The August release has been full of some gorgeous new products and we hope the projects from the team have been beyond inspiring!  I've picked out favorites of my own, from each of the design team members, to share with you today!  Click the link next to each team member's name to see more details about the project shown here, as well as the rest of her projects from this release!  And be sure to read all the way to the bottom of the post…..you won't want to miss out on this month's release in review CONTEST!!!

 

Amy

CLICK HERE to see more from Amy Sheffer.

 

Ashley

CLICK HERE to see more from Ashley Cannon Newell.

 

Betsy

CLICK HERE to see more from Betsy Veldman.

 

Danielle

CLICK HERE to see more from Danielle Flanders.

 

Dawn

CLICK HERE to see more from Dawn McVey.

 

Heather

CLICK HERE to see more from Heather Nichols.

 

Laurie

CLICK HERE to see more from Laurie Willison.

 

Lizzie

CLICK HERE to see more from Lizzie Jones.

 

Maile

CLICK HERE to see more from Maile Belles.

 

Melissa

CLICK HERE to see more from Melissa Phillips.

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Last but not least, here are the color combos and sketches collected from some of your favorite release projects from this month!  You can pin the individual graphics or download the four page pdf below.

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Sketch-1

Inspired by THIS card from Amy Sheffer.

Sketch-2

Inspired by THIS card from Erin Lincoln.

Sketch-3

Inspired by THIS card from Melissa Phillips.

Sketch-4

Inspired by THIS card from Dawn McVey.

Sketch-5

Inspired by THIS card from Lizzie Jones.

Sketch-6

Inspired by THIS card from Betsy Veldman.

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  • 1
    Miriam Prantner says:

    I would love to be able to finish up one of my vacation albums this fall!

  • 2
    Peege04 says:

    I would like to finish a needle point I’ve neglected for years!

  • 3
    Beth says:

    Just yesterday I promised a friend that I am committed to making her two paper purse kits that she’s been after me to do for about six years. I’ve never gotten that block of time I need, but this Fall I am going to make them a priority.

  • 4

    To get back my crafting mojo – I’ve been off my game for a few months so I’d like to get back in! Also to get started on my Christmas cards to avoid a last minute rush!

  • 5
    Lisa says:

    One of my biggest crafting goals this Fall is to organize my craft room!

  • 6
    Noreen says:

    To actually make handmade gifts for the holiday season instead of just thinking about it!

  • 7
    Sue says:

    I am hoping to get many of my Christmas gifts made using felt and stitching dies….love them!!

  • 8
    Susan G. says:

    My goal for this fall is to get started on my Christmas cards especially interactive ones….shaker etc. Also, want to incorporate some of the new beading technique to my cards this year.

  • 9
    Sarah says:

    Get more organized and simplify things a little bit.

  • 10
    Glorie Alvarez says:

    My goal for the fall is to finish my Christmas cards!

  • 11
    AnitaR says:

    I would like to start trying some of the sketch challenges.

  • 12
    Michelle W says:

    My biggest goal for this next season is to get all of my Christmas cards made and ready for posting. πŸ™‚

  • 13
    Rebecca B. from FL says:

    I would like to have all my handmade Christmas gifts finished before Thanksgiving.

  • 14
    Kari D says:

    My goal for fall crafting is to finish the fall barage: Halloween, Thanksgiving, gift card sets, Thanksgiving, and Christmas cards! Whew! Thank heavens I have GREAT ideas from this month’s release.

  • 15
    Barbara Ann Cowan says:

    My goal for the fall is to finish my Christmas present for my uncle. Every year I make cards for all of the family members’ birthdays for him to send out. There are a lot of people in our family & I have to get moving!!!

  • 16
    Karen says:

    I have two big months of travel to do for my Project Life book, and I’d like to make two photo books as well!

  • 17
    Jeannine J. says:

    My goal is to make my grandson’s Halloween treat bags for his class early this year.

  • 18
    Isabel Z says:

    My goal is to start creating my Christmas cards.

  • 19
    theCook says:

    One of my biggest crafting goals for this fall is… preparing all my Christmas cards!

  • 20
    Carolyn Picken says:

    To make thanksgiving cards for all those people in my life who I thankful for.

  • 21
    Kelly Keegan says:

    This fall I would like to get my Christmas cards made so I can work on crochet in December.

  • 22
    Meg C says:

    To create my Christmas cards and also finish the cross stitch piece I am making for my granddaughter.

  • 23

    I would like to make Christmas gifts for all the support staff at my son’s school, and get a head start on my Christmas cards.

  • 24
    marcy says:

    I have 2 grandkids to scrapbook and finish a quilt. For some reason I procrastinate on these. I would rather stamp πŸ™‚

  • 25
    Terri E. says:

    Finally get my Christmas cards sent out!

  • 26
    SueB (UK) says:

    My goal is to try my hand at other crafts – I have treated myself to some needle-felting goodies & a resin jewellery kit.

  • 27
    Rose Noelle says:

    Another great release ladies! My goal is to make all my Christmas cards.

  • 28
    Sue Plote says:

    My crafting goal this year is to make as many handmade projects as possible!

  • 29
    sarah.boirin says:

    to make all my Christmas cards before 1st December!

  • 30

    One of my biggest crafting goals for this fall, is to stay on top of all my card-making. Back to work, big birthdays, a wedding, and holidays are all on the horizon for this fall — making crafting time limited. Oops – gotta go craft! Bye!

  • 31
    Heather I. says:

    One of my fall goals is to get ready for 2 craft sales without making myself too nuts. πŸ™‚

  • 32
    Caren says:

    To make more cards!

  • 33

    Attempt to capture my dogs in a acrylic painting. I am new to canvas painting and I hope to capture their essence.

  • 34
    Jo Ann Mooney says:

    As many others, my goal is to get my Christmas cards made before December so I can mail them without the stress I had last year. I am really looking forward to seeing what is in store for next month’s release. I am sure I will be most pleased as usual!

  • 35
    JoAnn H says:

    I am going to organize the craft areas of the home…I’ve spread out into many rooms.

  • 36
    Dana W says:

    Mm I don’t really have a big goal, a small one is to do more fall/Halloween cards for an upcoming crafts show

  • 37
    katevdp says:

    To make at least 50 cards to donate to my kids school fete. I’d better get started on it!

  • 38
    sallie says:

    I would like to finish making all my Christmas/Hanukkah cards by November 1st.

  • 39
    Cindy O says:

    I’ve started making cards for our local senior center, mostly to use for “random acts of kindness” and thank you notes. One of my goals is to help with their crafty ideas to brighten someone’s day. My biggest goal though is to have fun with my art supplies and stretch what I’m doing.

  • 40
    Polly says:

    My goal is to get more cards done ahead of schedule instead of having to do so many at the last minute. I’ve already started my holiday cards and am enjoying the process.

  • 41
    Sarah white says:

    My goal is to make enough thank you cards so I have them on hand at work.

  • 42
    S. Molinari says:

    Knitting some sweaters for my grandchildren and catching up on my scrapbooks πŸ˜‰

  • 43
    Colleen B. says:

    My crafting goal for this fall is to get a jumpstart on my Christmas cards.

  • 44
    Melissa Ladd says:

    I’d love to get set for Christmas cards and handmade gifts, as well as make extras of the cards that I give out a lot.

  • 45
    Lori r says:

    One of my biggest goals for the fall is to make the Halloween goody bags for my nieces class. This will be my first project for the kids.

  • 46
    Dee in NH says:

    My goal is get more organized and finish my stamp catalogs.

  • 47
    Birgit says:

    I would love to get my craft room cleaned and organized.

  • 48
    diana says:

    I would like to make ALL my Christmas cards this year! πŸ˜‰

  • 49
    Dgolly says:

    More crafting and enjoying my supplies. I’ve spent so much time trying to get organized that my actual time using my supplies and being creative has been neglected. πŸ™

  • 50
    Kathy D says:

    My crafting goal for the fall is STOP PROCRASTINATING! I need to get things done early rather than stressing at the last minute.

  • 51
    Kelly L says:

    Make Halloween cards and send them out in mass quantities like I do Christmas cards. It would be so unexpected!

  • 52
    Amy says:

    Stop waiting for big chunks of time to craft and make use of all the small bits and pieces of time that I usually write off…

  • 53
    Michelle Early says:

    We’re leaving to take our daughter to college on Monday. I’d like to have a scrapbook about her senior year done for Christmas. I hope that’s not too ambitious!

  • 54
    Karen Hetherington says:

    My biggest goal this fall is to finish my Christmas cards early.

  • 55

    To make more than one card a week!! Anita πŸ™‚

  • 56
    Diane says:

    Finish my already started projects, of which there are many!

  • 57
    sano says:

    My biggest goal for the Autumn season is to get my Christmas cards done.

  • 58
    Kim Swenson says:

    To finally get my craft room cleaned out and organized. You’ve given me a new spark of mojo with this beautiful release.

  • 59
    Pam Denner says:

    My crafting goal for fall is to start my Christmas Cards early. Then I can get into my Christmas baking.

  • 60
    Janice Badger says:

    my goal this fall is to get stocking made for all 4 of us – have been meaning to do so for years!

  • 61
    Betsy L. says:

    To organize my craft room and, of course, to start making Christmas cards!

  • 62
    Christine R says:

    I would to craft with my kids and make things for their teachers.

  • 63
    Liz mcallister says:

    Ok, this is sad, but I really need to keep my craft space neat! Seems like I spend the little time I have cleaning up

  • 64
    Kim Badelt says:

    One of my goals is to start on the felt Christmas ornaments I want to make for my kids this year (oh and finish last years :0)

  • 65
    Kim Edsen says:

    Finally complete the refinishing of my grandmother’s hutch, that I have worked on off and on over the last several years as well as sew the completed cross-stitched Christmas stockings for my husband and I (another ‘years in progress’ project…but I figured my children’s stockings should come 1st!) Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 66
    Kathie B says:

    My goal is to bring order and organization to all stamping supplies…I would have a a lot more time to create if I didn’t have to spend so much time looking for the things I need!

  • 67
    Becky says:

    I hope to get all of my Christmas cards completed early!

  • 68
    BeckyTE says:

    I want to make better use of my die cuts and showcase them on some fabulous cards.

  • 69
    Barbara R says:

    Organizing my craft room and keeping it that way, so I can complete my Fall cards and my Christmas cards without too much stress!

  • 70
    Denise C. says:

    This Fall my goal is to re-organize my craft space, make Halloween treat bags (about 200) for the children that come to an emergency food pantry where I volunteer and then work on Christmas cards, tags and a set or two of note cards to give as gifts.

  • 71
    Tammy says:

    Get my 100+ Christmas cards finished early. I say it every year.

  • 72

    Get started early on my Christmas cards .

  • 73
    Keri says:

    My biggest crafting goal this fall…as it is every year…is to start and finish all of my Christmas crafting early so that I can enjoy the season, rather than work all the way up to Christmas Eve…like I do just about every year. πŸ˜‰

  • 74
    Annie says:

    My crafting goal for this fall is to finish organizing my craft room and make take home gifts for our guests at our annual Christmas Eve dinner.

  • 75
    Lisa Zielke says:

    I am a brand new cardmaker/papercrafter. I became interested in this hobby several months ago while browsing through Pinterest looking for wedding ideas for my daughter. Planning her wedding consumed most of my spare time but I was able to do a lot of shopping on my iPad while laying in bed at night. I now have probably one of the BEST stocked craftrooms imaginable and the wedding was last week – so now I am FREE! I am going to take time for me and craft away!! Thank you so much for all of your wonderful, inspiring ideas! Let the fun begin!!!

  • 76
    Darla says:

    My fall crafting goal is to work on a baby book for our first grandchild who arrives in October!

  • 77
    Lynn Gauthier says:

    To start a blog; but, I have no idea how!!!
    Love all the Halloween goodies!!!

  • 78
    Linda Lander says:

    To complete two albums for two college grandchildren…before they begin a new year with more pictures …. Once I finish those, I can breathe a sigh of relief and work on my Christmas cards… I love my grandchildren, but I also LOVE making cards.

  • 79
    Kerry says:

    I want to get caught up on my project life album as well as getting a jump on holiday projects.

  • 80
    Sue McRae says:

    …to start my Christmas cards in September and have them done by the end of October.

  • 81

    To start on knitting scarves early! And to get enough Christmas cards done to have plenty to send to friends…

  • 82
    lainey says:

    To get all my Christmas/holiday projects completed by the beginning of December so I can relax a bit before the actual holidays!

  • 83
    Tracie C. says:

    My goal always seems to be the same – Organization.

  • 84
    Bev T says:

    I need to reorganize my crafting space.

  • 85

    My one biggest crafting goal is to finish renovations on my craft room and finally have everything in order!

  • 86
    Terri W says:

    It seems the common goal is also mine. I want to get my Christmas cards done early so I am not scrambling at the last minute.

  • 87
    Vickie Davis says:

    One of my crafting goals this fall is to get my craft room organized so that I can craft more efficiently! And I do need to get projects ready for a bazaar!

  • 88
    adele says:

    to create a book of photos and stories about family heirlooms so my kids will know why they ate heirlooms.

  • 89
    SamanthaJohnson says:

    I would like to have my Christmas cards completed by thanksgiving, so i can have time to make some tags for the holiday.

  • 90
    Laurie says:

    I’m hoping to get a good early start on Christmas cards for this year … I’ve always made all of my cards, it’s quite a challenge.

  • 91
    Amy R says:

    My biggest craft goal for fall is to get my craft room organized!!

  • 92
    Amy Smith says:

    I want to use Spook Manor and make treats for my coworkers and friends with darling toppers!

  • 93

    To find and unpack my crafting supplies! We recently had an unexpected move across country, and I and have been waiting a month for most of our boxes to arrive. (Hopefully next week!) I haven’t made a card in nearly 3 months and I’m super anxious to find my supplies and get back to crafting.

  • 94

    Get a new ink pad holder and some paper shelves to better store my cardstock in my new crafty room!

  • 95
    Dolores says:

    My big goal for this fall is to make cards and gift box them for other family members to use throughout the coming year.

  • 96
    Pam Hollie says:

    To be more organized and get my Halloween and Christmas cards and gifts done early so I can admire them before I give them away!

  • 97
    bookboxer says:

    My goal is to reduce the number of works-in-progress in the craft room by FINISHING some of them!

  • 98
    Sue F. says:

    I would like to improve my watercoloring skills to use on my cards.

  • 99
    Linda Rauch says:

    My biggest goal for this fall is to get my holiday cards done. With your new releases that will be easier.

  • 100
    Txgirl says:

    I’d love to finally get my craft room organized so that maybe I can start scrapbooking again. It’s going to be tricky – having a scrapbook AND cardmaking section.

  • 101
    Sue D says:

    My crafting goals for this fall are to keep up with our church card ministry and my craft show items during the midst of a move–yikes!

  • 102
    Tracey T says:

    To use what I buy and only buy what I’m really going to use! Let’s see how long that lasts…

  • 103
    erin says:

    Will I ever clean my craft room? A purge? I think a more realistic goal is to prep my card making classes in advance….

  • 104
    Betty says:

    i have an order for 60 cards (a shop where i sell) – so really need to get going on that!

  • 105
    JeanFB says:

    My biggest goal is to finally try a large sized mixed media canvas – using my stamps, inks, paints, papers, and more, on a large scale!

  • 106
    Kitty says:

    I have a card catalog in my craft room purchased from my school. I would like to organize and decide what craft supplies to put in it.

  • 107
    Melanie Ann MacKenzie says:

    I would like to catch up on my needlework projects since stamping tends to use up most of my time. Cheers.

  • 108

    To enjoy the last couple of months of my sabbatical…

  • 109
    mandy says:

    My goal for this fall is to make all the sets of cards I want to give out as Christmas gifts.

  • 110
    Betty Sue says:

    I want to start my gift calendars early this Fall as it is always a rush to get them done at the Holidays! Love this release!!!! Can’t wait to get the product!!

  • 111

    I want to get a head start of Christmas cards this Fall and carve out some time to play with watercolors and some acrylic paints (maybe try some mixed media . . .)

  • 112
    Gabriela says:

    To get back into card making and Stamping. I, sadly lost the crafting mojo…. I still occasionally scrapbook but haven’t made a card in months. I even (gasp) bought a card the other day. It is sad, I really miss it. I am hoping in the fall the mojo returns and I feel like making Christmas cards to send out to family and friends.

  • 113
    Sallyann says:

    My biggest crafting goal for fall and actually for this whole year has been to learn new techniques. Mini goals are to stretch outside my normal comfort zone, try new things and then repeat until I’ve figured things out. The waste basket has gotten more attention this year but that’s okay because I’m learning what works and what doesn’t. I’m surprised at how much I’ve learned already: foiling, stencils, distress ink tricks, watercolor, repeated ink stamping, just stamping in general. Lots still to learn!

  • 114
    Crystal says:

    I would love to learn to color and shade. Use Copic markers and water coloring. I have so much that I would love to accomplish paper crafting….

  • 115
    Alicia says:

    to finish unpacking and setting up a permanent home for my crafting space. My goodies have been in storage and I miss using them.

  • 116
    NancyF says:

    Lots of cards – birthday, Halloween, and Christmas. Also time to get back out the knitting needles and yarn and whip up some hats for Christmas presents.

  • 117
    Vikki H says:

    To move my craft supplies from a one counter utility room to a spare bedroom.

  • 118
    KristaT says:

    I will be making a holiday banner, as well as some ornaments for my kids to get them started on their own Christmas trees.

  • 119
    Tracy says:

    I’d like to build up a BIG stash of greeting cards of all kinds. I never seem to have just the one I need.

  • 120
    Nancy Penir says:

    It’s always fun planning projects with the grandchildren! We have a fairy garden, and set out furnishings of twigs and acorns, anything handy scattered outside. Their imagination is endless! I don’t think finishing is an option. It’s a labor of love and a work in progress.

  • 121
    Cyndee says:

    Because I appreciate autumn and the harvest, I am inspired to give more to others this fall, whether it be a card or homemade bread nicely wrapped and decorated. Thanks Papertrey Ink designers for ideas.

  • 122
    Brittany says:

    I would love to actually make card sets as gifts for everyone!

  • 123
    Melissa friedrich says:

    My crafty goal for this fall is to make some card sets to give as gifts for Christmas.

  • 124
    Sandy Kay says:

    Now that I’ve seen a peek of Erin’s kit, I will be making gifts for Christmas with that!

  • 125
    Dawn Y. says:

    Crafting a handmade Christmas and jumping back into scrapbooking are at the top of my list for Autumn! β™‘

  • 126
    Bobby says:

    I have two quilts to make and need to get back to scrapbooking. Do I fit them into stamping, or stamping into them? πŸ˜‰

  • 127
    Sheila says:

    I’m hoping to make more cards to send out for encouragement and possibly start a blog.

  • 128
    Kymona says:

    I would love to create a video of me making a card!!

  • 129
    Gina says:

    I want to finish my 2014 pocket-scrapbooking album, make our Christmas gift tags and our Christmas cards.

  • 130
    Iris Shubert says:

    Get organized so I can use more of my wonderful PTI crafty goodness. Use one or more PTI products on every project I make.Your paper is such a fine quality, it makes everything look so much nicer. I just want to use my stash!!! And enjoy what I’ve worked hard to purchase.

  • 131
    Pam A says:

    Purge unused supplies to make room for more. haha

  • 132
    see mary stamp says:

    My goal is to get back to my crafting room. Family and work responsibilities have left little time and no positive crafting energy mojo to papercraft or quilt. However, with some vacation time in July I did some reorganization in my craft room and now just need to get back there. I want to start organizing and scrapbooking some photos, get back to my PTI card-making nights and start a quilt for my younger son. We’ll see how far I get. LOL!

  • 133
    Barbara Schmidt says:

    My goal is to get all my Halloween and Christmas cards made in a timely matter so I can enjoy the holidays without rushing to get everything finished.

  • 134
    Betty H. says:

    I would like to get a head start on my Christmas cards and have a few birthday and sympathy cards on hand.

  • 135
    Manda says:

    Over the next few months I would like to actually do some craft rather than just read blogs about it!

  • 136
    Kathy says:

    My daughter is going off to college and one of my goals this fall is to create some fun, themed care packages! The new release is PHENOMENAL and I can think of so many fun ways to use the new goodies for my daughter!!

  • 137
    berryblue says:

    I am a teacher, so fall is a big period of adjustment and less “free time” as school starts and things get busy. My fall crafting goal is to be in my craft room once a week. Whether that means two hours on Saturday morning or ten minutes one weeknight after my kids go to bed. Crafting is good for my peace of mind, and I need to plan times to do it. I get sad and cranky when I have been too busy to create.

  • 138
    Chong McAfee says:

    To actually use some of my crafting items I’ve been getting all year around (so far) and getting Christmas cards done at least one month ahead.

  • 139
    Kim says:

    To keep stamping as ‘physical therapy’ for the shoulder surgery I had yesterday!

  • 140
    Nancy M. says:

    Completely reorganize my crafting area!!

  • 141
    Cindy T says:

    SEND some of the cards I make. Not just make them and forget to send them:(

  • 142
    Sheri R says:

    I am going to concentrate on ONE goal only….get started on those darn holiday cards BEFORE the holidays arrive!!!! Aaarrrggghhhh…

  • 143
    Kristina says:

    This release was so much FUN! Lots of inspiration. My goal this Fall is to start stamping more. Now that all of my kids are in school, I will have a little more free time.

  • 144
    schnypsel says:

    My goal is to finish all of my Christmas cards in begin of November. To avoid a last minute rush!

  • 145
    yvonne tinney says:

    Catch up on my Pocket Life scrapbooking-I’m up to last August…

  • 146
    Lori hefner says:

    I need to get ahead on my card making so I’m not having to buy store bought cards:/ Love this month’s release!!

  • 147
    LindaCC says:

    My goal this fall is to get more cards ready for our church ministry.

  • 148
    Cindy Otto says:

    My goal is to try more challenges and decorate the inside of my cards!

  • 149
    Marsha S. says:

    I always do a craft fair every year. I would like to have lots of gorgeous items for sale!

  • 150
    Annette Snyder says:

    Working on Christmas presents and cards!

  • 151
    Debra Metzger says:

    I would love to completely finish organizing my craft room!

  • 152
    Vickie Z says:

    Two goals…. finishing rearranging/reorganizing my craft room and get some Christmas globes from last years kit made!!

  • 153
    Jennifer Tatham says:

    My goal is to complete my storage of my clear stamps and thin dies so I can get back to making my cards and stop procrastinating!!!

  • 154
    Jessica Gaudette says:

    I want to actually use all the supplies I buy rather than just looking at them πŸ™‚

  • 155
    Barb says:

    My biggest goal this fall is to work on my Christmas cards and have them finished by Thanksgiving.

  • 156

    My crafty goal is to complete our vacation album. I have pictures piled up from 8 years ago and I am determine to have these memories organized.

  • 157
    Jessica Kerr says:

    I’ve been sending handmade Christmas cards to friends and family for almost 10 years. I always make several test designs before choosing one to mass reproduce, and a few extra one-of-a-kind cards to use for delivering gift cards, cash and whatnot. Last year, I realized that I had built up a decent stash of test designs and extra one-of-a-kind cards, so I decided to send every person on my list a different card (I only had to make five or six cards to make sure everyone was covered). As my family and friends visited each other over the holidays, I was surprised to find that they were searching through each other’s card displays to find my creations … some even began commenting on how much they had enjoyed the card that I had made “just for them.” It was such an unexpected bit of fun during a stressful season, and it really made everyone feel special (myself included). I’ve already started making one-of-a-kind cards to do the same this year. My goal is to have them all done in time!

  • 158
    Amy O says:

    I am going to finish a mini scrapbook of our summer vacation to Washington DC.

  • 159
    Amy Cooley says:

    I make fall treats for all my boys teachers and school support staff. I decorate them with cute fall tags. That will be my goal within the next month…my most favorite time of year!

  • 160
    Debbie P says:

    Now that Operation Write Home has closed up shop I would like to make up a batch of cards and donate them to my local senior center and then, of course, I need to make my own Christmas cards before the last minute.

  • 161
    Pam G says:

    One of my biggest crafting goals is to create a blog to share my work.

  • 162
    Andrea says:

    My goal is to finish organizing my craft room. I spent a lot of time this summer purging and organizing. I have a few more big organizing projects to do (stamps, dies) and I am done. After everything is put in it’s place (for now) I can finally decorate the room and get to crafting. Can’t wait to be done. The amount of “stuff” you can accumulate is amazing. BUT there’s always room for more (don’t tell me husband!)….

  • 163
    Marcia Hill says:

    I have a rag quilt I’d like to make this Fall and also finish an afghan I’ve been knitting FOREVER (at least it feels like forever!!). And maybe reorganize my craft room! :0)

  • 164
    cindy says:

    Besides getting my Christmas cards done and in the mail, I am going to make quilts for my twin grandsons. Got to get started!

  • 165
    Ronna E. says:

    This fall I definitely want to organize my craft room and then make Xmas cards for all the neighbors.

  • 166
    Kathleen says:

    To make some cards and small gifts for fall and Christmas.

  • 167
    DawnBarbie says:

    My biggest crafting goal is to get my new craft room set up and CRAFT! I have stuff scattered across the house right now – stuff in the basement in my old craft area that I have a difficult time getting to. Stuff in the dinette that was moved there this winter after I broke my foot so I could get a little crafting done. Stuff already moved to my new craft room upstairs that I can’t get to because I need to finish removing kids stuff they no longer want and get that room painted! Why am I still sitting here?!

  • 168
    Lori Lehanne says:

    I want to get more organized. Especially with my dies. I also want to enjoy some time creating with my stitching dies.

  • 169
    Lynne Phelps says:

    My biggest crafting goal this fall is a redesigned studio! I have purchased IKEA Expedits and Alex Carts and hope to create an inspirational space for papercrafting!

  • 170
    Roberta says:

    My fall project is using the many bolts of fabric I have acquired to make pillows and aprons.

  • 171
    chel says:

    One of my biggest crating goal this fall is to use more of my growing collection of stamps! I am a little afraid of stamping, so I want to learn more about the process and techniques and really have fun with them!

  • 172
    Elaine C says:

    To get back into scrapbooking and finish an album I have had sitting, and scrapbook a big vacation I took this year.

  • 173
    Lona H says:

    I need to get startedn my Halloween projects. I am just getting my room reorganized and anxious to get in there and work.

  • 174
    Celia says:

    One of my biggest goals for the Fall is to make my various drink mixer concoctions along with paper craft recipe cards. One year, I had sometime off work and I really enjoyed making this ginger syrup that I bottled myself with these adorable cocktail recipe cards. I used all my scrapbooking and stamping supplies and I was immensely proud of the project. I really want to take sometime for me- de stress from work and do something with my hands.

  • 175
    TX JennyWren says:

    To get my Halloween cards done in September, to get my Thanksgiving and Christmas cards done in October. I think and plan my cards, but start way tooooo late so only get a few completed before the holidays.

  • 176
    TerryB says:

    To get my custom calendars (with stamps and dies) to send with holiday cards done early so I’m not under so much pressure with all the other holiday festivities.

  • 177
    lisa m says:

    my biggest crafting goal is to design and make my daughters wedding invitations, a big undertaking but super excited to do them!

  • 178
    Donna Phelan says:

    To finish some signs and crafts for my daughter’s wedding!!! Make some really sweet Christmas cards and ornaments. And to use my Silhouette Cameo more!!!

  • 179
    DawnBarbie says:

    #167 I mistyped my email address πŸ™ sorry! I hope that didn’t disqualify me.

  • 180
    Tracey C. says:

    My biggest goal is to make more time TO craft… I only ever make something when I need to, not just sit and create.

  • 181
    Noelle says:

    Because i will be homeschooling two and chasing an 11 month old around we are keeping it simple: one card a week and keep up with a digital scrapbook!

  • 182
    Donna M. says:

    I have lots of goals, not enough time. Right now I’m trying to catch up on scrapbooking the grandkids. I did better when Heather was releasing the Monthly Moments series, but now I’m terribly behind!

  • 183
    Gerry S says:

    Try to somehow keep a clean, workable desk space! I seem to craft in a 10 x10…inches, that is, space.

  • 184
    Mary Brayton says:

    One of my biggest crafting goals for this Fall is preparing & crafting for a “Fall Fest” to gather our rural folks in Hollister and welcome new neighbors!

  • 185
    Leslie S. says:

    Is to actually get my Christmas cards done! I got half way through with them last year and got too busy to finish them. It was the first time in as long as I can remember that I didn’t send out Christmas cards! Ugh! I guess at least I have a head start this year though ?

  • 186
    Judy says:

    I would like to make some time to do something creative every day!

  • 187
    Holly Saveur says:

    To have my Christmas card done and ready to send…

  • 188
    Evelyn says:

    to get my Christmas cards started. I am way behind this year

  • 189

    Getting other Dutch people fall in love with Halloween too! I’m sure the really great products that will be released tonight will help to convince my friends and family that we need that holiday over here too!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 190
    Kelly W. says:

    I have two Autumn crafting goals for this year…to scrapbook our Maine vacation we just returned from and to make my Christmas cards. The later is a big deal for me because I usually run out of time and resort to photo cards and only send my immediate family a handmade card. Wish me luck!

  • 191
    kim k says:

    My crafting goal is to have completed 40 handmade Christmas cards and have them addressed by Thanksgiving. I also have 20 more 9-patch blocks to complete before I can put a quilt top together.

  • 192
    lisa808 says:

    to start my Christmas cards before Thanksgiving!

  • 193
    Nancy Thomas says:

    I have two fall goals. One is to finish up organizing my craft supplies. I’ve made great progress but am anxious to get it completed. I also want to accelerate my Christmas card making so I won’t come up short in December. Thanks for all the inspiration this week!

  • 194
    Diana K says:

    to decide on my Christmas theme early enough to actually carry it through all of my holiday projects. And to have samples ready by mid-October.I love matchy-matchy for the holidays πŸ™‚

  • 195
    Jeanette Kluesner says:

    I have the pieces to my Halloween card from last year. I hope I get them together in the mail. It’s the pumpkin segment die. Love it, love it, love it!

  • 196
    Vicki A. says:

    Make my Halloween, Thanksgiving and special Christmas cards early this year. So I have a no stress holiday season!

  • 197
    Cheryl says:

    My goal is to have a stamping party to make Christmas cards before December rolls around

  • 198
    Jennifer K says:

    My biggest goal is to make progress on my kids’ school of life scrapbooks. They have been sadly neglected for far too long.

  • 199
    Sue in Grapevine says:

    Make more cards for my kids, & make some Christmas cards before December.

  • 200
    Teresa F. says:

    My goal is to get all my photos scrapbooked and make my Christmas cards by November!

  • 201
    Becky B. says:

    In addition to finishing my craft room purge and overhaul, I am determined to get my Christmas cards made in the fall before Thanksgiving! Gorgeous and fun release! Wow.

  • 202
    Kristie G. says:

    Get all my Christmas cards made and stamped on the inside. πŸ™‚

  • 203
    Victoria h says:

    To get some card sets ready for Christmas gifts.

  • 204
    Kathy J in Ellicott City says:

    Get my craft room organized. I seem to always be doing this, I get it close and then purchase more stuff that needs to be stored. LOL

  • 205
    Sheri says:

    I need to get started on my holiday projects and cards in the fall, or like now! I always wait too long, scramble at the last minute, and stress myself out. GOAL – Enjoy the process!!!

  • 206
    drucabral@sbcglobal.net says:

    My main goal is to “keep it altogether”. We are moving from the Sierra Mountains to Long Beach sometime between the end of Sept. and the beginning of Nov. All of my “stuff” will be in boxes while I anxiously wait to put my new studio together and get back to one of my biggest loves in life ~ creating and my Etsy shop, and being able to use all my new Papertrey items I’m ordering this month πŸ˜‰

  • 207
    Sabine says:

    I would just like to be able to continually craft and not just start something that never gets finished!

  • 208
    Jennifer Schmidt says:

    My goal for the fall is to make time for crafting. With the start of school for the kids and myself things get super busy, but it’s my favorite time of year for creating!

  • 209
    Deborah Rose says:

    To get my Christmas cards done before December 1st, make really nice ornaments to give as gifts and make elaborate gift tags for other purchased gifts. Pretty ambitious but Erin’s new holiday stitching kit will make the ornaments fun and easy!

  • 210
    Karen Keim says:

    I plan to start and finish all my Christmas gifts before the holiday rush!

  • 211
    Jelenzini says:

    Organization! Organization! Organization!

  • 212
    Michele H. says:

    What a wonderful new release! My goal is to create a lot more cards for autumn, instead of rushing right into Christmas!

  • 213
    Tina B. says:

    My number one priority is to make treat bags for my little grandsons classes. I love tha the cooler weather adds a little hop to my step.

  • 214
    Linda K. says:

    My goal is to get all my Christmas cards made by November 1st. I usually send out about 50 cards.

  • 215
    Amanda says:

    Biggest crafting goal this fall…handmade gifts for someone, somewhere. I always want to make them, but I never seem to get around to it.

  • 216
    Quyen says:

    My biggest goal is to make cards with all the stamps and dies I already had.

  • 217
    Jeni says:

    My biggest crafting goal for the fall is to get my Christmas Cards completed.

  • 218
    Melynn says:

    My goal this fall is to make Halloween, Thanksgiving & Christmas cards without rushing to get them done, to enjoy the design process and not feel rushed. And to help my crafting buddy Janet get her holiday card nailed down early so she can do the same.

  • 219
    Jennifer says:

    To start my Christmas cards.

  • 220
    Beth Stiver says:

    To get a good start on my Christmas projects!

  • 221
    betty lou says:

    I’ve just taken on the job of sending a birthday card to all of the members of the church I attend, so, of course, I make them, also!! My goal is to get all the church birthday cards made along with my personal cards, Halloween cards, Thanksgiving cards, and Christmas cards!

  • 222
    Jessica says:

    Make Christmas gifts for my family

  • 223
    Tiffany says:

    My goal for the fall… To get Christmas cards and gifts done
    before the 1st of December. I always procrastinate on this.

  • 224
    Mary Lou Kemp says:

    Since we moved a few months ago most of my stamping supplies are still in boxes. So my fall goal is to get everything organized so I can get back to stamping and creating.

  • 225
    Barbara Thomassen says:

    Wow, what impressive release. I can’t begin to pick a favorite. I love it all. Thank you for sharing with us.

  • 226
    Janet J says:

    I need to work with my embroidery supplies and use up some of my hoard.

  • 227
    Cindy H. says:

    Create Trick-or-Treat bags by end of September and get knitting for the holidays – lots of mittens for the nieces and nephews.

  • 228
    ScrappySue says:

    My goal for fall is to start early on my Christmas cards.

  • 229
    Kristie H says:

    We are moving in 2 weeks and I have a very stuffed craft room to pack up and move. So my goal this fall is to get it all unpacked and beautifully organized in my new craft room just so I can get back to making cards again. All this packing is keeping me from getting some well-needed crafting in.

  • 230
    Amy Gutknecht says:

    Finish all the Christmas ornaments to give as gifts.

  • 231
    Nancy Ward says:

    Finish some of my many crafting projects that I have started and are beginning to pile up:) Hoping by switching to sewing projects will help my papercrafting mojo too!

  • 232
    Brandi R says:

    LOVE this release!!! So full of awesome Yumminess β™₯

    My biggest crafty goal for this fall……spend more time getting crafty. My poor crafty space has been overly neglected the past few months. πŸ™

  • 233
    Natasha says:

    One of my biggest crafting goals is to make it on a design team again. Years ago I was on several and I feel like I’ve been out of the scene for almost too long that I’m “old news”, but it’s something I’d really like to do again.

  • 234
    Lisa R. says:

    I would love to have all my holiday cards done by the end of October.

  • 235
    Tammy Waschbisch says:

    To get my Christmas cards (anywhere from 60 – 100) done before Thanksgiving! Guess I should get started now!

  • 236
    tricia b says:

    I always like to make something for my house for the fall. A new wreath for the door, something to decorate the inside. I love the fall!

  • 237
    Tami B says:

    This is such a great release. PTI never fails to amaze and delight. My biggest goal for this fall is to purge and reorganize my craft room.

  • 238
    Monika Davis says:

    My goal is actually to cut back and not be stressed… I’d like to use more of my current supplies and de-clutter my craft room… I’d also like to start up a small stamping group at the kids’ school… we shall see. πŸ™‚

  • 239

    My goal would be use items from my stash …. πŸ˜‰

  • 240
    AllysonA says:

    One of my biggest crafting goals for this fall is to simply create more, to relax and to enjoy it. Thank you for the beautiful inspiration this week – I can’t wait to have my box of new PTI supplies arrive at my door soon!

  • 241
    Deb H says:

    Catch up on Monthly Moments (I’m working on May still). AND make a shadow box for my granddaughter to be born tonight!

  • 242
    Raquel Unruh says:

    Get some cards and coordinating gift boxes/bags made to have on hand for me and my mom!

  • 243
    Nita K. says:

    To capture the memories. I would like to set time aside to document the season with my family and actually get photos printed and in some type of album or scrapbook.

  • 244
    Tammy Hanson says:

    Hands down, getting my supplies organized and sorted out after a remodel 2 years in the making. Everything was scattered in boxes and totes and needs a serious overhaul. Has to happen! Before the holidays!

  • 245
    Dawn K-M says:

    I’m hoping to actually send out Christmas cards again. If I get my cards done inOctober, there’s a much better chance of that happening!

  • 246

    My biggest crafting goal for this Fall is to organizing my crafting room. We moved to our new home last year, and I still have craft boxes to be unpacked πŸ™‚

  • 247
    LaFaunB says:

    My goal is to make gifts!

  • 248
    Jackie says:

    Get my Christmas cards finished without procrastinating and leaving myself in a panic at the last minute.

  • 249
    Sue McW says:

    To finish some summer scrapbooks that I’ve been working on. I’m several years behind :-/ Another fabulous release!!

  • 250

    To get together with my 3 crafty friends to work on holiday cards. It has now become and annual event for the last four years.

  • 251
    Donna says:

    When Operation Write Home closed so did my mojo. It felt wonderful to make cards to fufill a greater purpose. I need to find a need for cards/crafts and start enjoying card making more. I’d love to see PTI make a set geared for the elderly and a set for sick kids.

  • 252
    Kim Rendino says:

    I’d like to get a jump on holiday projects!!! I say that every year, but maybe I can really do it this year, lol!!!

  • 253
    Joyce says:

    To make sure I’m working ahead on next years birthday card list as well as have a few cards on hand for special occasions.

  • 254
    alex says:

    To make more handmade Holiday items for family! I tell myself every year that I’ll put all my crafting supplies to good use to do this and I never make the time! I haven’t purchased anything crafty in over 8 months now because of expenses, I love this time of year for releases because you DT genuises always release the most creative new sets! To win a gift certificate would be heaven!

  • 255
    Louise says:

    Make Halloween cards for my 14 grandchildren.

  • 256
    detta owens says:

    My goal for this fall is to clean up and purge my craft room. No more paper hoarding

  • 257
    Tammie Koehnen says:

    My fall goal is to get more scrapbook pages made! I have been procrastinating for far too long and it’s been 2 years since I’ve made a page! Time to turn it around! ?great release this onto and so much inspiration!

  • 258
    Janet says:

    To complete gifts intended for christmas gifts

  • 259

    …to get Christmas cards done before December 20th!! πŸ˜‰

  • 260

    Mine is fairly simple… to keep crafting once the school year begins.

  • 261
    Elle H says:

    Actually get my Christmas cards made and sent out in time this year….early…….unlike last year!!:(. Always reminder lots of things can happen if you wait til the last minute:)

  • 262
    Chick Alizadeh says:

    ONE OF MY BIGGEST GOALS IN CRAFTING THIS FALL, IS TO LEARN HOW TO POST MY DESIGNS ON THE INTERNET.

  • 263
    jamie says:

    Organize and label all my stamps and dies.

  • 264
    Renee says:

    Actually having my Christmas crafts completed BEFORE Christmas! πŸ™‚

  • 265
    Lauren A says:

    My crafty goal for this fall is to make more Halloween decorations and get my Christmas cards addressed so I will actually send them this year! Lol!!! Cannot wait for this release!!! πŸ™‚

    Lauren

  • 266
    Patricia F. says:

    My crafting goal for fall is to complete my art journal that I started last fall! Wish me luck!

  • 267
    Raechelle Bellus says:

    One of my biggest crafting goals this fall is to step out of my comfort zone to work with new mediums and attempt new-to-me projects.

  • 268
    Rachel says:

    My goal is to get some simple thank you cards done. Some of my students give gifts for holidays, and I have a stash of the $1 cards from Michaels and Target in my desk drawer in my classroom so I can write a thank you right away. I make cards for Christmas gifts, but I don’t have a stash of ones that would work throughout the whole school year.

  • 269
    Robyn G. says:

    To REALLY decorate my house for Autumn! Wreaths inside and out, Autumn pillows, curtains, decorations, everything. I have this wall ornament thing-it’s distressed metal and has 5 framed pictures in a wine-country theme, I’m not really into the wine-thing, so I am going to make my own art pieces to put in their places!

  • 270
    Alesa says:

    To step outside the box and try something new. And, gather more unique embellishments.

  • 271
    Crisanne D. says:

    Each year my children hand make their Christmas gifts for one another. They can shop for supplies, but that’s it! As they grow their gifts get more meaningful, and complex! We are beginning our plans, and I will spend my fall helping each one of them with sewing, woodworking, paper and glue to put their gifts together. I love the one-on-one time and learning new skills with each of them.

  • 272
    Sabine says:

    I will make and actually mail Halloween and Christmas cards this year! I promise ?

  • 273
    Paula Laird says:

    To finish knitting my daughter’s birthday sweater before her October birthday!

  • 274
    Connie G says:

    I want to do challenges more and stretch myself with my projects and all my Christmas tags will be done before the end of September! Fantastic release!!!

  • 275
    Melanie A. says:

    To finish purging and organizing my craft space. Trying to work with it like that takes some of the fun out of it! Besides I need to make room for the new goodies I purchase on release days!

  • 276
    Sandi D says:

    This year I want to make Christmas decorated frames for each member of our family with pages scrapped from old photos. Also hoping to get Thanksgiving cards out this year for the first time.

  • 277
    Jen Carter says:

    Sending my cards!! I make them but then don’t get them in the mail! I really want to do better at that this year!

  • 278
    Deb Else says:

    Organize my craft space so I can be much more efficient.

  • 279
    TeresaRP says:

    Cleaning my craft area!

  • 280
    Julene says:

    My goal is to continue organizing and thin out my stash by donating some stamps and papers to the elementary school before/after school program.

  • 281
    Debi W says:

    My goal this fall is to finish organizing my studio! Seems like I get part of it done then get distracted and start another project. I have made progress all summer, but want it done this fall!

  • 282
    Judy Woodland says:

    One of my biggest craft goals for this fall is to be better organized in my craft room. This release is amazing, can’t wait to see what all the design team members come up with in the next few days!!

  • 283
    peggysue says:

    Make my Christmas cards and some thankfulness journals for my girls and myself!

  • 284
    Leslie559 says:

    Getting started again! I’ve been absent of creativity for a while now and am so inspired by your release and some of your older paper stacks that I just bought. Excited!

  • 285
    Ohhh Snap says:

    Is to get most of my Christmas Gifts done by November. OKay, it’s making me laugh because I’ve never come close, but the little bit of Pollyanna in me is saying, “Maybe this Year”.

  • 286
    Kailash says:

    I would love to complete a few scrapbook pages of recent travels and get going on my Christmas cards:-))

  • 287
    Char says:

    I would love to get all my Christmas cards done on time πŸ™‚

  • 288
    Cathy Weber says:

    My biggest project for Fall is to make coordinating birthday favors for my grandsons first birthday…going to use lots of PTI stamps and dies for this!

  • 289
    JanetB says:

    I plan to do less fretting about what needs to be done, and just do it:)

  • 290
    BeverlyBL says:

    My goal is to finish SOMETHING. I have hundreds of incomplete cards.

  • 291
    connie fisher says:

    I would like to finish a quilt I started years ago and get my Christmas cards made early.

  • 292
    c says:

    I have three goals: making Halloween cards for my niece’s kindergarten class (60 students…which gives me reason to order Halloween products *grin*); making my annual Advent calendar for my niece AND nephew; getting a whole bunch of Christmas cards made for the Christmas Bazaar at the seniors’ residence where my mom volunteers. Proceeds go to her volunteer group. Whew…I need to get started! Thanks for the give-away opportunity!
    ~carol

  • 293
    Diane says:

    I want to start making more fall decor items such as a banner to hang up in our living room. I always “think” about doing these kinds of projects but never seem to get around to it!

  • 294
    Carol b says:

    “To get my studio organized”! My room is a mess from last Christmas. It’s not inspiring to create there, and my workspace is all cluttered, so I bring things downstairs to the dining room table to work on. This sort of defeats the purpose of having a dedicated room to do things in.
    Carol b

  • 295
    Sue says:

    I am hoping to make some interesting Halloween packages for my neighbours and get started on some Christmas crossstich for gifts.

  • 296
    Deb D says:

    To make a conscious effort to put to use your color and sketch recipes.

  • 297

    A few goals for this fall are getting some scrap booking done. As well as cards for every occasion & Christmas!!! Have got to make the time to get these things done…

  • 298
    Rhonda H says:

    I want to carve out time for me and cards again.It energizes me and I’ve missed it.

  • 299
    Jean R-T says:

    Get an early start on my Christmas cards and calendars!

  • 300
    Kathryn A says:

    My crafting goal for this fall is to start my Christmas cards earlier!

  • 301
    Lanae says:

    One of my biggest crafting goals this fall is to reorganize my craft space!!!

  • 302
    Karen Ramsey says:

    To finish organizing my craft room, make my Christmas cards and not wait until the last minute to make a few handmade Christmas gifts.

  • 303
    Sherry G says:

    Each September we host an event to which we invite 8 couples. My goal is to make them feel appreciated by presenting them a basket filled with snacks that feature handmade tags and wrappers. You make it so easy!!

  • 304
    Shelly S says:

    I plan on entering more challenges and finally developing a stash of cards. I especially want to make some sympathy cards since I have actually had to buy a few recently.

  • 305
    Deanne R says:

    Where do I start? My major goal will be to have my Christmas cards finished by the 1st of December. So can’t wait to see what PTI has coming out next month to help me accomplish that goal.

  • 306
    Sharon Jaeger says:

    I would love to finish my album of our trip to Scandinavia in Summer 2013. And of course get a head start on my Christmas cards and tags!

  • 307
    Noreen says:

    I usually make a lot of the Christmas gifts I give, and I work on them all year. But this year I haven’t made the usual progress, and I need to get that under way. Thanks for the wonderful chance to win some of your lovely products!

  • 308
    Cmtry555@aol.com says:

    My goal this fall is to finish my granddaughters blanket. I also want to get my Christmas cards completed before Thanksgiving!

  • 309
    Viki says:

    Continue with my Project Life. I always make a few fall/Halloween crafts and start thinking about Christmas crafts.

  • 310
    Renee M says:

    One (of many) goals that I have is to make some fun packaging for my jewelry for a November craft show I’ll have a booth in. Absolutely fabulous new products and creativity in this release–wow!!

  • 311
    richard L says:

    My biggest crafting goal this fall is cleaning my craft space and keeping it tidy after each crafting session.

  • 312
    Yvonne Snellings says:

    I would like to say that I will have all of my hand made Christmas gifts finished before Thanksgiving!

  • 313
    Edie B says:

    My Christmas cards are almost completed so my goal this fall is to make some packs of a variety of cards to use as gifts.

  • 314
    Linda Sodano says:

    I would like to make beautiful Thanksgiving cards for my family and friends!

  • 315
    Sheri Elmont says:

    My goal is to finish the card packs I give as gifts early enough to make some cute packaging for them rather then just wrapping them up.

  • 316

    I really need to scrapbook. I haven’t done any for the last eight months!

  • 317
    Laurie says:

    Biggest goal is to get scrapbooking projects
    done. Well maybe get half of my family vacation projects done.

  • 318
    Debbi Haynes-Jacintho says:

    To have all my Christmas cards, gift tags, and wrapping “stuff” (paper, ribbon, embellishments, the whole shebang) all finished up & ready to go by Thanksgiving — fingers crossed !!

  • 319
    Leslie L. says:

    My goals, yes plural, are to get my cards and tags made before Christmas Eve since that is the night we celebrate and I am preparing to make scrapbooks for my brother and sister of all kinds of old family photos I have recently discovered so I need all the time I can get to get that accomplished.

  • 320
    Deborah R says:

    I have a brand new grandchild and I want to make him a scrapbook!

  • 321
    Lisa K says:

    My goal is to get my Christmas cards done early so I’m not scrambling to get them out.

  • 322
    Terri Bills says:

    My biggest goal is to get my craft room cleaned up and organized so I can get started on my Christmas cards and crafts.

  • 323
    Karen King says:

    Make more just because cards for my kids and get my Christmas cards finished.

  • 324
    Dawn Z says:

    To stretch my creativity and create an original design. Usually I just copy and tweak someone else’s design.

  • 325
    Cindy Hanson says:

    My fall crafting goal is to make a centerpiece for theThanksgiving table.

  • 326
    Mary Lindsey says:

    To find at least a little time for crafting every week!

  • 327
    Liliana Phillips says:

    To get my Christmas cards done early so that they are ready to be mailed.

  • 328
    Nels Nelson says:

    Finish my first stamp set and start on the next!

  • 329
    Penny J. says:

    Hahaha…….to actually craft!!!
    My husband says I do alot of buying but he never sees me make anything! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™

  • 330
    Dana says:

    Lizzie’s card has Heather’s name on it! Both of their cards are so beautiful!
    My biggest crafting goal for the fall is to do some! I’ve been making cards a la carte for the last little while. I have started my Christmas collection but need to work on it in earnest. πŸ˜‰

  • 331
    Lani says:

    My main goal is to make hand made with love gifts for Christmas. That along with making my holiday cards should keep me quite busy. Love this release!

  • 332
    Karen Amidon says:

    My goal…To step outside my comfort level and try new products and techniques!

  • 333
    Natallie says:

    My goal is to actually put into practice all the great card ideas I keep finding on the internet. I just keep finding more and more interesting ideas and my “wish” and “to do” lists keep getting longer and longer!

  • 334
    Mimi H. says:

    I’m planning to get a new storage unit for my craft room, so hopefully by fall I’ll be more organized.

  • 335
    Mimi R says:

    I am going to practice my calligraphy more so I can actually start doing more with those skills.

  • 336

    Oh man…so many huge crafting goals, but it would be amazing if I could actually ink up all of my unused stamp sets. I have an obscene amount of PTI sets that I haven’t even used yet, but I can’t stop myself from buying more and more! Total hoarder stuff going on over here!

  • 337
    Joybells says:

    I participate in several craft shows and I would like to “stay ahead of the game” and not procrastinate.

  • 338
    Alisyn says:

    My biggest crafting goal this fall is to make all my Christmas cards before my new baby arrives Dec. 5!

  • 339
    Susanne V. says:

    Get started on my Christmas cards – yikes!
    Awesome release!

  • 340

    My goal for fall is to work more with foil in rich colors like gold, copper and reds.

  • 341

    I would love to finish my kids’ sports albums and finish my Christmas cards by the end of September!

  • 342
    Mary Ann Fry says:

    My goal is to make those cute Petite Places Halloween and Christmas mason jars. I love mason jars and Papertrey!

  • 343
    LindaM says:

    My crafting goal this year is to try and use more of my stuff. I buy stamps & dies that I just have to have and yet they sit unused.

  • 344
    mary lewis says:

    My biggest goal is to sort out and organize my crafting area.

  • 345
    Lois says:

    Oh My!!! So many goals…..Biggest one is to organize my craft room.

  • 346
    TamiBabs says:

    I love doing lots cards for the Winter holidays but time is always at such a premium. Last year I was able to do that – thanks to Betsy’s introduction of Petite Places – and gave everyone on my list a beautiful ornament! Autumn is LOADED with birthdays in my family and my goal is to not only get cards done (and sent) for those but to do some Autumn holiday cards/ornaments/treat jars as well. This release should be a HUGE help. πŸ™‚

  • 347
    Amy M says:

    Find new ways to use stamps and paper that I haven’t used in a long time. I tend to gravitate to the same few sets and colors. I want to make better use of what I have!

  • 348
    Greyce says:

    one of my biggest crafting goals this fall would be to have all my holiday cards done early. i tell myself this every year, this time i hope it do it!

  • 349
    Wendalyn says:

    Finish unpacking my craft room from when we moved last spring.

  • 350
    Amber P says:

    To get my Christmas cards and crafts done AHEAD OF TIME, instead of waiting until the last minute! πŸ™‚ I have an issue with procrastination.

  • 351
    Cathy Yamashita says:

    My fall goal is to get my Christmas cards finished before December!

  • 352
    Alanna says:

    To get my Christmas cards done before thanksgiving would be my biggest goal.

  • 353
    Nancy M says:

    Unfortunately, my goal seems to be the same each season – to make and get the cards in the mail on time for what ever the occasion is.

  • 354
    Holly F. says:

    Too start on Fall/Christmas projects when kids get back in school!

  • 355
    Peggy says:

    Finish my Christmas cards from last year and actually mail them out!

  • 356
    Cathy Max says:

    My crafting goal this fall is to start making Christmas gifts. As soon as the kids go back to school, I will work on handmade items for family members and friends. I have so many wonderful tools I’ve purchased from PTI to create beautiful items and I need to start putting them to good use.
    Also, I plan on making cute little items to pass out to random people I meet when I’m out and about. Been wanting to do this for a while now. Just a little RAK πŸ™‚
    Blessings

  • 357
    Jayell says:

    My goal is to make a start on my Christmas cards and tags early so that it’s not left until the last minute

  • 358
    Craftyfield says:

    Finally going back to my neglected scrapbooks and complete at least one of them! I’ve been suffering a bit of a creative block when it comes to these big 12×12 spaces…

  • 359
    llindagk23 says:

    First is to get my craft area organized, then to get all of my presents made before Thanksgiving.

  • 360
    Eileen Lucas says:

    My goal this Fall is to get all my dies and stamps organized so that I can find what Im looking for when I go to create a card for someone. I am always hunting for certain items to finish my ideas.

  • 361
    Deeper Than Paper says:

    My biggest crafting goal is to enjoy whatever time I get to craft πŸ™‚

  • 362
    Shannon hernadi says:

    Finish organizing and restocking all my crafty bits.

  • 363
    laura mm says:

    Lovely release & projects!
    Goals: Christmas cards & uploading cards to Etsy.

  • 364
    Lyn says:

    Organize and scrapbook photos of my grandchildren and get my Christmas cards stamped and sent in a “timely” manner instead of rushing at the last minute .. better get started now!!!

  • 365
    Arlene says:

    I want to get my Christmas cards done earlier so I can get them mailed to people before Christmas.

  • 366
    Ellen S. says:

    My little 4yo granddaughter has just started Pr-K. She has diabetes and requires extra care and attention. The two teachers in her classroom and the two school nurses have been just wonderful, and are providing such loving care! I want to make a packet of fall-themed cards for each of them as a gift. The new releases have given me all kinds of inspiration!

  • 367
    Marcie says:

    this fall I want to photograph all of the wonderful things that come with this amazing season.

  • 368
    LR says:

    I want to organize my craft room and get some Christmas cards and gifts made!

  • 369
    Karen Flynn says:

    I would like to create hand-made, hand-stitched gifts for everyone in my family for Christmas : )

  • 370
    Kim P says:

    acquiring more colors in inks and matching cardstock, and more zigs and copics!

  • 371

    I want to Create LOTS of FUN Holiday Gifts this Year!! I’m hoping to have them ALL Finished early so I can ENJOY the Holidays with LESS STRESS!! HAHAHAHAHA!! BIG GOALS so we’ll see if I can get things DONE!!?? Have a FABULOUS REKEASE WEEKEND!! =)

  • 372

    It’s not a huge goal, but I’m going to try to use up some of my “bits and pieces” stash. I was doing really well last year, but this year the stash has been growing instead of shrinking!

  • 373
    Jamie hills says:

    It’s not as lofty as goals go, but I would like to craft a gift for my friends this year. And hopefully create a card to go with it.

  • 374
    Beth Costello says:

    My fall crafting goal is to get a couple of mini albums done that have been on my list for a while now! Also, to get my hands on those softie dies! πŸ™‚

  • 375
    Ann Bin. says:

    My biggest goal is to finish my master’s degree and return to create .

  • 376
    Claudia S. says:

    My goal is to step out of my comfort zone and try new techniques and “shabby Chic” cards.

  • 377
    Teresa beg says:

    Make mini album of my Disney vacation last fall. I do finally have all the supplies. Maybe it will happen:).

  • 378
    karen b says:

    I need to make gift tags, I have none left! And it is time for new stockings at our house as we are adding a future son-in-law!

  • 379
    Pat Whitley says:

    To make my very first shaker cards…..using Candy Corn! Squeeeeeeeeeeee!

  • 380
    GingerJ says:

    Finishing my Christmas cards would be my first goal for fall.

  • 381
    Chris L. says:

    One of my biggest goals for the fall is to continue to be crafty . . .usually the start of school throws everything off!

    Chris L.

  • 382
    Samantha Burns says:

    My goal is to get my Christmas crafts started and finished in time for the holidays! I was a wee bit behind last year and before I knew it, December was here!

  • 383
    Terri C says:

    I would love to finish my Christmas cards before the first snow fall. I always seem to wait until the last minute and nobody gets them before Christmas!!!

  • 384
    Jan L says:

    I would really like to get some baby shower decorations made for a shower I’m hosting instead of running to the store at the last minute and buying them!

  • 385
    Laura says:

    To stay organized!

  • 386

    An ongoing goal is to keep my supplies organized so that I can find what I want quickly. And I’d love to get all of your new Quilt series this year and make some cards. I stopped quilting when I started making cards, and having these types of supplies to make paper quilts would fill that need to play with pattern!

  • 387
    Beverly Soo Hoo says:

    I would like to learn to add shading to my coloring.

  • 388
    Rosemary D says:

    would love to say i have a big crafting goal, but i don’t, lol! i have daily/weekly sort of goals… mainly to just get weekly projects completed in a timely manner so i can have time to do things with my family!

  • 389
    Shirley K says:

    Making holiday cards! And getting more pictures of my kids scrapbooked!

  • 390

    My goal is to configure (and organize!!) my crafting space. I received an IKEA gift card for my b’day, which I can’t wait to put to good use! Hopefully, a place for everything and everything in it’s place!

  • 391
    Mary K says:

    I want to make Christmas gifts, and Erin’s new kit will be perfect! My family all appreciate a handmade gift, and I love making them.

  • 392
    kelly says:

    i just need to get started again. last year was consumed by the planning and building of our new house and farm and this year, up until this point, has been consumed with moving and settling (sort of…there is still much in the way of decorating to be done) but i just want to craft again so i need to make a block of time a few days a week and just get going. three weeks until school starts and then let the crafting begin!

  • 393
    Cynthia Rose says:

    We rearranged the furniture in my ‘studio’ and hubby put shelves in the closet. Now I just have to get everything sorted and put away πŸ™‚ I also want to finish indexing my stamps (I had no idea I had After all that (if I ever finish) I plan on spending the winter finishing my boxes (really, boxes) of projects.

  • 394
    Sandy Curtis says:

    Stress free Holiday cards – handmade and in the mail πŸ™‚

  • 395
    Angela C says:

    I’m always working on 10 different things. I get side tracked with new projects. So my fall goal would be to focus on 1 project a week and just get it done! Then maybe Ill be able to keep up with the holidays!

  • 396
    Michelle Benoit says:

    How funny that you should ask! I just realized that I am constantly using Papertrey stamps and my goal is to sell off my stamps from other companies.

  • 397
    Kathy Mc says:

    My biggest crafting project for this Fall is to get an early start on my Christmas cards…once I see the release next month. Once that’s done, I’d like to make a stash of cards for myself to have in advance and also for people in need. Seems I’m always rushing to get a special card done in a hurry, especially sympathy cards lately.

  • 398
    Annette P. says:

    I need to organize!!

  • 399
    Vivian C. says:

    One of my goals this fall is to get my girlfriends together to make Halloween cards. Everyone is so busy we don’t get together very often, which is a shame, because we always have so much fun creating together.

  • 400
    Caroline says:

    Finish some of my hand painted gifts for family members early and then of course get my Christmas cards finished before Thanksgiving. Nice to set goals and maybe I can accomplish it.

  • 401
    Dana Kirby says:

    I love Fall!! And would love to get a jump start on some Christmas projects. Thanks PTI for another great release!!

  • 402
    Kathy V. says:

    Just the norm’, make cards and more cards. That’s my passion!

  • 403
    Lee Cockrum says:

    To compete sorting and purging in my craft room, and then organize it with the help of a personal organizer!!!

  • 404
    Janet L. Castle says:

    To catch up on all the projects I have waiting and promised, so I can move on to Christmas cards!!!! Great release…my wish list is waiting and I have my eye on some stamps in the new release – tonight cannot come fast enough!
    Paper Hugs,
    Jan

  • 405
    Kay says:

    To actually complete Halloween and Christmas projects that I start.

  • 406
    cassi says:

    My goal is to finish organizing my craft space. I still have things in boxes from a move last year.

  • 407
    Carrie T says:

    My fall craft goal is to clean up and purge in my craft area so that I can get busy with card making and scrapping for Christmas.

  • 408
    Sharon W. says:

    Besides reorganizing my craft room and getting my Christams cards done early, I plan to crochet an infinity scarf for my granddaughter for Christmas. She picked out the yarn…loves purple!

  • 409
    Susan G says:

    My biggest goal is to get my Christmas cards done earlier. I’m always in a last minute rush. Something always seems to get in the way. Maybe this year I can get them out sooner. Thanks for the fun release and all the gorgeous new products and inspiration.

  • 410
    Meagan says:

    My friends little boy is turning 1 and I’ve been asked to do all the invitations and decor, so I will be all business coming up soon.

  • 411
    Laura Holt says:

    My goal is to purge …..organize …..simplify …..my papercrafting supplies and not be overwhelmed by the task – just get started and plug away!

  • 412
    Cyndi Johnson says:

    My crafting goal for this Fall is to open my own Etsy shop!

  • 413
    Karen B says:

    To get my Christmas cards made!

  • 414

    One of my biggest crafting goals this fall is to get a few cards published again. I also would like to start posting to the ol’ blog at least 3 times a week.

  • 415
    Wendy Hoff says:

    I want to start my Christmas cards and have those all done by fall. One can wish…

  • 416
    Katherine Elliot says:

    I want all my Halloween crafts finished BEFORE the week of Halloween so I can enjoy handing them out more than just cramming all my crafting into just a couple days. Love your new Halloween products, they’ll really help! Wish me luck.

  • 417
    karen h says:

    Honestly, just to find a way to get it back into my weekly schedule. I haven’t regularly stamped in over a year and I miss it.

  • 418
    Beth says:

    My biggest goal is to for ONCE be ahead of the crafting game, and not RUSH to get it all done!! πŸ™‚
    Another FABULOUS month PTI!!!!

  • 419
    Suzette says:

    I love to decorate my Thanksgiving table with handmade place cards, treats, and a centerpiece. Everyone has something to take home with them to remember this beautiful, bountiful time of year.

  • 420
    Erika says:

    My goal is to start my Christmas cards a little earlier than a week before “he” arrives. Oh and to have my home decorated as if I was Martha Stewart!
    A girl can dream!

    Loving all the new releases and samples.

    Hugs Erika.

  • 421
    Dolly says:

    My biggest goal ? Hmm I would say get back into my scrapbooking on a regular basis. Second is Christmas crafting. πŸ˜€

  • 422
    Rita says:

    Create more inspirational dashboards and inserts for planner using stamps and dies.

  • 423
    jengd says:

    To actually start crafting on a regular basis again, not just when I need to.

  • 424
    Lynn Hardy says:

    I ‘d like to get a head start on my Christmas cards earlier this year and to update my blog more often.

  • 425
    pat phillips says:

    I would like to make up some card sets for gifts. Also, pull out some stamp sets not used for awhile and do a little mixing with some of my new ones.

  • 426
    Marianne McG says:

    I have a bunch (120) Christmas cards yet to make not only to send but also as gifts! Only 20 are done, so that makes 5 more sets of 20 to do–wish me luck!

  • 427
    Shelly Greybeck says:

    I really need to organize my paper and donate some of those pads and packs I never use. I’d also like to start and finish holiday gifts with enough time to be able to relax a bit before the holidays…Big goal, but it could happen *wink*.

  • 428
    Greta H says:

    My biggest goal is to make some gifts this year. I’m also going to send more Thanksgiving cards. I’m not much into Halloween, but all the Fall products make this one of my favorite releases!

  • 429
    Susan says:

    TO get organized!!!!! I know that isn’t ‘crafting’ exactly but I get to my craft room and the creativity is sucked out of me because it isn’t organized and I can’t find things I know I have. Once the kids are back in school I know I can get it done. Then my actual craft goal would be to get birthday cards made for everyone for the year ahead so I don’t miss anyones’ birthday!!

  • 430
    Priscilla from CA says:

    Getting my Christmas cards made.

  • 431
    Harriet Skelly says:

    One of my crafting goals this Fall is to make all of my holiday cards and send them out on time!

  • 432
    Lynda Marquez says:

    My goal this fall is to finish my Christmas cards ahead of time!

  • 433
    Detra Faulkner says:

    I would like to send out more “just because” cards… and the Choose job is so perfect for that. I love the sentiments in this set, especially the one about gratitude. Amazing release.

  • 434
    Anne G says:

    I just purchased a new drawer unit for my craft room so my goal is to reorganize and redecorate the room.

  • 435
    Linda E (uncbballfan) says:

    Making Thanksgiving cards for my friends and family; this is one way in which I share my gratitude for them. And sharing my gratitude lifts my spirits in turn.

  • 436
    Karyn S says:

    One of my biggest crafting goals for this fall is to actually make and send in a comfortable timeframe all my Christmas cards. I have been woefully delinquent on this for the past couple of years. Then I need to work on the handmade gifts for Christmas.

  • 437
    Susan W. says:

    Last year, I began a new tradition of making Christmas ornaments for my four kids and their significant others. My intent is that they will all have a piece of me and my love for crafting each year on their Christmas tree long after I am gone. So this year, I would like to have these special ornaments crafted before the end of October. My plan is to use the Petite Places mini scenes/Scene It dies. Thanks so much Betsy Veldman for so much inspiration. You have a true gift for creation and design!

  • 438
    Barbara says:

    My goal for fall is to start my Christmas projects early enough to avoid the last minute rush. Lol

  • 439
    Cele Schaffer says:

    Move my crafting space to a new room!

  • 440
    Speanburg4 says:

    I really need to stock up on birthday and thank you cards. So often I need a card and just don’t have the time to make it that moment. I also want to get my Christmas cards done early this year. I want to have them all done and ready to mail out on December 1!!

  • 441
    Maureen P says:

    one of my goals this fall is to get going on my Christmas cards! I really should be doing them now!

  • 442
    Kelly Flaherty says:

    I have two – get my Thanksgiving and Christmas cards done before the holidays are over, and finish building a very long list of LEGO building the grandsons have requested! I refused to start any Halloween cards until PTI’s release, I just knew you’d have everything I needed! And there’s no way I could have come up with all the fabulous designs the DT’s came up with!

  • 443
    Jennifer Stewart says:

    My goal is to start & finish my Christmas cards before Thanksgiving! I’m always waiting too long and then getting stressed.

  • 444
    Kiesa Salazar says:

    I’d love to get organized!!! It looks like a craft bomb went off in my room πŸ™‚

  • 445
    Darlene in Canandaigua says:

    I need to get my craft room organized and make items more easy to get. I have things stacked in boxes which is a horrible system. I feel if I accomplish this, I will get more cards made πŸ™‚

  • 446
    Carolanne says:

    I have already started my huge goal of purging and organizing my craft room!

  • 447
    Dee says:

    I’ve been bitten by the watercolor bug…my goal is to learn a few techniques to use to incorporate into my greeting cards.

  • 448
    Pamela Levingston says:

    My goal this fall is to purge all the items for my many crafting adventures that I am no longer interested in.

  • 449
    Dorothy C. says:

    I want to master watercoloring. I would like to do more than just backgrounds.

  • 450
    Nancy Marquand says:

    My fall goal is to finish organizing my craft room so I can finally enjoy crafting again!

  • 451
    Tricia says:

    It’s not stamping related, but I’d like to make a wallet with zipper envelopes for my cash. I haven’t sewn for awhile except on cards, so this will be an adventure!!

  • 452
    Trudy V says:

    To get my work space more organized, so I am able to finish things on time. Right now, I am wasting too much time looking for supplies!

  • 453
    Dragica W. says:

    My biggest goal for the fall is to finish my Christmas cards!

  • 454
    Kris says:

    My goal would be to get my Christmas cards out early!

  • 455
    Holly Havnaer says:

    LOVE all the new goodies and projects in this release!!
    I have two crafting goals for this fall. One is to learn how to use my Copics better. I’m all signed up for the OCC Copics class. The other is to learn how to water color on my cards. Got all my supplies, just need to carve out some time. πŸ™‚

  • 456
    Suzanne A. says:

    My biggest crafting goal for this fall is to settle on what I am going to make for everyone for Christmas!

  • 457
    Cynthia Baldwin says:

    I’d like to get my kids’ school years documented – from last year!

  • 458
    Sally K says:

    I am determined to make Halloween cards and fun goodie bags or boxes to mail to my college boys and nieces and nephews that are all scattered across the miles. I want to send them love in the mail!

  • 459
    Alyssa s says:

    I never finished making Xmas cards last year…in fact, I only sent out about 4 cards total. So my goal is to come up with a design I like and make them way ahead of time…as well as getting my family together for that photo shoot that we always leave till the first week of December!

  • 460
    Mindy says:

    Would love to get my Project Life album caught up and I need to make some cards to replace my stock.

  • 461
    Debbie says:

    I would love to finish up all 5 scrapbooks for my grandchildren.

  • 462
    Carol D. says:

    My goal for the fall season is to make card sets for all my friends for Christmas.

  • 463
    MaryB says:

    I have two major crafting goals for the rest of this year: 1) Get Christmas cards completely done by Thanksgiving instead of starting them on December 10, and 2) finish organizing my craft room so that everything has a place other than out on the desk (or floor). Thanks for a great month of inspiration, and for the chance to win a gift certificate!

  • 464
    susan h. says:

    My crafting goal this fall is to finish up the Christmas projects I have been working on. This release is one of my all time favorites! Thanks for all the effort you all put into it!

  • 465
    Debra says:

    Get Halloween treats and Christmas cards done in advance!!

  • 466
    Karen B. says:

    To make my Christmas cards and get them sent in a timely manner. πŸ™‚

  • 467
    Janice Marcham says:

    The same as it is every year…to get my Christmas cards done before December! Let’s see if I can do it this year because so far it hasn’t happened in past years! Great release! Can’t wait for tonight!

  • 468
    Mary W says:

    My biggest goal was to make all my Christmas cards but with this release, I have changed it to make autumn cards while having a party with two other friends so we can all enjoy the fun.

  • 469
    Linda S. says:

    My goal is to finish up my Christmas cards.

  • 470
    Julie C. says:

    We’re expecting twins in October, so I want to actually start scrapbooking or logging memories instead of just hoarding supplies!

  • 471
    Christine N. says:

    My biggest crafting goal is finish painting all my craft room furniture white. My 2nd goal is finish my 19 year old’s school scrapbook with 2-4 pages per grade year! Wish me luck! Really excited about this release – LOVE!

  • 472
    Erin says:

    One of my goals is to make Halloween goodies for my co-workers and kids’ teachers

  • 473
    Melanie says:

    Continue my organization to be more efficient and to continue making fun cards with my supplies.

  • 474

    I would love to make an ornate Halloween wreath for my front door!

  • 475
    Patt H. says:

    My biggest goal is to finally organize all my supplies & goodies so its easier to make something quickly. This has been a truly awesome release!

  • 476
    D'Ann says:

    My goal is to get November and December crafting done early. There are a slew of birthdays and events beginning October. Maybe I’ll even send out cards this year! =)

  • 477
    Cheryl F. says:

    Trying to make some autumn napkins for Thanksgiving.

  • 478
    Reva says:

    My GOAL–to finally make my crafting space work for both summer and winter. It’s a long story but I accomplish more during the summer–wintertime I make many trips bringing supplies inside.

  • 479
    Helen F. says:

    My biggest crafting goal is to organize use and/or purge “stuff” I have been hoarding in my Craft Room:-)
    Thank you for another great month of beautiful inspiration!

  • 480
    Terri (Blindstamper) says:

    This year, I am making sets of Christmas cards to donate (to fundraisers, charities and family/friends).

  • 481
    StephH says:

    My crafting goals are always simply to find joy in crafting a little each day. Dealing with the stressors in everyday life, getting to get in and use my beautiful PTI products truly does bring moments of pure joy,maven if I don’t finish a project.

  • 482
    Trina P. says:

    My goal this fall is to organize my craft room. I’ve already started and am waiting for my ink pad, ribbon and stamp holders to come.

  • 483
    Laura C says:

    I want to get my Christmas cards done. I have a gift I started for a friend over a year ago – I REALLY want to get that completed and sent to her.

  • 484
    Tanya says:

    I would like to do a shabby chic wedding album for my parents 50th wedding anniversary coming up in December

  • 485
    sue (foleysfriend) says:

    One of my biggest goals for this autumn, is to organize my craft space. I have stuff all spread out!

  • 486
    Diane says:

    To complete all my unfinished quilt projects and to get my Christmas cards made before December.

  • 487
    Marianne says:

    I would love to get my Christmas cards all finished in time for a change and use more of my never before used stuff.

  • 488
    Catherine Milne says:

    Get all my fall and Halloween cards done before we leave town on our trip in October. Heaven help me!

  • 489
    Linda N says:

    My biggest goal (right now) is to finish last years December Daily! I also really want to make and send homemade photo Christmas cards.

    Linda

  • 490
    Janelle says:

    My goal is to get friends together and craft. I think this release is a great starting point for a spooktacular girls night in! Love the Halloween inspiration!

  • 491
    Rubeena N says:

    My goal is to learn how to make videos!

  • 492
    Julie Ann L says:

    I want to learn how to watercolor….

  • 493
    Pat from sd says:

    I would like to “think” outside of the box on my next project.

  • 494
    Krissie says:

    My goal is to start in on some of my holiday cards and projects.

  • 495
    Jill Norwood says:

    Finish re-organizing my craft room and make Christmas tags for family gifts at Thanksgiving!

  • 496
    Velvet says:

    I want to get my Halloween cards made by the end of September so that I can get started on Christmas goodies!

  • 497
    Amber N says:

    I definitely want to learn how to do shading with Copic markers!!!!!

  • 498
    Alexandra S. says:

    To start my Christmas cards. I always wait too long to do them. I also want to organize my inks.

  • 499
    Susan P says:

    I have three quilts waiting to be quilted, and blocks waiting to be made into a quilt. I’ve recently spent ALOT of time making a princess mini album for my granddaughter’s birthday. Everything else has fallen behind.

  • 500
    Dorothy Hodgson says:

    My crafting goal for this fall is to finally organize my craft space. Every crafter knows about the “necessary mess” that comes from being creative. :). I need to make room for all the new amazing fall products from Papertrey Ink!

  • 501
    Jennifer L. says:

    My goal is to start my holiday projects well before the holiday comes! Thanks for the chance to win.

  • 502
    Lemalie says:

    My goal this fall is to make enough cards to last me for the upcoming year. My Sisters and my Mom all gather on a Saturday and craft away until we can’t keep our eyes open anymore. Thank you for the chance to win!

  • 503
    Nancy Wilcox says:

    I really want to reorganize my craft room. Right now some things are hard to get out and I find I’m not using a lot of my supplies. I’d like to have easier access and start making my Christmas cards.

  • 504
    SWR Donna says:

    I plan to get my new craft room furnished and organized and maybe even have time to play with some new goodies! πŸ˜€ I’m also excited to see what my very first Fall season is like!

  • 505
    Michelle Laulu says:

    My goal for this fall is to begin my holiday projects now, and not wait for the holiday rush. I always have so many cute ideas, but get so busy when the holidays hit that I run out of time.
    Thank you PTI team for an awesome release!

  • 506
    Jan Butler says:

    I would love to create cute projects for my grandchildren that they could remember in their futures. Using these for photo albums would ensure that.

  • 507

    My big project is my daughter’s wedding this coming January. She and I are also making her thank you cards with PTI Friendship Jar products. So between Christmas and a wedding in the new year I’ll be busy.

  • 508
    Cynthia says:

    Make time to use my new watercolors markers in lots of different ways!

  • 509
    Suzann Hertzler says:

    I need to start/finish my Star Wars crochet characters for my husbands’s Christmas gift. He bought me the pattern book for our anniversary hoping to get a set .

  • 510
    Rebecca M. says:

    Love the growing Petite Places collection!

  • 511
    Jamie Greene says:

    Just enjoy!?. I would love to find time to make an advent calendar for our family.

  • 512
    Teri W says:

    My goal is to clean up and organize my room. I am sometimes so disorganized I forget what supplies I have ?

  • 513
    Rema Timm says:

    I want to get a head start on my Christmas cards. I always wait till the last minute and then I only make cards for family members. This year I would like to make a few for my friends…

  • 514
    Bobbi-Jo says:

    Finish my Christmas cards and get a head start on making Christmas gifts!

  • 515
    Tracy K says:

    I want to finish some of the many UFOs I have, and I want to make some Christmas gifts.

  • 516
    Joyce M. says:

    I would like to get my Rosh Hashanah cards made in time this year. Lizzie’s new set will be a huge help.

  • 517
    Victoria Nelson says:

    To get some calendars done for Christmas gifts!

  • 518
    Deborah H. says:

    My goal would be to organize my craft room and decorate it.

  • 519
    Lercy says:

    I have 20 co-workers and each year I create their gifts by hand. This year my goal is to get the gifts, along with matching tags, completed by Thanksgiving so that I can enjoy the holidays a bit more relaxed.

  • 520
    Julie says:

    finishing my little grandson’s “1st year” album for his parents . . . just had 2 new granddaughters born this summer, so I’ll have more scrapping to do in the near future!

  • 521
    JulieZ says:

    Reorganize my crafting space – I have 2 recycled storage units that I need to make space for! Fun but time consuming πŸ˜‰

  • 522
    Julie webber says:

    To free hand draw my beautiful dahlias from my garden, color them with copics, finish my wedding album, with PTI supplies of course.

  • 523

    My crafting goal is to make more time for myself and the things I like to do. Definitely need to spend more time in my craft room.

  • 524
    Denise E says:

    To clean, organize, and set up my room to be able to host crops and do some actual crafting! πŸ˜‰

  • 525
    Teddra says:

    My goal is to finish a woven quilt I’ve been working on for 5+ years!

  • 526
    Sophie says:

    My goal is to have all my Christmas cards, tags, and decor finished by Thanksgiving!

  • 527
    Carolyn Stoenner says:

    I would love to get a lot of great leaf cards made for Thanksgiving this year to help me get in the holiday spirit and to bless others.

  • 528
    Peggy Nickeslon says:

    I would like to make my holiday cards this year. I even would like to make gratitude cards for Thanksgiving. (Fingers crossed)

  • 529
    Daria Z. says:

    My goal is to try and use all of the new stamps and dies I have purchased and have not yet used.

  • 530
    Susanne Fletcher says:

    My goal for this fall is to do more crafting with my granddaughters.

  • 531
    Karen W says:

    Complete my christmas cards this year early, instead of making them at the last minute.

  • 532
    Janet Swofford says:

    Not only starting my Christmas cards early but finishing them before Thanksgiving!

  • 533
    Janet Mack says:

    To actually make my Christmas cars this year. The last 3 years my Mom has ended up in the hospital and I didn’t get to finish them.

  • 534
    Julia Aston says:

    I need to get crafting for the stamping table my 2 friends and I have at our church fair – where we sell hand stamped cards and crafts – I plan on making a log of Halloween Pin ups for the table as well as some petite places cards!!

  • 535
    Erin Bigler says:

    Getting my Christmss cards done early!

  • 536
    Kirsten E says:

    I want to make a bundle of Christmas gift tags for my co-workers.

  • 537
    Gaby says:

    My crafty goal for this fall is to scrapbook the few baby pictures I have of me and for once create Christmas cards by Thanksgiving weekend

  • 538

    Share more fall carda

  • 539
    Cynthia Myers says:

    I would love to make individual Christmas cards, rather than mass-producing them and, if time allows, note card sets to give as gifts.

  • 540
    Barbie D. says:

    One of my biggest crafting goals this fall would be to get my craft room organized so I know exactly what I have.

  • 541

    I’m working toward reorganizing my space to better utilize the area where I craft … it is my guest room so must be kept at the ready! It won’t be long before I start my holiday cards, and the many cards I make for our fall birthdays. How awesome would they be using these gorgeous goodies!
    =] Michele

  • 542
    Robin in Washington says:

    To practice my watercolor backgrounds for my cards. LOVE that look!

  • 543
    Karen Corbett says:

    My biggest goal for this fall is to work on my sons’s albums.
    They have been on my To Do List for so long and keep getting pushed aside for other things!
    I’ve been purchasing stamps and dies that can be used on photo albums, so it’s time to get busy! I know I will feel great once I get this big job accomplished.

  • 544

    I hope to finish up the photo album of my adorable grandson, and to create a stack of cards to use for the holidays–using Papertrey supplies, of course!

  • 545
    Amy McCue says:

    I really want to get my Christmas cards done early,

  • 546
    Jessica says:

    My goal is to scrapbook more! I’m so far behind.

  • 547
    Julie Rae says:

    Wow–which one? I need to return to my scrapbooking (digital and PL), finish one knit scarf and start another (a Dr. Who scarf), finish one charity quilt and start the second (signature quilts for our local Am. Legion to raffle) and of course make cards for the seasons/holidays ahead. Yikes!

  • 548
    Kathy Krug says:

    Organize, Organize, Organize.

  • 549
    Pat Ladd says:

    My crafting goal this fall is to make at least 10 Christmas cards a month so I will have enough to mail in December.

  • 550
    Katherine says:

    We always have thanksgiving dinner at my sisters house in Orlando. That’s where most of the family is, so it works really well. My sister is always so generous of her home her time and love that I want to do something special for her.
    I want to paper craft all of the table decor for her; place cards, menu cards, favor boxes, basically anything I can do to make it special for her would make me very happy!

  • 551
    Melissa Sibert says:

    Christmas cards made, as well as Christmas gifts. I hope to not wait til the last minute this year.

  • 552
    C Flood says:

    Getting as many PTI products as possible! Then of course organizing and trying new techniques.

  • 553
    Sandy N. says:

    Coming up with a Christmas card using my grandchildren as the focal point. I’ve been doing this for a few years and am running out of ideas.

  • 554

    Well, I would like to clean up my craft room by finishing up all the PHD (Project half done) lying around the craft table and on top of shelves. Wish me luck! : )

  • 555
    D. Suzanne Cox says:

    I have so many things I want to do; can’t decide which one first! I want to finish up some Christmas ornaments and work on Halloween cards. I love all the new products. We usually have a Halloween Party so I’m looking forward to using some of your new stamps and dies.

  • 556
    Shirley Robelotto says:

    To make Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas treats for my four grandkids school classes!

  • 557

    My goal is to get all my stamping supplies put away where I can get to them easily and put them away again easily. The end of the year seems like a challenging target, so I better get going!

  • 558
    Karen says:

    My biggest goal for this next season is to finish this years scrapbooks.

  • 559
    Anne B says:

    I need to get on to my Christmas cards, so they’re ready to send out by November!

  • 560
    Sandy S. says:

    I wonder how many people will say “get my craft space organized” or “use some of my older supplies.” Because those are my ongoing goals.

    My spring goal was to establish a place where I could photograph my work, and I accomplished that one!

  • 561
    Jessica Monte says:

    Getting all my Christmas cards done as well as making my wristlet purses for christmas.

  • 562
    Val P says:

    I have made legacy albums for 3 of my children — now all I have to do is fill them with pictures. That is the hardest part!

  • 563
    Marty says:

    The Halloween treat bags for the my grandchildren’s class & neighborhood & get a jump start on the Christmas cards…This is a fantastic release!!!

  • 564
    Donna DD says:

    I’m hoping with the kids going back to school I can get back to making cards and get something crafty done! I want to set a goal of making 2-3 cards a week and progress from there!

  • 565
    Amanda B. says:

    My goal is to finish my Christmas cards, gift card holders, and gift tags before December.

  • 566
    Cindy C says:

    My goal (once the kids get back to school) is get some Christmas projects done for a craft fair this fall!

  • 567
    Patty says:

    One big goal is to get my crafting area more organized.

  • 568
    Ann says:

    I would like to try using some of my new goodies that I’ve recently purchased.

  • 569
    Kathy DuBose says:

    To clear the clutter and unused stuff in my craft room and to make better use of my time.

  • 570
    RedGem says:

    Start my Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas cards and projects started early this year….sure you keep wishing!! haha

  • 571
    Carrie Sheridan says:

    I just began a card blog and would like to try to post 3 cards a week this fall.

  • 572
    Angelique says:

    Get my Fall garden in and make my oldest son’s blanket.

  • 573
    Cheryl I says:

    I would love to organize and simplify my craft room so it’s easier to create!

  • 574
    Deb B. says:

    My biggest fall crafting goal is to remember I need to take the time to do what I love.

  • 575
    Sharon D says:

    Every year I participate in a charity Christmas cookie sale. For the last few years, I’ve made tags to sell at it, and this year, I want to have some cards for sale too.

  • 576
    Rosa says:

    Quiero preparar un Bazar para la Iglesia con motivos navideΓ±os.

  • 577
    D.AnnC says:

    One of my biggest crafting goals for this fall is to set aside part of one day each week to craft for fun… not because I need a particular card, but to try something new just for fun!

  • 578
    Vicki Smith says:

    My goal is to get my creativity back. Because of several medical issues these past few months, I have not been able to be enthusiastic about card making and I seem to botch them up a lot. It’s something I will be working on because it’s my true passion to create beautiful cards to share with family and friends. Your website gives me great joy and I LOVE your products which I have a lot of now.

  • 579

    One of my biggest crafting goals this Fall is to organize my craft room. And keep it organized πŸ™‚

  • 580
    Becs Attwood says:

    Such a great release. My biggest crafting goal for fall is just to spend some time being crafty- it’s been so long since I’ve spent time in my craft room, I miss it.

  • 581
    Mutzy Mia says:

    My goal is to “catch up” on all the cards I am behind on and stay current. I would love to have a goal of sending one card of encouragement each week to random people…maybe someday:-)
    Great release this month!

  • 582
    Karen Letchworth says:

    One of my biggest crafting goals for this fall…..is to get my craft room completely organized. Please wish me luck!
    Karen
    http://www.karen-mycuprunnethover.blogspot.com

  • 583
    Becky M says:

    My biggest crafting goal is to get my Christmas cards done before November (and actually send them out in time)!

  • 584
    OmaGloria says:

    I have 4 grand kids and am waaaaay behind on their albums. My goal is to consistently work on their albums. I just do not want to be working on 18 years of photos during their senior year in high school.

  • 585
    linda in nc says:

    My goals include making boxed sets for the ladies in my visitation group and finishing my fall crafting in time to be able to send Thanksgiving cards. Last year I ran out of time. I’m getting started on them as soon as I receive my package. Love all the new fall items in this month’s release. Thanks to the DT for all the amazing inspiration.

  • 586
    Angie M. says:

    My goal is to get my Halloween & Christmas cards/crafts done at least one week before each holiday so I’m not rushing to get everything finished the night before. Lol! Happy Release Day everyone! :0)

  • 587
    Tanja Watson says:

    My goal is to actually get ALL my christmas cards finished before December.

  • 588
    Linda w says:

    My goal is definitely to stamp more. I need to stop feeling inferior to every other stamper and realize that I can do it. 20 years at this “hobby” should count for more than it does. I need to find that lost mojo and this month’s release has helped greatly…

  • 589
    Jerri Klusmeyer says:

    I want to finish the chenille pumpkin that I started last year.

  • 590
    Dixie C. says:

    I have to get my craft room cleaned and organized! It is hard to craft in a disaster area (even if I know where everything is). Not a fun goal…dragging my feet.

  • 591
    Cindy Holshouser says:

    I want to get out my needle felting supplies and makes some things that I can add to Fall and Christmas projects.

  • 592
    colleenk says:

    My goal is to make at least 25 cards for a gift for my mom before all the holiday craziness starts!

  • 593
    Patti says:

    My biggest crafting goals this fall is to schedule times to make cards by reconnecting with papercrafting friends through a shoebox swap.

  • 594
    CarolLynn says:

    To get my long list of baby afghans crocheted.

  • 595
    Elizabeth Marie says:

    I am already so excited about the fall and this release makes the anticipation greater!

  • 596
    Karen says:

    I want to make some Christmas stockings and ornaments out of felt!

  • 597
    Vanessa Cadman says:

    I live in the Southern Hemisphere and have been crocheting an afghan which I would like to finish before winter is over!!

  • 598
    Niki Cee says:

    My goal is to finally start putting some effort into my Project Life albums! So many pictures… So little journaling time πŸ™‚

  • 599
    Laraine R says:

    What a great release! I want it all! My biggest goal this year is to send out more cards!

  • 600
    Charmaine says:

    Print photos and get them in albums! I’ve never been a scrapbooker, but I have been feeling the need to get photos printed and put in albums, maybe with some journaling included, something easy that will log the memories without totally overwhelming myself.

  • 601
    Megan Carroll says:

    Get back to crafting! I haven’t done much crafting since we renovated my craft room as the area still needs yo be organized. Hope to get back to it soon!

  • 602
    kc3 says:

    I have a family scrapbook to finish and I keep putting it off because I would rather stamp! πŸ™‚

  • 603
    Janet W says:

    My goal is to get my Fall crafting done while it is still Fall!! (And, of course, my second goal is to win this contest so that I can buy every one of these wonderful fall products that you are releasing this month)!

  • 604
    Mendi Yoshikawa says:

    One of my biggest crafting goals for the fall is remembering to take time and enjoy some scrapbooking amid all my stamping and card making. πŸ™‚

  • 605
    craftingwithfriends@gmail.com says:

    I’m hoping to accomplish all my PTI projects before Christmas!!! Lol. Seems I’m always making my Christmas cards and gift tags during December.

  • 606
    Zena B. says:

    I would like to make more cards, and use some sets that I’ve not yet used.

  • 607
    F Bond says:

    My goal is to make birthday cards. I never seem to have enough. And I need to start my Christmas cards. Also I need to stamp all my stamps into a reference book. Hopefully I will get these all done!

  • 608
    Melanie P says:

    My biggest crafting goal for this fall is to make Thanksgiving cards for those dearest to me. It is so easy to forget those closest to you. Time slips away quickly and none of us know how much time we have left. This year I want to be sure everyone knows I am grateful to have them in my life.

  • 609
    Carolyn says:

    My fall goal is making Christmas cards and gifts using the new techniques I have been practicing. And getting them sent out πŸ™‚

  • 610
    Nadia Kendall says:

    I’d use this time to start my album for my second child and work some more on my daughter’s album.

  • 611
    Joanna says:

    My biggest crafting goal is to organize my craft room!

  • 612
    merryf says:

    My goals for this fall are to scrapbook our summer vacation and finally organize and clean-out my craft room — I need to re-read my Lifechanging Magic of Tidying Up!

  • 613
    Lorraine says:

    My goal is to get my craft space more organized so I can get more crafting done!

  • 614

    Finishing ALL of the treat bags or boxes BEFORE the kids come to the door!
    I make between 100 and 120 but somewhere around 75 I take a break and forget to get back to them. Next thing I know, the doorbell is ringing!!
    That Candy Corn box shown above would be great to make the little ghoul and goblins treats in this year!

  • 615
    Barbara says:

    I would love to make a large percentage of my Christmas gifts this year and in order to do that, I should start in the fall!

  • 616
    annheidel says:

    I have some wooden tree-shaped advent calendars to do for gifts. I’ve been highly intimidated by the project, but I have finally started and I am determined to get them done! I also need to make Christmas cards this year.

  • 617
    Lauren Yoder says:

    Making more designs for Christmas cards and tags. I have so many ideas in my head, but it’s hard to organize and execute!

  • 618
    Glenda Lee Nutting says:

    This fall I would love to make my Christmas cards early. Last year I mailed most of them on December 28!

  • 619
    teresa says:

    We are moving to a new home next month. I hope I can organize my craft room in a better and functional way in my new home.

  • 620
    Tricia says:

    My crafting goal, this fall, is to finish my Christmas cards before Thanksgiving πŸ™‚

  • 621
    Martha says:

    ..to just enjoy some time creating.

  • 622

    My biggest goal is to make a 3D Haunted House! I’ve been meaning to do that the last two years, but I never got the time to do it… This year I know I will! (Thanks to Betsy! I’ll make a haunted Petite Place, the Spook Manor!)

  • 623
    Leanne S says:

    My goal for the fall is to be more organized and have cards made ahead of time rather then making them last minute for an occasion.

  • 624
    Sandy Vincent says:

    I would like to get a batch of cards made to sell, kind of test those waters a bit…. I also would like to start a journal with stamping and die cut accents, and get back into scrapbooking.

  • 625
    Chris Cross says:

    I want to make some handmade educational gifts for my granddaughter.

  • 626
    Tonya Dirk says:

    I am hoping to update my Etsy shop and actually stock it with paper crafting goodies!!! Using lots of PTI of course!

  • 627
    Sandra says:

    I will actually create a few things with all the products that I have!

  • 628
    sue winn says:

    get my craft room truly organized!

  • 629
    Mary says:

    One goal is to finish making at least half of my Christmas cards before December 1st.

  • 630
    Joni says:

    My crafting goal for this fall is to make and send more “grateful for you” cards!

  • 631
    Kara says:

    Actually get some holiday cards and decorations made at least a month before the holiday, instead of the night before or after the holiday is past

  • 632
    Debs says:

    Get organized…to make room for more Papertrey Ink products!

  • 633
    Deepa M. says:

    One of my goals is to finish a mini album documenting my first year of being married. I’ve been writing down events and collecting pictures from each of the months, but need to sit down and actually make it into an album so we can enjoy the memories for years to come.

  • 634
    Heather says:

    I would love to create Halloween. Thanksgiving, and Christmas treat bags for all the little kiddos in my daughter’s Pre-K class.

  • 635
    Lynne S in GS says:

    I’m working on a seasonal set for my mom’s birthday that includes themed items for holidays, birthdays and other celebrations. Napkins, place cards , wine glass tags and the like. It’s a big project but will be fun to see her use next year.

  • 636
    Johanna says:

    I need to make some all-purpose cards as a back-up for emergencies and for those moments when my card making mojo is nowhere to be found.

  • 637
    Shari Arbogast says:

    Love this release! It would be perfect for one of my goals, which is to make a bunch of treat bags for the trick or treaters this fall. However, the biggest thing I want to do is finish up all the party favors for my niece’s wedding, and the note cards for her well wishes/advice box she is going to have displayed. *fingers crossed it will turn out well* Thanks so much for all the sneak peaks, and to your design team for doing such an amazing job on all of these projects!!

  • 638
    Mary says:

    My goal is to actually get my cards into the mail on time.

  • 639
    Suzanne Watanabe says:

    My goal this fall is to mail out my Christmas cards the day after Thanksgiving.

  • 640
    Elisa F says:

    My goal for this fall is to finish my “pregnancy/project life album”

  • 641
    Laura Boyd says:

    To get my cards and everything for the holidays done early so I can enjoy the process instead of getting stressed.

  • 642
    Natalie Winterstein says:

    I don’t have any goals in place – just to create as I can find time and enjoy this great hobby! πŸ™‚

  • 643
    Deborah S says:

    My goal is to get my Christmas cards done by October. To this end, my two stamping friends and I have already gotten together twice – I think we have a good start!

  • 644
    Kathy H says:

    One of my biggest crafting goals for this fall is to start my husband’s liver transplant scrapbook. He is on the list for transplant and I want to document his progress. So far it’s been a downhill road for him as we watch the toll this disease has taken on his poor body. But one day soon, he will get a new liver…can’t wait for that.

  • 645
    Danielle says:

    To think about decorations for Thanksgiving and Christmas more than 2 days beforehand, so I actually have time to decide and make them. πŸ˜‰

  • 646
    Margarita Navarro-Rivera says:

    Would love to get my cards started earlier for each holiday!

  • 647
    Tracy L. says:

    I would like to make a few softies and also the Christmas stitching kit that is coming out in September. I also would like to do a small knitting project. On top of Christmas cards and gift shopping I’m going to be really busy.

  • 648
    Doris R says:

    I want to get my photos edited, so and printed, so I can
    scrapbook them.

  • 649
    sarah T. says:

    So many crafting goals, but the biggest one has to be finishing all the projects I start.

  • 650
    Martha D says:

    My goal is to get back to stamping. This past school year was super busy and I had little time for crafting. Hoping for more time for myself and stamping in the next few months.

  • 651
    Bec says:

    I want to dedicate some time to crafting each week, as I get too busy doing everything else I often miss out on me time.

  • 652
    Simply Sassy says:

    I’ve made a promise to myself that this year, I will have all my holiday cards made and addressed by October 1st. (Fingers crossed)

  • 653
    Kelly says:

    Get back into knitting. I have a scarf I’d like to finish.

  • 654
    Angela NJ says:

    To create as many of my Christmas gifts as possible, especially photo based gifts for the grandparents in our family.

  • 655
    Luray says:

    Organize my projects and materials so I can find what I’m looking for!

  • 656
    Kris says:

    Whoa…loaded question! I plan to finish organizing my stamping corner after moving everything out when I got new carpet. A friend is building me rolling tray stands for my paper and I want to finish labeling my die storage system. After that, I want to take inventory of ALL my stamping products. This is a tall order!

  • 657
    Margaret C says:

    Make (and FINISH!!) a fall quilt to snuggle under!

    Some papercrafting would be good too…. πŸ™‚

    Thanks for the opportunity !

  • 658
    Cyndie says:

    Complete the greeting card sets that I make for a cat rescue organization–they will auction them off in a silent auction in their Black Cat Gala. I use stamps that I designed specifically for this purpose. But the event is coming up and I’m not ready!

  • 659
    Geri G says:

    …to get my Christmas cards done BEFORE December 25th!!!

  • 660
    Gwen says:

    I am knitting a sweater for my adult son for Christmas….so I really must get it done! Stamping sometimes gets happily in the way!
    Gwen

  • 661
    Jamia says:

    My crafting goal is to send out every card I make through the end of the year!

  • 662
    Marsha says:

    One of my biggest crafting goals for this Fall is to try and organize my crafting space so I can work more efficiently!!

  • 663
    Barb W says:

    Due to surgery on both shoulders, I feel I have been out of commission for a long time. I have been able to keep up with family cards, but it takes twice as long to complete them. I want to get me mojo back now that the second surgery is over and get back into it full force.

  • 664
    Liz O. says:

    I got so many crafting goals I want to accomplish, the first one organize my crafting space to get the best use of it and my supplies. Also, I would like to get all my home made Xmas gifts done by mid November.
    Love this release, thanks for all you do and share!

  • 665
    Lesa W. says:

    This Fall I want to get back in my office/craft room and start making cards again. It’s been so long since I crafted anything.

  • 666
    Debbie Wright says:

    To start on my Christmas cards, tags, gift card holders, table treats and package toppers in September, leaving myself plenty of time to complete them and to enjoy the process! I always wait till the last minute and end up having to eliminate things along the way.

  • 667
    Stacy Simpson says:

    Complete week in the life. It starts tomorrow!

  • 668
    Luanne Ford says:

    Keeping my craft area organized so I can find things…. And I’d also like to get a head start on Christmas cards this fall.

  • 669
    Tabitha A. says:

    This fall I’m hoping I can unpack my craft stuff and get it organized in my new crafting room!

  • 670
    Kathy W says:

    Just to be able to craft again! I’ve been working full time and haven’t been able to create for a couple months.

  • 671
    Emma H says:

    Making all my Christmas presents on time!

  • 672
    ReNae Allen says:

    One of my crafting goals this fall is create a card or scrapbook page using each and every one of my new PTI Stamp sets! And that is quite a few!

  • 673
    Amy Tweedy says:

    To get my xmas cards ready to give away!

  • 674
    Renee Ludlow says:

    My biggest goal is to make all my Christmas cards and special gifts for my children’s teachers.

  • 675
    Lynne in NI says:

    My goal is to get ahead in my Christmas cards and avoid the usual last minute panic! Oh and to get a move on with my project life album too πŸ™‚

  • 676
    Nancy G says:

    I’d like to finish making several different wedding favor samples for friend who is getting married next May. This way I’ll have several months to make what ever favor she selects.

  • 677
    Kristin R. *jcmom04* says:

    I have no idea! I just have a running list of scrapbook pages, cards I want to make, etc. I don’t know if it is good or bad that I don’t have a “big craft” project I want to accomplish.

  • 678
    Michelle Carr says:

    My goal is to get my craft room organized and Mt stamps cataloged. Makes crafting so much easier when I know what I have.

  • 679
    Maureen W. says:

    Clean up my craft room – it’s a huge mess!

  • 680
    Patti Lyn says:

    I’d like to get a head start on Christmas gifts. Love all the cuteness!

  • 681
    Lisa m says:

    My fall plan is to get my supplies organized so I can created more easily and have a working inventory of what I need to replenish or destash.

  • 682
    Michele says:

    My goal for fall is to make more RAK cards and send them out! (this release would help with that) and to start my Christmas cards!

  • 683
    Lesa Wolfe says:

    I need to get my craft room ready for all the holiday projects I have planned!!!

  • 684
    Denise bodle says:

    …. to make not only my Christmas cards but also table favours, decorations and family gifts. But I say this every year. Actually, getting regular dedicated crafting time in my shed on a regular basis would be enough !

  • 685
    Gabby says:

    Fall is my favorite season and Halloween is my fav holiday. I have TONS of Halloween and fall stamps, dies and supplies. My goal is to have all of my cards done and mailed by the 25th so the recipients can enjoy them as the holiday approaches. πŸ˜€ A non-crafty, second goal is to make more fall-themed treats to share with family and friends.

  • 686
    Cyndy G says:

    Finish organizing all my dies and stamps, so I have room on my craft table to make my Christmas cards.

  • 687

    My crafting goal is to actually get things done ahead of time so I’m not always scrambling to finish a project for my blog!

  • 688
    Umama says:

    Give more time to my card making and crafts projects

  • 689
    Stephanie says:

    My goal is to make – and send! – Thanksgiving and Christmas cards before we have to move in mi-December.

  • 690
    Kim says:

    I want to be able to stand to card make. I was in a serious accident in Feb. and am working at standing. It is easier to line things up when standing!

  • 691
    Maye M.L says:

    My goal for the fall semester is to organize my crafting room/office
    We expect to have our niece living with us for the spring semester.
    Hence I have to vacate my current space to set up the guest room.
    Hopefully, this process will also allow me to free my mind of the stress
    And clutter that is blocking my creativity. Even more so if some of these
    fabulous PTI treasures come to me.
    Cheers

  • 692
    Betty says:

    I would like to make most of my Christmas cards this fall. I never seem to have enough once Christmas comes around. Thank you for the chance to win!

  • 693
    Marilyn in Michigan says:

    to have my Christmas cards and gifts done by Thanksgiving!

  • 694
    Sarah Christine says:

    My biggest goal is to start my graduation “thank you” cards!

  • 695
    Silke Ledlow says:

    Making Halloween treat bags for Miriam’s class

  • 696
    Helen LeBrett says:

    To get caught up in my family scrapbook and finish a few quilts that I have started!! πŸ™‚ Thanks for all the great inspiration: You and your design team always deliver!!

  • 697
    Maryse N says:

    I want to start making Christmas cards ASAP so that i’ll be ready to send them at the end of November. I usually wait way too long to start them and can’t make all the ones I want.

  • 698
    himmelsengelkind says:

    Christmas cards of course!

  • 699

    One of my biggest crafting goals for this Fall is to try and organize my crafting space

  • 700
    LillyB says:

    My goal is to make and send holiday cards this year for ONCE!

  • 701
    Laura O says:

    Like most folks, I want to get those dang Christmas cards off my to do list

  • 702
    Barefoot says:

    I need to get my craft room ready for all the holiday projects I have planned!!!

  • 703
    Carolyn S says:

    Get my daughter’s scrapbook all caught up!!!

  • 704
    Caren B says:

    My goal is to use the supplies that I have and send/give more cards out.

  • 705
    Dawn M. says:

    Definitely get Christmas cards done and to get my supplies more organized.

  • 706
    Jeanne H says:

    Goal is to make my grandkids their Halloween cards and start Christmas cards. I have 1 done! teehee

  • 707
    Jeanne H says:

    Goal is to make my grandkids their Halloween cards and start Christmas cards. I have 1 done! teehee

  • 708
    Teresa B says:

    To actually get in my craft room and get crafty!!

  • 709
    Diana B says:

    My goal this Fall is buy everything on my Wish List! hehe
    As well, to finish all of my new Holiday Tag designs.

  • 710
    Karen C says:

    I would like to finally get my craft room unpacked and organized following a move from California to Texas

  • 711
    Jacquie says:

    I have a couple of December Daily Albums that needed to be finished before next Christmas!

  • 712
    Lori O. says:

    My fall goal is to just craft . . . don’t get to do it much with my focus being on my 4 kids. Oh how I miss it!!!!

  • 713
    Mitzi says:

    I want to finish re-organizing my craft supplies and room. Have more Christmas tags to make as well.

  • 714
    Cynthia Clark says:

    I am hoping to finish my very first craft room this fall. Lots of woodworking and decorative painting to do. I’ve been crafting in the dining room for 50 years. LOL

  • 715
    Julia L. says:

    My biggest goal is to get my new craft room together. We have been planning to move the craft room from the upstairs to the downstairs for over a year and it still hasn’t happened. I really want to do it by the end of this year! I am tired of not having a good space to work in.

  • 716
    diane oliver says:

    My goal is use all the stamps i haven’t even Inked….slow down and smell the ink!
    i just can’t resist them on release day…but i seriously have so many i can’t keep up!

  • 717
    Debbie B says:

    I would love to finish my craft space by this fall and get it all in one space.

  • 718
    vintagestampr says:

    Lot’s of stitching projects for Christmas gifts!

  • 719
    Mary Guikema says:

    My fall goal is to use the Quilted Autumn stamp and die set more than 10 times.

  • 720
    Barbara M says:

    Is to finish a retirement scrapbook for my sons mother in law. She is a sweet heart and I love doing this for her. They have really welcomed my son into their lives. Then just to keep up with my general card making for my two card groups!

  • 721
    scrappergirl56 says:

    I want to get my Christmas cards made and ready to be sent out the First week of December instead of the week of Christmas, and maybe just send out some Thanksgiving cards too…

  • 722
    Jen says:

    I have been quite consumed this year with card making so I would like to scrapbook our family RV trip that we took in July!!

  • 723
    Cherie says:

    Getting a head start on my Christmas cards and preparing for my annual holiday crafting party for some friends.

  • 724
    Peggy Allen says:

    One of my highest crafting goals for fall is getting all my Christmas gifts made early.
    God bless,
    PeggyA

  • 725
    Kathy says:

    I’m hoping to make all my Christmas and Hanukkah cards by the beginning, and use those rich fall colors to make cards with the lovely Twig Wreath stamps, dies and papers!

  • 726
    Kathy says:

    By the Beginning of November is my goal for holiday cards!

  • 727
    Sally Gainer says:

    My goal is to make something new everyday

  • 728
    Lori Cullen says:

    My goal is to make Halloween and Christmas treats that are cute and NOT at the last minute!

  • 729
    Jan says:

    I’m going to try to have all my December stamping (including Christmas cards)finished by the beginning of December.

  • 730
    Heather says:

    My biggest goal is to get my supplies out and start using them again – they’ve been in storage for two years because we haven’t had a place of our own to live.

  • 731
    Emma S. says:

    I Have 3 giant rubbermaid containers full of pictures for scrapbooks for my nieces for Christmas presents… Gotta get moving….

  • 732
    Annie Dill says:

    One of my biggest goals in crafting this fall? To come up with a way to efficiently make card sets as gifts.

  • 733
    Jill A says:

    Try to get started early on my Christmas cards and maybe get rid of things I don’t use and organize my stamps and dies!!!!!

  • 734
    Cheryl B. says:

    Let’s see. Finish organizing my stamps and dies
    Christmas cards…made,addressed and mailed by Dec.1
    Making a Christmas wreath similar to the one on the cover of Dec 2014
    Martha Stewart Living Magazine.

    Pretty ambitious huh?

  • 735
    k.martinsen says:

    My biggest crafting goal for this fall is to work diligently on my granddaughter’s scrapbooks and complete them in time for her high school graduation in May!

  • 736
    Janet Sisk says:

    To get my Christmas cards done BEFORE Thanksgiving! πŸ˜€

  • 737
    Diana Fleming says:

    My biggest crafting goal this year is to create something every day. I would love to use my supplies and creativity since I have been blessed with lots of both!

  • 738
    Wendy says:

    To get my scraproom organized so I can start on xmas cards early this year.

  • 739