some reindeer, santas and some elves plus snowflakes and snowman

  • 621
    Maria M. says:

    I would love to see Santa stamps but with a twist, e.g. Santa in Hawaiian shirt, Santa Biker, Santa Cowboy, Santa with a sombrero……you get the idea!

  • 622
    Jennifer says:

    I would love to see an animal stamp set with a Saint Bernard in it!

  • 623

    a reindeer set would be cute. or some adorable snow people?? anything you guys come up with will be fabulous!

  • 624
    A W says:

    Can’t go wrong with tags! Would also love to see lots of decorations like ornaments. How about a dress up tree or snowman.

  • 625

    Buttons, patterned papers and a botanical set with beautiful sentiments, oh and some cute trees. It’s a big list, i know, but I am sure whatever PTI releases, it will be awesome!

  • 626
    Tracy says:

    I would love one that I can make wrapping paper with and not all snow so we can use it on our side of the world.

  • 627
    KaLee says:

    I would love some more religious themed options. It seems that options are so limited for appropriate, but still attractive sets that are religious.

  • 628
    Linda O says:

    maybe an elagant reindeer stamp. or more christmas tags, with more shapes.

  • 629
    Lynn R says:

    How about a mitten and stocking stamp set with different patterns to “fill” them? And maybe stocking hats too!

  • 630
    cas says:

    Opps forgot to add what I would like to see for the holiday season…..some red buttons, maybe a glitter paper or two??
    A fun holiday tag set!

  • 631
    Wendy says:

    Would love to see some poinsettias – individually and also in pots or baskets. I also love Believe – so would like to see more of a spinoff from that …

  • 632
    Kathy Leibfritz says:

    I’m a sucker for snowflakes and snowmen….oh, and reindeer too. Maybe a few quirky holiday sentiments??

  • 633
    Margaret S. Romero says:

    I am wishing for more jewel colored inks for the holidays such as: burgundy, forest green, navy blue. I also would like more holiday nugget labels aand some really fab fun Santas and Santa sayings!!

  • 634
    Kim H says:

    I would love another big holiday set for packaging gifts from the kitchen like Spooky Sweets and Spooky Sweets II. Also something with a sleigh and reindeer, some packages and stockings. That would make a cute set.

  • 635
    Tina Mayo says:

    I would like to see a set where I can make twinkling lights, maybe a mantle with garland greenery and a wreath big and small and a cutsey snowman..yea..not sure that makes a lot of sense..everybody love a snowman, with some acessories for him..scarf hat, ya know and maybe a charlie brown christmas tree…well maybe a few more limbs..and a few sayings…seasons greetings.maybe an ornament or 2..cutesy though..not so formal… since this is my first time her..I wanted to share I am having a good time..a little trouble keeping up but next time I will be smooth sailing…you have alot of wonderful stuff in store…its gonna take me a while before I decide what I have to have first… thanks

  • 636
    Monica L says:

    I think building on the guideline theme with holiday images would be fantastic–snowflakes, wreathes, rings of holly, the images from the 12 days of Christmas, etc. This would allow you to create your own background paper. And then some of this same images in larger size to make the focal point as well as mixed font messages to finish it. Wouldn’t that make for a great holiday set!!!???

  • 637
    Amypcd K. says:

    vintage Christmas designs, evergreen trees,
    country scene pieces possibly

  • 638
    Marie says:

    I would love to see a snowflakes and swirls (swirling snow) set from PTI. Thanks for the chance to win!!!

  • 639
    Kelly R says:

    I’d love a tree with little ornaments to create a one of a kind tree.With little presents to go underneath.

  • 640
    Dana J says:

    I’d love Ribbon. A deep cranberry & evergreen color!! That would be wonderful!

  • 641
    Kristin says:

    Snowmen with ARMS!! I collect snowmen, but no stick-arm snowmen for me :-)… they must have arms!! I would love them to have different sweaters, scarfs, hats, etc for paper piecing. I can see me buying it already!

  • 642
    Kay Tillman says:

    I would love to see some beautiful vintagey (yes I made that word up lol) angels, or I also like the stocking and all the fixings to go with them idea that I seen above.

  • 643
    Lisa Henke says:

    oooo, the pressure. I would love to see something cute done with reindeer/deer.

  • 644
    Jess says:

    A set with poinsettias and holly – my two favorite holiday motifs!

  • 645
    nellie says:

    Shimmery paper, pinks and lime greens with lots of sugary candy and holiday cupcakes.

