It is hard to believe, but release night is already here! We’ve shared some incredible products and projects with you over the last five days and now its time for the big shopping day!

All of the products we have featured over the last five days will be available for purchase tonight at 10pm ET. Want to know all the details about how our releases work? Check out THIS PAGE.

Join us for this month’s Release Party Live! Broadcast tonight (March 15th), 9PM ET, on our Facebook page. We’ll be announcing our release countdown winners, answering your questions about the new release, and giving you a closer look at all of the fantastic new products coming your way. We hope you’ll tune in! See you there!

Tune into our Release Party Live broadcast March 15th, 9PM ET on our Papertrey Ink Facebook page where the winners from each release day will be announced! Be sure to check in and see if you were one of the release winners on the March Release Winners Page!

All winners need to contact Customer Service (support@papertreyink.zendesk.com) via email to claim their prize. Your email must include your full name & the email address in which you would like your gift certificate sent to, the online alias (if applicable) that you used to win the contest, along with the contest or challenge that you won.  You must contact us within 30 days of your win announcement.

Now that you have had a chance to see everything revealed, how about a chance to win a gift certificate to purchase some of the amazing goodies used to make them?!?!

Here’s your chance to win a $150 Papertrey Gift Certificate for you to spend however you choose!

All you have to do to enter to win is to leave a comment answering the question below…

You have until 9:30pm ET to post a comment and be eligible to win.  Only one comment per person please.  One randomly selected winner will be announced on our Release Live Broadcast on Papertrey Ink’s Facebook page and posted on the March Release Winner Page on March 15th after the live broadcast. Thanks for joining in our release festivities today and best of luck with the contest!

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Join the discussion 485 Comments

  • 1

    My favourite subject in school was English. I love the written word and I am still a very avid reader all these years later. Cheers.

    • 1.1
      Dorothy Fay Wilson says:

      My favorite subject in school was English /Literature. Thanks to my teacher I learned to value reading. I learned that even before I could afford to travel, reading could take me to places easily. I still enjoy traveling both ways.
      I am really excited about the teacher stamps.

  • 2

    I like English best in school, but Spanish was a close second. Think my love for these subjects influenced my career choices! I’m a Speech-Language Pathologist, and have been working toward my certification to teach English language learners!

  • 3
    Louise says:

    My favourite subject and school was maths and…..wait for it……chemistry. Maths came easy and chemistry was hard so I had to work for it but ai think I liked the challenge (once it was over! lol)
    I LOVE this months release!!

  • 4
    Jill Norwood says:

    Beautiful release!!! So many things to love! And so much inspiration from all the designers! My favorite subject in school was language arts because I love to read and I always enjoyed the books we were asked to report on. Reading is still my favorite thing to do.

  • 5
    Miriam Prantner says:

    My favorite was history and I still love it today and do a lot of reading on historical topics and of historical fiction. Second favorite was art, and am still loving creating as well.

  • 6
    Sarah T. says:

    My favourite subject was biology, I even did my degree in it, but I went a completely different route for my career so barely use it now (although I could still have a decent stab at the Krebs cycle!)

  • 7
    Kate says:

    Math, but French was a close second. I still use Math in my everyday life and I still practice speaking French even though I don’t have much practical use. I was fortunate to have many great teachers over the years and I was fortunate to discover PTI a few years back. I love learning from the design team.

  • 8
    Karen B Walker says:

    My favorite subject was English, and I’m still an avid reader!

  • 9
    Debbie says:

    My favorite subject was history and was highly influenced by my fathers love of the same.
    To this day I continue to be fascinated with this topic.

  • 10
    Amy Kolling says:

    My favorite subject was math. Not sure that would still be my favorite now! LOL

  • 11
    Sandy Kay says:

    My favorite subject was spelling. I would say it’s probably still my favorite. Beautiful release!!!

  • 12
    MandaLJ says:

    I loved languages, especially German. I still try to keep it up at a basic level and learnt Norwegian a few years ago, which I also still use.

  • 13
    Marilyn G says:

    My favorite subject was art. I wanted to work in interior design, but instead ended up in IT.

  • 14
    Penny P says:

    My favorite subject was history. I still enjoy learning more about it even today.

  • 15
    Amy McCue says:

    I loved English and Literature classes because I loved to read. This is an awesome release. I love the new butterflies!

  • 16
    Claudia Stockwell says:

    My favorite subject was Math and I use it every day in my career as a Financial Advisor. Can’t wait to get my hands on those butterflies.

  • 17
    Kathy DuBose says:

    My favorite subject was Math. I still enjoy math and use it today.

  • 18
    Cindy C says:

    Loved History class in school…..and still love anything historical to this day!

  • 19
    Julia Aston says:

    I loved both history and English – especially literature. I love getting lost in a book!

  • 20
    SandyG says:

    I enjoyed english. it’s still my favorite subject today.

  • 21
    Barbra Lawson says:

    Not math, that is for sure! LOL My favorite subject was language arts. Always have loved a good story and still do!

  • 22
    Melissa S. says:

    I loved all the different subjects: math, English, sciences, history, German, etc. . I was one of those weird people who liked school.

  • 23
    Sarosa says:

    I think favorite subject would be a draw between English and History. I love reading, and our English teacher had a vast resource of fantastic historical fiction to make up for the dry teaching of the history teachers (interestingly, my love of history was probably developed over the kitchen table in discussions after dinner … and yet, he was one of the dry history teachers! Or was it that it was not cool to seem interested in history at school?)

  • 24
    Lisa S. says:

    My favorites were all my music classes and ensembles! Still love music and am a choir director to this day.

  • 25
    Lisa Schenck says:

    My favorite subject in school was English. I love proper grammar to this day, and I love the communications process, written or spoken.

  • 26
    Shelly S says:

    I really like microbiology….think it was the thrill of using the microscope! Reading was my second favorite and now that I work at the library that is my favorite subject by far!

  • 27
    Kim Sharabba says:

    Ya know, I hated school. From kindergarten at age 5 I never liked any of it. I found crafting after my mom died and now, late in life, I wouldn’t mind taking photography or art classes of some type because I love them both. And I love this release, specifically the vases and flowers.

  • 28
    Judie Attard says:

    Hmmm my favourite subject was probably Technical design, because it involved some sort of creativity and art in it! Amazing release 🙂

  • 29
    MelissaE says:

    My favorite subject in school was reading. It is still my favorite today and I read whenever I have time.

  • 30
    Stephanie Clapper says:

    My favorite subject was English and I still love it today. I read and journal all the time and the skills I was taught by some outstanding teachers, helps me in everything I do.

  • 31
    Mel H says:

    Without a doubt it was history. I even got an undergraduate degree in it as well.

  • 32
    Nadia Kendall says:

    My favorite subject was math. I found it fun to manipulate numbers, especially when it came to algebra and calculus. Although I ultimately chose science as my labor of love for life, I couldn’t have done it without my love of math.

  • 33
    Cara Brouder says:

    My favorite class in High school was psychology! So fascinating. Outside of that is was all about which classes I had w my friends.

  • 34
    Cathy Y says:

    In 1965, when I was in 8th grade, I asked if I could take a couple of what were then called “shop” classes instead of having a “free period”. These were traditional boy’s classes, and no girl at my school had ever asked to take them before. ( And no boy had ever requested “home-ec” classes.) I wasn’t trying to be a trend setter; the classes just seemed to be interesting and I wanted to see what they were about. So my adviser said, well, I don’t see any reason that you can’t. So I took Graphic Arts and Drafting. My girlfriends thought I was crazy. No other girls requested the classes, and years later it was a big deal for girls to “break into” these classes and for the boys to take Home Ec. At first they had to get special permission and eventually all classes were made available to all students. I absolutely loved the classes. I didn’t go to college until 8 years after high school graduation. But guess what. When I was 32 years old, one of the Purdue University deans handed me my engineering diploma! I spent my second career as an engineer at a company that makes gas turbine engines for land, sea, and air, and sells them all over the world. 🙂

  • 35
    Margaret Flynn says:

    My favorite subject in school was Home Economics. I even majored in Home Economics Education in college. It now is call Human Science or Family & Consumer Science.

  • 36
    see mary stamp says:

    My favorite subject was reading/literature. It must still be my favorite today. I’ve been a librarian for over 20 years now and discovering and recommending books has always been one of the best part of the jobs. Thanks to the design team for all of the beautiful inspiration this week.

  • 37
    Annette Snyder says:

    My favorite subject was math. I still use it all of the time.

  • 38
    Susan T says:

    My favorite subject was science and my all time favorite class was anatomy physiology.

  • 39
    AnitaR says:

    Math (and English) were my favorite subjects in school. I became a math teacher, and I still love reading!

  • 40
    jen forster says:

    My favorite subject was Social Studies – I love learning about different cultures and people. Still do!

  • 41
    Amanda says:

    My favorite subject in school was math. Went into a career involving math. And it would still be my favorite. I love numbers! Everything in the world can be tied to math!!

  • 42
    Terri Earley says:

    Math and I use it everyday!

  • 43
    Nancy M. says:

    My favorite subject in elementary school was art, and in high school it was chemistry! I have had careers in both fields!

  • 44
    Aunt Min says:

    I always loved math classes until I took Calculus 2 in college! LOL I am bookkeeper for small nonprofit now.

  • 45
    BeverlyBL says:

    My favorite subject was English. I liked diagraming sentences. Not so useful in the real world, but I do still love to read.

  • 46
    Rachel Weaver says:

    I always loved studying history…but the two teachers I remember with special fondness were English teachers.

  • 47
    Lori B says:

    I enjoyed all of my classes in school, guess I just enjoyed going to school and learning. I am an avid reader today, so I guess the English/Literature classes served me well.

  • 48
    Cheryl says:

    My favorite subject in school was reading. I also taught Kindergarten and I loved teaching the students their letters and sounds. I retired so now I can read whenever I want!

  • 49
    Ruth Gauss says:

    I loved English class. Literature and writing are two things I absolutely loved when I was in school and are still two of my favorite things today (although, writing today is mostly scrapbook journaling – but it fulfills my desire to write.)