  • 646
    Denise Bryant says:

    I’d love an elegant set of ornaments. Some that would look great embossed. Can’t go wrong with that style.
    DeniseB

  • 647
    JenMarie says:

    Hmmm…Holiday birds, penguins… Christmas/Holiday cupcakes, truffles, sweets…

  • 648
    Judy says:

    I would like to see winter foliage–trees,
    branches and more snowflakes. I also would
    love to see a set of inspirational poems of
    a non religious nature that focuses on
    encouragement and wisdom. This would be good
    all year around.

  • 649
    Jen Tapler says:

    I LOVE the PTI background basics series and would love a holiday-ish set of background stamps!!

  • 650
    LindaH says:

    I would love to see some whimsical santa images, and cute reindeer to make some cute and fun cards. Thanks for all of the wonderful inspiration you give us month after month.

  • 651
    Marty says:

    I love anything with words or phrases that can be used individually or together, also love flourishes.

  • 652
    Lori says:

    I would love to see a great cookie stamp set! It could include sandwich cookies, chocolate chip cookies, peanut blossoms, plus great accompanying sentiments…all in PTI’s great fonts and designed PTI style!

  • 653
    Chrissy L says:

    How about a set of stocking stamps – a build your own mantle type deal?

  • 654

    I would love to see some Holiday Sentiments and maybe some winter animals like Polar Bears and Penguins!

  • 655
    Cindy says:

    I would like to see something with the nativity and the star of the east. Also some old fashion santas.

  • 656
    Laura N. says:

    I would like to see some poinsetta/wreath and candle stamps in the clean and simple papertrey style!

  • 657
    TinaH says:

    Sentiments about family, friends, love, the holidays and Christmas blessings. Something that will inspire people to get in touch with loved ones in the coming year, that encourages people to share love and appreciate the gift of every day! Thanks for the chance to win.

  • 658
    Kelly Davidson says:

    How about something with poinsettias? Papertrey style, of course. Possibly with holly and greenery and bows.

  • 659
    ShawninAZ says:

    Something with poinsettias and sentiments are always useful.

  • 660
    esther says:

    Pine needles and pine cones. Somehow frosted needles make me think of Christmas more than any images. A customisable tree ornament will also be cute.

  • 661
    Jessica V. says:

    a christmas tree with ornaments.

  • 662
    Harriet Skelly says:

    I’d love to see more templates for gift giving – maybe one shaped as a dreidel for hanukkah, a Christmas tree for Christmas, etc.

  • 663

    I would love another gift tag set and I would really love to see a set designed for children or kids.

  • 664
    jenink says:

    I would love to see another set similar to ‘silent night’. It is so hard to find well set out bible verses for Christmas.

  • 665
    Beth R. says:

    Gold and Silver paper and some nice soft ribbon to match.

  • 666
    Angie Hamill says:

    I would love to see angels or Angelic like. wings and trumpets and what not. Hark the Hearld and things similar to that. 8)

  • 667
    Pat Myers says:

    Snowmen and Snowflakes and sayings to go with them

  • 668
    Toni says:

    How about some angel stamps and words like Hark The Herald Angel Sing, Peace on Earth, Jesus is the Reason for the Season.? I really like poinsettias and carolers too they are so classic.

  • 669
    Angela Sonderegger says:

    Xmas and Holiday Ideas: New Xmas cookie exchange tags, fun holiday patterned papers, and cool Xmas card ideas. Thanks again.

  • 670
    Shelly says:

    What about a little toy train set that you could load up with gifts for boys or girls? Maybe some helper elves?

  • 671
    Chris L. says:

    I loved the holiday tags from last year . . . I would like to see some this year’s tags, plus some whimsical sets with reindeer, gingerbread houses. But I am sure whatever you do will be fabulous!

  • 672
    Rhonda C says:

    Stockings with stocking fillers…Christmas trees…poinsettias…a Bethlehem scene…

  • 673

    I think this coming Christmas it would be good to have a set of larger images that we can colour in with our Copics – a little less formal than believe with a bit of whimsey.

  • 674
    Nancy B says:

    Definitely packaging ideas from Lauren. She has such great ideas, I’ll just let her come up w/ a great idea.

  • 675
    Bonnie Sharp says:

    Well, I loved the gift tags from last year and used them all the time! Maybe an addition or different shapes this year? Whatever you choose, it will be fabulous, I know!

  • 676
    Kristy Rooney says:

    I would love to see a set for making different wreaths using different styles of branches or design. A new holiday treats style set would be awesome as well.
    Thanks for the chance to win.
    Kristy 🙂

  • 677
    Jo R. says:

    I’d love to see a “postal” inspired set. Maybe with a slightly vintage feel to it. Things like a postage stamp, cancellation, maybe a hand writing a letter, a mail box, etc. And of course, supporting sentiments.

  • 678
    Amy says:

    Definitely some very vintage Christmasy pattern paper. What about a build a snowman set? Thanks for the chance to win!!

  • 679
    Nica says:

    I think a “build a christmas tree” set would be cute… You could use the set altogether or use the little ornaments for cards or tags. That could be really versatile!

  • 680

    How about a Christmas tree with accessories such as ornaments, a tiny bird, candles, tree skirt & stockings? I love the sets this month. Thanks for helping me lighten my pocket book.

  • 681
    Debbie Winter says:

    I think that it would be great to have a Victorian or homespun Christmas set. Maybe some detailed images – not so graphic looking. With your buttons, ribbon, and polka dot accessories a homespun Christams set would go great. Also a Christian theme set. It seems like God is getting left out of lot of things these days.

    Thanks for all of your creative inspiration.

  • 682
    Mindy S. says:

    I would love to see snowmen and snowflakes. Love the new stamps

  • 683
    Laura S says:

    I’d like to see a Nativity.

  • 684
    holly fowler says:

    I loved my Grandmother’s Christmas tree…old fashion big colorful lights,santa claus faces,bright glass ornaments with stripes,solids and polka dots. I especially loved balls that had the glitter stripes…I would love to see a “charlie brown”tree and decorations that you could mix and match.(a simple tree with a star on top and a small bird perched on a branch,how sweet is that?)I am ready to share my ideas whenever you are ready…

  • 685
    Catherine says:

    I loved the tag set – would be great to see another one! Maybe a nativity scene would be nice too! Holiday sentiments are great as well – guess you can never have to much Christmas 🙂

  • 686
    kathryn says:

    You know what? Just surprise me! When it comes out I will know I can’t live with out it AGAIN(just like always)! You always do a great job!!

  • 687

    I vote for tags II! Loved last years set and can’t wait to see what you come up with next.

  • 688
    Kristy says:

    I really like traditional Christmas stuff — red, green, gold, silver, white. It might be fun to have a gingerbread house and all the trimmings like candy canes, the candy you make the house with, the little men, etc.

  • 689
    Beth B says:

    lots of jingle bells and a rich christmas green ribbon.

  • 690
    Dell says:

    I would like to see Christmas words and phrase stamps using a super cute font. I also like Nativity stamps.

  • 691
    Jess Gordon says:

    I love Christmas stamps with a Bethlehem scene, complete with baby Jesus, the animals and the star too :)!

  • 692
    Susan W says:

    hmmm….. what about some ornaments and decorative bits to add to the flourish set?

  • 693
    Kristyn Sinnott says:

    I would love to see Ice skating, mittens, scarves, cocoa, sledding, frosty trees.

    Also someones gingerbread men idea was cute.

    More sentiments for the coffee set from Pine, and more additions to that set.

    Thanks for asking, but I really, really hate thinking about winter when it was still snowing around here today. Please, please, let me relish the new summer sets coming out. 🙂

    Great release again, Nichole. These are the greatest days of the month.

  • 694

    Holiday add ons for the Recipe Cards set for the season something with turkeys to Christmas Trees to the Star of David that would coordinate.

  • 695
    JeanFB says:

    For a Christmas set, I’d love to see a set with a theme of winter activities – ice skates, sleds, with presents and stockings to adorn them.

  • 696
    Pam W says:

    I’d like to see Christmas ornaments and a beautiful nativity scene.

  • 697
    Kriss says:

    How about more cool Papertrey sentiments? And, of course, some beautiful new pattern papers!

  • 698
    Maria says:

    Snowmen!! I love them and simply can’t get enough!!! Please give me some adorable snowmen 🙂

  • 699
    Becky C says:

    Candy canes, ornaments (large), gingerbread people/house, cute snowmen, really anything! I know, I’m not much help.

  • 700

    A PTI set of presents in different sizes and shapes. Just think of the layering or backgrounds you could build with that!

  • 701
    Jennifer Rose says:

    A tree or snowman with accessories would be really cool. I love Christmas!!

  • 702
    Cathy says:

    I’d like to see ornaments or stockings. I love all anything with snowflakes too.

  • 703
    Emmy says:

    I loved the tags from last year, maybe more of those. I also like the idea of a gingerbread family. This release has been fablous. Thanks!