  • 50

    A great looking release for Match.
    A favorite class in school wow for me a difficult question as I attended school a LONG time ago. At that time they offered “Home Econ”, which consisted of learning how to cook and sew!
    So (no pun intended) my favorite class was Home Econ., and I have used those skills through out all my life.

  • 51
    Monika.buzsy says:

    Another great release! I really liked literature. I still love reading, although writing is not on my favorite list! LOL!

  • 52
    sano says:

    My favorite subject was geography and I love maps to this day. I love learning about the world!

  • 53
    Donna Gourley says:

    I guess PE or recess doesn’t count huh? If so, I’d have to say math. Even though my job requires a lot of writing/English, it wasn’t my favorite subject in school by any means. I use math in my job almost daily though so it’s fine. I work with some other folks who are not always good at math, so it’s nice to be able to catch mistakes etc. before things are finalized and save us all some embarrassment. Would never want to be an accountant though!!

  • 54
    Susan says:

    My favorite subject was geometry. And I became a quilter (and also love making quilt-y cards) so it has served me well.

  • 55
    jeannine j. says:

    My favorite subject was English. I loved diagramming sentences.

  • 56
    Natalie Winterstein says:

    I always liked math – I liked that there was a formula and a right answer. Now I would probably say history. I find it so much more interesting than I did as a child.

  • 57
    April Zderad says:

    My favorite subjects were history and social studies. I still love learning about different cultures past and present.

  • 58
    Dolly (scrapthat) says:

    Art was my favorite subject and yes, still is!!! 😀

  • 59
    Cyndie says:

    For me it was always math—I’ve just always had a natural affinity for it and it was always easy for me.

  • 60
    Susan Hoey says:

    My favorite subject in school was history. I still love history and reading historical books.

  • 61
    Sherah says:

    Math. There was always a right answer. It wasn’t a subjective answer, it was either right or wrong. And I loved those big solve for ‘s’ equations. It was a like a big puzzle and trying to figure it out. I know. I’m weird. 🙂

  • 62
    Kris says:

    Math…love numbers in any which, way and form. I use Math every single day!

  • 63
    LindaCC says:

    I liked math. It was the solving to get an answer-only one was correct. It seemed so orderly and purposeful! Do I still enjoy it….hmmm. Can’t say I use it much and certainly don’t solve story problems anymore! Now it’s just the basics so I guess it’s not as enjoyable.

  • 64
    Shawn M. says:

    My favorite subject was Spelling/English. I still love to read and am always spellchecking my boss at work.

  • 65
    MaryAnn N. says:

    My favourite subject was history. Probably because our teacher made it so interesting.

  • 66
    SusanP says:

    My favorite subject in school was science. My dad was a middle school science teacher and helped bring the subject alive for me. My mom was an elementary teacher who loved science also – we collected stuff for their classrooms everywhere we went! I can remember walking the beach collecting driftwood, horseshoe crab skeletons and all kinds of cool stuff for them to display in their classrooms. I still love science today – mostly the “how is it made” type stuff. Thanks for a great release this month! So many wonderful products!

  • 67
    Cindy Thompson says:

    My favorite subject was history and still is today. I enjoy visiting historical sites in the US.

  • 68
    Gloria Lewis says:

    Great release!! My favorite subjects were history and math. Thanks so much for the chance to win!!
    xoxo
    Glo

  • 69
    kellyv says:

    when i was in secondary school my favourite subject and my highest grade was in calculus. i loved the logic and pattern of it. however, when i went on to university i found out about english literature and i never looked back. i especially loved british literature though my thesis was on michael ondaatje who is a canadian writer perhaps best known for ‘the english patient.’

  • 70
    Barb L. says:

    Math was my favorite subject in school and it still is to this day! This release has been amazing! Great Job PTI!

  • 71
    Kathryn Pickering says:

    I always liked Language Arts and have grown to LOVE them! There are nouns and verbs to create sentences and we embellish those with adverbs and adjectives. There’s fun for your tongue with onomatopoeia, palindromes and rhymes. There’s the feeling of accomplisment when you correctly spell a challenging word. Then there is the ART of penmanship as the letters flow from your pen. For me, language Arts has it all!

  • 72
    Christine Nixon says:

    My favorite subject was English- Handwriting, the written word, spelling, grammar- and I still love all those things. I still get goosebumps when I come across a beautiful example of calligraphy and/or a well-written piece, and I cringe over bad grammar and misspelled words!

  • 73
    Noelle says:

    Art of course! Then geometry, music, & being read to. Art is still my favorite and I went on study Landscape Architecture. Now I’m re-learning and learning to enjoy each subject as I teach my own kiddos!

  • 74
    Sheila W says:

    I always enjoyed anything with numbers, such as math, as I enjoyed the challenge of solving a puzzle. Still enjoy all types of puzzles and use math pretty much everyday.

  • 75
    Sallie says:

    My favorite in grades 1-12 was math. In college it was art/architectural history. Now I enjoy art and world history. We change as we grow/age.

  • 76
    Heidi Quick says:

    Social Studies!

  • 77
    Jan Metcalf says:

    Favorite class was Home Economics, sewing, cooking, creating and of course the teacher was a great mentor. So of course I like Stitch in Time!

  • 78
    pam reznick says:

    My favorite subject was math which was like solving a big puzzle. Today I’m more artsy which I had limited exposure to 60 years ago. Thanks for providing much needed inspiration.

  • 79
    Victoria Humes says:

    My favourite subject at school was English literature and I still love reading.

  • 80
    Cheryl N says:

    My favorite subject was English. I still enjoy proofreading and just reading in general. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 81
    Vicki A says:

    I had two favorite subjects in school, math and science. I used math in my career as a computer programmer analyst. Even though I am no longer working, math is still important.
    Great release this month, hank you!

  • 82
    Tosha says:

    Nice job team, very inspiring.
    My favorite subject was science, so those were my favorite classes. My husbands says I’m the only person he knows that reads manuals and medical books just for fun, so I guess you could say its still my favorite.

  • 83
    Kim Heggins says:

    My favorite subject in jr high and high school was home ec. I loved it then and still love it now. I make most of my own clothes and really love making gifts for others. Thanks for the chance to win.

  • 84
    Debbie B says:

    I had a wonderful grade 4 teacher who instilled the love of reading into my heart! I still read voraciously, going through one to two novels a week…mostly mystery and suspense!

  • 85
    Terri (Blindstamper) says:

    Math! I know, probably not a common answer, but I even became a high school math teacher. Still love it today.

  • 86
    Stacey Gill says:

    My favorite subject was always Math and still love it today!

  • 87
    MelissaF says:

    Wonderful release, love all these new crafty goodies! My favorite subject was always Language Arts, and many years later now I am still an avid reader.

  • 88
    Sherry Knight says:

    Biology was a favorite subject of mine. My dad and I, whom I loved dearly, made a big book of leaves for a biology project. Not only did I get an A+++, but had a wonderful time doing it with my dad.

  • 89
    Deborah Long says:

    Science was always my favorite and I am still fascinated with nature.

  • 90
    Darla S says:

    My favorite subject was music and drama! I enjoyed being a part of band, choir, piano and our annual high school musicals. Music will always be a huge and favorite love in my life!

  • 91
    Michele F says:

    Favorite? oh I’m torn between, English – love to read, and write, but really didn’t like Shakespeare! – and Geography! because I’d love to have the opportunity to travel anywhere in the world, to discover the different climates, and customs! Well, that’s not going to happen… so I’m sticking with my first choice: English!
    I’ll also tell you that Betsy’s gorgeous English rose has stolen my heart this release!
    =]

  • 92
    lisa808 says:

    English and Home Ec were my favorites.

  • 93
    Cynthia C. says:

    Anything involving writing! I’d say yes, it’s still my favorite, as today , my job overwhelmingly involves research and writing.

  • 94
    Anna M says:

    Oh hands down, my favorite subject in school since elementary & still today are math & science! Maybe that’s why love being a nurse.

  • 95
    S. Molinari says:

    I enjoyed English and Home Ec. I still love to read and sew and craft, of course. 😉
    Great release!

  • 96
    Helen says:

    First, my favorite subject still true today—art classes! Next, this release is simply incredible…my wish list is way too big. Today’s task, create an actual shopping list from it! Thanks for everything!

  • 97
    Diane says:

    My favorite subject in school was math and I still enjoy working with numbers.

  • 98
    Natasha Trupp says:

    Art and Physics were my favorites. Art- because I’ve always been into creative things. And physics- first because the teacher was amazing (seriously, other students that hated school would specially opt for physics because of this teacher), and secondly, it was kind of interesting learning about the forces of the universe

  • 99
    Karen Briguglio says:

    My favorite subject in school was….. ha, I can’t even remember having a favorite subject! But, I do know that I didn’t particularly enjoy history, but absolutely love it now!

    There are many things I really like in this release – the teacher items and the cool shape-shifter oval die, and the diagonal cover plate. The globes are fantastic, too, and of course Betsy’s floral stamp set is a must have, and I don’t truly need another flower set ever. The DT is so talented.

    Karen

  • 100
    Carol Blaisdell says:

    Yup, math would have to be at the top of my list of favorite subjects in school. That explains why I taught math. Fun stuff!!

  • 101
    Katy Milne says:

    My favorite subject in school was science. I had the BEST science teacher in junior high and that was that. I ended up majoring in science and I became a high school science (and math) teacher. I had a blast when I was working. Oh, and I also loved art – talk about two opposite ends of interest!

  • 102
    Nancy Penir says:

    Going with art. Always enjoyed any form of are and creating. With history a close second. Always found history fascinating. Great release this month. Loved it all, especially all the inspiration!

  • 103
    Linda Steele says:

    My favorite was home economics which reminded me of 4-H Club. Loved the one-on-one and how to correct something and make it work as I sometimes do in crafting. Love all your new goodies this month, with my fave being the Stitch In Time and Stitching Garden Stamps.

  • 104
    Marcia Hill says:

    Surprise, surprise…Art was always my favorite subject! I have always loved doing some kind of craft…it’s a perfect way to express myself!! :0)

  • 105
    Cindy H. says:

    Math, especially Algebra. I love solving puzzles – math, crossword, etc. Still love math and use it in everyday decisions but these days I love to read every single day.

  • 106
    Sue in Grapevine says:

    I loved school! My favorite subjects were reading, history, human anatomy, & French.
    I got a degree in nursing, got to live in France for 3 years, & we travel to all the places whose history I read about. So, I guess it shows they’re still my faves!

  • 107
    Sharri Niehus Reeves says:

    My favorite subject was Art and I will date myself here, Home Economics 😊. Still live them both. Anything creative, from cooking to interior design, to sewing and card making, I love it.

  • 108
    Gwen Jackson says:

    I truly love the Shape Shifters: Oval 1!

  • 109
    LindaM says:

    My favorite class in all of my schooling of course was art class.

  • 110
    Sue D says:

    My favorite subject was Science and yes I still enjoy it today.

  • 111
    karen h says:

    Oooh, tough question – favorite subject. In general, choir; but I had a 12th grade English teacher that was amazing and I remember looking forward to his class every day. I still love singing and I read every day, but if I have to study something, it would be programming.

  • 112
    Barbara M says:

    My favorites were the science classes. All of them including chemistry! I really wanted to be chemist and wanted to have chemistry as my major but caught up in nursing school and made that my lifelong career. I love being a nurse with its creative touch yet fast science technology medical changes. Of course I still love it today..always learning at any point in one’s life!

  • 113
    Nancy Ward says:

    My favorite subject was… surprise, surprise, art! I was always packed for creative projects.

  • 114
    Deborah S says:

    Since kindergarten my favorite subjects were English and literature. I am a grammar nut and have always been a voracious reader.

  • 115
    TracyK says:

    My favorite subject was Math. Some of my Math skills are pretty rusty! I’ve always loved a good puzzle. I have an Accounting degree, so numbers have always been my thing in some fashion.

  • 116
    Colleen B. says:

    My favorite subject was math and still is today. Great release!

  • 117
    cathy r says:

    I have always loved math and still enjoy looking at life as a series of equations

  • 118
    Diana K says:

    My favourite subject in school was English and I still love it today.

  • 119
    Olga V. says:

    My favorite subject was biology, this magical world of genes & evolution… LOVED it! Second was math – I love pure logic and was completely hooked on the elegance of solutioning a math problem. I am not using either subject in my adult life, I’m so much more interested in philosophy & human nature now… Oh, and crafting, of course!

  • 120
    Brandi R says:

    Yep….fabulous release! Love love LOVE it ♥

    Favorite subject in school…..Science (particularly Biology) and yes, I’d have to say that it is still my favorite.

  • 121
    Ivy Krahn says:

    Loved Home Ec. My love of creating ,whether decorating a home, landscape design or crafting all began in Home Ec class. Thanks again for another month of inspiration !

  • 122
    Deborah Rosenow says:

    My favorite subject in school was a tie between math and absolutely any science class. I still enjoy both as it is what I do for a living in that I utilize both areas at my career.

  • 123
    Sharon Wentz says:

    I can’t say English, because then I might have to say what a participle is! But I did, and still do, love reading and writing.

  • 124
    Vikki H says:

    I truly loved school and all subjects except art. My favorites of history and language arts combine with my love of learning and reading of others lives.

  • 125
    Donna K says:

    I loved geography in school – identifying the states and capitals, the rivers, mountains, etc. Sorry to say I am terrible at it now, especially the east coast states. It just seems to have disappeared out of my brain. I guess I had to make room for all the stamping techniques I’ve learned over the years. Something had to go.

  • 126
    Dana Kirby says:

    I loved math when I was young. Now my favorite would be art, stamping in particular, LOL! Thanks for another great release!!

  • 127
    Maureen P says:

    I enjoyed school, maybe that’s why I’m a teacher! LOL. My favourites were always math and French and then English in high school and university. Math and English still are…I love to read as an adult.

  • 128
    Jessica Monte says:

    Love the release. My favorites is a butterfly. My favorite subject in school was and still is history.

  • 129
    Pat Ackley says:

    History was one of my favorite subjects, but I love school and loved all my classes. Life-long learner here!

  • 130
    L. Sunn says:

    This has been such a fun release! I love all of the new products and the projects were awesome as usual. My favorite subject was definitely math and I’m still a numbers girl today.

  • 131
    Keri H says:

    Awesome release! 🙂

    My favorite subject in school, all the way through, was art…in particular pottery, and watercolor. I was an art major, so it kinda stands to reason. 😉

  • 132
    Cris M. says:

    I’ve always loved math, still do.

  • 133
    Kathy Higgins says:

    My favorite subject was English Class. We did a lot of writing and I still enjoy writing today! I really like your products and thank you for a chance to win!

  • 134
    Sandra Andersen says:

    My favorite subject was geography. I loved learning about different areas in the world. 🌍 Later in life I enjoyed teaching my students about places like Africa, Australia, and The Galapagos. Eventually I was able to visit all of those places.

  • 135
    Crystal Minkler says:

    Beautiful!! I am loving this release! My favorite subject in school was math and my love of math has rubbed off on my kids, they love it too. It’s still my favorite subject!

  • 136
    Nancy Guse says:

    I have always loved science. I love working with plants and gardening still.

  • 137

    MATH!!! I loved geometry…hated algebra, lol!! Still enjoy using my head to figure math problems and then sometimes double check with a calculator. My mom would use Flash Cards (remember those?) to help me learn multiplication; I’m still a wiz at it!!

  • 138
    Cheryl B. says:

    My favorite subject was English/Literature. I learned to read at age 4 and have been reading ever since. I took an English class every semester in college. I am still an avid reader and love crossword puzzles etc.
    The other subject I enjoyed was biology. I have a BS in biology and I used it daily in my medical profession.
    Least favorite subject…typing!

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    Kathy VH says:

    Back in those days, it was called Spelling! I loved it!I Always had a 100% on my lessons and all of my tests! They didn’t do the Spelling Bee, but I received a Certificate of Perfection each year! Now I’d prefer Math, as that was my second favorite subject WAY back than in the Old Country School days! (The Good Old Days!)

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    Jackie says:

    My favorite subject was English and it is still with me today. I had a wonderful teacher and that made all the difference.

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    Roxanne Derheim says:

    Spelling was my favorite subject when I was in school. I find that basic math is a lot more handy in day to day life. Especially with spell checker and auto correct!

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    Anna S. says:

    My favourite subject in school was always writing. After several years ay home raising kids I’m finally thinking of getting back into writing somehow…
    Love so many things from this release. Really hope I can win a gift certificate so I can afford to make an order!:)

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    TracyL says:

    My favorite classes were Art and English/Lit. I enjoyed the discussion of the books, symbolism in particular.

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    Terri W says:

    My favorite subject in school was math. I have worked in the mortgage industry for over 30 years and numbers are something I deal with every day.
    I love so many different things this month!

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    Amy Klin says:

    My favorite subject was math, especially algebra, and it is still my favorite.

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    DonnaH says:

    My favorite subject was history — specifically American history. Still enjoy reading it today.

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    Linda M. says:

    In college, I loved my psychology classes. Although I didn’t pursue a career in psychology, I think the classes helped me in my job. I also enjoyed English and still love to read and write. I also love this release! My daughter is a teacher, so all the school related products are a must for me!

  • 148
    Janelle says:

    Art class was always my favorite. Not surprising I suppose with my paper crafting obsession now.

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    Donna C. says:

    I loved anything to do with literature, writing, and reading. I am an avid reader and I am a teacher. I love teaching students to love great books, ideas, and writing. I was fortunate enough to have teachers who inspired me and introduced me to authors that expanded my world. As Oprah says, “Books take you places you would otherwise never get to go to”.

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    Debbie Davis says:

    My favorite subject was Anatomy and Physiology. I have been a Registered Nurse for 35 years. Working with the smallest of patients in a Neonatal Unit. I still enjoy learning the anatomy and physiology of the human body.

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    Jan Smarinsky says:

    I absolutely love this Release!! My favorite subject has always been math–algebra, geometry, you name it! I would much rather do something involving math, than have to write something. Math has always been my favorite!!

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    Kpenn1700 says:

    My favorite subject in school was literature. I still love reading to this day and have had many happy hours reading wonderful books. Great release.

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    Em says:

    My favorite subject was math. It was challenging and made sense. I still love mathematics of all kinds today but I often think I might have liked to devote more time to sociology as in the end its human behavior that is so fascinating though perhaps it makes less sense than mathematics.

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    Hilde says:

    English was my favorite subject in school. Grammar, writing, and spelling came easily back then but I didn’t really enjoy reading until later in life. Now I love to read. So yes, it’s still my favorite.

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    Robin says:

    Math and science. But card making and PTI has inspired me to love art and design!

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    Marlee S. says:

    My favorite class was English especially reading. I still enjoy reading today. My second favorite class was Latin. I took it for two years in High School. They even had a Latin Club!

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    Pauline T. says:

    My favorite subject was art. I still love it today and wish I had more time to do it.

  • 158
    Bev S. says:

    My favorite subject in school was art. I still love creating today and love using all the beautiful stamps from PTI.

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    Pat A Whitley says:

    I loved Reading and Literature in school. As a teacher, I loved teaching Reading and American History! I love reading!

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    Janice Marcham says:

    My favorite subject in school was math. I was a tutor in college and I still love it! Thank you for a great release!

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    Annette Gordon says:

    My favourite subject in school was math, and then high school it was physics & Chem. I have no idea what my favourite subject is now as I don’t use math or any sciences in my job. And my math is beyond rusty I can’t even add now. lol But I still love problem solving. FYI – Just have to say there is a lot in this new release that really appeals to me. Its all fabulous!!

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    Dolores says:

    I remember watching my father tinker with electronics in our garage and was always fascinated by the “mystery” of it all. He sparked my curiosity that led me to becoming an electrical engineer.Although not as quick at it I still love my math.

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    Annie Dill says:

    Spelling and English! Still my favorites!

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    Karen Baugh says:

    Math and English. Crazy eh? 🙂

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    Gina Eggebrecht says:

    My favorite subject in school was history/government/civics/International Relations — all those “social studies” type classes. They are still some of my favorites and I loved teaching them to my kids when we homeschooled.

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    Janet S says:

    Although I wasn’t great at it, I loved my Art classes. I’m still “not too great” at art, but love creating. I could lose myself in my craft room!

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    Cindy Beach says:

    When I was in school I loved studying Spanish and French. Later I learned to speak German.

    What I love now? art and history, my least favorites back then!

  • 168
    Sue Symens says:

    Wayyyyyy back when… reading was a subject, it was my favorite. Still would be today. Science is a close second. Bottom of the list…spelling.

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    Teresa C says:

    Favorite subject was foreign language and I was lucky enough to be able to double up and took french and spanish throughout middle school and high school.
    Yes, still love it today and have added a smidgen of german and japanese.
    Language is one of those things that brings us all together and reminds us of all the things we have in common.
    🙂

  • 170
    Teresa F. says:

    Always Literature. I’ve been a reader all my life and am never happy without a stack of new books to read! Love all the new releases!

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    Janet W says:

    My favorite was definitely Music. Band, orchestra, chorus – I did it all and loved it!

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    Craftyfield says:

    My favorite subject was English, as a foreign language. I guess it defined my life since otherwise I would never have ended up in an English speaking country! I still learn everyday and love having mastered it as much as any who grew up with English as their mother tongue.

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    Art is my favourite subject when I was at school. Until today, art is still my favourite which explain why I am making cards and other craft things.

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    Janet Sisk says:

    My favorite subject in school was American History. I have always had a love for learning about places and people. I especially love historical fiction in my reading choices. Thanks for a chance to win the big ONE! 😀

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    Diane Oliver says:

    My favorite subject in school was HISTORY… loved it… and still do. I especially like to read or watch movies based on history. Hoping my grandkids feel the same way… I am forever telling them stories. Can’t wait for this release, and thanks for a chance to win a fabulous prize. Hugs.

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    Amy O says:

    My favorite subject was Algebra. I loved how there was a right answer and it was a bit like solving a puzzle. Balancing our household budget sometimes feels like solving an algebraic equation, so I guess I still use it.

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    Adele Holcomb says:

    Probably English. I’ve loved to read since I discovered that those funny marks actually were words, and I’ve always liked to write too. Love history too, and have learned a lot from historical reading. Loved the French and German I took, but was unable to continue with either. Any subject but math! I really admire those of you who love and are good at it!

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    Rita says:

    Creative writing was my favorite subject in school. I still love writing and I can’t wait to add the new pen and notebook stamps/dies to my PTI collection.

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    Debbie P. says:

    I pretty much loved anything to do with math or science. I went into pharmacy and used it every day until I retired. I need to start brushing up because I have a super smart grandson who loves science. I need to be able to talk to him about the planets and Falcon Heavy rockets 🙂

  • 180
    Helen F. says:

    Fabulous release this month~thanks for all of the beautiful inspiration.
    Favorite subject was and is English Lit…I am about to join my second Book Club and expand my love of reading!
    Also, I’m probably one of the last living dinosaurs on earth who STILL enjoys adding hand written letters or notes in my cards 🙂

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    Kris T says:

    I loved art and math when I was in school. Now I’m back in school 20 years later and I still love math! I’ve also discovered excel spreadsheets and EXCEL is awesome!
    Great release, everyone! So many must-have products. I wish I could get it all.

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    Amanda S says:

    Fantastic release!!

    My favorite subjects were math, science, and history. I still enjoy them and spend a lot of time reading science and history books.

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    Diane Rzany says:

    I had a Home Economics class in high school that taught the basics of sewing, cooking, embroidery etc. That was my favorite class and I still like to do the “crafty” kinds of things we learned in that class.

  • 184
    DGolly says:

    Art. Art was my favorite subject and would still be today.

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    Cathy Weber says:

    This was a great release. My favorite subject was English and reading is still one of my very favorite hobbies. I love the teacher inspired stamps/dies…no kids at home anymore but my daughter is a teacher and I think she deserves an encouraging note once in awhile.

  • 186
    Lynne S in GS says:

    My favorite subject was and is literature, reading it, studying it and even writing about it! Makes me happy to this day – and I encourage it with my children and will to my future grandchildren as well.

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    Sally Keagle says:

    My favorite was English, reading great literature and having fun, enthusiastic teachers was the best. Still love reading when I have the time.

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    Barb Heitzman says:

    My favorite subject in school was English. I love creative words, creative minds, and creative stories.

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    Sue Z says:

    My favourite subject was English in high school. I still use the grammar everyday at my workplace but my true love now is medicine (sciences)

  • 190
    Yvonne F. says:

    My favorite subject was math. Right now I can’t remember why. 😂

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    Suzanne Russell says:

    I was most fond of English until I had art classes in high school. Those two subjects remain my favorites even today. I love combining the two to make little artworks in paper crafting. The many beautiful frames we are seeing suit my card making taste to a tee! I love framing a heartfelt sentiment and embellishing it with flowers.

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    Beautiful projects as always! My favorite subject was biology and I still love learning about it!

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    Marianne M says:

    Math was always my favorite subject and the one I excelled in. Today I enjoy finding mathematics in all areas of life and how I tend to gravitate toward things that I can “count” on.

  • 194
    Kathryn A says:

    My favourite subject was Science. I had a fantastic teacher who inspired me in grade 7, and I have loved it ever since.

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    Frannie Phelps says:

    I loved art and I still do. It plays right into my card making.

  • 196
    Brenda Kuder says:

    My favorite subject in school was math. No, it is not still my favorite because I use a calculator now.

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    Krillsister says:

    In high school my two favorite subjects were Latin and algebra. I still love algebra and was able to help the la students I worked with when I was teach..

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    Danielle Siegel says:

    My favorite subject was science and math and now I hate both!! LOL my favorite subject now is art and stamping!!!

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    Barbara says:

    My favourite subject in school was art. I still love it! 😊

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    Karla P says:

    In high school, I would say that my favorite classes were Science/biology. I started college in Nursing, but ended up with a Home Ec Ed degree. I still like science/biology, as I do a lot of online research related to health, but my favorite things to do are trying out new recipes, crafting, sewing, crocheting and card making.

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    Julie says:

    PE and Home Ec were my favorite classes in school – I don’t know why I didn’t take more art classes, but they would probably still be my favorites!

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    Donna C says:

    I always loved math and I still do.

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    Lyn says:

    Any of the sciences – biology, chemistry, botany, physiology, physics, anatomy, etc. as well as math were my favorites. The only subjects I didn’t particularly like in school were history and geography. I still love the sciences and enjoy reading scientific articles and watching the Discovery channel. Great release ladies!

  • 204
    Annette Hindes says:

    Art was by far my favorite class!
    Still love to learn & make!

  • 205
    Tammy W says:

    Another amazing release and so many wonderful products to choose from – decisions, decisions. Love seeing all the different styles of projects the DT made with the same stamp set. It really shows the versatility of PTI stamps.

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    pat phillips says:

    I liked Home Economics, art and spelling. I would say I still do – I like to cook and be at home, stamping and making things.

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    Joyce m. says:

    My favorites in high school were history and English. I still am very interested in both, and I especially enjoy reading historical fiction.

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    Barbara Martin says:

    My favorite subject was history and I still enjoy it today. I love to travel and especially love to read about the history of a place before I get there.

  • 209
    Tracy says:

    My favorite subject(s) were biology and math, and yes they still are today, my kids think I am so weird!

  • 210

    Gorgeous release with so many beautiful products!
    My favorite subject in school is history, still is today!

  • 211
    KathyW says:

    My favorite subject in school was math, and it still is. As an elementary school teacher, I love teaching math and getting students excited about all the ways math affects our lives.

  • 212
    Julie Garbisch says:

    My favorite subject was art, and my title is “Production Artist” today — so yes, I still love art today!! Love the new stamps, many are on my wish list!

  • 213

    Favorite subject at school… music. Yeah. Although I was too shy to ever belt anything out it was my favorite. I did ok at school but I really loved to see my friends every day. Classes were just something I had to get thru to do that. lol! Beautiful release!

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    Julie C says:

    My favorite subject was English – I’ve always loved reading and one day hope to write as well. For now it’s a hobby and my actual degree is in science/medicine.

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    Sarita says:

    My favorite subject was history. I still love it today and continue to learn.

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    Donna Phelan says:

    GREAT Release! Math and English, I loooooooooooooooooove numbers!!!

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    karen b says:

    Oh how I loved science in school, any science class made me very happy! I guess I am still a science nerd as I attend Astronomy lectures, read everything I can find about the universe, watch any video or program I can find on the topic! It is a great time to be interested in the field!

    Fantastic release, as always!

  • 218
    Sandy M says:

    My favorite subject in school was English Lit. I have always loved to read. I inherited it from my mom who read a grocery sack of books each week. I always had plenty of things to read.

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    Lennie says:

    My favorite subject was art class and it still is today!!

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    Leslie Scholes says:

    My favorite subjects were Math, especially Algebra, and Reading & Spelling. I use Math everyday as a Staff Accountant & love it and I read as often as I can. I love getting lost in a good book!

  • 221
    Amy says:

    My favorite subject was English and I still love to read.

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    Erin S says:

    My favorite subject in school was math. It always felt like working out a puzzle to me. Still love it.

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    Noreen says:

    English was my favorite subject. I still love to read, and now I have a website as well.

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    Amy Vitriani says:

    Fantastic release!! My favorite subject in school was history. Now I’d say I lean a little more toward science, but science is also a part of history, and my true love is anthropology which is science and history combined, so yes lol!! 😊

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    Dr Sonja says:

    Math was fav in school. Reading is now my favorite….and crafting, of course!

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    Sherri says:

    My favorite subject was and still is Physics. Great release!

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    Jennifer Thompson says:

    My favorite subject was English up to high school, when I started taking French. I don’t use the French much, but I became a librarian and love to read. (That might seem obvious, but I know several librarians that don’t like to read!)

  • 228
    Linda Craig says:

    My favorite subject was math. I still use it and still love learning.

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    lindac says:

    My favorite subject was English.

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    Kay N. says:

    Spelling was in elementary school and accounting and business math in High school. I work in accounting for my job. Of course art classes were always enjoyable too!

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    Deepa M. says:

    I loved the teacher I had for advanced placement history – he really made the past come to life, and was so enthusiastic when he would teach us that you couldn’t help but get excited too. I still like to read about history, and it brings back fond memories of that special teacher. Great release this month – thanks PTI!

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    Silke Ledlow says:

    My favorite subject was History! I had a great teacher that made it fun and exciting!

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    Kate says:

    This was a hard one as I loved English, Art and History. Overall though I think it has to be history as I love anything old.

  • 234
    Victoria Nelson says:

    French and Spanish were favorite classes and I still love them today!

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    Barbara Schmidt says:

    My favorite subject in school was math. I also liked my history classes. Now, math is part of my everyday life – use it to keep things straight on my cards. Can’t stand a crooked sentiment! I wish a graphic design class had been offered as I could see using it for my card making and I wouldn’t feel like I was “learning on the go”.

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    maryrose says:

    My favorite subjects were English and Foreign Language. Today, I am a writer and I volunteer as a tutor, teaching English as a second language.

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    Danijela says:

    I am Croatian, my favorite subject was Croatian language. It is very poetic, very giving, deep language. I now study Korean, another beautiful language, and I am very happy to be on this lovely adventure.

    What a gorgeous release, I am so impressed as always 🙂

  • 238
    Cynthia Rose says:

    I have always loved math. I took calculus for fun!

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    Connie Fisher says:

    My favorite class was Art and second favorite was Shorthand (Guess that tells you how old I am)

  • 240
    Nita K. says:

    Language arts, specifically reading, was my favorite subject. I have always been a huge reader and I loved being introduced to new books. I minored in English in college, and it is my favorite subject to teach now.

  • 241
    Colleen F says:

    I loved languages and took both French and Spanish…can I speak it now? NO! Can I understand it now? NO! I should have lived in a country to speak it and become fluent but I didn’t!

  • 242
    AllysonA says:

    My favorite subject in school was history, and it still is! I love everything about it. Thank you for a lovely week of inspiration! I always look forward to PTI release week, and also to receiving my fun new supplies.

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    Janice says:

    Vases and stems and pens, oh my!
    My favourite subject was urban geography. I am still fascinated by the makeup of towns and cities and all the demographic information needed for careful planning.

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    Ohhh Snap says:

    My favorite subject in school was reading, only because I loved reading lol. I had some realllllllllllly bad English teachers (some were just incompetent teachers, but more alcoholics than I would have thought. How bad do you have to be that kids notice? It was the 60s.) Also we moved a lot (military family), so I probably had more than the average student.

    Reading is still a joy to me : D

  • 245
    Kathie B says:

    May favorite subject in school was history. I liked it so much that I became a history teacher. I am not in the classroom anymore, but I still love reading history and biography and I tend to look at life through an historical perspective.

  • 246
    Marlena M says:

    What a gorgeous release of products and inspiration! My favorite subject has and always will be~English.

  • 247

    Science! I have a degree in Microbiology and am a registered Medical Technologist.
    But my favorite college class was Geography!!!

  • 248
    Mary-Anne V says:

    My favourite subject in school was art and PE…still is.

  • 249
    Linda S. says:

    English was my favorite as far as grammar was concerned, but when it got into literature and we had to write stories that was not for me. I think with my card making that art is now my favorite. Lol…..

  • 250
    Mary Lou Kemp says:

    My favorite subject in school (which was a very very long time ago) was Biology. I had a great teacher and that was important. I also enjoyed English and I love poetry.

  • 251
    Cindy Close says:

    My favorite subject was English and still is today. I am a voracious reader, finding time to read every day. My idea of a great vacation is to spend a week reading.

  • 252
    Tonya Dirk says:

    Art…always was and always will be! Math was a close second…

  • 253
    Karyn S says:

    My favorite subject in school was math. I don’t do much with it today. However I believe that the concepts have helped me in my career. Looking forward to tonight’s release.

  • 254
    Arianna Barbara says:

    Congrats on your new amazing release!!! My favourite subjects in school were English and Italian literature!

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    Vicki Smith says:

    My favorite was math and I still love to keep books, etc. I also loved typing and shorthand which allowed me to become a secretary for years. During that time, I became very interested in medicine and I studied to become a medical transcriptionist which I loved so much I didn’t care if I got paid. Math and medicine are still my passions!

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    Kailash says:

    My favorite subject was biology, was just so interesting and loved being in that class!

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    Denise Bryant says:

    What a fabulous release! Love the butterfly set, and the vases and flowers!
    My favorite subject was English, especially the Creative Writing classes I took while in junior college.

  • 258
    Kathy Mc says:

    My favorite subject was English/Grammar as I’m still very anal about communicating today, oral and written. Sometimes I just cringe…and I’m not perfect.

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    Liz says:

    My favorite subjects were social studies and art. I now enjoy traveling the world learning about different countries and going to art museums and beautiful old churches.

  • 260
    Claudia B says:

    My favorite subjects were chemistry and math. #sciencegeek

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    Terry says:

    My favorite subject in school was math . . . came easy to me like it did for my dad. We’re just alike! Next in line would be art . . . I just love being creative! Can’t wait for tonight’s release . . . so many love!

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    Becky Green says:

    ART was my favorite subject in school, through every grade from elementary to High School; & YES, it still is!!!! 😉 A FABULOUS RELEASE this month!!!!! Making my list here…..

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    Deb Hudson says:

    I love the arts! It started with my 4th grade teacher who had us draw whatever inspired us while we were listening to music. I filled notebooks with horses and horse scenes. Then in high school I took drama and singing and joined the clubs. I still dabbled in drawing and painting. Got the crafting bug and took up knitting, crocheting, cross stitch and sewing. I grown to love cooking and think of it as another form of art at times.
    I’m currently loving water coloring.

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    Mary Beth S says:

    My favorite subject in school was geography. I loved looking through our World Book encyclopedia set.

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    Christina S. says:

    In high school and college my favorite subject was English. I love, love to read. I enjoyed writing papers about what I was reading. English also introduced me to alot of books I thought I wouldn’t like.

  • 266
    Karen B. says:

    I’m not sure what my favorite subject was but I absolutely loved reading. Now, I still love to read but my favorite subject to help my kids with is math.

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    lainey says:

    It would have to be art appreciation. Too bad it was only once a week, I could have gone everyday!

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    Deb V says:

    I am very impressed by all the math lovers. Unfortunately, math, numbers and formulas are PURPLE to me but yay for all you who love math. My favorite subject in school was art. I love all the arts. Today I still draw and i love stamping and coloring. If it doesn’t move I color it. I am loving the new release!

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    Lehanne says:

    I always enjoyed math all throughout my schooling, but in high school, theatre class had my heart. Seeing where my interests are at now, I wished I had taken an art class.

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    Valerie Martin says:

    What a great release!
    My favorite subject was Art and Music. Both of which laid a foundation for the passions I have had my whole life.

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    It had to have been a clay donkey I made back in elementary school. I don’t even remember which grade. I painted him brown with blue eyes and he got glazed and fired. I called him my Chocolate Donkey amd I still have him to this day. Acutally, craft time during school (whatever it was) was my absolute favorite time!

  • 272
    MV says:

    Math was, and still is, my favorite subject in school.

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    Melissa Malone says:

    My favorite subjects in school were history and international relations – I still love both today and strongly believe in the value of learning from our history but also about different people, countries and cultures! I can’t wait for this release – really love the big apple die, the Ink It In stamps and dies and the Dream, Fly, Soar stamps – perfect for teacher appreciation gifts and the upcoming graduates!

  • 274
    Tammy Johnson says:

    My fav subject was art an still is today–in many different forms.

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    Cheryl F. says:

    English and all kinds of math. Yes, they are still my favorites. I hated reading until I had a wonderful teacher as a high school freshman. I’ve loved it ever since. Sentence structure is fun, too!

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    Angela TX says:

    My favorite subject is MATH! By now, I’m certain I’ve forgotten more than I remember, but anything involving numbers will always make me happy.

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    Greta H says:

    In college I loved my sociology class & almost changed my major. In the end I stuck with nursing & am glad I did. There’s a lot of social work in nursing, so really I got to do both of my passions. Right now if I was going to school it’d probably be for history. So much was left out of what we were taught when I was in school.

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    Susan W. says:

    This reply thing is not working for me…4th attempt! Loved art in school. Favorite project was a clay donkey I painted brown and gave blue eyes. He was glazed and fired. I named him “ Chocolate” and I still have him to this very day.

  • 279
    Janell Robinson says:

    My favorite subject in school was and still is MATH!! It’s not subjective to the reader or my interptation, it’s either right or wrong.

  • 280
    April C. says:

    My favorite class was concert choir, I love to sing! The last two years of high school I was also in the ensemble group. And yes, I still love to sing and have continued to sing in church choirs through the years.

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    Diane Rusnack says:

    My favorite was definitely history. I loved learning about what led up to today and I still love it! Give me a good historical movie or book and I’m a happy camper. I have to say that I especially like history about England. When I visited there many years ago, I knew more about the history of England than the people who lived there!

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    Chris says:

    Art has been my favorite thing do since I can remember. After getting my degree in Art School I became an abstract painter, also taught adult painting classes in the schools. Always active in some form of creativity, but I would never had dreamt that I would be using stamps, designed by talented others, to make my fun. But fun it is, and also a challenge to put some of myself into each final creation.

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    Kelly W. says:

    Loved science! Interactive, experiments, microscopes, and the science fair! Wonderful release as always!

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    Penny J. says:

    Ugh….I hated school….but I did love reading. I took a Mass Media class in high school that I loved! That class helped me to become interested in so many things but especially history. Still love history to this day and do a lot of reading on the subject from nonfiction to historical fiction.

    Great release!

  • 285
    Alesa says:

    English and Art. I still love both.

  • 286
    Susan O'Halloran says:

    My favorite subject was English and Literature. I am still a voracious reader and get lost in books!

  • 287
    Marsha Morris says:

    My favorite subject in school was Biology. Years later I became a high school Biology teacher! I’m retired now, but Biology also became my hobby. I enjoy identifying plants and birds when I’m traveling.

  • 288
    F. Andre says:

    My favourites were French, Spanish and Mathematics. I’m very fortunate that I remember a lot of what I learned at school and enjoy helping my children as they are now learning these subjects at school. Fab release and samples shared over the last few days.

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    Joybells says:

    Literature and math were my favorite subjects . I am an avid reader and , as an elementary teacher, I loved (am retired now) planning the reading units and math lessons.

  • 290
    Barbara Shook says:

    My favorite subject in school was Literature. I still love to read and now I make books!

  • 291
    Diane Rzany says:

    This is a fun release. In high school I took a Home Economics class and in that class I was taught the basics of sewing, cooking, embroidery, etc. I loved that class and all of the things we did in it. I still love to do crafty things today.

  • 292
    Tanya Boser says:

    My favorite subject in school was anything science related. Math, biology, chemistry, physics. It was all so fascinating. Who am I kidding, it is still fascinating to me! I enjoy the challenge of learning new things, and I will never run out of things to master. I wanted to be a marine biologist, an archeologist, a paleontologist, and a veterinarian. ALL of them. Not just one. Instead, I am an ER nurse, lol. My #3 child was born when I was 20, and we discovered that he had a heart condition that caused him to nearly die when he was just 9 days old, without warning. Had we not been in the clinic when the event happened, and the doctor had not called for a helicopter with a pediatric cardiologist and NICU nurse on board, my son would not be the amazing 26 year old man he is today. When I saw the amazingly complex and life altering things a nurse could do, that changed my life course. Nursing is now who I am. It combines so many of the things that embody how we can help our fellow man, even when it is hard, and unappreciated, ugly and gross. Science is not a cold and hard topic to me. It is a tool to better all lives. Especially when we combine it with the compassion, skill, and ingenuity of the human spirit.

  • 293
    Reva Brightman says:

    School favorite even to this day the study of people–geography and history.

  • 294
    Cherie says:

    Definitely science and yes it’s still my love today.

  • 295
    Sharon D. says:

    I enjoyed art in school & yes, I do still enjoy creating.

  • 296
    RedGem says:

    favorite subject: Business Law, and not still my favorite. Great inspiration, looking forward to the release.

  • 297
    Diane R. says:

    My favorite class was a Home Economics class in high school. In that class we learned the basics of sewing, cooking, embroidery, cross stitch, etc. It was a “crafty” type of class and I’ve always liked making crafty things.

  • 298
    abrash says:

    I enjoyed math and business classes – still use both today!

  • 299
    Terri Bills says:

    I love all of the great products this month. My favorite subject was reading/English and yes this is still my favorite.

  • 300
    Nancy M says:

    I loved school because I love learning, anything and everything; so, for me, my favorite subject was always changing. It was usually dependent on who was teaching rather than what was being taught. That’s still the case today.

  • 301
    Crystal says:

    Science, yes today it still is. I am a nurse. I love it!

  • 302
    Rachael B says:

    I was always really good at math, but never enjoyed it. My favorites were always the fun electives where I could explore my many interests, and anything having to do with science.

  • 303
    Dawn says:

    Music….I LOVE to sing for the Lord!!!

  • 304
    Peggysue says:

    Great release! I just loved school, period. I enjoyed math up until calculus. Loved literature and English. I also enjoyed biology. So I cannot choose a favorite subject!

  • 305
    Lindsey L says:

    I always loved school, but I think my favorite classes were linked to favorite teachers before college. The classes I can remember being most excited about, though, are the sciences. And yes, the sciences related to my field are still my favorite today.

  • 306
    Donna Oates says:

    My favorite subject was history. I enjoyed learning about people and how they lived long ago. I was born in 1951 not long after the end of WWII so that has always been an interesting part of history for me. I still love history but don’t study it as such but love to read historical novels! Especially ones that I know are historically accurate. This has been a gorgeous release. What to get first?

  • 307
    Diana F says:

    I know this will sound nerdy to some, but I loved math. Not sure why, probably because it came easy for me.
    And yes I still enjoy it, especially algebra and geometry.

  • 308
    Jan says:

    My parents developed my love of history from the time I was little and I had a few excellent teachers who reinforced it. I’m happy to say all three of my children love it, too!

  • 309

    My favorites were biology and history! I always loved learning and still make that a huge part of my life. I’m retired from a urology office and still take history classes and volunteer at the Zoo where I continue to learn and share.

  • 310
    April Z. says:

    My favorite subjects in school were history and social studies. I still enjoy learning about other cultures, past and present.

  • 311
    Karen Bryan says:

    My favorite class was gross human anatomy. Oh, so cool, to study the body, and how it works.

  • 312
    Patty says:

    I loved math as it was an easier subject for me in school.

  • 313
    Krissie says:

    While in college, I loved all my architecture classes and being able to create/design was very rewarding.

  • 314
    Ann says:

    Psychology classes always intrigued me. So interesting and yet so fun.

  • 315
    Pat Robinson says:

    My favorite was science and as a retired nurse, it still is.

  • 316
    Pat from sd says:

    I enjoyed taking all my science and math classes as they were easier subjects for me.

  • 317
    Jennifer Petersen says:

    I remember loving to go to my French class in High School. Sadly it is not a part of my day any more at all. Every once in awhile I hear a few snippets of French I remember. In College I really enjoyed my behavioral analysis class and how that information could be used to help and encourage students in a classroom.

  • 318
    Isabel Z says:

    I enjoyed history and still enjoy it.

  • 319
    Maria C F says:

    My favorite subject was English and I still enjoy reading great works of literature.

  • 320
    Iggy says:

    My favorite classes were my math classes and I still enjoy playing with numbers.

  • 321
    Danny says:

    My favorite classes in college were my history ones but sadly I didn’t end up in a profession that uses history.

  • 322
    Mutzy Mia says:

    My favorite subject was math. I remember really struggling with it in 7th grade and staying after many days for more explanation…but then it “clicked” and I loved math from then on. Today I still love working with numbers and it’s a big part of my job today.

  • 323
    Sandy Vincent says:

    My favorite subject was art, and I still love to create! I also loved English, and I still like to write and looooove to read!

  • 324
    Connie G says:

    My favorite was spelling. I still enjoy all word games like Scrabble, Words with friends, Jumbles, crosswords, boggle, Oh my. I could go on and on. Love this beautiful array of products this release. It is definitely going to be hard to choose.

  • 325
    Emma S says:

    Back in my day, it was called Geography. I always loved learning about all the different countries and cultures. Maybe that’s why I like to TRAVEL!

  • 326
    Stephanie H. says:

    My favorite classes in school were English and art history! I’m still an avid reader today.

  • 327
    Anne B says:

    My favourite subjects were English and history and I still love reading, particularly historical fiction and non-fiction.

  • 328
    Carmela Douglas Hubler says:

    My favorite subject was English as I loved to read and write. I still enjoy writing but now it is more technical as I work as a nurse in Employee Health. I love reading and usually have a book going. So it hasn’t changed too much.

  • 329
    KathleenA says:

    I think I enjoyed Math and Literature the most. I was really good a solving the word problems in Math, something lots of my classmates never got. I still use it every day in general problem solving, and I am an accountant, so continue to work with numbers.

  • 330
    Lisa M says:

    Science was always my favorite subject in school…even from my earliest years. I suppose it still is since Im in healthcare;)

  • 331
    Gaylyn says:

    ART was always my favorite! I even helped my mom (K-5 teacher) make her bulletin boards each week.
    I was told you couldn’t make a living doing art.
    Now, decades later, art is in every single thing I do!
    Thanks for the inspiration! 💗

  • 332
    Sparrow says:

    Reading was my favorite hobby and still is, but it was so pervasive that it hardly even seems to count as a school subject! In elementary school my favorite subject was grammar/English, and in high school my favorite subjects were biology and chemistry, because biochemistry fascinates me. Math, particularly algebra, gets an honorable mention too; I love its logic and how it presents complexity simply. I now work as an editor and still have a passion for grammar and good writing, and one of my favorite topics to read about is biochemistry.

  • 333
    Della says:

    My favorite subject was Art and it still is. Love to be creative.

  • 334
    Elizabeth McGregor says:

    My favorite subject was English—which I ended up teaching for over a decade!

  • 335
    Amy Cooley says:

    Maybe this isn’t considered a subject, but I enjoyed choir. I still love music and singing today.

  • 336
    Lorraine says:

    Definitely Math! Still is as an engineer, LOL.

  • 337
    Mary M says:

    I loved English class. I still like to read for fun.

  • 338
    Joan K says:

    I would probably say reading / literature. I don’t take much time to read these days. My spare time goes to making cards 🙂 But I do have a small stack of books that are on my list to read. Thank you for the chance to win!

  • 339
    Rema DeLeeuw says:

    My favorite subject in school was Shorthand. It’s been a while and even though it may not be used anymore today I do remember bits and pieces to this day!

  • 340
    Linda Sodano says:

    In school I always liked spelling and hand writing. I still take pride in spelling and I love to write!

  • 341
    Diane Bowman says:

    Math was my favorite subject until college. I started as a math major but discovered I would rather teach elementary students. Then children’s literature and language arts became favorites.

  • 342
    R. Hill says:

    I liked math, science and history and still do! But, I think history is probably my favorite; was and still is.

  • 343
    Imke Ludwig says:

    I always liked very much the practical subjects like housekeeping (cooking), textile designing (sewing, knitting) and art.

  • 344
    Cindy says:

    Art class and history it was a simple life back than still love history today and always crafting

  • 345
    Dawn Y. says:

    As a student, I truly loved language arts. My dream, since age 8, came true when I became a teacher. It was such a joy to inspire my young students to grow as readers and writers for 35 happy years! In retirement, I have more time for reading and writing letters and a blog. I still receive letters from ‘my kids.’ What a joy! Cardmaking must be a natural extension of my love for language arts! 💗

  • 346
    ValerieC says:

    My favorite subject was History. My 4th grade teacher opened it up to me and it has never left. I started writing research papers for competitions for the Daughters of the American Revolution on my own time. This developed my second love, English.

  • 347
    Sheri Elmont says:

    Exciting to see the full product release! My favorite subject was English, especially the reading part, which I still love. My motto is, “If you love me, let me read!”

  • 348
    Julie says:

    Oh, I really loved science. But never could squeeze in enough art classes. I still love art and have found many creative outlets for it and science still comes in handy when I’m helping kids with homework. Really, it’s just fun to learn anything.

  • 349
    Annette says:

    English, which is the first subject for most children here in Germany, arts, history and maths. I’m an English teacher now, so this subject is the one I stuck with.

  • 350
    Dawn Schuster says:

    My favourite subject in school was French! We had french neighbours and I was intrigued by the language. I even worked in Geneva, Switzerland (the French speaking part of Switzerland) for a couple of years as a nanny, so I became fluent in it. I also got engaged up the Eiffel Tower several years later, ooh la la!!

  • 351
    Leanne says:

    My favorite subject was Biology.

  • 352
    Katherine says:

    I enjoyed History the most. I am curious by nature so I always wanted to know more about the past.

  • 353
    Lisa K says:

    I just loved history and still love it today. I tend to gravitate towards historical fiction books. I guess I like to imagine what it would be like to live in different times and places.

  • 354
    Cindy says:

    My favorite subjects in school were theater arts and choir. If I had to choose a core subject, it would have to be chemistry.

  • 355
    Rebekah says:

    In school English was my favorite. I wouldn’t say it’s my favorite now but I read & write everyday so maybe it should be!

  • 356
    Carol Boonstra says:

    My favorite subject was art……using it today for scrap booking and designing cards

  • 357
    Shirley N says:

    My favorite subject was math but you wouldn’t know it today and I always seem to reach for the calculator, lol.

  • 358
    KarenAnn says:

    I loved science and biology. After working 40 years as a pharmacist, I can’t get enough of the arts and am “retired” from science!!!!

  • 359

    I loved school … there wasn’t a subject I didn’t enjoy! Still love the thrill of discovering new things … there’s so much to learn in just one life time! Anita 🙂

  • 360
    Betty Neville says:

    My favourite subject was science- still would be today. Great release- thank you for the chance to win!

  • 361
    MissAnn says:

    I never really had a favorite subject in school – I kind of enjoyed different aspects of most subjects. That still holds true today.

  • 362

    My favorite subject was art-still is today as I love creating! 🙂

  • 363
    Linda E (uncbballfan) says:

    Math was my favorite in school. Art is my favorite now, learning about it as well as practicing it. Reading is a close second.

  • 364
    DianaB says:

    My favorite subject has always been English/Writing. I grew up during a time when cursive handwriting was taught daily and strictly. I had amazing teachers back then and owe so much to them as I became an adult and went on to become a calligrapher and a writer of poetry and children’s stories. No matter what I have my crafty hands in on any given day, in my heart those two subjects will always win my favor. What great memories you have stirred in me with today’s question!

  • 365

    My favorite subject in school was science. I loved the experiments and learning about the way things worked. Thank you for the chance to win!!

  • 366
    Kathiep says:

    My favorite subject was office machines. This before the age of computers. This class led me to jobs working with office equipment and eventually to IT Director of our county governmenstill my fav.

  • 367
    gailanne says:

    My fave subject in school was invariably English Literature, and I still love reading books, usually devouring 80 – 85 a year.

  • 368
    Sandy R says:

    My favorite was always something in the math field. I guess I have a logical mind. I’m still good with numbers, but I don’t know if I would say it’s still my favorite. Now I love to read and craft, but there is a lot of math involved with card making, so I do still use those skills.

  • 369
    Tema says:

    My favourite subject was Home Economics.I learned to sewI loved every minute of it, not very scholastic!I was a crafter way back then too.

  • 370

    English was my favorite and now comes into a close second to History. My teacher used to have me go up to the board and show the class how to break down a sentence and I would sing the School House Rock songs on adverbs and adjectives. I still read a lot and and love history so knowing how English was spoken “back in the day” is a big advantage.

  • 371
    Meagan W. says:

    At my high school we ran a preschool. It was the most amazing thing. I literally got school credit for doing arts and crafts with 3 year olds! Maybe I can thank that time of my life for my craftiness now.

  • 372
    Tricia Kolsto says:

    I loved social studies and history but my best subject was English.
    Thank you for the opportunity to win.
    Hugs

  • 373
    Tina V says:

    My favorite subject in school was Spanish. I studied abroad in Madrid and when I graduated university i decided to continue my education by getting a teaching credential. I teach elementary school to English Language Learners as well as adult ESL. I feel very fortunate for learning Spanish, especially when I travel to Spanish speaking countries!

  • 374
    Penelope Tucker says:

    My favorite subject was (and still is) Math. I used to sneak ahead in my workbook, usually finishing the years work in a few weeks. I didn’t let anyone know because I thought I might get in trouble. But it was so much fun, just like solving puzzles.

  • 375
    D.Ann C says:

    Does recess count?! hahaha! Actually it was math and still is – you can always count on numbers! : )

  • 376
    Sharon D says:

    I liked school. My favorite subjects were English, Latin, algebra, and geometry. Those subjects speak to my love of words and also to my love of order. I grew up to become an editor, which requires both a love of words and an understanding of rules.

  • 377
    Linda Carson says:

    My favorite subject was Home Economics. I learned to cook, sew, etc. I also loved English.

  • 378

    I loved Math in high school – had several great teachers that made it fun! And yes, I still enjoy working with numbers.

  • 379
    NCDonna says:

    Reading, Reading, Reading. But next was Art! Loved exploring new worlds in both subjects! Still do!

  • 380
    Melanie A. says:

    Math was my favorite subject. I was blessed with great teachers. Now, not so much. Now, I LOVE history. I am lucky to live in an area rich with it and I love to dig into it. So much so I will wander cemeteries and wonder at those buried, their lives, their stories.

  • 381
    katevdp says:

    My favourite subject was art. I loved learning the history & trying to create! Admittedly, I was better at studying others work than doing my own.

  • 382
    Elaine Hoogerwerf says:

    I enjoyed all of my classes and always wished I could have taken art classes. There just wasn’t room in my schedule. I made up for that by taking a variety of art, needlework, jewelry and paper crafting classes for the last fifty years. There is always something new to explore.

  • 383
    Cindy O says:

    Throughout my school years, my favorites were art and reading/literature. Still my favorite activities today!

  • 384
    Linda R says:

    Always love the 15th! My favorite subject throughout most of school was always Social Studies. Then in college, I realized I loved math. Still do. Numbers are my favorite. I was the “girl” in all my college math classes that the “guys” hated because anything with numbers came so easily to me and I usually aced the tests. I thought it was fun!

  • 385

    I went to a private school, so we had religion class each day….. to this day learning more about God is still my favorite thing to do/learn 😉

  • 386
    Suzanne A. says:

    My favorite subject in school was always English – probably because I love to read. I think it would most likely still be my favorite today.

  • 387
    Julie Blinkhorn says:

    English lit and art history were my favorite subjects. Still favorites!! 🙂

  • 388
    Jeni says:

    My favorite subject in school was Math. I’m sure it would be more of a computer-aided design class now.

  • 389
    Megan S. says:

    Foreign Language was the best and Phys Ed was the worst. I think it depended upon who I had for teachers and would be a different story today.

  • 390
    Kim Badelt says:

    My favourite subject was probably science or to be more precise biology. I even worked professionally as a biologist for a few years, now I keep my inner biologist happy by watching documentaries!

  • 391
    Jill G. says:

    My favorite subject was—and is—history! ❤️

  • 392
    Liz R says:

    Haha, my favorite subject was Art, and still is!

  • 393
    CathyL says:

    I enjoyed the language arts classes, and still love reading!

  • 394

    My favorite subject in school was math probably because I love the challenge of solving problems and because I was good at it. I still have quite a knack for numbers.

  • 395
    Lori Y says:

    I’m a science girl! Biology, chemistry, physics…..loved them all. My oldest child will be taking chemistry next year in high school and I’m hoping I still love it and remember it. He has already asked if I will tutor him if he doesn’t get it 🙂

  • 396
    Bonnie Turpin says:

    My favorite subject in school was English. Now, I am a math teacher. And I love it!

  • 397
    jengd says:

    I loved art and though I’m not much of an artist, it’s been my outlet for years. I also loved English Lit and ended up getting a minor in it because I’d taken so many electives in it. I needed one more class to get a minor so I took a 400 level Shakespeare class. For fun. lol!

  • 398
    Ruthann says:

    My favorite subject in school was History. I still really enjoy history.

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    mary lewis says:

    I loved my English classes, especially the literature ones, and yes I still love reading today.

  • 400
    Carrie P says:

    Easily, my favorite class was art! It was like playing at school! I also liked math. But, my senior year was the best because I had taken all of the math classes offered by my school and was able to take 2 art classes the last semester! Loved it!

  • 401
    Suzi Fohringer says:

    I can’t pick just one! I loved Home-Ec because I could sew much better than the teacher (she cut the double notches on patterns as two peaks!) and wore the clothes I made to school. And I loved English, specifically vocabulary, because I loved to do crossword puzzles…and still do.

  • 402
    Dana W says:

    History was and is my favorite subject!

  • 403
    Debs says:

    English writing class was my favorite…and yes, I still love to write. I am writing a book for my young granddaughters…they give me encouragement because everytime they read a finish a chapter…they clamor for more.

  • 404
    Betty Wright says:

    My favorite subject in school was Reading. It is still a favorite subject as I majored in English in college and teach 7th grade ELA and History. A lot of reading is necessary for both subjects.

  • 405
    Beverly Perdue says:

    My favorite subject was Math. I guess it would still be my favorite since my job involves accounting. I’m excited about the new release tonight!

  • 406
    Stephanie K says:

    My favorite subject was always reading, so I got my college degree in English. It still makes me happy after all these years.

  • 407
    BarbaraB says:

    My favorite subject was science. I really liked the science classes that had hands-on activities/experiments.
    I did go into the IT field to do software development but it doesn’t seem “scientific” in the way most science subjects are.

    Nowadays my favorite “subject” is stamping and scrapbooking! LOL

  • 408
    Sue McRae says:

    I really liked math through my school years. I enjoyed doing calculations and knowing there was only one correct answer to the problems. I don’t do much math now and wonder if I would still enjoy it as much as I did 40 years ago.

  • 409
    Tina B. says:

    Literature was my favorite subject in school. I do enjoy reading, but PTI has recently consumed my time.

  • 410
    Oreety says:

    I was (and admittedly still am, haha) a total nerd in that I pretty much loved all classes/subjects while in school. But, if I had to narrow it down, I’d say English (as in creative writing) and any science class, though with biology as my all time favorite within the sciences! And yes, I’m still fascinated by the sciences and love writing poetry and short stories. As I said.. I’m a total geek and darn proud of it too! Hehe. 🙂

  • 411
    Jennifer Kinney says:

    I always enjoyed math. It was linear, methodical, and straight forward and there was always a correct answer. I still enjoy it today with my job as an engineer.

  • 412
    Carol B says:

    Reading was my favorite subject, still is!

  • 413
    Jennifer Bishop says:

    I had many favorite subjects throughout my school career. In K-12, I narrowed it down to Calculus in my Junior year. However, in college, it was Philosophy! I am equally right and left brained. I guess that’s why my cards are organized, with an artistic flare? Haha.

  • 414
    Rebecca Attwood says:

    My favorite subject was math – I liked the objective nature of it, it was easy to know if you got the answer right or wrong. Today I’m an accountant so I do work with numbers (though the computers do most of the calculations these days, I’ve just got to put the numbers in the right place!).

  • 415
    Tammie Koehnen says:

    My favorite subject in school was art. English a close second. I was so fortunate to have wonderful teachers who nurtured me into being a better artist and student. Fabulous release and amazing projects!

  • 416
    Karen Jones says:

    I liked homemaking class, it was something I was good at, so it came naturally!

  • 417

    I can’t chose just one! I always loved Art and PE. Being physical and creative were always top in my mind.

  • 418
    Melissa Hungria says:

    What a wonderful release! Reading was my favorite, and still is! I’m a kindergarten teacher, so the apple die would be perfect for me to write thank you cards to my students and their families.

  • 419
    LR says:

    I enjoyed English and I still like to write letters, poems, etc.. I even have a hard time emailing or texting without the proper punctuation that my good teachers taught me! haha!

  • 420
    kathleen dumpert says:

    Math was my favorite subject in school! I would say that yes I still enjoy a good math problem to solve.

  • 421
    Carolee McCaslin says:

    My favorite subject was English and creative writing!! I ended up becoming a teacher and although I/m not a writer I still LOVE to read:)

  • 422
    Luanne Ford says:

    I loved ART! Big surprise there…! But I also loved Speech and Drama and was involved with theatre and interpretive speech competitions.

  • 423
    Rachel W. says:

    In high school I enjoyed English class. Something about diving into a good book that could take you anywhere!

  • 424
    MarilynM says:

    I had a semester of wood shop and loved it!

  • 425
    JoAnn H says:

    Loved biology and sciences and art was a bonus

  • 426
    janet mack says:

    Art class was my favorite and I am still doing all kinds of artsy things like making cards. 🙂

  • 427
    Leigh Penner says:

    My favourites were math and art. I use both now in my career as a kitchen designer. 🙂

  • 428
    ljhart says:

    My favorite was shorthand. We had so much fun challenging each other to be faster and faster. My teacher made a floral scene and the faster you wrote, the bigger the flowers were. Miss those days.

  • 429
    MaryB says:

    Math was my favorite subject in school, and I have ended up working in accounting. I didn’t care at all for English as a class, but the most effective punishment as a kid was for my parents to tell me that I had to stop reading for the rest of the day. Oh, the torture!
    Thanks for the chance to win a gift certificate.

  • 430
    Sandy S/ says:

    I’m pretty sure it was English. 50 years later, I’m in two book clubs, and I read every day, so I guess it still is a favorite…but crafting ties it!

  • 431
    Sharon Jaeger says:

    I loved history and had the best teachers who brought the past to life…and today I am a history professor…so yes indeed it does still inspire me!

  • 432

    I loved biology and anatomy & physiology. I work in healthcare so I continue to use my knowledge on a daily basis.

  • 433
    Mimi r says:

    My favorite class was French!

  • 434
    Sandy Warren says:

    My favorite class was bookkeeping. I still like typing and doing that type of work.

  • 435
    Pam Young says:

    My favorite subject was reading!! Spelling went right along with that! I’m still an avid reader today!! Great release PTI!!

  • 436
    Erika t says:

    My love of art began in the 7th grade because our teacher was THE most handsome football coach!!! Lol lots of infatuated girls in my class. Lol yep still love art and crating cards.

  • 437
    ShirleyRea says:

    I enjoyed any kind of creativity and do to this day.

  • 438
    Diana Yockey says:

    Science and History and Home Economics!!

  • 439
    Vicki Finger says:

    My favorite subject was and continues to be History. In the 10th grade, I got this fantastic teacher who made it come alive and it has been a strong love affair since then.

  • 440
    Cheryl I says:

    I loved American history so much and still do. I was especially interested in the history of the Oregon Trail since I live in the area where the trail ended. I understand while people wanted to come here, it is lovely.

  • 441
    Jayell says:

    My favourite subject was English and I still love to read

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    Cassie says:

    My favorite subject in school was English. I think I liked it best because of the teachers who taught it. They encouraged me to become a critical thinker.

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    Kathy Groff says:

    I loved so many of my school subjects, reading and math, others. I didn’t much like phys. ed., or music because I wasn’t very good, my art teacher didn’t much like my things either. I became an El Ed teacher so I could teach all the subjects!

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    Eileen L. says:

    My favorite subjects in school were Spelling Bees, Math and cooking. Now it is crafting.

  • 445
    Vickie R. says:

    In the younger grades I always loved when we got to make craft projects, then I loved art classes later. I still love art and creating the best!

  • 446

    English was my favorite . . . and I then taught it for 18 years! The world of books is a world unto itself . . . if you can read, you have “everything”!!

  • 447
    Jennifer L. says:

    My favorite subjects were art and spelling in elementary school. Those got replaced by math and Spanish in high school. I still use them all today.

  • 448
    María Alba Negrón says:

    My favorite subject was Spanish, that is my main language and I love it because it is a romantic, poetic and sublime language! Since I speak it always I still love it and defend it with all my heart!

  • 449
    Beth Stiver says:

    I was always good at spelling and English, the other subjects not so much!

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    Though at times I had a love-hate relationship with it, I think Math was my favorite subject in high school. And I do still like it, since I homeschool my three kids, I get to use and explain it a lot.

  • 451
    Lori Hefner says:

    My favorite subject was and is History. I enjoy understanding why and how things were done in the past.

  • 452
    Teddra says:

    My favorite subject was social studies- Geography, History, World History. Still my favorite and most likely the inspiration for my current travel bug.

  • 453
    Josiane says:

    My favorite subject was math. I ended up majoring math in college, got a MBA in finance, and have been a financial analyst ever since I started working.

  • 454
    Rubeena Ianigro says:

    I loved math!! No I hate it now lol

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    Laraine R says:

    Fabulous release! Math was my favorite! Algebra I, Algebra 2, Geometry straight A’s! I used to tutor people in math!

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    Jo Ann Mooney says:

    My very favorite subject in school was English. I loved the grammar portion of diagramming sentences, breaking words into syllables and spelling. I also enjoyed learning math and fractions. To this day, I use fractions daily in my crafts of card making and quilting. Thank you PTI for such a great release!

  • 457
    Ruth says:

    My favorite subject was math, but more specifically, math word problems. I loved to figure them out. I still enjoy it today when I help my kids with their homework.

  • 458
    Chris K says:

    I always enjoyed Math and the Sciences, Algebra, Geometry, Biology and Chemistry but my favorite class was Anatomy and Physiology. I am currently working in the medical field and use my A & P knowledge daily.

  • 459
    Lisa Dolson says:

    Math was a favorite, but Mechanical Drawing was a close second. I ended up using parts of both in my career, and still love how I use them.

  • 460
    Keysha Sain says:

    My favorite subject was math, and, yes, it still is!

  • 461
    Mary says:

    My favorite subject was music and today I’m a professional musician…so I still like it!

  • 462
    Anita George says:

    English, Art, Music and Science. Couldn’t pick one!

  • 463
    Lesa Wolfe says:

    I loved photography! The dark room was so much fun, they probably don’t need one of those anymore!

  • 464
    Betty Sue says:

    My favorite subject was English! Sure would like to win!

  • 465
    syeda says:

    My favorite subject was science mostly biology and chemistry. I went on to get a bachelors in biology.

  • 466
    Sharron A. says:

    My favorite subject in school was Math. Finding different ways to solve a problem was always intriguing for me. My first job out of college was teaching 6th grade math and I loved it!!!

  • 467
    Jenny Hall says:

    My favorite subject in school was science and English! I Loved doing science experiments and I constantly see English needing correcting LOL

  • 468
    Jill A says:

    My favorite subject was science and math!!! Was going to say art class—LOL!!!!

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    Malyssa Mills says:

    My favorite subject in school was English. My mom gave me the love of reading and spelling from the time I was born. I never went anywhere without a book whether it was Winnie the Pooh when I was a baby or whatever book I’m reading now. A book is always within my reach!

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    Carolyn J says:

    Music was my favorite subject…every free hour was spent in the band room.

  • 471
    Deborah Rikard says:

    My favorite subject was science, especially anything to do with biology!

  • 472
    audrey says:

    favorite subject – math
    still favorite – not really.

  • 473
    Heather says:

    Math was my favorite – I still enjoy it!

  • 474
    Talitha Wright says:

    My favorite subject was English, particularly the grammar portion. I still like focusing on grammar and find myself correcting e-mail, newspapers and just about anything else written.

  • 475
    Ausra Bicknell says:

    My favorite subject was English and I still have a love of books.

  • 476
    Jan says:

    Math has always been been my favorite. My dad, as a salesman, got me thinking he n my head, not always on paper.

  • 477
    Jan says:

    Math has always been been my favorite. My dad, as a salesman, got me thinking in my head, not always on paper.

  • 478
    Janelle H. says:

    English. Still love it. Word studies: where did it come from, what does it really mean? I’m the Grammar Police of my Facebook friends.

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    Avonlea says:

    Math, music, chemistry and English lit were my favourite subjects! And I still love all four of those subjects 🙂

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    Shelly Kettell says:

    My favorite classes were my sewing and design classes. Loved being creative and still use the skills today!

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    Kathy J in Ellicott City says:

    Math was my favorite subject in school!

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    RobiW says:

    My favorite subject was English. I loved reading, I loved writing, and I’ve been lucky enough to make writing my career. I still love it!

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