  • 704
    Tracy Brown says:

    I would love to snowman and trees. And you all always have the right words so I would say words too!! Can’t wait to see what you come up with

  • 705
    Heather Arsenault says:

    I would love to see some collage images for Christmas.

  • 706
    Meredith says:

    I’d like to see a ‘vintage’ christmas set…. bubble lights, sleds and old fashioned snowsuits with the charming little pointed hoods!

  • 707
    katie says:

    Snow kids! sledding, playing, and caroling. To be used as an invitation or a holiday card. P.S. I love stockings too!

  • 708
    Judy Bost says:

    Sleighs and reindeer, snowy rooftops and chimneys, fireplaces, stockings and a creche set.

  • 709
    Michelle LL says:

    Gingerbread people, gingerbread houses, sugarplum, etc.- a lovely holiday vision!

  • 710
    Kathleen says:

    STOCKINGS—-in PTI style!!! ORnaments would be great, too

  • 711
    lisa k in tx says:

    I would love to see a set to make homemade thank you cards from the kids. Kind of like a fill in the blank – easy for kids to send thank you notes. For all holidays, Christmas, bday, etc. thanks! Lisa k in tx

  • 712
    mary c. says:

    More tags in bigger designs. Like snowflakes and trees and stockings and snowman faces, santa faces,ornaments etc.

  • 713
    Stacy says:

    I’D LIKE TO SEE SOME SPECIALTY PAPERS WITH THREADS AND FIBERS. AS WELL AS A KIT WITH HOLIDAY EMBELISHMENTS TO ADD TO A CARD OR TREAT.

  • 714
    Wendi Parlee says:

    I would love to see a great snowflake set One that is just begging to be embellished with lots of rhinestones and glitter. Maybe a package of rhinestones in varied sizes and some luxurious shimmer cardstock. I’m thinking a deep royal purple, and a vinatage olive. Keep up the great work!

  • 715
    Kathyc on scs says:

    More Christmas trees!
    Kathy Camasso

  • 716

    vintage christma theme please. 🙂

  • 717
    Danisha says:

    I would love some trees! But I seem to love whatever you guys put out!

  • 718
    Leslie McLaughlin says:

    Hi, I would love gingerbread men and ornaments – traditional ones from the past.

  • 719
    colleen kirchberg says:

    I would love to see a set with classic snowmen, reindeer and boughs with ornaments and holly and TO: and FROM: in an amazing font so I can make gift tags.

  • 720
    Jody Marcelis says:

    I would love to see sleighs and cute elfs.

  • 721
    Sophia C. says:

    I adore the text style stamp set and would love to get something similar that would be more multi-cultural and international in flavor. Maybe wishes for good wishes or peace on earth in multiple languages for the holidays?

  • 722
    Karen Rose says:

    I like the gift tag idea.

  • 723
    Mary says:

    Somthing classic – wreaths, ornaments, – PTI elegance!

  • 724
    Sunny says:

    I’d love to have elegant sentiments for Christmas. It’s really hard to find good sentiments for winter! I’d also love to have santa, reindeer or tree stamps from Papertrey Ink.

  • 725
    jeanie nieva says:

    christmas critters…penguin, squirrel, turtles…:)

  • 726
    Kim Howard says:

    I’m hoping that I’m the lucky winner this month! I would love to see some angels for Christmas.

  • 727
    diane mcvey says:

    Pick me!

  • 728
    Cindy H. says:

    Hmm. I would like to see an elegant PTI style snowflake set:)

  • 729
    Diana W. says:

    old fashioned ornaments…

  • 730
    J. Harmon says:

    I would love to see more stamps for Christmas treats.

  • 731
    Ayesha says:

    Some presents.. all wrapped up. different ribbons and different wrapping etc would be nice

  • 732
    Kim B says:

    I’d like snowmen . . . and perhaps some nativity. You guys rock!

  • 733
    Cele Schaffer says:

    I love the idea of gingerbread houses with lots of candy,cookies and fun decorating goodies! Tags to put on homemade goodies and gifts would be fun. You will put the fun into it as always…

  • 734
    Violet says:

    I would love some dark red, almost burgandy paper with hunter green accents – and a variety of Christmas messages on tags.

  • 735
    LouAnn says:

    trees and angels.

    LouAnn

  • 736
    Kelann13 says:

    I would love to see an ornament set!

  • 737
    Dana Klinkner says:

    More snowmen – there can never be enough snowmen and sentiments to go with them! 🙂

  • 738
    Carol (HB) says: