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Win 20 Clear Storage Cases on www.amazingpapergrace.com ends 7/29/13
Yes, I’m offering
20 Clear Storage cases for dies for free, to a winner who will be chosen by comment number with Random.org.  I hope you’ll leave me some candid feedback.  I’m soul searching! The backside of my blog is being rearranged and redone and in the midst of all the renovation I decided to take the many reader suggestions I get, to heart.  To make sure I’m headed the right way, I simply need to ask a couple of questions.  Here’s what I’m working on… This past April I started an overhaul of my blog.  With luck, in the next week or so I’ll be able to take down the ‘coming soon’ sign.  You’ll come to a place that’s a little bit easier to maneuver around, it will be much more search friendly and I hope that I’ll be able to find the things you ask me for.   This kind of change comes hard for me, but it’s time.

It all started so innocently; I was months into the redo then I had to write a pretty detailed bio back in June (someone will ask, you can read it HERE).  I had to dig deep and talk about what I do and more importantly why.  So many things have changed over the years but haven’t changed on my blog; I was immersed in introspection.  Before I knew it, I was standing in front of the mirror asking myself,  What are my goals?  What do my readers want?  Am I being authentic?   I lifted the lid of the box to reach in and get one teensy-weensy little thing and Pandora literally jumped out.  I’ve looked myself up and down, inside and out and the questions continued.  Am I honoring my legacy, my personality, the people who stop by to share, my need to give back?  The past couple of months have been enlightening – my truth is that I’m growing and now my blog needs to catch up.  I discovered that to do this day in, day out, I want to be a little bit more involved with my readers, I need to have fun – and if you come here repeatedly, it needs to be fun for you too!!

No worries, I’m not going anywhere, here’s what that I’ll be leading with:
• The site will be much easier to search!
• I will finally, finally have galleries after two and half years of ‘coming soon’!
• My most popular cards will eventually have downloadable instructions!
• I’ll be sharing some of my favorite digital cut designs that I have designed!
• A surprise in the coming months, requested by many, many readers!
• A commitment to help you make the beautiful things I know you can make!
• License to start again on anything that’s not working!

Here’s where you come in – I value what you think!  Reader request is what is driving the majority of the changes I’m making.  I’m going to ask five simple to answer, no-brainer type questions. You can leave any comment you like to enter into the drawing but it would be very helpful if you could leave a comment answering all five of those short questions.  The drawing starts now and ends on Monday, July 29th at Midnight CST.  I’ll announce a winner on my blog on Tuesday, July 30th, 2013.  No purchase is necessary; there is one prize and it will be sent to 1 winner selected by comment number (using random.org) from the comments left on this post.  Once announced, the reader has 48 hours to claim their winnings by sending their mailing address in the form that can be found by clicking on my Contact tab.  You can enter once a day until the end of the drawing – on return visits no need to answer the five questions again, feel free throw in things you’d love to see here.  

Here are the questions:

  1. Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn?
  2. How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely?
  3. Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting?
  4. Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting?
  5. What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace?

Your comment might look like this:  1. Learn 2. rarely 3. no 4. yes 5. More Tutorials

That’s it, easy peasy!!  In the meantime I do have lots of projects coming!!  Now that CHA is almost over, I can share them here!!

In the spirit of full disclosure, I wanted to let you know that the clear cases and shipping were purchased by me because I’m a very happy customer of Tapeonline.com and wholeheartedly recommend them.  As a result, I’ve linked to reviews on this item and their customer service so that you can judge for yourself.  The prize is 20 empty clear dvd sized cases and the shipping to get them to you, open internationally.



  • Bridget Larsen AustraliaJuly 24, 2013 - 11:02 pm

    1. Learn and see
    2. I dont care what I see, I just love seeing your work, be it complicated or simple
    3. yes
    4. yes
    5. Everything you would like to do and have time to do, tutorials would be awesome but please dont overstress yourself, we will still be here following you to the ends of the earth, thats my excuse and I’m sticking to it Lol
    You are doing a wonderful job.

  • Margaret ElcichJuly 24, 2013 - 11:12 pm

    1. I love to see your work and also to learn

    2. I like all style of cards but prefer embellishments and layers

    3. no, I am electronically challenged so don’t know much about digital stuff.

    4. no, same as above. I enjoy shopping for papers and the feel of paper.

    5. I like to see tutorials, pictures, links to similar sites.ReplyCancel

  • Ann cJuly 24, 2013 - 11:13 pm

    To be inspired
    Rarely…….I can get those almost anywhere. I love that your detailed cards inspire me to do greater things
    Love the tutorials like what you do with the dies to make different projectsReplyCancel

  • AnnaJuly 24, 2013 - 11:13 pm

    1. Both
    2. As much as any card
    3 No
    4. No
    5. TutorialsReplyCancel

  • Stephanie WJuly 24, 2013 - 11:15 pm

    1. Learn & See – I’m in awe of your beautiful work and learn so many things along the way
    2. Rarely – I love all your layers.
    3. No because of printing ink costs
    4. No because I don’t have a way to use them.
    5. More of your instructions on how you did what you did. :) I really like the addition of the layers summary. SOOO helpful. I love your tutorials and the way you combine dies.ReplyCancel

  • annJuly 24, 2013 - 11:18 pm

    1 learn and see
    2 anything you do is wonderful but a mix is nice
    3 am not a fan of digital paper
    4 I love digital cut files
    5 I love the tutorials. I always learn something from you about technique.

    I am so glad you are bringing back some of your older cards with directions and tutorials. Thank you for making your site more user friendly. That will help a lot. I love love everything you do.ReplyCancel

  • Marilyn in E-TownJuly 24, 2013 - 11:19 pm

    1. Both
    2. What ever you make is pleasing to my eyes and talents
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. Tutorials, links to supplies used, and always your beautiful cards!ReplyCancel

  • vicki dutcherJuly 24, 2013 - 11:20 pm

    How fun – I love giving my opinion :) lol

    1. See 2. As much as any other card 3. Yes 4. sometimes
    5. Your continued fabulous creations — I have cased your layouts a few times

    Looking forward to your gallery finally being completed! I have clicked a few times and am always disappointed its not up and running yet…ReplyCancel

  • Eunice BJuly 24, 2013 - 11:20 pm

    1. I come for the inspiration, the beauty of your cards, and to learn some of the beautiful techniques you teach.
    2.I like the intricate work you do, but at times I like to see something simple.
    3.& 4 yes
    5. More techniques and videos.ReplyCancel

  • GerryJuly 24, 2013 - 11:21 pm

    I come to your blog to learn and to see what beautiful things you are doing.
    I would like to see simple cards as well as the more complex cards.
    I do like to use downloadable paper.
    I do not have the means to use downloadable die cuts, I only have a Cricut and Big Shot.
    I love being able to see your tutorials.
    Your creativity provides so much inspiration. I love to “wallow” in your beautiful creations.ReplyCancel

  • Rose MHJuly 24, 2013 - 11:22 pm

    1. Both
    2. Equally
    3. No
    4. Yes
    5. I like your tutorials when you introduce a new techniqueReplyCancel

  • Dorina DJuly 24, 2013 - 11:24 pm

    1. Both. Love seeing your work, but also like to learn techniques.
    2. I like both, sometimes the more intricate a card is, the more intimidating it is to make one. But your cards are so amazing, I love looking.
    3, Do not do digital at this time
    4. No, as I have no way to utilize them
    5. Love to have instructions – the more the merrier. Helps in making the process less intimidating. Love tutorials that showing combing dies and mixing dies and stamps to show what we can do with the dies we have.ReplyCancel

  • HettieJuly 24, 2013 - 11:24 pm

    1. Learn
    2. I like seeing all of your cards & projects
    3. yes
    4. yes
    5. More tutorials and tipsReplyCancel

  • Ms LIndaJuly 24, 2013 - 11:24 pm

    1. Learn, see, enjoy, inspiration, color coordination, die changes
    2. Rarely….your cards inspire me to come out of the box with layers and overlays
    4 maybe…need tutorial on usage or educate if special programs are needed
    5.more tutorials, links, dies, inks

    Always await your designs, do not copy but love to challenge myself to change colors, layout, etc.ReplyCancel

  • Robin LoiselleJuly 24, 2013 - 11:27 pm

    1. both
    2. happy to see anything you do
    3. yes
    4. don’t have one
    5. I am in awe of everything you do. You have such creativity! I so enjoy your blog and appreciate the time you take to create and post. Would you ever consider posting about basic Spellbinders dies you would recommend that are the most multi-purpose? I would love to own every single one you showcase but can’t afford to do that.ReplyCancel

  • Jean E.July 24, 2013 - 11:27 pm

    1- see & learn
    2- rarely
    3- yes, some digital papers are gorgeous!
    4- no
    5- your ideas
    Your creativity (unique ideas for cards) makes your blog. Please yourself. It’s your creative world, and I love visiting it. Thank you.ReplyCancel

  • Donna DoyleJuly 24, 2013 - 11:27 pm

    1. Both
    2. As much as others
    3. Yes – just haven’t tried it yet but what you have shown looks great
    4. Yes – if it isn’t too difficult and expensive
    5. Just more of the beautiful work you do and list of what you used with special directions when something new.ReplyCancel

  • Diane MinerJuly 24, 2013 - 11:27 pm

    1. Both but most to learn 2. As much as any other card 3. No
    4. Occasionally to rarely. 5. More instructions and tutorials.
    Your cards are so very beautiful that at times I am too timid to try them yet I know I could make them with a bit of instruction. It would mean so much to many of the shut ins and church people that I send them to or make them for.ReplyCancel

  • D. IdletJuly 24, 2013 - 11:28 pm

    1. Love to learn, but also love to see your creations!
    2. Both simple and detailed, I like to do both.
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. Love tutorials and videos

    Love your creations!ReplyCancel

  • NeeseyJuly 24, 2013 - 11:29 pm

    1. I come for both
    2. I like to see C and S cards often. I add from there.
    3. No on the digital .
    4. Would not know what to do with a cut file!
    5. I love videos. I learn by seeing in action.

    Thanx for all your inspiration …and a chance to win.ReplyCancel

  • Pam JacobsonJuly 24, 2013 - 11:30 pm

    1. BOTH!
    2. I like both simple and fancy/layered equally.
    3. I like the digital papers you’ve used- and purchased most of them
    because your cards are so beautiful, but prefer not to buy more.
    4. No to cut files because I don’t have ability(equipment) to use them.
    5. All your beautiful cards, instructions and more video tutorials!ReplyCancel

  • Michele KosyjanaJuly 24, 2013 - 11:31 pm

    1. Learn
    2. rarely, I love the many layers
    3. no
    4. yes
    5. More Tutorials and links to supplies usedReplyCancel

  • ElaineJuly 24, 2013 - 11:31 pm

    1. Both but lean more toward learning
    2. Rarely
    3. Not really
    4. No
    5. Definitely tutorials, I’ve learnt quite a lot from some of yours…great inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • Jackie SmithJuly 24, 2013 - 11:32 pm

    1. to learn new techniques but also to see your lovely work.
    2. I love to see more intricate cards, I don’t like simple cards the more the better.
    3. yes I do some digital
    4. no I don’t do digital cut files, don’t have a machine, pdfs I would do
    5. I would love to some more complex tutorials involving punches, dies or some really neat feat that helps with organization! I love your blog and keep up the fabulous cards. Or maybe how you to do video tutorials?ReplyCancel

  • Kathy TalleyJuly 24, 2013 - 11:32 pm

    I love your site and have for a long time. You create the things I dream of making! I am learning and creating!

    1. Learn, and yes, I learn so much by studying your cards!
    2. rarely, well I should like more simple cards as I struggle to simplify mine…. but I love all the stuff on them.
    3. no.. only because I have enough paper for 500 crafters and don’t dare learn to make more….
    4. yes I love digi cut files and use them
    5. More Tutorials… Love them

    Thank you for all you do for the rest of us!ReplyCancel

  • Linda FitzgeraldJuly 24, 2013 - 11:32 pm

    I love all your cards and techniques. I visit daily to find out what amazing creation you have done with the Spellbinder dies, I think most of my purchases have been influenced by the way you have used them!
    I am not very fond of digital papers etc, for the printing costs, purchasing card or paper that it will print nicely on, when it is just as easy to buy pre-printed papers of amazing quality, look and feel for the same price. I am so pleased that you have added your layer instructions with each card project now, I felt so lucky when I found the Spellbinders gates dies you used in your last card! Even if I don’t make my card the same, you have inspirted me to try using it a different way, eg sideways instead of horizontal. Looking forward to seeing your gallery soon, everything will be in the one place. One of my most treasured possessions is a Becca Original card I received for being among the first customers to buy your Peg Bow Maker! Many thanks for your inspiration and guidance.ReplyCancel

  • Linda FitzgeraldJuly 24, 2013 - 11:34 pm

    Sorry! Inspired, not inspirted lol
    Linda (Australia)ReplyCancel

  • Mary GuikemaJuly 24, 2013 - 11:35 pm

    1. learn
    2. You are one of the best people at creating fab multi layered cards. I come to your blog for those so I would say rarely.
    3. No
    4. I don’t have a machine to cut digital files with – yet!
    5. I love your indepth tutorials. I always learn new things from your tutorials.ReplyCancel

  • RuthieJuly 24, 2013 - 11:35 pm

    1) The truth? I come here to steal (oops. I mean ADAPT) your wonderful ideas (not to publish. Just personal use)
    2) Occasionally
    3) Yeah, I guess so
    4) Nope
    5) More of the same:)

    Thanks for taking our input into consideration and for your inspiration:)ReplyCancel

  • Lynne GJuly 24, 2013 - 11:36 pm

    Dear Becca,
    How does one improve on perfection? I am absolutely inspired by everything you do!ReplyCancel

  • BeckiJuly 24, 2013 - 11:36 pm

    2. I do more simple well designed cards
    3. Maybe
    5. Love the tutorials if its complicated and the links to equipment used.ReplyCancel

  • Rebekka KJuly 24, 2013 - 11:36 pm

    1. learn
    2. I love both,
    3. NO,
    4. NO,
    5. I love when your video tutorials.. I have learned so much from them.ReplyCancel

  • Katherine LeeJuly 24, 2013 - 11:37 pm

    I love to see your cards. They are amazing. But I have also enjoyed the descriptions of how you put them all together. Because of your examples I’ve done a lot more layering. I actually get really excited when I have an email telling me you have a new card. I would love to see more!
    It doesn’t matter to me how involved the cards are. Simpler ones would be wonderful too! I would love it!
    The digital papers you use are wonderful. I love them. It’s faster to purchase and download digital than to get an order through the mail. Cut files would be nice but I don’t have a cutter that would work. (Yet);
    It would be great if you could have a kit like the ones you did last September through February…maybe one every six months…but I don’t know if that is possible…truly I understand stress and deadlines and I don’t want you to be pressured. I like the tutorials very much and think you are very generous to share with us all. Thanks for all your help and instructions.ReplyCancel

  • Lorraine GJuly 24, 2013 - 11:38 pm

    1. Both, love your inspiration.
    2. About 50% of the time I like simple.
    3. No.
    4. Not sure what this is.
    5. More tutorials and tips.ReplyCancel

  • Teresa LuckJuly 24, 2013 - 11:38 pm

    1. both
    2. I always expect to see pretty wow cards
    3. yes
    4. yes
    5. More video tutorials

    Can’t wait to see your makeover.
    Keep up the great work.ReplyCancel

  • Pat HarveyJuly 24, 2013 - 11:38 pm

    1. To see and learn,,,everything you do is amazing!
    2. Often
    3. No
    4. No
    5, Ideas and Tutorials using Video’s,ReplyCancel

  • Bridget WJuly 24, 2013 - 11:38 pm

    1. See
    2. Often
    3. No, its too costly for ink
    4. Yes
    5. More “how-to’s”

    Love your cards & all the layers but it intimidates me to attempt them. Step by step instructions with pictures would give me the help I need to try to duplicate them.ReplyCancel

  • LageneJuly 24, 2013 - 11:38 pm

    1. Learn 2. Rarely (I love your intricately detailed cards) 3. Yes 4. What are they? 5. More wonderful tutorials!ReplyCancel

  • Julia MJuly 24, 2013 - 11:38 pm

    1.Both….I always look forward to seeing your beautiful creations, plus I love that you give the layers.
    2. Love all the layers you use
    3.Yes….because of you I have begun to look at digital papers
    4.Yes….I’ll need a tutorial first
    5, Love everything you do here. Don’t change a thing. Your videos are awesome.
    I’m so excited to see what you have in store for us on your blog. You truly are an inspiration to us all.ReplyCancel

  • Jackie MurphyJuly 24, 2013 - 11:38 pm

    Becca, I love your cards. I take parts that I can use that aren’t too complicated. I would love to see some less complicated cards that I can make. I still want to see your cards that are so beautiful.
    I am just getting into digital and would love to know more. I love your Becca Bits!! Keep them coming!!
    Hugs, JackieReplyCancel

  • Carol FrechetteJuly 24, 2013 - 11:41 pm

    1) Love to learn new things and see your amazing creations.
    2) Would deeply appreciate more minimal cards, as I can’t afford the vast
    amount of Spellbinders used on most cards, but have many of them.
    3) Yes, web produced beauty would be a great resource too.
    4) I have an eclips but it’s too difficult for me thus far to figure out how to
    cut SVG files. The cartridges are easy to understand though costly.
    5) Would love to see humor and fun cards too.

    Thanks for beauty and creativity!ReplyCancel

  • Sue MJuly 24, 2013 - 11:42 pm

    1. Definitly both 2. I like to see both, the simple for when I am in a hurry and beautiful complicated when I want something really nice. 3. I am just learning, if you mean digital in those machines that cut out designs etc. I just don’t have time to figure them out. I use the Spellbinders that you use so much. 4. If it has to have a machine, no. 5. More of what I have been seeing! I am always thrilled when I see there is something from you. Very rarely do I see a card that I say, I don’t think I would ever make that one.ReplyCancel

  • Julie F.July 24, 2013 - 11:43 pm

    1. both
    2. I love simple and elegant, but come to your site to see and learn how to make my cards with more depth.
    3. no
    4. no (don’t know what digi cut files are)
    5. tutorials with printing abilities so to refer back to themReplyCancel

  • Mary Lynn KingryJuly 24, 2013 - 11:43 pm

    1.see and learn
    2. Not too often
    3. No
    4. Rarely
    5. LOVE tutorialsReplyCancel

  • fiore garridoJuly 24, 2013 - 11:44 pm

    1 both
    2 i always see your cards love it
    3 yes
    4 yes
    5 more tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Betty BellinoJuly 24, 2013 - 11:45 pm

    l. Both
    2. I love all of your cards…simple and otherwise.
    3. yes
    4. yes
    5. TutorialsReplyCancel

  • DianeJuly 24, 2013 - 11:45 pm

    1) LOVE to look at your cards, but don’t think I could ever make such fancy cards! But…I get inspiration from seeing your lovely creations!
    2)would like to see both types
    3) no
    4) no
    5) would love tutorials
    You are one amazing lady! I LOVE your creations!ReplyCancel

  • Hilda ShawJuly 24, 2013 - 11:45 pm

    1 Like to learn but also just to look at your lovely creations

    2. Like the easier cards.

    3. No

    4 No

    5 Love the tutorials but also your lovely words and your inspiration to peopleReplyCancel

  • KathyJuly 24, 2013 - 11:46 pm

    1. Look and learn.
    2. Often. You’re cards are beautiful, but I am a simple girl.
    3. No
    4. I might if I knew how.
    5. Love printable tutorials.
    Thanks for your beautiful wonderful talents!ReplyCancel

  • DietlindJuly 24, 2013 - 11:46 pm

    1. Both. Love the way you use your tools ‘outside the box’
    2. As much as any other.
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. Tutorials please.ReplyCancel

  • Shirley L.July 24, 2013 - 11:48 pm

    1. both
    2. less complicated cards. I love your cards but don’t have the time to make
    such detailed masterpieces as your cards.
    3. no
    4. no
    5. love your tutorials and your calm voice which is so soothing and makes
    me feel I can do the things your do. :0) I have learned a lot from your
    beautiful cards and your techniques are awesome. Still have my ribbon
    organized on the cards and find it easy to use. Thanks for asking for our
    input about your blog. Still love visiting it every time you post something
    with my coffee in the morning. You are one talented lady.ReplyCancel

  • pamJuly 24, 2013 - 11:50 pm

    Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn? mostly to see.

    How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely?Would like to see ones that don’t cost an arm and a leg to mail and that don’t require all those Spellbinder dies..Love them but can not afford to buy all you use.

    Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting?No..sorry but a purist I like it to be stamped

    Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting?Do not have a machine that I could use those on.

    What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace?More cards geared to men or boys.ReplyCancel

  • Cindy MJuly 24, 2013 - 11:50 pm

    1. See, learn, be inspired, gape in amazement
    2. I like to see all types of cards. I love your ornate beauties as wello as those with lots of white space.
    3. I like paper. Not so much a fan of digital papers – mostly because I don’t have a great printer…
    4. I pretty much use digital cut files always. I have 1 set of Spellbinders and have used them once.
    5. If anything, more technique tutorials.
    Thank you for sharing your talent!ReplyCancel

  • Juanita BraunJuly 24, 2013 - 11:51 pm

    1. See and learn
    2. All kinds
    5.more tutorials
    All of your cards are beautiful and thank you so much for sharing them with us.ReplyCancel

  • PatMJuly 24, 2013 - 11:51 pm

    1. See and learn…..I’m AWED with every visit!
    2. As much as any cards
    3. No
    4. Maybe
    5. More video/step-by-step tutorials and lists of supplies

    I love your creative talents. Your blog was my first intro to cardmaking…what an inspiration!ReplyCancel

  • Carol FrechetteJuly 24, 2013 - 11:51 pm

    I love Becca’s Bow Maker and the detailed video!ReplyCancel

  • dolores from NMJuly 24, 2013 - 11:52 pm

    1. learn
    2.Like both
    5.Love your videos and tutorials

    Your work is amazing and inspirational.
    Thank YouReplyCancel

  • Penny ReedJuly 24, 2013 - 11:52 pm

    1. Both
    2. As much as other cards
    3. Yes, definitely!
    4. Longing to own a digital cut machine so yes
    5. More tutorials, more of you!

    You are just awesome!ReplyCancel

  • jamie schnirchJuly 24, 2013 - 11:54 pm

    1. Both
    2. Rarely – I make simple cards, I come to see your lovely layered cards hoping I can make some as nice!
    3. No – don’t like to print out things. I waste enough paper with the digi files! LOL
    4. Yes – I have 4 different digital cutters and love cutting files – svg please
    5. Printable tutorials pleaseReplyCancel

  • DebraJuly 24, 2013 - 11:54 pm

    1. Both to learn and see
    2. Not looking for simple one layer cards. You do elaborate multi level cards so professionally! They are always a treat!
    3. No, not excited by digital paper.
    4. Yes I would use digital cut files
    5. I’d love to see tutorials here and cards and 3D items you make, especially for special occasions. Enjoy your videos too, as you give all the details.ReplyCancel

  • RhondaJuly 24, 2013 - 11:54 pm

    #1—I visit the blog to learn
    #5–Instructions for the cards


  • JANIS LITYNSKYJuly 24, 2013 - 11:55 pm

    1.Learning keeps me going… I love to see what your hands are whipping up…
    2.There is always a place for simplicity….
    3.Yes in the future I am purchasing a 12×12 printer.
    4.Yes.. But i have a Cricut and can not use this any more.. or unless some
    very talented Person (no name in mind) hahhah could find a cheap way of
    to use cut file. I would in a heart beat…
    5.Tutorials would be great with printout instructions. Letting us use your ideas
    for classes.. willing to pay a small fee.
    Getting the most of your tools.
    3D items..
    I could continue forever…
    Becca whatever you decide to do will be Supper. It is always win, win for us
    Thanks so much…ReplyCancel

  • Sally-AnnJuly 24, 2013 - 11:56 pm

    1. Learn, get a different perspective on using dies I have.
    2. I like the simple layouts as they provide some variety to the ones with many layers.
    3. Yes – although would love help on getting better colours on my prints
    4. No – I don’t have a machine to do this.
    5. More video Tutorials … pleeeeeeze!

    REALLY looking forward to the make-over … Thanks for doing this Becca!ReplyCancel

  • karenladdJuly 24, 2013 - 11:57 pm

    1. Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn? – Both
    2. I like to see a mix of styles. Both simple and ornate.
    3. not really, as my printer isn’t very good. I always prefer regular printed papers and real stamps.
    4. I don’t own a computerized die cut machine that can use them, so no.
    5. I love seeing video tutorials because I sometimes have trouble understanding written instructions for a technique. I also love reading product reviews from real crafters like yourself. In addition, would love hearing how you create!
    Thanks for the way you always inspire us with your beautiful designs and projects!ReplyCancel

  • LauraJuly 24, 2013 - 11:58 pm

    1. To learn, be inspired and enjoy your talents.
    2. Rarely, I love that your card are like nothing I have ever seen before!
    3. Yes
    4. Yes, but I’d need to buy the equipment to follow along.
    5. I love that you show me ways to use paper/dies/inks etc that I’d never thought of before. The way you turn paper into a piece of art is just amazing! One thing I’d like to learn more about is stamping – I can never get my stamps to look as great as yours!ReplyCancel

  • Joni StonekingJuly 25, 2013 - 12:01 am

    1. Both – I’m always looking for ideas and new techniques.
    2. About equally – sometimes I need a nudge to do more layers, but much of the time, I’m pretty good about layers. I like clean and simple, too.
    3. No. Can’t afford the ink to do it often, and I like the hunt/feel for paper – texture, hand, etc.
    4. I don’t have a machine that will do svg yet – but I’m working on it! Eventually I might like this. Do love my dies, though…
    5. Like many, I like the tutorials! I’m relatively new to the blog – so this part may not be truly representative – I’d like more variety in your style.ReplyCancel

  • Diana DJuly 25, 2013 - 12:02 am

    1. I come to Amazing Paper Grace to see the beautiful cards and to learn how to make them. I am always looking for unique ways to put my Spellbinders together, and you do it with such ease.
    2. How about NEVER is it simple! Simple layers yes, but not a simple looking card.
    3. I am clueless in the digi world, and have actually left some blogs when they went to the ‘dark side’.
    4. Not sure what it is. Would it involve the purchase of a machine other than the Cricut? I love dies, but also want the stamp to fill in the image.
    5. I would love to see ‘maps’ of your Spellbinders layers. See #1.
    I love your blog and my daily visit. Your tutorials are the best. You show a ton of patience and give such clear instructions. I’m looking forward to seeing your CHA inspiration and the reasons why all these dies have to come live in my craft room! Hugs, DianaReplyCancel

  • MarleneJuly 25, 2013 - 12:04 am

    1. Both
    2. Rarely
    3. No
    4. No
    5. More video tutorialsReplyCancel

  • JockJuly 25, 2013 - 12:06 am

    1 – Both
    2 – Rarely, like your multi layer cards
    3 – No
    4 – No
    6 – More of your amazing Tutorial’s, please.ReplyCancel

  • ChelseaJuly 25, 2013 - 12:07 am

    1) To see and to learn and be inspired. (I also love your beautiful, gentle, nurturing spirit. You are so refreshing!!)
    2) Rarely. I love your layers and creative use of paper crafting tools for things other than they were intended. CAS is all over the place and easy for me to figure out on my own. Complex, intricate art is more challenging for me and I appreciate your guidance and inspiration.
    3) Yes
    4) Yes
    I don’t want to make digital cards or scrapbook pages, but I do like using digital paper that I print and images I cut out as elements in my cards – layers!! I LOVE how you use the digital papers layered in your art.
    5) a. Continue showing us how to use our dies in lots of different and unusual ways.
    b. Is there a way to have fabulous feminine cards without bows?
    c. More use of stamping and ink would be fun. I’d love to see what you’d do with that.ReplyCancel

  • SandiJuly 25, 2013 - 12:07 am

    1. Both – I like to see what you have done, learn techniques and then use the info in cards classes I teach.
    2. Since I am teaching to 20 people I often need minimal designs or the cost would be astronomical.
    3. Digital papers are great when creating cards. Have visited sites you recommend.
    4. Don’t use digital cuts – but love dies.
    5. Love your blog as it is now. Reorganization to make cards easier to find is a great idea. Looking forward to instructions too.ReplyCancel

  • Cathi H.July 25, 2013 - 12:08 am

    1. Learn and see.
    2. I actually like both. I use the simpler ones for inspiration and the more difficult ornate ones as something to strive to.
    3. Absolutely. I have purchased many from the easy store you get yours. More tutorials on how to change the size would be great.
    4. I’m not sure. I don’t have one of those machines so I don’t really know the possibilities.
    5. Video tutorials are so helpful. I watch a paper crafting video every night before bed to put my mind on beautiful creations before I sleep. Seeing and hearing you describe something I can think about creating the following day is a great way to end the day!ReplyCancel

  • Valerie MartinJuly 25, 2013 - 12:08 am

    See and Learn
    I would like to see more simple (the I can do) projects
    My printer is old and ink is TOO expensive
    I am very old school and computer challenged, I am totally turned off with computer stuff.
    I love tutorials and videos! ;)
    Thanks for always being a great source of inspiration! ;)

  • Marzee CarnesJuly 25, 2013 - 12:08 am

    1. I come to both see and learn
    2. I love all your cards, but can see single layer, simple cards anywhere. I can spot a “Becca Card” a mile, and love that. I am always amazed at your work.
    3.I love digital papers, and
    4. I LOVE my digital cutting machine, just please share SVGs, not just silhouette files!
    5. I will love anything you share, but do hope for more videos and tutorials!

    As always, I am in awe of your talent, and can’t wait to see more!ReplyCancel

  • MaritzaJuly 25, 2013 - 12:10 am

    1.I love to come to Amazing Paper Grace to learn and to see. All your cards are beautiful and very creatives.
    2.Rarely. I love your cards that make me think, how you make it, and how it complicate it looks and is so simple to make when you explain to us.
    3. Yes, I am open to use digital paper.
    4. No, I don’t have the machine and the knowledge to do digital cuts.
    5. More tutorial. Your tutorials are very clear and easy when you detail it step by step. You always make me happy with your cards and tutorials.
    Thanks BeccaReplyCancel

  • MelindaJuly 25, 2013 - 12:11 am

    Becca, I come for both. I love to see what you have created, you are inspiring! I love your layered cards, cut out cards and simple cards. I am not interested in digital paper, but I do have a Cameo so would use the cut files. (That is if I can ever get the thing to work right! I have replaced blades, mats and am now practically bald!) Tutorials, how to make your own cut files, city college to university levels would be great!
    Thanks, B, for all the time you put into your site. I know from experience how hard it is to try and keep up a website. Must be in the stars because I am thinking of dumping all my work and starting from scratch! ;)
    Be well, my friend,

  • Pam KellyJuly 25, 2013 - 12:12 am

    1. To see your exquisite creations – but I know I’ll end up learning something every time. :-)
    2. not too often I guess I’m a fussy crafter. I appreciate the elegance and clean look of simplicity; but I know those are the cards I won’t wind up making.
    3. Yes
    4. I don’t own a Silhouette, darn it! But I have TONS of Spellbinders dies. They are my absolute favorite tool to design with.
    5. I’d love to see more cards using the stamps and dies from your APG Club kits.ReplyCancel

  • SVETLANAJuly 25, 2013 - 12:12 am

    1.Uvidet beauty and learn
    2.Mne love all your cards
    3.4. Yes
    5.Video and photo books
    Thank you very much for the beauty!ReplyCancel

  • croppinmamaJuly 25, 2013 - 12:15 am

    Thanks for asking for your readers’ feedback, and your interest/willingness to take the time to renovate your blog.
    1. Both
    2. Often, but I do admire your fancy, multi-layered cards even though I don’t own enough dies (yet) to try that out.
    3. Yes,
    4. Yes.
    5 More video tutorials would be awesome and your Gallery which is in the works!ReplyCancel

  • AmandaJuly 25, 2013 - 12:16 am

    1. To learn and for inspiration.
    2. Rarely
    3. I havent used them yet but I like to try different things so I’m open
    4. I love my digital machine. I have been able to personalise my card designs and it helps to keep them unique!
    5. Your blog is my favorite! I always learn something or get re-inspired. And I tell my friends and new crafters to check it out!

    Thank you for sharing your beautiful card, ideas and time!

    Good luck with the re-design!ReplyCancel

  • CarmenJuly 25, 2013 - 12:17 am

    1. To be amazed and to learn

    2. Love all your cards…..even the simple ones are never “simple” and your layered cards are definitely breathtaking and give cardmaking a whole new meaning.


    4. If I owned the equipment I would definitely give it a go

    5. More tutorials would be great but I absolutely LOVE everything that you do on here. You are an inspiration to all who visit your blog. Please keep the cards coming.ReplyCancel

  • Maxine DJuly 25, 2013 - 12:20 am

    Oh Becca what a gloriously generous gift to be won.
    Initially I came to look, and now I learn too
    One layer cards – they are as rare as hen’s teeth here :-)
    Love digi paper and use it, but cannot use digi cutting files
    What would I like to see – a wee bit more of you :-)


  • LeAnnJuly 25, 2013 - 12:22 am

    1. Both
    2. Rarely
    3. No
    4. No
    5. Whatever makes your heart happy to share.

    I read each and every post and have for several years. I’m a lurker and do not often leave a comment. But your cards and your “chats” with followers are wonderful and inspiring. Anything that you do and share with us is appreciated. You are a blessing to the paper crafting community!ReplyCancel

  • ChelseaJuly 25, 2013 - 12:24 am

    Oh – I thought of one more thing. Becca, do you think you could revisit the older dies and show us more creative ways for using them? I know you have to promote new products so the company can keep us buying their dies, but we all have so many basic older dies we don’t use because we can’t think up ways to use them. Many of us don’t have a budget to keep buying dozens of new dies each year, but we have a good collection of old standard shapes. How can we make them interesting again? Any help there for us?? Thanks in advance!!ReplyCancel

  • ConnieJuly 25, 2013 - 12:24 am

    1. See and learn. 2. minimum is more my speed. 3. yes 4. no-I have lots of metal dies 5. Gift ideas-like your packages and ornaments. I come to your site because you make beautiful cards from dies that I own and say -why didn’t think of that. Becca-you are so clever and creative.ReplyCancel

  • Sarah HolmesJuly 25, 2013 - 12:26 am

    1. Learn
    2. Often, as much as any other card
    3. Not really. I’ve tried it a couple of times and have not been as satisfied. But I’m still trying this because I love digital scrapbooking, but have the page printed as a photo.
    4. Yes
    5. I would love to see more Tutorials.
    I love your cards, but sometimes I know I would not have the time or resources to do that much. If some of the examples could be in your beautiful style, but maybe a little more doable would be great. Yet I also love the multi layers and your beautiful cards is what drew me to your blog. So I’m torn. I like both.

    Thank you for your beautiful work.ReplyCancel

  • Carole HodginsJuly 25, 2013 - 12:27 am

    Wow! I can’t believe you think your blog is not good enough I love everything about it. I will however be glad to see something in the gallery as I open it with bated breath every time I visit and am a little disappointed to see it empty. Even if you didn’t change a thing I am a fan for life Becca. God bless you for sharing your talent with everyone.

    1.Mostly to learn but to see also.
    2. I, like you, am a fan of layers and ribbons
    4.Sorry don’t have any knowledge of them.
    5. My favourite is tutorials but I know how much time and effort they must be. I am also looking forward to your next tool hero’s bit. That is a fantastic idea and I now know how to use a stampamagig. I would also love to see your take on some male cards as I think most people struggle with idea’s for them.
    Keep up the good work Becca
    Warm hugs from South AustraliaReplyCancel

  • Rosie WaldtJuly 25, 2013 - 12:30 am

    Becca: My budget doesn’t let me buy a lot of die cuts but occasionally after reading your tutorials I weaken and order. :) Your site is my favorite. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to win some eye candy. Here are my answers: 1. See and Learn 2.Rarely 3. No 4. Yes 5 More tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Leigh McKeeJuly 25, 2013 - 12:32 am

    1. See & Learn
    2. Often. Even though I don’t find many here, i always come back because your work is awe-inspiring.
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. I love your tutorials.ReplyCancel

  • Matilde HannaJuly 25, 2013 - 12:34 am

    1. I come here to see your beautiful creations, your works of art.
    2. I would like to see some simpler cards and more technique.
    3. I use Stampin up! Digital Studio
    4. Ink is expensive, so although not opposed, would probably not use on many full pages.
    5. I would also love to see more video tutorials. I think you do a great job at explaining it all.
    I am fascinated by your work Becca, you do great stuff, and I personally admire everything you do.ReplyCancel

  • AnnamiekeJuly 25, 2013 - 12:36 am

    I enjoy your work and have found it inspires me.
    1. To see and learn
    2. I don’t mind. I like minimull as well as complicated with layers and embellishments.
    3. No it goes through to much ink. When you have a very limited budget you need to cut back in some places.
    4. No Do’nt know how.
    5. Tutorials. Steps on how to make the wonderful cards you make. What ever you do will be awesome.
    Many thanks and God bless you BeccaReplyCancel

  • Andrea ClinardJuly 25, 2013 - 12:38 am

    1 learn and create
    2 rarely
    3 yes
    4 yes
    5 love more tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Jackie PJuly 25, 2013 - 12:38 am

    1 – Always on both!!!!
    2 – Actually I love the intricate detail and layers, to me there is a fine line between amazing and r u kidding?????? You never step over the line..I am huge spellbinders fan and you show ways of pushing them. I can find simple anywhere
    3 – digital paper…I do have some I have collected, but the OCD side of me won’t use them unless I have a really good printer..yeh I know you can use a regular printer and it’s all about the paper
    4 – digital cuts – definitely..currently I only have a Cricut and the Imagine but will soon have a pazzle so that I can use my own creations
    5 – change?? noo no change I love it just the way it is!!!!!

    Side note…love the idea of some of your cards having tutorials..some I kinda scratch my head wondering how you did it. As in yesterday, the way you hid the ribbon and used the magnetic!! You rolled the ribbon back under the put other side of ribbon under using different adhesive..Brilliant!!!! So many times I think Duhhh so simple of a solution!!!

    One last side note..it takes much restraint not to pin everything LOL

    Have a great day!!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • MsCraftLifeJuly 25, 2013 - 12:38 am

    1. learn & see 2. rarely 3. not sure what it is same for 4.

    5. I would love to see more video tutorials. I love to see your work. I actually improvised on a card you did that kind of looks like a open peacock feather with the nine pearls i believe. I have made it twice and the persons loved it. I wish the dies were more affordable.

    absolutely love to see your cards.

    god bless, lydiaReplyCancel

  • IreneJuly 25, 2013 - 12:39 am

    To learn, inspiration
    Love simple
    Tutorials for sure….your site is great.ReplyCancel

  • Liz S.July 25, 2013 - 12:39 am

    1) see and learn
    2) often
    3) yes
    4) no, no machine
    5) First, consistency-you may have a card daily for a few days and then nothing for a long time. Next, brand listing w/pictures of all items used in a card. more coloring, twine, charms, etc., maybe a little less elegant and more practical and fun. But ultimately, it is your style you must be true to. I am faithful to your blog regardless.ReplyCancel

  • ReginaJuly 25, 2013 - 12:42 am

    I come to your blog to see and also learn… a lot!! :)

    I love all you do and you´re always an inspiration.

    Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting?

    I don´t have cricut or other cutting machine… so I would love the pdf
    or other similar files. :)

    We all always want more and more… don´t we??? I´m
    Everything you do is amazing and you´re so kind to share with all of us.
    May God bless your talent always!!
    Have a wonderful day!!ReplyCancel

  • CindyJuly 25, 2013 - 12:43 am

    1. To see and learn (love waht I see, and love that you give us the opportunity to learn too!
    2. Often – we can always add more from there.
    3. Occasionally.
    4. Occasionnally (again)
    5. Wow – I can’t imagine ~ you already share so much with us.

  • Debbie McKelveyJuly 25, 2013 - 12:44 am

    I visit your blog for many reasons. I love to hear what’s going on in your life, what you’ve created and what you teach us. I would love to see more tutorials on how you create some of these amazing cards, use digital papers or digital cuts. You use all the dies in such unique ways that I love seeing the how-to-do-it tutorials. I’m not sure if I would believe I’m at your blog if the cards were simple, I love the style that’s so unique to you.ReplyCancel

  • Nancy WJuly 25, 2013 - 12:50 am

    1) to see AND learn 2) often 3) no 4) no 5) I love to see your limitless creativity in using dies, especially Spellbinder ones – so beautiful!!!ReplyCancel

  • KathyJuly 25, 2013 - 12:53 am

    1. I come for both..
    2. as much as any other.. all of your cards are great and I love seeing all of your creations!
    3. I would use digital papers if i could find an inexpensive way to print them out… it takes way too much ink! There are beautiful digital papers out there! You have used awesome ones.
    4. I do not have a machine to do digital cut files.
    5. I LOVE your 3-D projects as well as your gorgeous cards. I have enjoyed your tutorials. You mentioned future tutorials for downloading.. I hope the format allows me to copy and paste as i like to put them in word documents and many of these downloads can only be printed or “saved”. I also enjoy your little tidbits and the gallery sounds wonderful! I get so inspired by your works. They are very detailed and beautiful.ReplyCancel

  • Dianne GuilingerJuly 25, 2013 - 12:54 am

    1. see and learn
    2. as much as any other card
    4. no
    5. tutorials, especially with videoReplyCancel

  • Heather BJuly 25, 2013 - 12:55 am

    1. I come to learn and be inspired. I’ve really liked the videos you’ve done. I think I first discovered you from a spellbinders die image search and then followed links from cutathome.com to your postings.
    2. I love all your card creations. Its always inspiring to see different combinations and using familiar pieces in new ways.
    3. Not so much into digital right now—maybe in the future- but I like the more hands on stamping, cutting, etc.
    4. Again, not so much for digital.
    5. I’m enjoying everything you post—demos, new tools, organizing ideas, etc. If possible I’d like a way to see more of the blog post in what comes to my e-mail box— rather than three titles/statements. That might be available now I just don’t know how to make that happen. I’d like the option of the daily blog like a full e-mail or newsletter like post. I’d like to know more about finding more frugal ways to find materials—I live on an island and it costs more to get things here. Love the video demos the most; but I will say your picture directions are very thorough—I just don’t’ get the full effect of hearing you in the typed versions ?ReplyCancel

  • Rosy NewlunJuly 25, 2013 - 1:00 am

    1. To learn.
    2. Rarely. If I want to see CAS cards, there are endless sites I can go to. But your layered embellished creations are very difficult for me to locate, unless they are waaay too overboard and lopsided that they look kind of … not me. Yours are elegant, exquisite, beautiful and tastefully done.
    3. No.
    4. No.
    5. To see that you are like the rest of us. You have creative times, and times when you need time to pull back and rejuvenate. I don’t want you to feel like we expect excellence from you all the time. We just want you to be the teacher you already are, share your ideas and to do that in your own way, but still able to take care of your other responsibilities.
    We appreciate what you can do, because you can see what we cannot. But you help us to see much more and to do more than we could on our own. Thank you ?ReplyCancel

  • KathRJuly 25, 2013 - 1:03 am

    There is no 12345 for me , i come on your site because everything i need to know, learn and attempt can be found here on your wonderful blog!
    but just in case
    1 Yes
    2 Doesnt matter as all your cards are WONDERFUL….
    3 Yes
    4 Yes
    5 Definately more Tutorials, they are so easy to followReplyCancel

  • TinaHJuly 25, 2013 - 1:05 am

    1. Both 2. Sometimes 3. Not really 4. Definitely, yes 5. Video tutorials are fabulous, love it when you include dimensions, love your Becca Bits! Thank you for such a wonderful blog, you are much appreciated! Blessings!ReplyCancel

  • CyndeJuly 25, 2013 - 1:06 am

    1 I come to your blog to learn and see what you’ve made. Mostly for the inspiration you bring me.
    2. I like both. But really you are the one artist I can always count on to push the envelope of over the top learning what else to use spellbinders for and on and different ways that original intention.
    3. Love them but can’t afford to print them ink too high.
    4. Love the digital cut outs. Fantastic to see what others have made and then share them…terrific!
    5. Love your lessons, tutorials, explanations, reasons, and different uses. Will look forward to seeing your library of creations. As love your cards and your 3-D items you’ve made over the years.ReplyCancel

  • MelitaJuly 25, 2013 - 1:10 am

    1. Both
    2. often
    3. not really
    4. yes
    5. Written instructions along with the videos (just a few steps would suffice).ReplyCancel

  • Clare WJuly 25, 2013 - 1:11 am

    1. Learn mainly but I love to see your creations also.
    2. As much as any other
    3. Yes although I dont very often!
    4. Sorry – I dont understand the question – what are digital cut files?
    5. I love your tutorials – they are fantastic – really ‘awesome’ as you guys say. Also love the recipe style instructions – very clear. Downloadable instructions sounds a fab idea.

    Cant wait to see the new style site – sounds very exciting!ReplyCancel

  • Chea BoninJuly 25, 2013 - 1:12 am

    I come hear daily to be inspired and to Learn.
    Rarely I love all the layers to your cards it makes them unique and not the same ole that you can get at any site.
    Yes I am open to using Digital files in my crafts.
    Definetly I love Digital cut files.
    Tutorials and the galleries.

    Thanks Becca for sharing your beautiful talent with all of us. When I said I come here everyday it is because it gets me creative and also some of the quote are inspirational to me. Thanks Again.
    Chea BoninReplyCancel

  • Mary K. ParkerJuly 25, 2013 - 1:13 am

    I sometimes come to look and sometimes come to learn. In total honesty, if what I see looks pretty much the same everyday, I move one and don’t bother with reading. I have a friend, however, who is a huge fan and will read everything and she catches a lot more by reading. Mayn’t make things in some different colors so they do look different on 1st glance.

    I don’t use any digital in stamping.

    You did start (at least I thought you were going to start) a series of tutorials on tools we rarely use. The one I did catch was on a stamp placement tool. Oh my gosh, I haven’t used mine in some time, but your tutorial was EXCELLENT!! I hope there are more of those coming.

    I also really appreciate how you identify all of the items you use, complete with links for us to buy as well as letting us know when there is a sale.

    Like another reader, I too would love it of there were some way to get the daily blog in a full email, instead of just a half dozen lines. I am more apt to read it when I am in a hurry if I have a complete email & see something I like. With just words, if I am overwhelmed, the delete button wins.ReplyCancel

  • GG Judy JacksonJuly 25, 2013 - 1:15 am

    1.Both 2. Rarely 3. No 4. No 5. Be able to find designs by Spellbinder code # to use my dies more often. Note. Miss the Gold Member club. If you do start one again, I do not care for clear stamps. I prefer cling.ReplyCancel

  • Jan CastleJuly 25, 2013 - 1:15 am

    1. Both
    2. Often
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. You asked for short answers above…I really would like to continue to see detailed tutorials – your work is amazing – just like the blog name says!
    Paper Hugs,

  • Tanja S.July 25, 2013 - 1:19 am

    1. 2-3 times a week
    2. as much as any other card (i.e. half/half or so)
    3. I don’t use digital paper due to unreliable printer quality, but naturally am ok with it if others are keen
    4. I don’t have a machine that allows it but am ok with it for others’ sake
    5. I like your stories/family/faith writing as well as your craft. I guess reviews of stamps/products or something might be good occasionally. Also sets of cards for a gift

    Thanks for all you do and share Becca. Blessings from Australia :)ReplyCancel

  • Linda D.July 25, 2013 - 1:19 am

    1. At first I came to learn, because your cards are so beautiful. i wantsd to make cards like that. But then I realized that sometimes one card would have $10 of embellishments on it. I kept coming to look, and to hear what you have been doing, but all the cards started to look the same. I can spot a Becca Feeken card in any publication – your style is distinctive, but I do not have enough supplies to create like this, so I stopped coming. but I still come when I have a complex new die and don’t know what to do with it!

    2. I would like to see simpl-ER cards – but not “clean and simple” – I don’t think that is your style. But fewer layers and fewer massive embellishments would help me to use my supplies more realistically.

    3. I have only used digital paper once – I don’t really understand it. It ended up smaller than 8 1/2 x 11. I do like digital stamps and am trying to learn to use them for images I do not need to use frequently.

    4. I am open. I own a Cricut, but not the computer parts. I am interested in Silhouette Cameo. The Cricut was a $20 garage sale find

    5. I like what I see, but I would like to see more stamping, more incorporation of complex die cuts with stamps. I would like to see fewer “over the top super expensive loaded with embellishments” cards, and once in a while a few meant for us lesser beings! THAT SAID – you are amazingly talented and there is no one doing what you are doing. FOLLOW YOUR HEART!!ReplyCancel

  • Karen RoweJuly 25, 2013 - 1:20 am

    Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn?
    Both. Your artistic abilities take the whole card and object-making process to a different level. I often wonder if you’ll start repeating ideas, but although your style is identifiable you still manage to create new ideas using the things we’ve all bought – dies, card, ribbon, stamps, etc. I expect that your ability to look at these supplies and use them in unique ways accounts for your popularity and strong following.

    How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely?
    Sometimes simple is good. When you realise that someone’s birthday is in two days and you have to post the card, it’s nice to have a quick, but beautiful, card to send. Having said that I love your intricate, layered cards and they are certainly part of your ‘signature’.

    Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting?
    Absolutely. I use quite a lot of digital paper and artwork in my projects. I find them convenient and if I mess up the first bit of paper I can just print another one.

    Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting?
    Yes. I have a Silhouette Cameo and it has been a revelation to me. It’s a fantastic bit of kit and I can only imagine what wonderful things you would come up with. Yes, please – explore this area.

    What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace?
    More of what you already do. More in depth tutorials would be great. I have made cards following your existing pics and information, but sometime I get things in the wrong order and so on. The cutting files would be fantastic. I guess the more of your genius and creativity you can share, the better! (OK I know none of my answers leaves you time to breathe – but you did ask! Ha.)ReplyCancel

  • Christine Harrop, Oxfordshire, UKJuly 25, 2013 - 1:21 am

    1 I come to be inspired so I want to see and learn
    2 Simple can still have the wow factor so the answer is as much as any other card.
    3 Yes, there are some gorgeous digital papers – and don’t take up much room in your craft space.
    4 No, because I do not have the equipment.
    5 More instructions and tutorials, especially video tutorials.

    This is so exciting. I cannot wait to be able to have easy access to past creations.

    Thank you so much Becca.

    Love from Christine xxReplyCancel

  • Susan JoyceJuly 25, 2013 - 1:24 am

    1. Both
    2. As much as any other card.
    3. Yes. If I could only figure out how to print the papers on A4 card/paper. Especially things I have pinned on Pinterest.
    4. Yes/No. No cutting machine at present.
    5. I love your tutorials and product reviews and find them very informative and inspiring.ReplyCancel

  • MarshaJuly 25, 2013 - 1:27 am

    1. Both see and learn
    2. Rarely; your detailed designs are unique and they are what I like to see and learn how to do.
    3. Yes, to digital papers.
    4. Yes, to digital cut files.
    5. More tutorials. Also, the ability to ask you a question every now and then regarding a card or technique and be able to have you respond. I feel you’re unreachable now, although I know the problems involved with making yourself more accessible. It may not be something you can do right now, and I understand, if that’s the case.ReplyCancel

  • Cindy PotentierJuly 25, 2013 - 1:29 am

    Hi Becca….ty for this offering
    1: both
    2: as much as any other card…but love everything you do
    3: yes would love tooo except ink is extremely expensive…I have only printed paper once because I had to, it was from my DT’s sponsor that month
    4: yes….I am hoping to get a silhouette cameo by the end of the yr ;)
    5: I love that you are getting the gallery up and running, sometime’s I need inspiration and just want to look at images without all the other stuff, looking forward to the “new and improved” blog but hope it still looks the same, I absolutely love the soft, gentle look and feel of your blog, it truly reflects you and your personality perfectly, the font, the layout, everything…I just love it here!! I love all the tutorials, the becca bits etc. and always look forward to seeing what you’ve made lately….I rave about your creations to everyone and have spent a lot of money collecting Spellbinders because I seen you use it in some unique way….amazing!! I hope I answered your ?’s well, I also love that you recap everything you used at the bottom and add the links, although I find that often the link is not working any more because the die is older or is accidentally linked to a different die all together so I end up googling it by name to see what it looks like, you normally use several dies per project and I like to see the die sets you’ve used in full, a lot of dies I don’t recognize, even though I own 100 spellbinders die sets, and I want to know which is which. :) I have an inquiring mind and I need to know, lol ty for this opportunity :O) tc and god blessReplyCancel

  • GillJuly 25, 2013 - 1:34 am

    1 both
    2 as much as any card
    3 yes
    4 yes
    5 I love videos for new techniquesReplyCancel

  • DodieJuly 25, 2013 - 1:38 am

    1. I love looking at all of your work … it truly inspires me. In fact, when I first discovered your blog I took the time to read all the way from the beginning. My simple answer: to see1

    2. I can see simple cards in other places. Your intricate cards and attention to detail are what keep me coming back. Guess my one-word-answer is “rarely”.

    3. Having started as a digital scrapper, I am most interested in digital papers.

    4. I’m not sure what you mean; are you referring to files that can be cut on a Cricut or similar machine? If so, probably not; I’m not really using my Expression2 very much.

    5. I am hoping to see more than one or two entries on a page.ReplyCancel

  • Anne (UK)July 25, 2013 - 1:41 am

    1 Both! Predominantly to see (need my fix of crafting beauty), but also to learn.
    2 As much as any other card. Though you are the queen of layers!
    3 Yes
    4 Yes
    5 Anything that you have the time to share with us! Apart from your creativity, I used to love your inspiring faith quotes and have missed those. I used to collect the really poignant ones in a word document and refer to them at times! There would always be some tremendously uplifting words there.
    Anne xReplyCancel

  • RosemaryJuly 25, 2013 - 1:43 am

    1. to learn to be inspired and and amazed at what I see
    2. As much as any other card all your cards are unique and just simply stunning
    3. Most definetly yes to digital papers
    4. I have lots of digital images would love to see more ways of using them
    5. Tutorials for sure but anything you have to offer is just great by meReplyCancel

  • SimonaJuly 25, 2013 - 1:45 am

    1. see and learn
    2. rarely
    3. no
    4. yes
    5. Lots of tutorials and looking forward to the gallery… :)ReplyCancel

  • NadineJuly 25, 2013 - 1:48 am

    3 YES
    4 YES

  • Anne BJuly 25, 2013 - 1:49 am

    It’s always nice to be asked for opinions!
    1. Inspiration and to learn.
    2. A mix.
    3. Yes.
    4. Probably not. I love Spellbinders.
    5. More of the same as you do now. You inspire me to try all kinds of different things.

    And I have always loved the A2 Filigree Delight die – I had no idea that you designed it!ReplyCancel

  • Anna kluytmansJuly 25, 2013 - 1:51 am

    1 Both.
    2 As much as any card you do.
    3 Yes
    4 Yes.
    5 More tutorials, in PDF file and video’s so we can choose how we would like to watch them and see how it is all put together, But your work is always beautiful Becca, I come here every day to see your projects,
    Thank you for sharing your talent,God bless you.ReplyCancel

  • shirleykJuly 25, 2013 - 1:54 am

    1. absolutely, yes
    2. don’t mind, all the cards are lovely!
    3. yes
    4. no, wish I could
    5. more tutorials would be good. ability to get questions answered when a problem arises would be even better!ReplyCancel

  • Vi LammertsmaJuly 25, 2013 - 1:57 am

    1. learn and admire
    2. love your layering and embellishing
    3. No
    4. No
    5. More of your tutorials please and hints and tips. I often have a wow! moment when u show how you did something.Also a listing of all items used to make the creation. Thanks – keep up the great work and thanks for trying to make it easier for all of us!ReplyCancel

  • Lorraine Harrison-RogersJuly 25, 2013 - 2:03 am

    1. Both see and learn – I also like your ‘recommendations’ of product.
    2. As much as anything else – I just love your style and quality.
    3. Somewhat – I always like to play with products but can see the benefit of digital and I do use digi images.
    4. As above….
    5. I liked the kits you offered, I love your videos – nice and straight forward with good verbal descriptions too, tutorials to help me develop my own style….Thank you, Glad you are not going anywhere! xReplyCancel

  • AdrienneQJuly 25, 2013 - 2:08 am

    1. learn and see
    2. I like what you are doing at the moment?
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. I suppose my answer is more of the same, the reason I come here is to learn. I love the way you do your tutorials, give the recipe for the card and inovat. Thanks for all you give usReplyCancel

  • AstridJuly 25, 2013 - 2:10 am

    I want to start by saying I love your work! All of it and to be honest I have been totally happy with your blog as it was, but if you embrace change, that can only be a good thing lol.
    Now to the questions:
    1.Both, living in the UK recommended products are not so relevant as postage cost makes them usually too expensive
    2. yes
    3. yes, though I prefer real papers or home made backgrounds
    4. No, I don’t have an electronic machine
    5. Yes, specially videos
    Thank you for all that you do for us!!
    God bless!ReplyCancel

  • Carolyn LeeJuly 25, 2013 - 2:15 am

    1)Both see and Learn. 2)love your designs and technics.yes! 3) I have used digi but prefer not too. 4) would give it a go. 5) your tutorials are fantastic . Easy to follow . Would love more of them . Thanks for all the inspiration you give to us. Love your bow maker. Thanks .ReplyCancel

  • Barbie D.July 25, 2013 - 2:18 am

    1. Both
    2. Often
    3. Yes
    4. I have a Cricut but use my Spellbinders more
    5. More video tutorials with PDF files made available. Also looking forward to your gallery.ReplyCancel

  • Candy MillsJuly 25, 2013 - 2:19 am

    I have always loved your blog just as it is, but it sounds like it will be even more AMAZING!
    1. Both
    2. As much as any card
    3.YES. I have to – no room for storage
    4. You bet!
    5. More Tutorials, hints, where you shop for your special items.
    God Bless, Hugs, CandyReplyCancel

  • LivaJuly 25, 2013 - 2:20 am

    1. Both 2. Rarely 3.,4. yes – it’s cheaper and more available in my country. Besides it never runs out or is discontinuated. 5. More photo tutorials. Often if I see that a tutorial is video, I skip it, but if there are photos, I skim over it with my eyes to see if it’s something I know or not. And if not, then I learn it more thoroughly.ReplyCancel

  • Linda RichmondJuly 25, 2013 - 2:21 am

    Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn? both
    How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely? mix it up, I love both
    Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting? not really
    Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting? yes
    What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace? I love when you describe every layer. Your tutorials are fabulous!ReplyCancel

  • AlisonJuly 25, 2013 - 2:26 am

    1 I love visiting your blog both to see the beauty of your creations and also to learn how I can make better use of what I have.
    2 It is nice to have variety and not everyone has the extensive range of dies to have many layers
    3 Sometimes
    4 I don’t know
    5 More of your beautiful work and the tutorials to get the most out of the dies I have.ReplyCancel

  • Yvonne TuneJuly 25, 2013 - 2:27 am

    Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn?
    I come here regularly for inspiration, but on days my mojo’s not coming forward,I can drop in and get and idea and although I don’t have the items you have, I can take inspiration and adapt my design to use what I have in my craft room,

    How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely?
    Often as sometimes more is less, and simple is beautiful. if cards are very fussy with lots of items it could put new card makers off, as they will think they need so much stuff just to make a card. so therefor won’t be able to afford to do the hobby we love so much, when I have a class I show a more simple design, not using Dies so that they can recreate the card at home, without the expensive dies.

    Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting?
    Yes. I mostly print everything as it is so hard in Ireland to get craft stuff here.

    Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting?

    What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace?
    I love it as it is, but a gallery would be fantastic, all baby cards in one page, all wedding in one page, ect, with a link back to the tutorial.

    thank you so much Becca, I take great inspiration from you, and share your site on my blog, sending lots of Irish Crafter’s your way.
    God Bless

  • MaryannJuly 25, 2013 - 2:27 am

    Hi Becca,
    You are amazing girl and that´s one big reason, why I come back to your blog over and over again. You´re a huge inspiration in everything you do, and that´s what I´m looking for, but I also absolutely LOVE your awesome tutorials. To answer your questions, then my answers will be:
    1: I come for both
    2: Rarely, if I want to see simple cards, I can just visit millions of blogs, who never show anything else but simple. I come here, because it´s NOT just a piece of folded cardstock with another piece of paper glued on with an image somewhere, and then that´s called a card.
    3: Yes I often use digital papers, if I don´t have what I need, then it´s nice to be able to print some, so you wount get stucked because of a missing paper.
    4: No sorry I can´t use those, as I don´t have any machine, and I preffer the dies anytime.
    5: What more would I like to see here? That´s a tuff one, cause there´s so much more, I would love to see too. First of all I would love to see more tutorials for both cards, but definiotely also for some of the gorgeous 3D projects you´ve done a few times. I absolutely LOVE those, but also anything else, that is either folded in some way or can be moved as ex. a card with some kind of movement. But I also would really love to see some ideas for recycled items, like f.eex. old cans and tins and stuff like that. I´ve been doing a lot of that the last year, as I think, we´re wasting way too much all the time, and just love it, if I can make something beautiful and useful out of something everybody else would throw out. But else I would also love to see lot more use of all our older things too. I know, you ofcause have to show all the new items, as that´s ofcause what the commpagnies want, but maybe to see a lot more about, how you can incorporate BOTH the new but also all the older dies, we already have. None of us can ever afford to buy all these new dies all the time, so often we´ll not be able to make these things anyway, if we can´t afford to get the dies, so then it would be awesome, if you a little after maybe made an update to the tutorials and showed how we could maybe make something simular with older dies too??? Just so more people would have a chance to make something beautiful anyway, and all would be happy, both those with the new ones, but also those, who can´t afford to go out and buy them?
    And then I would really really really LOVE it, if you would make all your tutorials as written too. I know, many likes the video best, and I also love to watch your videos, but I must also admit, my memory isn´t that good anymore, so when I try to make some of your projects, I often get stucked pretty soon, because I can´t remember, what you said, and then I have to run forth and back to watch it over and over again, but if I had a wriotten tut, then I could print it out and read as I go along, and I know for certain, that I´m NOT the onely one, who feel that way, so if you would just at least considder it, I would be a really happy bunny, I don´t have my computer near my workspace, so I can´t watch as I go.
    Sorry this got soo long, but I hope, you´ll get through it all LOL.
    I absolutely LOVE your stunning creations all the time and that is exactly what I come here for all the time, and I love, when I´ve been able to make some of them myself. You are such a huge inspiration to sooo many people all the time, and your creations are just some of the best ever seen out there in the entire craftworld, and I just love everything you ever do, so just keep it comming Becca, I for one will definitely be here every time in the future too.
    Have a wonderful day hun and lots of great fun.ReplyCancel

  • dorothy willockJuly 25, 2013 - 2:38 am

    1..both but more to see how wonderfully made your cards are.
    2..now and again would be nice as Im not the professional you are and it is refreshing to make something less complicated for me and those who perhaps are just starting out with this wonderful and enjoyable hobby.
    3 Yes
    4..not yet
    5..more tutorials please as simply admiring your cards, its easier for me to make my own version…not so detailed and not nearly as nice as yours.
    Please keep up the great work and that you are willing to listen to your fans.
    God Bless.ReplyCancel

  • Veronica FoleyJuly 25, 2013 - 2:46 am

    1. I love seeing the beautiful works of art you have created and am delighted when I get a notification email that you have posted something new. I am only crafting about 18 months and your designs inspire me and have encouraged me to experiment with similar projects.
    2. Love, love, love the detailed layered cards you create. They are so elegant. Just hope I reach your standard some day.
    3. No. Not something I have tried as yet but may try in the future.
    4. No.
    5. Love all of your tutorials and find them extreemly useful. Would love to see more. Would also like so more info on what you consider must have items and which dies you feel are essential for someone just starting out who is trying to build up their stash and wants to make sure they invest their money wisely.
    Thanks you so much for sharing with us. Love your work. May God bless you in all that you do.ReplyCancel

  • NickyJuly 25, 2013 - 2:47 am

    version courte :
    1 : les 2
    2 : très souvent
    3 : oui
    4 : oui
    5 : tout

    1 : admirer vos créations et essayer d’en faire de même
    et j’ai appris à mieux utiliser mes dies
    2 j’aime toutes les sortes de cartes, selon mes envies et j’adore
    découvrir le moyen de les faire
    3 j’aime les beaux papiers mais je sais qu’il est possible de les
    intégrer dans les découpes numériques
    4 je viens d’avoir ma caméo, et j’ai soif d’apprendre et serais
    de recevoir des fichiers de coupe gratuits
    5 ouverte à tout du moment que vous avez vous-même encore
    du plaisir à partagerReplyCancel

  • Julia HinesJuly 25, 2013 - 3:00 am

    1 I come for both for inspiration
    2 I find all samples helpful as a newcomer to crafting. We all have to start somewhere. Colour matching and design is something I am keen to learn.
    3 I do use digital papers.
    4 I use a Cameo for cutting files as I currently have few dies.
    5 Tutorials and techniques are an obvious one particularly if they are able to be printed out. As a new crafter I find it quite difficult to see cards on Pinterest etc. and have no idea of how to use resist techniques etc. etc..and achieve the result I would like. Each day we all learn something new. It can sometimes be quite daunting to see advanced work and have no idea where to start.

    Enjoy your day.ReplyCancel

  • Patricia NewellJuly 25, 2013 - 3:00 am

    Hi Becca,
    1. Learn; I love to look too but I always want to know how it was done.
    2. Occasionally; I’d be interested in seeing how your style would translate into something simpler.
    3. Yes; I’m open to the idea but haven’t tried it yet. I tend to substitute with what I have.
    4. Yes; although I still haven’t managed to master my 3 year old Cricut yet!
    5. Tutorials; I am always amazed by the way your mind works and the unique and stunning items you create with your dies.
    God Bless,

  • Frederica BondJuly 25, 2013 - 3:02 am

    1. Both 2. I like simple and complex cards equally. 3. no 4. I am undecided on digital cuts. 5.I love your website. I just would like more detailed instructions and more help about layering cards.ReplyCancel

  • Maureen K.July 25, 2013 - 3:06 am

    1. Both
    2. Rarely
    3. Getting there slowly
    4. Getting there slowly
    5. More of your amazing, unique ideas. Eventhough I would never (well, probably never) make the crown and magic wand you made with Spellbinders, I LOVED the ideas !! You make me look at my dies in a totally different way. Just keep crafting !!!ReplyCancel

  • Laraine RJuly 25, 2013 - 3:10 am

    1. Both. I love seeing all your beautiful works of art and it makes me want to experiment on combining all the different layers that you put on a card.
    2. All kinds! I love your works of art!
    3. Maybe. I am the type of person that likes to see & touch!
    4. Yes
    5. More tutorials, Becca’s bits & organization. I love everything you post! You’re style is so unique! You are a wonderful person and I love seeing the masterpieces you post!ReplyCancel

  • Lynn McKnightJuly 25, 2013 - 3:11 am

    1. Both. I love to see your beautiful creations and gain inspiration. It is great to see/learn new ideas and techniques.
    2. Probably a bit less. An occasional simple card is nice, but I really love the way you use your layers. You are always SO creative…It doesn’t seem to matter what you do, your creations are always unique and beautiful.
    3. I don’t ever see myself using digital paper, but…never say never!
    4. I would use digital cut files if someone could hold my hand and walk me through how to do it.
    5. What would I like to see on here? Honestly?! An invitation from you to me, to come and craft alongside you and learn from the master!ReplyCancel

  • DiannaJuly 25, 2013 - 3:15 am

    1. See & Learn!
    2. A balance of simple, medium, & intricate would be nice!
    3. I have found digital designs bleed, or smear when you color them because of the printer ink. But sentiments are fine, no need to color.
    4. I don’t use them.
    5. I’d love a walk through your craft room! I’d also like to know your method of figuring the layers you come up with — is there a trick to it? Do layered designs come easy to you, take hours, or sometimes days? I’d like to know more of your organizing tips, like the neat cases we’re all hoping to win. And how do you set up to photograph your cards?

    Thank you for this opportunity of interaction!ReplyCancel

  • Margaret CrawfordJuly 25, 2013 - 3:18 am

    Rarely, I can see them anywhere.
    Not keen, due to cost of inks.
    Just keep doin’ what you do !
    You are my first port of call, and I love that you share all the innovative ways to use dies, colour, texture etc. You take card making to a different level. Thanks again for sharing so willingly. Bless You.
    Margaret (Scotland)ReplyCancel

  • lisa808July 25, 2013 - 3:18 am

    1. See (your creations are gorgeous)
    2. Rarely
    3. No, not really interested
    3. Yes
    4. More of your beautiful cards/creations along w/tutorials

    I look forward to the ‘new’ blog.ReplyCancel

  • Denise QueeleyJuly 25, 2013 - 3:22 am

    1. Both really, wonderful inspiration!!
    2. It would be nice to mix it up a bit!
    4. No
    5. More tutorials please!! written and video.
    Project gallery!! Cards, boxes etc..

    Your work is truly beautiful, elegant and inspirational!
    truly blessed!!ReplyCancel

  • Gayle SittaroJuly 25, 2013 - 3:37 am

    1. Definitely both
    2. I would love to see more of your simple designs–all your work is beautifully and masterfully created.
    3. Not into that.
    4. Not interested in this.
    5. Would love to see more of the creative and different ways you use your dies. Your work is always an inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • Heather PeelJuly 25, 2013 - 3:41 am

    1.Both.2.i much prefer your beautiful ,artistic work ,rather than plain layered cards .3.yes i love digital papers ,4. yes i would also love Digital cut files to use ,if youre making them they will be perfect ,5.Tuts would be fantastic to see ,then we can all try and create some masterpeices like yours Becca.Thank you for asking .huge Hugs HeatherReplyCancel

  • Susan MansellJuly 25, 2013 - 3:43 am

    1. Both
    2. As much as any other
    4. Would if I was able to
    5. More tutorials, all formatsReplyCancel

  • Joan M.July 25, 2013 - 3:45 am

    1. I come to see AND learn. How could I not???? Everything you make is a visual and learning experience!

    2. I like both types of cards: More options = more choices = more creativity.

    3. Yes; again: More options = more choices = more creativity.

    4. No, only because I don’t own a machine to cut the files… but as a PDF: yes!

    5. Personally I’d like to see the link to Lattice Basket Base Template finally work (it still doesn’t and I use the latest version of Firefox (:-D
    I like to see the layers you use, as I don’t use ribbon nor have any of the Grand dies (as I don’t have the Grand Caliber), but that’s your style and I do enjoy seeing the results. If I don’t have the exact die, then I can take the idea and use it with the ones I do have (such as cutting a tag or decorative element in half to adhere to either side of a die cut…brilliant!).ReplyCancel

  • GlendaJuly 25, 2013 - 3:47 am

    1. Both
    2. I really love your detailed cards with lots of layers.
    3. Yes, I do love digital papers.
    4. I would if I was able to.
    5. More tutorials on the use of dies.ReplyCancel

  • Mi MiJuly 25, 2013 - 3:58 am

    1. See and Learn 2. The more layers the better.
    3. Have never tried but I am open to it
    4. Ditto
    5. Want to see layered cards and tutorials. In the past, I have been inspired by your cards. I used to get you blog emailed to me automatically but that has quit working and I have had problems making a comment. Anyhow – no matter how you change your blog, I hope I can get it in the future. I got them thru my email.
    Have a great day ang may God blessReplyCancel

  • mary annJuly 25, 2013 - 4:02 am

    Hi Becca,

    1) both

    2) I love when u use spellbinders on the cards u make. BUT I would like if

    you would only use perhaps 2 different shapes on your cards, using

    different sizes of the ones u choose. They are expensive, especially

    when on a fixed income. I have noticed that on quite a few of the cards

    you make that you have had 3, 4, and even 5 different spellbinders on one

    card. I have been card making for a few years now and I only have about

    5-6 , because they can run into $.

    3) No

    4) No

    5) I love watching the video’s you make. I love reading the tips and tricks

    from other crafters too. I would like to see cards that have a little less

    embellishment on them because I mail most of mine out, and between the

    glitz and the postage it can get expensive. I can’t wait till the galleries open.


  • Raya rawsonJuly 25, 2013 - 4:09 am

    Inspiring Becca! I actually check your blog several times each day. Your creative style inspires me. I love complex cards. The more layers, the better. Nothing digital is important to me. I purchase paper stacks and individual papers that coordinate with one another. I save all of your detailed tutorials and replay them. Until I make my one perfect card. I LOVE everything you design. Keep the inspiration coming! God bless you!ReplyCancel

  • ArleneJuly 25, 2013 - 4:10 am

    1. See and Learn
    2. Love more detailed cards as the plain cards can be too boring.
    3. Yes I would really like to give this a try.
    4. Never used cut files but willing to try if possible.
    5. More tutorials would be a BIG,BIG plus, as I am a more visual learner, I love the videos far better than written instructions

    Keep up your great work as you do a beautiful job, that makes me visit your blog often.ReplyCancel

  • Agnes ThomsonJuly 25, 2013 - 4:11 am

    1. Both
    2. Yes
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. Everything you would like to do and have time to do, tutorials would be great but please don’t overstress yourself,
    Thank you for all your help and inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • CarlaJuly 25, 2013 - 4:19 am

    Hello Becca,
    Here are my answers to your questions:
    1. SEE and learn
    2. as much as any other card
    3. no
    4. no
    5. Tutorials in .pdf formatReplyCancel

  • Karen WallaceJuly 25, 2013 - 4:20 am

    Becca, I love your site and I come to see the gorgeous creations, I prefer the fancy ones my self and lots of layers etc. You are the queen of combining die cuts!!! I’m not into digital anything very much, I store my dies differently, I take 8.5×11 clear sheets, then I cut magnetic vent covers to put on them and store them in a 3 ring binder, a lot of my dies are larger and that works great. I also use page protectors and slip the clear sheets into those, that way if the die comes loose it doesn’t go anywhere.ReplyCancel

  • MaxineJuly 25, 2013 - 4:24 am

    1. Both 2. rarely 3. no 4. no 5. More video tutorialsReplyCancel

  • ColleenB.July 25, 2013 - 4:27 am

    You’re an Inspiration to us all.
    1.Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn?

    2.How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely?
    As gorgeous as your cards are; I like the more clean and simple cards as not everyone has or can afford all the products that you use to make layers upon layers of cards.

    3.Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting?

    4.Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting?

    5.What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace?
    Print out versions of your tutorials


  • KathyJuly 25, 2013 - 4:31 am

    2)as much as any other
    3) yes
    4) yes
    5) love your work. More videos would be great addition

    Thanks for all your inspirationsReplyCancel

  • EstelleJuly 25, 2013 - 4:32 am

    1. Both – I feel like a child putting my hand in to a Lucky-dip box every morning when I open my Inbox and click on to your email. I just never know what I’m going to get, but I know it is going to be good! It is so good for the soul and mental health!! True-dinks!
    I am very grateful for the Tutorials also.
    2. I enjoy seeing the ‘plainer’ cards too. Sometimes that expression’ Less is More’ is fitting for a card, and that gives another important aspect to card making. Also, Variety is good!

    3. Yes and it helps immensely with you giving us the site for the digital papers.

    4. Not sure what that is! Will have to have a look after I finish this!!

    5. I’d love to see some simple folded cards (like the pocket card) and how you would bring the front of it to life.

    It’s so hard to find some classy, but fairly simple masculine cards in books or on sites and it would be great to see one of those every so often. I feel that is a ‘huge ask’, but it is something that I’m sure would be of great help.

    I just want to say a MASSIVE BIG THANK YOU to you for what you do for all of us. Beth, my dear friend in Wesport NZ and I often phone each other to discuss your cards, “Have you seen Becca’s card today!” – both knowing the styles and colours that appeal to each other.ReplyCancel

  • Pam SJuly 25, 2013 - 4:40 am

    1. Both…..I read everything on your blog
    2. Love everything you make
    3. Yes………..but don’t know what type of printer I should have….need more knowledge
    4. ???????
    5. You are my teacher…….I am the student!ReplyCancel

  • Nancy WethingtonJuly 25, 2013 - 4:41 am

    (1) I visit Amazing Grace to be inspired (so both see and learn). (2) Minimal cards interspersed with more elaborate designs on a 50-50 basis would be ideal. (3 & 4) I’m a hands-on girl – no digi for me please. (5) Would like to see some of the older dies used along with the newer dies.

    Thank you for the inspiration you provide each day.ReplyCancel

  • KimberlyJuly 25, 2013 - 4:42 am

    2-As much as any other
    4-Yes – Buying all of the dies gets expensive
    5-Your videos are a great help

    Your work is absolutely beautiful! I love to come here to see, learn and be inspired. A search option and a gallery is going to be great! Thank you so much for all you do.ReplyCancel

  • BarbJuly 25, 2013 - 4:42 am

    See and learn
    as much as any. other card
    more tutorialsReplyCancel

  • craftypurpledragonJuly 25, 2013 - 4:52 am

    1. Both
    2. As much as any other card
    3. Definitely
    4. Not yet, it’s on the wishlist.
    5. More tutorials, but I love and appreciate anything you make the time to share with us.
    Becca, you do not just share your talent with us but a part of your self. I do not think you realise how much you touch those of us that have been blessed enough to discover your blog. We may be of different faiths but I respect and admire the love and spirituality you obviously put into every thing you do. You are a true lightworker.
    Love, light and blessed be
    Suz xReplyCancel

  • Tammie B.July 25, 2013 - 4:55 am

    1. I come to see your blog every morning to see and learn. I’ve been following you for two years now and get so excited every morning to see what beautiful new things you have made.

    2. I absolutely love everything you make. I’ve made several of your ideas because they’re just so amazingly inspirational. Simple or complex, I like them all.

    3. I like digital paper but I’ve never used such. I don’t have a printer for larger paper so I don’t know if I’d use it.

    4. I would be open. I’m going to invest in a silhouette machine soon and think I would use more cut files.

    5. I’d like to see more instructions. Everything you do is just so wonderful and inspirational and would be able to do more stuff you make with instructions.

    I get so excited everyday to see what new thing you’ve come up with. You can’t just go to a store and purchase the quality, quantity, and love that you’ve put into each and every project you make. You are so blessed and I love learning from you…. I see the gatefolded Christmas card in my future… I just sent for the dies !!!ReplyCancel

  • Wanda McGheeJuly 25, 2013 - 4:58 am

    1. A mix of both.
    2. As much as any other.
    3. Hands on for me…don’t want to depend on computer.
    4. No…I love the dies…
    5. I love your tutorials…Your videos are the best!!! I thank God for all you do.ReplyCancel

  • Trish AveryJuly 25, 2013 - 4:58 am

    Becca than you for giving us the chance to win these amazing boxes.
    1. Learn and see the amazing cards you do.
    2. Not always simple.
    3.sometimes use digital paper.
    4. Not usually digital cut outs .
    5.tutorials and inspiration.
    Thank you
    Hugs trishReplyCancel

  • Ginger HJuly 25, 2013 - 5:03 am

    1. Both
    2. Your talent amazes me..I love everything you do.
    3. I have NEVER used digial paper…but I will give anything a try.
    4. No, do not want to invest in the equipment.
    5. More tutorialsReplyCancel

  • ShortscrapperJuly 25, 2013 - 5:04 am

    1. Learn (and be amazed).
    2. Half and half
    3. Not a digital chick for paper . . . ink is expensive!
    4. Don’t have a way to use digital cut-outs
    5. Video tutorials . . . I learn best by seeing how it’s done.

    Thanks so much for asking!ReplyCancel

  • Carol SouthernJuly 25, 2013 - 5:09 am

    1. Learn
    2. As much as any other card.
    3. Yes
    4. No
    5. A few more tutorials on how to do different types of folded/shaped cards.

    I visit daily and just love the experience. It’s something I look forward to.
    I so much enjoyed your kits, they were fantastic and it gave me the opportunity to make beautiful cards like yours because of the contents and instructions.ReplyCancel

  • Donna DeWittJuly 25, 2013 - 5:09 am

    Wow, thanks for the chance to win the cases. First, I absolutely love your site and truly admire your work. It is so me, but I have not learned how to create this type of card/project on my own, I really need to CASE your work in order to try and figure out how to add so many layers. LOVE your creations!
    2. Love the many layers but would also like some more easy/simple card.
    3. Just starting to use digital paper
    4. Just starting to use digital images
    5. I would LOVE to see written tutorials. Videos are terrific, but my little mind can’t retain the info to try and recreate something. Written tutorials would allow a step-by-step process.

    Regardless of what changes/additions you make, your site is still the BEST I’ve found for showcasing absolutely BEAUTIFUL work! Thank you for sharing all your wonderful creations!!!ReplyCancel

  • rai lynnJuly 25, 2013 - 5:11 am

    1. Both 2.not often 3. Not really 4. Absolutely 5. More tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Patty GluckJuly 25, 2013 - 5:14 am

    I come to your blog for inspiration & I just love your beautiful creations. I am not really into the digital cards. Becca you make the most beautiful cards I have ever seen!ReplyCancel

  • KathyJuly 25, 2013 - 5:19 am

    1. I love to come to your site to see what beautiful work u have and when I do I always learn something. 2. I expect your cards to be fully layered and like that. 3. I do not use digital paper. 4. I prefer dies over digital cut outs. 5. I like using the printable instructions and would love to have all the details each time.ReplyCancel

  • Lynn DarcyJuly 25, 2013 - 5:20 am

    1. Both
    2. I love all your card designs. I believe that even the more detaiked cards are doable once you provide the steps. It;s how you come up with the designs that amaze me – your creativity awes me.
    3.Don’t have a printer – ink is too expensive and I have sooo much gorgeous papers that I don’t use
    4. If digital die cuts require another piece of equipment I would pass
    5. I am better at visual learning – videos would be my first choice – or many photos with each written step.
    Your creations are amazing – I am in awe of everything you make. I am so happy that you are so willing to show, share and teach us.ReplyCancel

  • Lynn HardyJuly 25, 2013 - 5:20 am

    1. A mixture of both. I subscribe to your blog posts and read every one, marvelling at your artwork and picking up tips as I go along. It’s so good for the soul!
    2. Some simpler cards would be nice now and then. Your amazing layered creations are what you are known for and I admire them very much; however my time is often limited and I would not be able to recreate them often. A simple card would be much more achieveable for me to attempt. Having said that, please don’t stop making your wonderful layered creations as they are so beautiful and such a treat to admire!
    3. I never use digital paper. I sometimes use shop bought paper, but I am a stamper at heart and love to make my own backgrounds wherever possible.
    4. I never use digital cut outs. I have several die cutting machines (a Cricut, original Sizzix, Cuttlebug, Grand Calibur and Artisan Explorer), but none that would enable me to use digital downloads. Besides I love my dies (especially Spellbinders).
    5. I love your video tutorials. I’d like to be able to go back and find them later when I have time.

    I discovered you through Waltzing Mouse stamps and am also a huge fan of JustRite stamps and Spellbinders – so everything you do is right up my street! You introduced me to using lots of seam binding on my cards and your Bow Maker is one of the best and most useful tools I’ve ever bought, so thank you very much!ReplyCancel

  • Carol L.July 25, 2013 - 5:23 am

    1.Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn? To learn.
    2.How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely? Rarely. I love your more fancy cards.
    3.Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting? Sorry, no.
    4.Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting? No.
    5.What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace? A couple of years ago you did an incredible red and white snowflake card that when opened, the snowflakes popped up. You said you would do the instructions, but it was during a difficult time in your life and you didn’t. I did ask a couple of times over the year, but nothing came of it. I’d still
    love to learn that how to make that card. Thank you.ReplyCancel

  • Lisa DugginJuly 25, 2013 - 5:24 am

    1. Both
    2. Would love to see more, as time is hard to come by to make such detailed cards.
    3. Not really, might if I knew more.
    4. No, no machine
    5. What ever you and the Lord would like to share we us!ReplyCancel

  • NancyJBJuly 25, 2013 - 5:27 am

    1. Love to see and definitely Learn
    2. Often
    3. No
    4. No
    5. Definitely Tutorials
    You are always an inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • DianeJuly 25, 2013 - 5:31 am

    1. Both
    2. As much as any other card
    3. Yes
    4. No
    5. More tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Judith WillisJuly 25, 2013 - 5:31 am

    Becca, it really doesn’t matter to me, an interested in every aspect of the ideas and tecniques you present.
    1. Learn and see
    2. As much as any other card
    3. Have never used digital prints
    4.. Have not used digital cut outs
    5. Tutorials and inspiration

    May God continually bless you to bless us.ReplyCancel

  • Joanne StangoJuly 25, 2013 - 5:32 am

    Both. I enjoy both looking and learning new techniques on all kinds of things including, for example, alcohol inks.
    No thanks.
    No thanks.
    More tutorials. You so clearly explain things. Can we see your studio? How you organized it?
    Thank you for working to make things more searchable. I like to go back to previous things to do over again. I look forward to it being easierReplyCancel

  • Debbie BJuly 25, 2013 - 5:33 am

    1. Both
    2. I love what you do and come to see what is new.
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. Tutorials are great! You have such great ideas and I would like to be able to create layers as you do.ReplyCancel

  • Dottie DavisJuly 25, 2013 - 5:38 am

    It is so exciting to be part of a “learning curve” in another’s life! AND profit from it with your blog creations.
    1. Both
    2. 50% of the time
    3. Am open to digital printing but not often; printer ink is expensive and my printer is on the fritz.
    4. No
    5. Tutorials to explain the details of the cards as well as the assembly. When you make a card you may assume we know what glue you are using or what type of ink etc. when we really don’t. We are learning and need detailed instructions for a while; to get us up and running and speaking the same language! Also more masculine cards. Thanks Becca so much for asking.ReplyCancel

  • Mary Ann TJuly 25, 2013 - 5:42 am

    1. See 2. I don’t care, your style is what brought me here and I will follow where ever your style takes you. I’m sure your style will change with time as mine does, as everyone’s does. 3. Digi paper, yes. 4. Digi cut files, yes, 5. Your blog has always been a reflection of you and that’s how it should stay. You offer so much more than the average blogger. I follow you for inspiration and while I appreciate your tutorials and instructions, I am inspired just looking at the photos of your projects. Thank you for everything.ReplyCancel

  • HelenJuly 25, 2013 - 5:45 am

    2.as much as any card.
    I love when I see your e-mail in my box and I would love to hear from you every day,whether it is with a card or not.Cannot praise your work enough,every card is beautiful and your talent is AMAZING!ReplyCancel

  • phyllis zimmermanJuly 25, 2013 - 5:45 am

    1. both
    2. you decide, I like all
    3.no thanks,
    4. no thanks
    5. tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Sue AshtonJuly 25, 2013 - 5:46 am

    First of all Becca I want to say I love your blog, you are so inspiring.
    1 – Both – love looking at your gorgeous creations, and learing too.
    2 – Bit of both is great.
    3 – Open to digitial paper, great to get it instantly instead of having to go off to the shop (though I have never used didigital lol).
    4 – I have a Silhouette Cameo, so yes, happy to use digital files, though I do love my spellbinders.
    5 – love love more tutorials and/or step by step.
    Can’t wait to see what you do.

  • Sonia RJuly 25, 2013 - 5:48 am

    1. Both- love to see your creations and learn how you made them, how to use tools, new items out there, etc.
    2. More often than you do now- but also continue with your glitzy, glamorous ones!
    3. Yes.
    4. Not at this time- I have no electronic cutter.
    5. Tutorials, cards, projects, layouts (if you ever do any), tools, new items, etc.

    I do love visiting your site. I do not always get to leave a comment, but always look forward to what you share.ReplyCancel

  • CecJuly 25, 2013 - 5:49 am

    1. Both
    2. Rarely
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. Tutorials because you always do the best ones – clear, concise, informative and really inspirational.

    Can’t wait to see the new look.ReplyCancel

  • Sue LaneJuly 25, 2013 - 5:50 am

    1. Both
    2. often
    3.No thank you
    4.No thank you
    5. Return of ribbon tutorials please.

    I love ribbons and have learned to make so many lovely bows from you.
    Thank you for all your hard work and good luck with your new blog.ReplyCancel

  • anita byrneJuly 25, 2013 - 5:58 am

    1.i like to do both
    2.i like tii see all creations elaborate or simple
    5.tutorials were would we be without your clear and concise instructions and kniw howsReplyCancel

  • Sandra snowtonJuly 25, 2013 - 6:01 am

    1. Seeing your projects is inspirational and make you want to learn
    2. What I love about your cards is the ease in which you make your cards and the challenge for me, please don’t change
    3. Haven’t used digital paper, however, I come to your site to learn. So I am willing to learn how to use digital paper, I might like it.
    4. Just recently started trying to get into digital files, it feels lonely out here, that’s why I need to learn.
    5. I love tutorials and videos. Your site is truly amazing to me and I can’t wait to see what you create, it gives me hope that I can do it. Thank you for doing what you do.ReplyCancel

  • christiJuly 25, 2013 - 6:02 am

    hi, I have been a follower for years. I will answer the questions in tomorrows comment after I ponder on them awhile. one of the things I like about your blog is your style. you have incredible talent. sometimes I just glean a little idea here or there.ReplyCancel

  • Michel EJuly 25, 2013 - 6:09 am

    1. Both
    2. as much as any other card
    3. no
    4. yes
    5.more technique videosReplyCancel

  • JessicaJuly 25, 2013 - 6:09 am

    Hi Becca, I’ve been unable to comment for quite awhile, but have been watching! Here are my answers.
    1. Both
    2. Often (maybe once a week or 2 weeks.)
    3 No
    4 Don’t know how
    5 Tutorials/process videos.
    I hope this helps with your journey, You have indeed been challenging yourself, which keeps things interesting. Your talent is absolutely amazing, and I really enjoy watching your process videos. I’ve learned a great deal from your descriptions of how and why you do things. Thanks for all the knowledge you impart.

  • Sharon RoselliJuly 25, 2013 - 6:11 am

    1.Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn? everytime you post!
    2.How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely? that isn’t your style, whatever you create is beautiful.
    3.Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting?no
    4.Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting?no
    5.What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace? more of the same! I love your details. wish you would do more A2 cards they seem to be larger lately and I send to the troops often. they can only be A2 size.ReplyCancel

  • Pat PhillipsJuly 25, 2013 - 6:15 am

    1. I come for the inspiration you give me through sharing your amzing talent and beautiful works of art.
    2. Several a week
    3. Yes, love using digital
    5. Your excellant tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Vivienne PeternellaJuly 25, 2013 - 6:18 am

    1. Yes to learn and relax from my busy work
    2. Yes the combinations of layers are so awsome but the simple ones are great too
    3. If it is not so expensive i would like to try
    4. Not really

  • Dotty AJuly 25, 2013 - 6:20 am

    Both please.
    As much as.
    No thanks.
    No thanks.
    Love your Tutorials with a printed cheat sheet.ReplyCancel

  • Vicky SmithJuly 25, 2013 - 6:20 am

    I. Both
    2. I am enlightened by whatever you do.
    3. no
    4. no
    5.It amazes me how well the dies cut for you when I have so much trouble with intricates, even after using wax paper. Lessons?? Also like links to companies you use, so keep up the good work!!ReplyCancel

  • Mary e LambosJuly 25, 2013 - 6:21 am

    Dear sweet Becca,
    1. Both, I get so excited when I see you have a new post!
    2. Doesn’t really matter, I love to see how creative you get with your ideas!
    3. It’s ok, but sometimes what I see on the computer is not what my printer ends up printing-sometimes the colors are way off.
    4. No, not really.
    5. Cards, cards, and more of your amazing cards!

    Hope this helps! Have a wonderful day!ReplyCancel

  • Susan SlaterJuly 25, 2013 - 6:21 am

    1. Both 2. As Much 3. yes 4. yes 5. Creativity, ideas & inspiration

    I have never used cut files and rarely print files but open to both. I love your style and can only imagine the beautiful designs you would have. I may become a quick fan.ReplyCancel

  • Marcie SmithJuly 25, 2013 - 6:22 am

    1. Both
    2. Rarely
    3. Absolutely!!
    4. yes, but I really love the dies
    5. I love your tutorials, and the fact that you give us your sources so clearly!!! Of course I would love to see a gallery that reverts us back to the original post, if possible, but I truely love your blog. I would love to see more on your storage solutions as tools change and die collections expand and change sizes, etc. But, I think you and your blog, are absolutely one of the best!!!!!!!!!! You have definitely opened my eyes to creating out side the box and I thank you.

  • Jenny PierceJuly 25, 2013 - 6:22 am

    1. Learn, definitely
    2. as much as any other cards
    3. No
    4. No
    5. More tutorials

    I love all your work, you are the most talented lady I have come across.ReplyCancel

  • JudyJuly 25, 2013 - 6:25 am

    1. I come to Amazing Paper Grace to both see and learn, but especially to learn.
    2. I honestly prefer cards with many layers, one or two layer cards just doesn’t do it for me, I always feel like there is something missing.
    3. I don’t think that I’m interested in using digital paper in my crafting.
    4. Not interested in the digital cut files either, to me, the digital cut files takes away the homemade look of a card.
    5. I would like you to continue you with multiple layered cards, showing us the products that you use and explaining why you use them and why you feel they are better than other similar products on the market, how you organize your supplies (like you’ve done many times in the past), etc. and I love it when you video tape more intricate cards and/or projects.
    Thanks for another great opportunity to win a terrific prize.ReplyCancel

  • Pam PJuly 25, 2013 - 6:26 am

    1. Both
    3. No
    4. No
    5.Your tutorials, I enjoy your teaching style

    I enjoy whatever you decide to post on your blog, your creations are amazing!ReplyCancel

  • colleen howellJuly 25, 2013 - 6:32 am

    1. Both
    2. Rarely
    3. NO due to price
    4. NO do not have the proper equipment
    5. Would love to know where you get your embellishments for your Bows, tutorials, new techniques, a Place to ask you questions with Responses

    I love your creativity, it awes me! Do not know how you can improve on perfection but waiting to see what it is! ThanksReplyCancel

  • Sue FeldJuly 25, 2013 - 6:32 am

    1. Both 2. As much as other 3. Yes 4. No 5. More A2 sized cards.

    I’ve never used digital paper, but I think I’d like to try it. Thanks so much for sharing both your talent and your heart.ReplyCancel

  • Debby GJuly 25, 2013 - 6:34 am

    1. Learn 2. rarely 3. no 4. yes 5. More Tutorials, I like printed tutorials and photos better than video. I follow your blog regularly and really enjoy your beautiful work.ReplyCancel

  • AliceHJuly 25, 2013 - 6:34 am

    1. Both to drool and to learn
    2. No matter- I love everything you make
    3. Yes
    4. Not really
    5. Your oh so excellent tutorials ( incl. video tutorials which show your explanation to perfection ) and with your new downloadable instructions.ReplyCancel

  • sheilaJuly 25, 2013 - 6:36 am

    1. Both – Love to look and I always learn.
    2. Sometimes one layer is good but you are the master of multiples.
    3. Digital isn’t as interesting to me. Seems to rely mostly on the printer.
    4. Maybe but I don’t think there’s the same satisfaction.
    5. More tutorials would be excellent!ReplyCancel

  • Linda R.July 25, 2013 - 6:37 am

    Cannot wait to see your improvements!
    1. Learn
    2. As much as the other
    4. No.
    5. Your wonderfully detailed video tutorials.
    Thanks for putting your heart and soul into sharing with us!ReplyCancel

  • PaulineJuly 25, 2013 - 6:37 am

    1 – Both, I love seeing all your beautiful creations as well as learning.
    2 – I love whatever you do whether it’s many layers or just minimal layers
    3- no thanks
    4- no thanks
    5 tutuorials – I love your step by step instructions, would love to see more in the futureReplyCancel

  • Margarita DickensJuly 25, 2013 - 6:38 am

    1. Both
    2. Rarely
    3. Yes, there are such interesting designs to be had
    4. Yes, absolutely
    5. More tutorials in either video or written would be welcome.ReplyCancel

  • BelaJuly 25, 2013 - 6:40 am

    1. Learn and be inspired.
    2. Whatever you do is gorgeous, so no matter.
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. More tutorials would be great wrt to techniques.

  • TeresaJuly 25, 2013 - 6:41 am

    1. see and learn
    2. rarely
    4. yes
    5. tutorials , tips, your beautiful creationsReplyCancel

  • MelindaJuly 25, 2013 - 6:42 am

    1. Mostly to see. I’d love to learn how to make cards like you but I’m afraid I could never make them as good as you.
    2. Love all your cards but prefer the simple cards.
    3. No to digital papers
    4. Yes to cut files!
    5. More tutorials.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win. Looking forward to seeing what your new blog will be.ReplyCancel

  • Marlene IacuzziJuly 25, 2013 - 6:43 am

    1. to add beauty and inspiration to my day, and also to learn the how-to’s. But also just to experience a little bit of the person you are. I so admire you for many reasons.
    2.At least once a week. One of my frustrations is that I cannot afford all of the materials that go into your cards.
    3.Somewhat, although ink cartridges are pricey, and I would not be a big user.
    4. not sure–don’t you need special equipment. i need to be more computer savy.
    5.Your gallery is going to be so appreciated. And maybe occasional links to places where you see things you really like.ReplyCancel

  • Rachel BrooksJuly 25, 2013 - 6:43 am

    Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn? BOTH
    How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely? MORE OFTEN – I’m A SIMPLE PERSON
    Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting? NOT DIGITAL _ YET
    Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting? NOT DIGITAL _ YET
    What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace? KEEP UP THE TUTORIALS AND TIPS ON TECHNIQUES

    Look forward to your new site!ReplyCancel

  • PatJuly 25, 2013 - 6:44 am

    1 Both
    2 love them all
    3 yes
    4 yes
    5 more tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Loretta SanfordJuly 25, 2013 - 6:44 am

    1. both – I loved your work then got into hearing about your life
    2. very – simple shows how you can pull it back and still look great
    3. no
    3 no
    5. more – instructions also if you would reuse some of your old stamp sets and diesReplyCancel

  • terriavidreaderJuly 25, 2013 - 6:49 am

    1: both! 2. as much as any other. 3. yes. 4. yes maybe. 5.I love seeing all the fancy cards using the die cuts, but ideas for those of us who cannot afford those would be nice too. Maybe a weekly feature on more CAS cards.
    I love your work, something to aspire to, but I also come for ideas.as more achievable goals for me!ReplyCancel

  • ann robbinsJuly 25, 2013 - 6:52 am

    1. Both see and learn!
    2.As much as any other card.
    3.Absolutely, I have already bought some and love it. From one of your posts, the paper was so beautiful I just had to have it.
    4. Not too familiar with it but if it is not too time consuming very well might.
    5. Anything that you put on is of interest to me. Your work is just so beautiful. One thing I would like is for you to make a suggestion of what is the basic dies from Spellbinder, like the “must haves”. Another thing I would like is if you would put the basic size of the cards you create. Think you have started doing this along with the size of the cuts for the layers. I am definitely a layered card person, thanks to you, Becca!

  • MONICA EDWARDSJuly 25, 2013 - 6:52 am

    !. Both
    5. TutorialsReplyCancel

  • Margaret Andersen - AustraliaJuly 25, 2013 - 6:53 am

    1. I check your site every single day . I have learnt so much from you and I am sure there is still much more to learn.
    2. I love everything you do. The simple cards are great but you make the more difficult cards seem simple and I am amazed that you can come up with such beautiful cards.
    3. Yes I do use digital paper
    4. I am keen on digital designs but I feel I need someone to show me how to use them properly
    5. Tutorials please. They are absolutely wonderful.

    Thank you so much Becca for the beautiful work you do and for sharing it with us.ReplyCancel

  • Deanna CollinsJuly 25, 2013 - 6:54 am

    1. BOTH
    2. Simple/more
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. I don’t have any suggestions other than I just want to see more and more of whatever you are doing. You are an inspiration to me always.ReplyCancel

  • Tami BJuly 25, 2013 - 6:56 am

    1. Both
    2. I’d like to see you do more
    3. Maybe
    4. Yes, (for when I get a cutting machine)
    5. Just the same; lots of inspiration, creativity & beautyReplyCancel

  • Peg AdamsJuly 25, 2013 - 6:57 am

    1. I come to APG to learn & be inspired by your creativity!
    2. While I enjoy your multiple layered creations, I also think that there maybe others who would love designs that featured simple designs that could be elevated if one has the time & the materials/tools, i.e. beginner, intermediate or advanced. Successfully creating a simplier design will definitely inspire newbies & the ramped up version will please the more experienced crafter.
    3. Digi papers? Why not, especially if I’m looking for that special paper that suits my creation but I don’t have it on hand. Also the closest scrapbooking store, other than Michael’s or AC Moore, is a 45 minute drive.
    4. Digi cut files? I’m game but still working on my learning curve with my Cameo.
    5. Absolutely adore your videos! I’ve saved everyone! PDF tutorials would be a big help (more work for you but a big savings on printer ink & paper for me). Basically, I enjoy reading your blog & really miss it when you’re not posting.
    As I don’t often submit comments, I would just like to say “Thank you” for everything you share with your APG fans.ReplyCancel

  • Judy I, St. LouisJuly 25, 2013 - 7:01 am

    1. Learn – your Becca Bits are so inspiring.
    2. Although I lean more to CAS personally, I love seeing your creations and trying to CASE some of them.
    3. No
    4. No
    5. More Becca Bits and other tutorials.ReplyCancel

  • Heather S.July 25, 2013 - 7:01 am

    1. Both
    2. I would like to see a little more of the simpler cards.
    3. I love digi papers … I purchase them a lot … very cost effective.
    4. I don’t have a digi cutter so … no.
    5. I love your video tutorials and would enjoy seeing more of them. I’m a sight learner so once I see it, it makes more sense.
    You are a blessing to so many … keep up your ministry :)ReplyCancel

  • Kathy HJuly 25, 2013 - 7:03 am

    1. Definitely both.
    2. rarely
    3. yes
    4. yes
    5. tutorials, and the gallery (thanks for working on that!)ReplyCancel

  • HollyJuly 25, 2013 - 7:06 am

    1. both
    2. sure!!
    3. never tried em…
    4. again, never tried em…
    5. more and more gorgeous artwork and inspiration :-)ReplyCancel

  • Jan D., FloridaJuly 25, 2013 - 7:07 am

    1. Both
    2. Rarely
    3. No
    4. No
    5. Short videos/tutorials/bitsReplyCancel

  • Becky GreenJuly 25, 2013 - 7:07 am

    Hi Becca!!!!!!!!!:)
    1) I come to see & to learn! 2) I make the more simple cards because of cost alone BUT, I LOOOOOOVE seeing & understanding just HOW you do the many layered cards! I like a GOOD MIX!!!!! Do what YOU LOVE!!!!! THAT will make EVERYONE HAPPY!!!! 3) No, I’m not interested in digital paper- I don’t have one of those expensive printers 4) Exactly, what are “digital cut file?” Images? TEACH those of us who don’t know???? DAH! I THINK I just figured it out! “Cut files” for those electronic machines? I don’t have one of those either! :( BUT, I know MANY OTHERS DO!!! :)
    5) I’m not “picky” I enjoy EVERYTHING you do Becca! :)ReplyCancel

  • Rosie s.July 25, 2013 - 7:08 am

    1. Both
    2. Rarely
    3. Maybe
    4. No
    5. TutorialsReplyCancel

  • DianaJuly 25, 2013 - 7:09 am

    1. both
    2. often
    3. no
    4. no
    5. Would like to see more “mailing friendly” cards….less fluff, beautiful but cannot be mailed. Also would like to see more of how you finish off the inside of your cards.ReplyCancel

  • Norine MuellerJuly 25, 2013 - 7:09 am

    of course
    more tutorials

    thanks for always sharing with us you are amazing
    Hugs NorineReplyCancel

  • AndreaJuly 25, 2013 - 7:10 am

    1. I come to see and learn.
    2. As much as any other card.
    3. No
    4. Yes
    5. More Tutorials.

    You give me inspiration!

  • Sue NelsonJuly 25, 2013 - 7:11 am

    1. Both.
    2. I like the more complex cards you design.
    3. No.
    4. No.
    5. Lot of blog candy! And I’m looking forward to the downloadable instructions.ReplyCancel

  • Margaret MorrisJuly 25, 2013 - 7:11 am

    1. Both see and learn-extra tutorials always welcome.
    2. Like both simple and “fancy” cards.
    3. No
    4. Don’t know what that is.
    5. Like everything you do–always spectacular.
    Thanks for asking. I consider it a privilege to see your work.ReplyCancel

  • susi kJuly 25, 2013 - 7:13 am

    First off, Becca, I want to say that I can’t WAIT to see what you’ve got in store for us blog readers! I just know it’ll be FABULOUS, like everything you do!
    1. Both
    2. I’m in between “as much as any other card” and “rarely”. Your cards are so detailed & lovely.
    3. No
    4. No
    5. Perhaps a few step photos of how you put together your cards so that it makes me feel that I can make something as lovely as you do. Doesn’t necessarily have to be for every card.ReplyCancel

  • Kathy B.July 25, 2013 - 7:14 am

    1. Both to see and learn
    2. Sometimes a simple card is nice to have in mind for a last minute card
    3. No
    4. No
    5. Tutorials and gallery
    I enjoy your biblical basis in life and you reflect it so well in your cards! Praise the Lord for his faithfulness during tough times.ReplyCancel

  • Donna RJuly 25, 2013 - 7:14 am

    1. Both!
    2. All cards are welcome
    4. Yes
    5. I’ve never been disappointed in coming to your blog. There is always something new to see or learn. I enjoyed Becca’s Bits a lot and I’ve saved them all. I also liked your questions of the week that you used to do.ReplyCancel

  • Sue BJuly 25, 2013 - 7:15 am

    1) Becca, I do both! I love seeing your creations and you inspire and teach me – one day I will actually be able to make a card that you might actually feel proud to know you inspired!!

    2)Your creativity is what brings me back – it’s all about YOU and how you feel not necessarily what I want. You have to do what you want when you want to be true to your self!

    3)Not really – they never seem to print out how I see them on the screen!

    4) I have never done this…. not even sure what it is lol!!

    5) I love your tutorials – always so clear so definitely more of those! I am fairly new to your blog but I enjoy reading it – the “you-ness” of it. I like that you always give suppliers names – helps me track down things here in Canada! The gallery would be wonderful! Keep up the AMAZING work :-)ReplyCancel

  • Jan PoldervaardJuly 25, 2013 - 7:15 am

    1. See
    2. Often
    3. No
    4. No
    5. tutorials.ReplyCancel

  • Cheri JJuly 25, 2013 - 7:17 am

    1) Inspiration and learn your techniques
    2) If I wanted simple cards, I would visit another site….
    3) I have used digital paper, but prefer “real”
    4) I don’t have any type of cutting machine, but if the files were .jpg that would be wonderful because I could cut them myself
    5) I originally came because of the beauty of your cards, you’re so artistic. I was in an extremely bad place emotionally, so needed a creative outlet. Now, I am farther along, and realize I don’t have to CASE every one of your cards (although I have a separate file on my desktop with your creations, hahaha!) and I use them as inspiration (it also helps me to decide which SB’s I want to purchase!)ReplyCancel

  • Nancy SandersJuly 25, 2013 - 7:18 am

    Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn? Both!
    How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely? I am drawn to your cards because they are more complex.
    Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting? I’m open to it, but I usually use digital focals and sentiments, rather than digital paper – takes too much ink!
    Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting? yes
    What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace? More of the same! I love your creations. I love that you tell us which dies, specifically that you used and I love the tutorials.
    Keep up the FABULOUS work!ReplyCancel

  • Judy StuttsJuly 25, 2013 - 7:18 am

    I have learned so much from your blog and have tried many of your examples. Although I do not use so many layers because of mailing expenses I can still incorporate your ideas. I especially love how you mix and match spellbinders dies. The only problem there is I want to buy more and more! Thank you for your blog.ReplyCancel

  • Rita QualterJuly 25, 2013 - 7:21 am

    1. Both
    2. As much
    3. No
    4. No
    5. I would like to know the size of the final card, how you mail it, what’s inside. Your “cards” aren’t really cards – they are works of art!ReplyCancel

  • EmmyJuly 25, 2013 - 7:26 am

    1. Love seeing but would like to learn
    2. Often
    3. No
    4. Yes
    5. Tutorials
    You do an amazing job!!! I LOVE your website. Your projects seem out of my reach, but I so love to just look!!!!ReplyCancel

  • MarleneJuly 25, 2013 - 7:27 am

    Thank-you for all you do. I love your blog.
    1. I come to your blog to see and to learn. I have your bow maker.
    2. I enjoy the fancy cards but I am more likely to try to simplify them a bit because I don’t have all the dies, etc. that it might take to make the card.
    3 & 4. I have not gotten into digital card making yet and don’t have the ability to use cut files.
    5. I might be more inclined to purchase an expensive die if I would see more cards made with the same die. Could you give us a variety of cards using the same die?ReplyCancel

  • Jane FiresJuly 25, 2013 - 7:27 am

    1 Both
    2. Easier
    3 no
    4 no
    5 tutioralsReplyCancel

  • EmmyJuly 25, 2013 - 7:27 am

    1. Love to see but would like to learn
    2. Would love to see simple cards as well
    3. No
    4. Yes
    5. Tutorials
    LOVE your website. Your projects seem out of my reach to do but I love seeing them!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Vickie KrivacsJuly 25, 2013 - 7:29 am

    1. Both
    2. I love your complex sophistication and layers.
    3. No digital papers/too much ink needed
    4. Yes
    5. I appreciate all of your organization tips. Would love to know how you store your paper.ReplyCancel

  • Elaine ShryockJuly 25, 2013 - 7:29 am

    Becca, I watch your work from several sites…love it all! Just keep doing what you do best….being Becca! Thanks for everything, ElaineReplyCancel

  • Becky W.July 25, 2013 - 7:29 am

    1. both- lots of inspiration here and I love learning how to make it happen!
    2. I come here for the layered cards, am still blown away by the elegance you achieve either way
    3. digi papers are great
    4. cut files are a great idea, but I won’t be able to use them :(
    5. I’d love to see more tutorials- video and otherwiseReplyCancel

  • Pamela LengyelJuly 25, 2013 - 7:31 am

    1, learn and see
    2. Rarely
    3. no
    4. yes
    5. I just love everything you post every time you post. Love your instructions, love that you link the dies you used, love all your hints, THANKS FOR THE WAXPAPER ONE!!!!!!!! now I really enjoy using my dies, and any tutorials that you may think of for us, when you have the time. NO PRESSURE!!! LOLReplyCancel

  • Clare DempseyJuly 25, 2013 - 7:32 am

    I love digital cutting files and often scrap lift ideas with what I have. I love your video tutorials too. Thanks for the chance to win!ReplyCancel

  • Gail SpenceJuly 25, 2013 - 7:33 am

    1. LEARN and to be inspired!
    2. When you feel like doing one. The simple cards are great to see too!
    3. & 4. . Really do not know how to use
    5. More tutorials and any organizational tips you have!ReplyCancel

  • Peggy PhillipsJuly 25, 2013 - 7:36 am

    1. Both learn and see.
    2. I love the layers, the more the better. I love your work and have used a lot of your ideas and bought the dies to go with them.
    3. No
    4. Yes, I love using die cuts.
    5. I would love to see more tutorials. I love learning new techniques and using new dies.ReplyCancel

  • GloriaJuly 25, 2013 - 7:37 am

    learn, rarely, no, some, more tutorials.ReplyCancel

  • Nikki SmithJuly 25, 2013 - 7:40 am

    Thanks for sharing your beautiful cards.
    1. to see
    2. as much as any other card
    3. no
    4. no
    5. tutorial
    I am a simple cardmaker but I do love to look at your elaborate cards.ReplyCancel

  • Kay LongJuly 25, 2013 - 7:44 am

    1. See & Learn

    2. as much as any other card

    3. yes

    4. yes

    5. more tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Amanda HavJuly 25, 2013 - 7:47 am

    Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn? ~ Both

    How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely? ~ Rarely

    Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting? ~ No

    Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting? ~ Yes

    What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace? ~ More Step-By-Step Tutorials, Please!

    Thank you for a chance to win! :)ReplyCancel

  • Carol HintermeierJuly 25, 2013 - 7:48 am

    1. See and learn
    2. Maybe every once in a while–LOVE your layers
    3. I might use digital papers if I knew how.
    4. I don’t have the machine for digital cut files.
    5. How about thought processes on your designs? Sometimes I feel like I just stare at my papers and tools and don’t know how to get started. Also, I really enjoy tutorials/videos on more detailed projects.ReplyCancel

  • fitaJuly 25, 2013 - 7:49 am

    1. both (mostly learn)
    2. sometimes
    3. yes
    4. ?? will you need special equipment like cricket,etc or can you print digital images to cardstock
    5. more tutorials especially videos LOVE themReplyCancel

  • DonnaJuly 25, 2013 - 7:51 am

    My survey:

    1. both
    2. rarely
    3. yes
    4. not sure what it is
    5. more tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Lynn GuitardJuly 25, 2013 - 7:51 am

    #1, learn, learn and learn, you are my inspiration.
    # 2 rarely
    # 3 yes
    # 4 yes
    # 5 anything i can learn from you is a bonus. i love your designs, your blogs are great, keep up the great work.ReplyCancel

  • Cheryl BJuly 25, 2013 - 7:52 am

    1. see and learn
    2. often
    3. no
    4. yes
    5. variety – some elegant, cards for men, tutorials tooReplyCancel

  • sherryJuly 25, 2013 - 7:53 am

    1. Come to learn 2.Love clean and simple cards with only a few layers. 3. No don’t like at all. 4. No don’t have a cameo etc. 5.New techniques and tuterorials. Creative die use.ReplyCancel

  • Lynette SadowyJuly 25, 2013 - 7:55 am

    With all the inspiration you have offered me over the years I am very happy to answer without the offer of winning anything (although I’d enjoy them :)
    1. Both, but mostly to learn how you did something.
    2. Occasionally because your layered cards are what brought me here originally and why I joined your kit club.
    3. Haven’t used digital paper but would like to try if not too expensive to print.
    4. I use free and purchased digital cut files all the time for my Cricut.
    5. Always enjoy watching your videos to learn new techniques. Would enjoy more unique items like the birdcage and boxes (not that I’ve tried either except in your kits…..lol
    Thanks for all you do. God Bless.ReplyCancel

  • Evelyn A JJuly 25, 2013 - 7:56 am

    layers are great but ones that are easy to mail;
    I like to touch so digital is not my thing;
    a variety of cards and masculine ones are always needed.

  • Julie JamesJuly 25, 2013 - 7:58 am

    I love your kind of art, the inspiration you bring and the ‘common sense’ approach you have when creating.
    1. Learn & see
    2. I just love looking at your work & getting tips & ideas from you
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. I’m happy with anything you suggest & any new ideas you have are ok with me.
    Many thanks Becca & God Bless.

  • Barb E.July 25, 2013 - 7:59 am

    1. See and Learn
    2. A little more often
    3. No
    4. No
    5. Tutorials – video and “option” to print instructions, Beccas’ Bits (love them), specific info on dies used. Love the sidebar link specific to dies used-makes my shopping easy!!ReplyCancel

  • Betsy B.July 25, 2013 - 7:59 am

    1. see and learn ~ love to look at your exquisite creations, but I also love to learn new things from you.
    2. Maybe cards made with a fewer number of dies ~ I find myself always wanting more dies because I don’t have all the ones you’re using. That’s one of the things I LOVED about the kits you were producing ~ I always had everything I needed to create a beautiful product!
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. New techniques, various ways to use tools, video tutorialsReplyCancel

  • LilaJuly 25, 2013 - 8:00 am

    1. I love to see what you are up to Becca and especially love when you provide tutorials and tips for making your beautiful projects.

    2. rarely – I often share your blog because of your elaborate style.

    3. no I doubt I will use digital paper.

    4. possibly

    5. I love to learn so tutorials and tips would be great.

    PS I can’t wait to see your gallery :}ReplyCancel

  • Gail D.July 25, 2013 - 8:02 am

    1. Both
    2. Tend to layer my cards as that is what brought me to this site but I have been expanding into other ideas as well.
    3. No
    4. No
    5. I love the tutorials. They just present a more hands on approach and it is so much easier to see how something is done then to just read it all the time. It tends to clear up the foggy areas of instructions real quick and have the light bulb go on.
    I love your site with all your wonderful ideas and hope this helps make your site even better.ReplyCancel

  • Lisa N.July 25, 2013 - 8:02 am

    1. Both
    2. As much as any other card
    3. No
    4. No
    5. More tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Diane M.July 25, 2013 - 8:02 am

    1. See and Learn
    2. As much as any other card
    3. NO
    4. NO
    5. anything you do is pleasing to see on your blog. Like the idea of downloadable tutorial.

    Look forward to seeing changes you have coming.ReplyCancel

  • Lynne IngramJuly 25, 2013 - 8:03 am

    1-both, 2-rarely, 3-not at this time, ink is expensive, 4-Do not have a machine that will cut them, 5-more layered cards with flatter bows that fit in regular envelopes. and more tutorials.ReplyCancel

  • Barbara TJuly 25, 2013 - 8:04 am

    Hi Becca,

    Thank you for your blog, your wonderful creations and for asking our opinions. To answer your questions –

    1. mostly to see. Some of your creations are just so beautiful and detailed. I often case projects for my personal enjoyment. I like to do things with my hands. However, I couldnt begin to get all the product that you as a designer have access to.

    2. I would like to see more simple cards as well . see above

    3. yes but the printing costs for digital files are steep.

    4. Very much so, As an older crafter with deteriorating eyesite I find that I am using diecuts more and more. Coloring is not my thing

    5. I love tutorials, and learning different ways to use an itemReplyCancel

  • SheriJuly 25, 2013 - 8:08 am

    to learn and also just to gaze at the beauty!
    no – no way to use them
    more simple tutorialsReplyCancel

  • ChristineJuly 25, 2013 - 8:09 am

    1. Both
    2. Rarely
    3. Yes
    4. Yes…I do now and love it!
    5. I love your video tutorials and Becca Bits!ReplyCancel

  • kaye SullivanJuly 25, 2013 - 8:10 am

    1. both 2. as much as any other card 3. no 4. no 5. a little more detail on the steps you use to create your beautiful cards – more tutorials would be wonderful. Thanks for your inspiration, Becca!ReplyCancel

  • LaureenJuly 25, 2013 - 8:11 am

    1. Both
    2. As much as any other card
    3. Yes
    4. What are they?
    5. Tutorials and Videos

    I like to be able to come back and look at your videos/tutorials from the past, thanks Becca for all you do.ReplyCancel

  • MargaretJuly 25, 2013 - 8:11 am

    I come to learn and for inspiration, I love all your cards ,I haven’t tried the digital stuff ,but with your tutourials I’m sure it would be easy to do .Just keep doing what you do and inspire us all.ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer SJuly 25, 2013 - 8:12 am

    1.both 2.sometimes 3. no 4. not sure; haven’t ever used 5. tutorialsReplyCancel

  • MelindaJuly 25, 2013 - 8:14 am

    1. I come to see and learn. I love to use parts of your cards in making my own. Your blog is very inspiring. (And I loved your kits.)
    2. I like simpler cards as much as any other card.
    3. Yes
    4. Yes, but I don’t have the means at the moment.
    5. The downloadable instructions sounds like a brilliant idea.


  • Lee AnnJuly 25, 2013 - 8:14 am

    I commend you on putting this out there. I am a full-time employee outside the home with a stressful job. I am a part-time CTMH consultant. I love to make cards & scrapbook as an escape. I started a blog & it became a full time deal in it’s self. It took away from actually crafting trying to get cards & pages loaded up etc. I did not have the time to work on it everyday. I hope you devote your time to your creations & not get wrapped up in a blog. I love your cards and would love to have the recipes. If nothing else the tools/dies you used to create the card. You are correct when you say “stay true to yourself”.ReplyCancel

  • Candy MeyersJuly 25, 2013 - 8:16 am

    I come to learn and get inspired.
    Once in a while a simple one is okay, but I prefer a variety.
    I haven’t tried using digital paper in my work, but I’m not opposed to it.
    I’d give digital files a try. Not too sure how that would work
    I like projects as well as unusual cards.

    You have inspired many things in me. Keep it up. I feel my cards and projects are better because of you.ReplyCancel

  • Sallie HayesJuly 25, 2013 - 8:17 am

    !. mostly see but love to learn
    2.as much
    3.yes would LOVE to
    4.yes learn
    5.More tutorials

    Bless your heart for being open to evolving change. I should do more introspection, myselfReplyCancel

  • Barbara PalmerJuly 25, 2013 - 8:17 am

    1. I come to amazingpapergrace.com to be inspired by what you’ve come up with next and to learn your techniques.
    2.I like to see simple, minimal layer cards here as much as any other card?
    3. I am open to using digital paper in your crafting. I may not use it as often as actual paper simply because I share our printer with my husband.
    4.I would like to learn how to using digital cut files – I’ve seen and read about them but have not yet tried to use digital cut files.
    5.I would like to continue to see the beautiful cards that you create that reflect my life, my faith and my values. I love that you list the supplies that you use to create your cards but occaisionally need (or want) more details than are provided. Like how to make the beautiful stick pins you use so often that are hard to find in my small town.ReplyCancel

  • Lisa SackettJuly 25, 2013 - 8:19 am

    1. See 1st, then Learn. 2. Often 3. Yes. 4. Yes. 5. Craft room ideas, organization tutorials, tips & tricks in using supplies, & interactive elements.

    Becca, what you already do is ah-mazing! But if you’re interested in trying something new, I’d say go for it! Casual readers will come and go, but your faithful followers will encourage you. It has been a crazy, busy year for me this year so I’ve not been able to comment as I’d like. But I wanted to let you know you have my full support in whatever you’d like to do…you might even take up Art Journaling (I think you’d love it). Btw, if my name is randomly drawn, feel free to draw again. I already received these lovely cases & I’d love to give others a chance. I just wanted to comment…for you. God bless you…and all your future endeavors!ReplyCancel

  • Pam ChambersJuly 25, 2013 - 8:21 am

    1. to see and learn
    2. often
    3. somewhat
    4. no
    5. cards with tutorials and cards that aren’t so fancy and time consuming to make.ReplyCancel

  • Janice S.July 25, 2013 - 8:21 am

    I enjoy reading your blog.
    1: I come to see and learn.
    2: As much as anyother card.
    3: No.
    4: No.
    5: I would like to see pictures and instructions.ReplyCancel

  • JanJuly 25, 2013 - 8:23 am

    1. both
    2, I like both types of cards, then I learn more.
    3. No
    4, No
    5, More of your great videos, they are very easy to follow to make the project myself.ReplyCancel

  • NatalieJuly 25, 2013 - 8:25 am

    1. for inspiration
    2. often
    3. no
    4. no
    5. Cards that are more “mail friendly” and cards that incorporate different old and new Spellbinder die cuts.ReplyCancel

  • JanineJuly 25, 2013 - 8:25 am

    1. Love to learn
    2.Love to see simple cards as much as detailed cards—the simple cards are just easier for me to make and I like the ideas with the simple design. As a general rule, I can’t afford all of the dies to make the grand looking cards that I see here but I love them all the same when you post them. It’s just at times the styles are somewhat out of reach for me to try.
    3. I’m not a fan of digital—my printer stinks….lol
    4. I don’t know a lot about digital cut files. I have a Cricut but don’t know anything on how to use it for digital cut files.
    5. I love your site and all that you do and share with us—-you are the Amazing behind the Paper Grace—you rock!!ReplyCancel

  • Elaine JohnsonJuly 25, 2013 - 8:29 am

    1. To see, to learn, to be inspired.
    2. I love layered cards, pile it on
    3. No.There are perfect papers available. Or, make my own
    4. Not into computer generated anything , paper and ink too expensive
    5. Everything you do is worthwhile checking out.

    You are growing, good for you. It is hard for the human race to embrace change. Kudos to you. I love all your work.ReplyCancel

  • Susan H.July 25, 2013 - 8:30 am

    1. I guess I would say see because I think your cards are too hard for me, but I would love to turn into a learner. You’ve inspired me to buy dies used on your cards, but I haven’t used them yet.

    2. As often as any other card because your simple would be beautiful!
    3. Open
    4. yes.
    5. More tutorials, video or print, including some on 3D projects.ReplyCancel

  • TheresaJuly 25, 2013 - 8:33 am

    1. I love to learn how you do your cards which are so inspirational.
    2. I like the complexity of your cards–the added touches of layers, ribbons and bows, pearls, pins.
    3. Not a fan of digital paper since it eats up a lot of printer ink. If I had unlimited ink I wouldn’t mind.
    4. Can’t afford the digital cutting machines.
    5. I’d love to see tutorials on any of your cards–they are spectacular.
    Like supply lists to know which dies you are using.ReplyCancel

  • Nancy L MJuly 25, 2013 - 8:35 am

    I love all the cards you show us! 1. Both 2. half n’ half 3. Yes 4. No…I have no way to do that 5. Tutorials and more tutorials…and way moe A2 sized cards!ReplyCancel

  • Glenda DavisJuly 25, 2013 - 8:39 am

    1. Learn and enjoy your creations.
    2. rarely
    3. yes
    4. no, I don’t have a machine to use these
    5. More of your beautiful creations and tutorials.
    I love your cards and have learned a lot from your creations and tutorials.
    Thanks for sharing your talent with us.ReplyCancel

  • Charlene DahlbergJuly 25, 2013 - 8:40 am

    1. I am inspired by your talent and come to your site to learn, both card and craft ideas and life and spirit encouragement .
    2I love all your cards and especially like to see how you use dies in so many wonderful combinations.
    3 .Digital is not easy for me but I have downloaded some digital images that you have shown. I have them saved but have not used them yet. I think you probably have a printer that does a much better job than mine. I have taken some on a flash drive to be printed out at Staples and got much better results
    4 not interested in using digital cuts in crafting
    5 love your tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Ann C.July 25, 2013 - 8:41 am

    1. Mostly to see your unique style and secondly to learn from your tutorials.
    2. I would like to see more simple styles that would be possible to CASE because I don’t have all the dies you use and will never have them!
    3. Only just a little. I don’t want to buy more stuff, more equipment. I would rather use what I have.
    4. No, I am not going to buy anymore equipment.
    5. Fresh looks for tried but true older supplies. I know the industry wants to keep us buying, buying, buying, but money is tight and I would love to see beautiful renditions of older supplies.ReplyCancel

  • Melissa BoveJuly 25, 2013 - 8:41 am

    1. Both. I love to look at your amazing work and to learn new techniques from you.
    2. As much as any other card you make!
    3. Yes.
    4. Yes.
    5. More of your amazing tutorials and videos! Especially using your fab dies!!

    I just came on your blog yesterday to look at your Spellbinders storage cases! I so need those! :-)


  • Cathy EggerJuly 25, 2013 - 8:41 am

    1. Both
    2. As much as any card
    3. No because of quality
    4. No
    5. More tutorials and cards that don’t use the newest dies. Many of us don’t have them yet and can’t get everything that is new.ReplyCancel

  • Kay MatsonJuly 25, 2013 - 8:42 am

    1. Learn
    2. Often
    3. yes
    4. yes
    5. Cards with smaller bows.
    I never tire of your beautiful cards…keep-em coming!ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer WilliamsJuly 25, 2013 - 8:44 am

    1. I come to learn and for inspiration.
    2. I like the beautiful multi-layered cards,and every time I see one I am out to buy a new die(so I REALLY need to win) But my budget is now very small because of furloughs so I would like something less complicated and that uses what I already have or just simple, easy but pretty.
    3. I am open for using digital Paper and have actually checked out the website you recommended.
    4. Not sure about digital cut files or how to use them but I am open to try them.
    5. I would like to see more tutorials and just keepup the good work. I love what you do.

    Also…I purchased one of your card kits when they were out ther. They were a little pricey, but well worth it because you get BEAUTIFUL cards, dies, paper embellishmentsand the capability to recreate the card over and over if you want. I REALLY enjoyed the kit and would like to see more. I have purchased many kits for less money, ($20-$40) but the kits were not worth the money and really not elegant like yours. I can imaginr that creating the kits is a lot of work, but I would ask that you reconsider doing them. I REALLY liked them a lot. But overall I am excited that you are comming to the finale of your new blog…. I can’t wait!! God Bless!ReplyCancel

  • Sally J.July 25, 2013 - 8:45 am

    1. see
    2. as much as any other card
    3. no
    4. no
    5. card gallery (I understand you are going to have this)
    Thanks Becca….I love visiting your site!ReplyCancel

  • charmain H.July 25, 2013 - 8:46 am

    Both,often, yes, yes, more Becca bits.ReplyCancel

  • Rose LaQuayJuly 25, 2013 - 8:48 am

    -See and Learn!!
    -I don’t think I’ve ever been disappointed in one of your cards, love them all!
    -No Silhouette yet, but hope one day to have one!
    -I love what you’re doing already! Would love to see a room tour, hint, hint…ReplyCancel

  • Dedra JohnsonJuly 25, 2013 - 8:49 am

    1, Both. I love looking at your cards and get great ideas from you.
    2. I love both simple and layered.
    3. I do not have a good printer, so would not do digital at this time.
    4. I am not sure on the digital cut files, but would be willing to try.
    5. More tutorials – you do a great job with them. Your bow making tutorial was great.ReplyCancel

  • Dee TroguJuly 25, 2013 - 8:56 am

    I just found your site and love it!

    1. Want to learn & be inspired.
    2. I just started making cards. I would like to see & learn how to use all
    of my tools and supplies to make all kinds of cards.
    3 & 4. I am open to learning how to use digital files.
    5. I like tutorials & videos with downloaded instructions.ReplyCancel

  • Lourdes SalvadorJuly 25, 2013 - 8:58 am

    1. Both
    2. Often
    3. Yes
    4. I don’t have a cameo or anything like that but if it comes in PFD format
    that would be great
    5. I love tutorials and, of course, love to see your work.ReplyCancel

  • Vicky SchmidtJuly 25, 2013 - 8:59 am

    1. I love to see your work & learn from it.
    2. I like all kinds of cards & I like layers as long as I can mail them.
    3. yes
    4. yes
    5. I like learning how you do the cards. I think it would be helpful to show each step of a project. But don’t stress yourself doing things, take your time & do changes slowly. That way if there is something you don’t like you would be able to change it.

    I want to tell you today was the first time I read your bio on spellbinders & it encouraged me. I have some many ideas than I think oh that is silly no body wants a card or item like that. Thanks Becca.ReplyCancel

  • diana gJuly 25, 2013 - 8:59 am

    1. Both
    2. Often!
    3. Maybe. I need a tutorial introduction
    4. What’s a digital cut file?
    5. Written tutorial
    6. Love your work!ReplyCancel

  • PhyllisJuly 25, 2013 - 9:00 am

    1. See, learn, and hear about your life and adventures!
    2. AMAAOC
    3. Yes
    4. Don’t know how
    5. Galleries, tutorials, questions and answers

    Thanks for your sharing heart and fabulous talent,ReplyCancel

  • Barbara R.July 25, 2013 - 9:01 am

    1.Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn?
    I come for both.

    2.How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely?
    Since I only make cards to mail, simple, minimal layer cards that can be easily mailed in a A2 envelope is what I would like to see.

    3.Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting? I typically don’t use digital paper

    4.Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting? Have never done that, but would be open to it.

    5.What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace? I like to see the different die cuts, ribbons, etc. that you use. Things that I would typically buy. I don’t do a lot of bulky flowers or other bulky epemera. Like I said, I like cards I can mail in an A2 envelope. However, I have ordered die cuts and other things that I have seen on your blog.ReplyCancel

  • Sonia CastroJuly 25, 2013 - 9:01 am

    1. Learn
    2. Rarely
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. More video tutorials!ReplyCancel

  • VeredJuly 25, 2013 - 9:02 am

    1. First to look and enjoy your creations and get inspired
    2. I like both, I like the look of sweet and beautifull
    3. No I like to buy paper
    4. Yes this new cutting system I like
    5. I want to see beca bits love themReplyCancel

  • Jess S.July 25, 2013 - 9:04 am

    1. both – I think your work is incredible and I hope I can do similar cards one day. It’s really inspiring to see your projects.
    2. Your work is amazing so I’m happy with whatever I find here. I think this should be more about how often you want to do minimal layer cards. If blogging isn’t fun for you, and making more complex cards is taking up too much time, then mixing things up a bit is what you should do. Don’t worry, your followers will still come back to see what you’re up to.
    3. no, but that’s because ink cartridges are expensive and my colour printer isn’t the best.
    4. yes, because I’m lucky enough to have a cutting machine.
    5. Whatever you’d like to do! I’ll be back because your work, whatever work that is, is worth coming back for.ReplyCancel

  • JeanJuly 25, 2013 - 9:06 am

    Good morning Becca:

    1. Both – your cards are so inspiring! Your videos are easy to follow.
    2. Your discretion – you create works of art either way. Having said that, I live in a small town so I need to order supplies that are required, so simple cards would be welcome as well.
    3. Yes – new to this and looking for ideas
    4. Yes.
    5. It’s all here! Good luck on your “renovation” and looking forward to the new Amazingpapergrace! As always, thank you for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • Karen WeddingJuly 25, 2013 - 9:08 am

    1. Learn 2. I like both types. The more elaborate are more impressive, but take more dies than I usually have. 3. I typically don’t use digital papers. 4. Yes 5. Tutorials and information on matching dies (ie. how to do you know which dies to put together to get the looks you do?).ReplyCancel

  • JulieJuly 25, 2013 - 9:08 am

    1. See and learn to see is breath taking.
    2. Some but like the others better.
    3. Not sure – Maybe.
    4. yes
    5. More tutorials & where products come from.ReplyCancel

  • Connie C.July 25, 2013 - 9:09 am

    1. Both; you’re work is inspiring and just plain great to look at!
    2. I’m a big fan of simplicity and I just can’t afford to buy all the dies and embellishments it takes to make the fancy creations, so I’d like to see more simple cards.
    3. I like the feel of printed paper, and I’m a big fan of recycling, so I use bits and pieces from here and there, but I also collect and use a lot of digital paper and embellishments for my cards. I have to use my colored ink judiciously these days.
    4. Not so much, although I do own a Cricut. I just haven’t figured out how to use them.
    5. Tutorials.ReplyCancel

  • Marie FishelbergJuly 25, 2013 - 9:11 am

    1- Started coming to amazingpapergrace to learn and stayed to see amazing creations. I really enjoy this site!!
    2- I like to mix it up simple and layered, so I guess my answer is as much as any card.
    3- Have not tried digital paper yet. but I’m open to learn new stuff.
    4- Same as above, have not ventured in the digital side but I’m willing to try.
    5- I love tutorials. Would love to see older dies used in your creations. I’m all for repurposing old with the newer techniques.

    Thanks Becca for the great designs and inspiration cards you bring to us!!ReplyCancel

  • AnnelieJuly 25, 2013 - 9:12 am

    1. Both
    2. Often – don’t always have time to make elaborate cards.
    3. Yes
    4. No – don’t have cutting system
    5. More videos/instructions and links to where to buy supplies/embellishments.ReplyCancel

  • jackie WhitmarshJuly 25, 2013 - 9:12 am

    1. See and learn
    2. As much as
    3. Really not into digis of any kind-have not had much luck with them,
    4. No to the cut files, too.
    5. TutorialsReplyCancel

  • DeborahJuly 25, 2013 - 9:13 am

    1. Daily
    2. Rarely
    3. No
    4. No
    5. Tutorials for gift projectsReplyCancel

  • RhondaJuly 25, 2013 - 9:14 am

    1. Both
    2. I like simple cards. I work full-time and go to college full-time, but I love crafting and need quick and easy cards. Your work is beautiful.
    3. Yes, I like digital.
    4. Yes
    5. Instructions are always nice. Tutorials are great, but I know they are time consuming.
    Make is fun and easy for yourself. I enjoy reading about your life and adventures. You are an artist and should enjoy your work! Thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • Marion DavisJuly 25, 2013 - 9:15 am

    1. both but mostly learn
    2. I don’t pay attention to the layers since I love the look of depth in my work whether it is visual or physical depth
    3 Yes but I frequently stamp my own paper to fit my needs I use both physical and digital stamps
    4 Yes
    5 This is a case of I don’t know what I don’t know. Just keep doing what you do and it will keep adapting the ideas to my work. I rarely copy any card but I get fabulous ideas from you on ways to use the tools I own.ReplyCancel

  • Olga VJuly 25, 2013 - 9:15 am

    1. Both!!! Your cards are invariably “eye candies”, just looking at them makes my days brighter!
    2. As much as any other card
    3. Nope
    4. Nope
    5. Tutorials! and the Card Gallery!!!ReplyCancel

  • MickieJuly 25, 2013 - 9:15 am

    1. To see what you have been up to and to learn from you how to make your beautiful projects.
    2. I’m not a fan of simple, all my cards and scrapbook pages are busy busy!
    3. I love all paper and have been purchasing digital from Janet and will continue to do so.
    4. No
    5. Of course tutorials because sometimes I look at your card and say “how did she do that”. I like how you started stating the layers from bottom up.ReplyCancel

  • Carole MillerJuly 25, 2013 - 9:17 am

    1. See and learn
    2. Often
    3. Yes
    4. No – don’t know how to do digital cuts
    5. Always TUTORIALSReplyCancel

  • Bev HillJuly 25, 2013 - 9:19 am

    1. Both
    2. No – I love your beautiful layers.
    3. I do buy digital paper, but with the cost of ink I buy more paper pads than digital.
    4. Yes, I have a cameo and would love to learn more about using it.
    5. I love all your tutorials and view them over and over. More would be wonderful! I haven’t found any other blogs that use dies so creatively.ReplyCancel

  • OdileJuly 25, 2013 - 9:19 am

    1. Both. you are doing so beautiful card I like to learn how to try to do it
    2. Rarely on your blog, I can go somewhere else for that. You are the layer woman and I like it, so special
    3. Not really
    4. No
    5. Your tutorials are awesome and really helpfull so more and more pleaseReplyCancel

  • Regina Ml. HamiltonJuly 25, 2013 - 9:19 am

    1. Learn
    2. rarely
    3. No
    4. Not yet
    5. More tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Tamara DixonJuly 25, 2013 - 9:20 am

    1) Learn 2) Often 3) No 4) Yes 5) New techniquesReplyCancel

  • PhyllisJuly 25, 2013 - 9:21 am

    1. Every Day as well as follow you on Pinterest
    2. Rarely
    3. Yes
    4. No
    5. More tutorials. I love everything you do. Such a talented lady.
    Thanks for all the inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • April S.July 25, 2013 - 9:22 am

    1. Both!!
    2. Rarely. I can see those anywhere.
    3. Yes, you have shown some great ones!
    4. Yes
    5. Tutorials and Bekka Bits!ReplyCancel

  • MaureenJuly 25, 2013 - 9:25 am

    1. Both
    2. Rarely
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. Becca Bits and tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Jeannie WattJuly 25, 2013 - 9:27 am

    1. Both … first to see, then to learn.
    2. Love to see both types of cards – your cards are wonderful!
    3. No to digital paper in my crafting?
    4. No to using digital cut files in my crafting?
    5. More tutorials would be great.ReplyCancel

  • Debbie EricksonJuly 25, 2013 - 9:27 am

    1) See wonderful card examples.
    2) Both simple and complex layering – 30/70, I think.
    3) Yes, I learned from you and love it!
    4) Not yet, haven’t a clue!
    5) Downloadable instructions, please!ReplyCancel

  • gardenladyJuly 25, 2013 - 9:27 am

    1. Both
    2. Sometimes but love the layering. I have purchased so many Spellbinders but you always show the new dies on the market.
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. Creative boxes and other non-traditional items occasionally.

    I visit your blog daily and look forward to each new day!ReplyCancel

  • Linda Dale MilroyJuly 25, 2013 - 9:27 am

    1. Learn and be inspired to dig within myself for the creativity I know is there.
    2. Mixed, simple and intrigate
    3. Yes, please tell us how to print, what printer do we need etc
    4. yes, please show us how.
    5. Tutorials and Becca’s bits. Love them all.
    Becca, I lost my husband last year and it has been tough, we were closer than most for 45 years. . You have been my inspiration to dig inside of myself through the fog of grief, to create at times when I did not think I could do much more than breath. Thank you for your inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • LoyceJuly 25, 2013 - 9:30 am

    2.I can see CAS elsewhere. Do what is fun or interesting for you. We will be amazed.
    3.No, but that matters little to me.
    4.No. Lack the equipment.
    5.What was the fifth? Instructions, insights, techniques. You have really enhanced all my cards since I align, stamp, and layer more accurately.

    Your success will continue to be based on who you are, where you have been, and an openess to accept where you are going. Courage.
    And hey, If you want to change things again ,you can any time you please because you are Becca! As they say, “Your heart knows the way,”ReplyCancel

  • Desiree YoungJuly 25, 2013 - 9:34 am

    1) I come to your blog daily to see what you have made. Your style of cards helps me make mine more elegant! (I hope!)

    2) I love your cards, but they’re rarely simple. That being said….I like your cards for what they are.

    3) Yes, but I am told not to waste printer ink! ;-)

    4) Yes, when I decide on what kind of machine I want….I would be!

    5) I guess just do more of what you do. I love to see something new on your blog. I have made many purchases based on your cards and inspiration….really Spellbinders should make you a shareholder! Lol. Thanks for keeping me inspired. :-)ReplyCancel

  • Lisa JJuly 25, 2013 - 9:34 am

    1. Learn
    2. Often
    3. Yes
    4. Yes – even though I don’t know how yet
    5. More tutorialsReplyCancel

  • cindy ClickJuly 25, 2013 - 9:39 am

    1. I come to see, learn, and be inspired, and you always do all 3!
    2.Your complexity and elegance is what I like about your cards- layer after layer.
    3.Digital papers would be a possibility for me and know that is the future of paper.
    4.I have a cricut, and really don’t want to invest into more machines. I still like the die cuts.
    5. I love to see more tutorials. But I also want to see that you receive more for all your time and talent. Your larger projects; offer a written tutorial we can have to use during the visual. I would love to see you publish a book (s)! Becca, your style, layers, elegance, and the love of the Lord are who you are and what we love- please don’t change the very thing that drew us to you.
    Thank you for asking our opinion.

  • JUNEJuly 25, 2013 - 9:39 am

    2-I like the fancier cards
    3.not really but maybe on a rare occasion
    5 tutorials and maybe a card kit clubReplyCancel

  • MargJuly 25, 2013 - 9:40 am

    1. See and learn
    2. I often make clean and simple cards but I do so enjoy seeing and trying your style of cards. It gets me into another dimension. thank you.
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. the downloadable instructions sound fantastic. I have been cutting and pasting from your site for several years.ReplyCancel

  • Fran DJuly 25, 2013 - 9:42 am

    1. Both
    2. As much as any other card; I love everything you create!
    3. Love digital paper; have downloaded a few that you’ve used yourself.
    4. I’ve never used them but I’m open to them. Still love my dies!
    5. More tutorials and Becca Bits! You do them so well
    I’m looking forward to your updated blog; you’re such an inspiration to crafters everywhere! I’m so EXCITED!!!


  • JaniceJuly 25, 2013 - 9:43 am

    1. See and Learn
    2. Don’t matter both are amazing
    3. yes
    4. yes
    5. tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Mary H.July 25, 2013 - 9:43 am

    I. I come to enjoy seeing the gorgeous cards you make, but also know if you did Clean & Simple, it would still be a work of art
    2. to learn tips & ideas & hopefully a fun video tutorial
    3. open to digi images & papers
    4. open to cut file design, and some video tutorials – so I can use my Silhouette or Cricut
    5. I always enjoy the video tutorials as I am a visual learner. However I know they take time for you to make, and I do appreciate when you can present them.ReplyCancel

  • FayeJuly 25, 2013 - 9:43 am

    1. Both
    2. Rarely. I love your layers
    3. No
    4. No
    5. Love yout tutorials and instructions

    You are so talented, I am amazed each time I visit AmazingpapergraceReplyCancel

  • Maxeen OlsonJuly 25, 2013 - 9:47 am

    1 see and learn
    2 like layers usually don’t try so easier might be good.
    3 no digital
    4 no digital
    5 tutorial , just tried a kit and really liked it, it quit after that so could not try kits any more:( love all you do more pictures would be awesom!ReplyCancel

  • Linda DJuly 25, 2013 - 9:48 am

    1) both 2) often – I love your cards, but they are usually too complicated for me to make 3) love it! 4) yes 5) tutorials – love the ones that you do showing different ways to use dies and punchesReplyCancel

  • Mumsie100July 25, 2013 - 9:48 am

    Always knocked out with the cards you make so I come to both see and learn – you are my prime inspiration – however the many layers sometimes make the cards very expensive to reproduce. Perhaps consider a ‘no holds barred’ version and an economy version – for us paupers.

    I have downloaded many digital papers – but have never been satisfied with the results once printed so have never used on a card.

    Digital files are a great idea – but please consider your international fans and offer the files in a variety of formats (I use GIFs in the UK)

    Perhaps ‘How to’ PDF files

    Many thanksReplyCancel

  • JoyJuly 25, 2013 - 10:07 am

    2. Love layers
    3. Yes
    4. Not really- I have a circut and silhouette, but use my vagabond or ebosser
    5. Return of your club and more about your personal life- you are so talented and love hearing about your familyReplyCancel

  • Edna BurgessJuly 25, 2013 - 10:10 am

    WOW, what an undertaking. I hate changes even with my web site. And I keep my craft room in pretty much the same order. If I change things then I can’t find something. Anyway to answer your questions.
    #1 I watch your blog daily to learn new things and to see the beautiful creations you have.
    #2 Love the special cards, but enjoy simple too as sometimes have to make cards in a hurry and simple is good.
    #3 I do use digtal already.
    #4 I don’t know what digital cut files is so can’t answer that question.
    #5 I’d like to see more video tutorials of the way you put cards together. Always helpful.
    Thanks for the chance to win your great prize. Edna B.ReplyCancel

  • Gretchen WJuly 25, 2013 - 10:12 am

    Becca, you are my inspiration. I visit you all the time and you are my go to gal when I am trying to create a card and need an idea. I also want to learn more in detail as to how you engineer your designs. I am a show me kind of girl that needs direction. Show and Tell as in school. I have not played with digi designs yet as I have a new Mac and still trying to learn the ins and outs. But I would like to be able to print in the near future. I really like tutorials as you well know. Best of luck and am anxious to see what’s coming.

    Hugs and God Bless,

  • Diann SJuly 25, 2013 - 10:13 am

    2. once a week or more
    3.no = uses up too much ink
    4. maybe if it is small = again too much ink
    5. videos on how you make your cards
    Becca, we love your cards and you!! Please teach us how you do what you do.ReplyCancel

  • Chris RJuly 25, 2013 - 10:21 am

    1. both, 2. as much as any other card, 3. yes. have already thanks to your link, 4. yes, 5. more tutorials. especially the pop-up card you did with the house. And yay about the gallery!!ReplyCancel

  • Thelma HankinsJuly 25, 2013 - 10:31 am

    Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn? Both
    How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely? I love the more intricate designs
    Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting? Absolutely
    Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting? Yes
    What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace? More instructions (written and/or videos).ReplyCancel

  • Debbie DunhamJuly 25, 2013 - 10:34 am

    1) I come here for both reasons. 2)Rarely- Love your layered creations! 3)
    yes 4) yes 5) Tutorials and looking forward to the gallery!ReplyCancel

  • VioletJuly 25, 2013 - 10:35 am

    1. Learnand enjoy the eye candy.
    2.Often – I use them for a quick but elegant cards.
    3. Not really
    4 Not really – don’t have the ability to cut them out.
    5 More tutorials and downloadable patterns.

    Thank you for everything.ReplyCancel

  • ValorieJuly 25, 2013 - 10:35 am

    1. both 2. equal 3. yes 4. no 5. More TutorialsReplyCancel

  • Jane LuxemJuly 25, 2013 - 10:37 am

    1. Both but love the learning
    2. A little of both but more simple
    3. No
    4. No
    5. TutorialsReplyCancel

  • joanna M.July 25, 2013 - 10:38 am

    1. See and learn

    2. rarely, CAS is not really my thing.

    3. Although I have transitioned to using digital stamps almost always! (I’m a lazy stamper apparently) I have never been happy with the look of digital paper.

    4. Yes.

    5. I come for the pretty cards and the tutorials. You have fantastic talent. Thanks for sharing it.ReplyCancel

  • Denise BrittonJuly 25, 2013 - 10:39 am

    1. Learn and see
    3.Yes I love that and you showed me that!!!!
    4. Yes
    5. More instruction videos.ReplyCancel

  • Luerae RobertsJuly 25, 2013 - 10:39 am

    1. Both. Just love your cards and ideas
    2. Don’t like minimal cards as much as intricate designs. Your style matches my own favorite.
    3. Sure
    4. Yes –but don’t use them as much as die cuts
    5. I’m happy with exactly what you do. I have my own file of your cards & designs to help with my creativity. However, having a gallery of yours to explore would be a plus! I always go to your site first every day! You’re my inspiration!ReplyCancel

  • MYRNA SWEETJuly 25, 2013 - 10:43 am

    1) learn and see what you come up with next
    2) everyone else does simple cards, i love your site because your cards have more and they are truly beautiful
    3) digital paper can be expense to print-you are looking at 100% page coverage and printer ink is expensive
    4) I have a cricut machine, and will not put out more money to buy a silhouette
    5) I love your tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Diana E. BishopJuly 25, 2013 - 10:47 am

    Blessings to You Becca…
    1.Learn – 2.Often – 3.Rarely – 4. Maybe – 5. PRINTABLE INSTRUCTIONS, along with the video.ReplyCancel

  • KayJuly 25, 2013 - 10:47 am

    1. both 2. often 3. yes 4. yes 5. more tutorials

    I love looking at your website! Your cards are gorgeous. I would not make my cards as detailed, however, and would love to see more simply made cards. God bless you in all of your endeavors. I’ve followed you for several years now and have seen the trials you have endured. Your are an inspiration! KayReplyCancel

  • KathyJuly 25, 2013 - 10:51 am

    1. Both
    2. Rarely
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. I love reading your blog and your tutorials on “how to” are so inspirational
    as are your card designs.


  • Lorraine GJuly 25, 2013 - 10:52 am

    Entering for day #2ReplyCancel

  • JoyceJuly 25, 2013 - 10:53 am

    1. Both see and to learn. I am new to papercrafting.
    2. Simple – as much as other cards. I would like to see minimal layering cards that can be sent through the mail.
    3. I do not know what digital paper is but yes.
    4. I do not know what digital cut files are either but yes.
    5. Tutorials, either written or video.ReplyCancel

  • Kathy JoJuly 25, 2013 - 10:53 am

    1- see
    2- I like your multilayer/die card cards
    3- no
    4- no
    5- the gallery :)ReplyCancel

  • Linda GroverJuly 25, 2013 - 10:54 am

    1. I enjoy learning the techniques
    2. seldom
    3. Yes
    5. I appreciate your tutorials , how clearly and cleverly done.ReplyCancel

  • Betty BJuly 25, 2013 - 10:55 am

    1. both to learn and see
    2. minimal is fine but as an advance cardmaker I like to be inspire by new projects
    3. no digi-papers
    4. no digi-cutting
    5. tutorials are fun and provide jumping points for creativity.ReplyCancel

  • NancyJuly 25, 2013 - 10:55 am

    1. both
    2. occasionally
    3. haven’t tried yet
    4. yes
    5. all of your gorgeous thingsReplyCancel

  • Jean E.July 25, 2013 - 10:57 am

    2- rarely
    5-your creations & tutorials
    You & your creations ARE Amazing Paper Grace! “You can’t please everyone so you got to please yourself”. Thank you for sharing your inspirations/creations & for the opportunity to win.ReplyCancel

  • Deborah MitchellJuly 25, 2013 - 11:06 am


    Awesome! I’m looking forward to seeing your new improved site. Here’s my answer to your questions:

    1. Yes, but also for inspiration.
    2. Very often
    3. Yes. I use digi papers all the time and it’s so much cheaper than purchasing.
    4. Yes. I also use digi cut files / svgs for my cards.
    5. A forum for all of us to connect. Also, maybe an affiliate link to share your products with others or on SM sites.ReplyCancel

  • Sheree TimmermansJuly 25, 2013 - 11:07 am

    1. to see & learn
    2. I love all the loving detail you put into your cards but simpler cards you would do would have the same attention to detail and would occasionally be fun to see as well.
    3 NO
    4 yes, I would love to be able to expand the use of my Silhouette
    5. I would love, love, love to see more tutorialsReplyCancel

  • bethann dJuly 25, 2013 - 11:10 am

    1. both
    2 simple as well as complicated. cuz simple I can do but pretty complicated is always wonderful
    3 and 4 I don’t do digital anything
    5 more tutorials always but do what makes you happy

    I also come to learn about you, you give me strength especially since I so recently lost my DH and I get to see how you use the craft you love to go on and find a purpose. after going thru the same thing.ReplyCancel

  • Rosie WaldtJuly 25, 2013 - 11:10 am

    Becca: This is my second day of comments and I want to tell you how much I appreciate you sharing your talents with wonderful art work.ReplyCancel

  • Eleanor JenkinsJuly 25, 2013 - 11:12 am

    1 – I look first and then will come back to learn if there is a particular project I want to case.
    2 – Rarely
    3 – No.
    4 – No.
    5 – More tutorials, different folds, more stamped images.ReplyCancel

  • ReisaJuly 25, 2013 - 11:12 am

    1 I want to learn and see

    2. As much as any other card, sometimes I need inspiration on a card I can put together quickly

    3. Yes, I have used both

    4. Absolutely I have used them but love more ideas using them

    5. a forum would be nice, I would like additional ideas on using spellbinders for multiple looksReplyCancel

  • Barbara A.July 25, 2013 - 11:13 am

    1. Love both!!
    2.I like both….so half and half of each.
    3. No….sorry!
    4. No…..don’t know much about it and don’t care to get involve with it.
    5. Tutorials….either written or video. I know they must be alot of work but, they are much appreciated!!!

    Keep up the wonderful inspirations and creations you do Becca!!!ReplyCancel

  • Mary SchmidtJuly 25, 2013 - 11:15 am

    1. see amazing layered cards 2.sometimes 3.no 4. no 5. I would love a list of what spellbinders can be layered into or ontop of what spellbinders. I know, Impossible task, but some combinations I would never think of and you do them so beautifully.ReplyCancel

  • Karen M RothJuly 25, 2013 - 11:17 am

    My memory is not good enough to remember all the questions but here I go:
    1. I visit as much as I can to learn, understand and drool at all the beauty you are so blessed to create.
    2. Occasionally see maybe simple cards we can mass produce for card sets or for notecards.
    3.Absolutely open to digital papers as they could be used in digital scrapbooking as well :) (and I am getting a high end printer to play with ;o) ).
    4.I do not have a cutting machine but am open to cutting simple files by hand.
    5. What more I would like to see is:

    To start a “Supplies Swap Meet” so that those of us who are less fortunate would be able to make some cards as well. So we could trade things like paper, pre-stamped images on white cardstock, precut dies, ribbons & embellishments.

    To start a “Card Swap” so that we all could get a pickmeup when we most need it.

    To have printable instructions or at least downloadable instructional videos.

    Maybe start a budget friendly line of stamps and papers and inks for $5.00 and under?ReplyCancel

  • jean w.July 25, 2013 - 11:20 am

    Becca I come to your blog to both learn and see! You make the most beautiful cards! I am daydreaming of trying that baby girl card!ReplyCancel

  • DarcydaydreamJuly 25, 2013 - 11:22 am

    1. See and Learn
    2. I love the more ornate and layered cards.
    3 Yes
    4 Yes
    5. Tutorials, anything…..I just love your work….xxReplyCancel

  • Bert RiveraJuly 25, 2013 - 11:23 am

    1. Both. I come to see & learn elegance in card making.
    2. Occasionally
    3. Never tried.
    4. Willing to try.
    5. More tutorials.
    Thank you for all of your beautiful art!ReplyCancel

  • EffieJuly 25, 2013 - 11:24 am

    1. Both
    2. As much as
    3. No
    4. Yes
    5. More tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Barb DombkJuly 25, 2013 - 11:25 am

    1. Both
    2. Rarely
    3. Absolutely…love digital paper but don’t know how to download when I get it. Could you please explain the process?
    4. Don’t know what they are but would be happy to learn.
    5. I would love to have you explain what adhesives you use for different areas of your cards and I really appreciate it when you give the sizes of the card and different layers, (unless they’re die cuts). Also I would like to know how you attach flowers to bows so they’re secure.ReplyCancel

  • sheriJuly 25, 2013 - 11:33 am

    Answered questions: 1- learn, learn, learn/ 2- rarely/ 3- not really/ 4- not really/ 5- TUTORIALS.
    I check your site daily, have learned so much, and consequently love cardmaking. Really do appreciate you, your talents, and your willingness to share your knowledge and ability. I am looking forward to viewing your new blog site, (but don’t change too much. It’s great the way it is, too).ReplyCancel

  • Sandy LaneJuly 25, 2013 - 11:36 am

    ! learn 2rarely 3no 4 no 5 alwaysReplyCancel

  • Patricia SwaglerJuly 25, 2013 - 11:40 am

    1. both see and learn
    2. often
    3. no
    4. no, because I don’t have a way of cutting them
    5. videos

    I love coming to your blog everyday. Your cards are amazing.ReplyCancel

  • Marge BernardJuly 25, 2013 - 11:48 am

    1. I come to see your beautiful cards and to learn so I can improve.
    2.sometimes simple cards that I can create are nice. I like it when you show how to do the fancy cards.
    4. I have a cricut and can’t use digital cut files
    5.More in depth tuitorials. Sometimes things that seem simple to you are difficult for us

    Keep up the good work you are an inspirationReplyCancel

  • Ita O'Byrne O'KeeffeJuly 25, 2013 - 11:48 am

    Hi Becky you are very brave to do this.
    3.now and again.
    5. more tutorials.

  • LaniJuly 25, 2013 - 11:51 am

    1. Both
    2. Not often
    3. Yes
    4. Yes (very much so)
    5. I like your balance of “Show n Tell” and tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Pattie JnsJuly 25, 2013 - 11:52 am

    1. Both, want see, learn, and be inspired.
    2. Often- special holidays more layers and detailed
    3. NO Don’t like it at all.
    4. NO- I like stamp images and die, NEVER digital
    5. Tutorials, I am a visual learner. PS: when your comment section is
    large it over laps itself, and sometimes you can;t enter to comment.
    Hope this helps excited for you. God BlessReplyCancel

  • carolenJuly 25, 2013 - 11:53 am

    1.) Both (to a large degree that depends upon our skill level and confidence, whether it is a new product or a really unusual way to use the product.) Mostly, I drop in for inspiration but, sometimes, the tutorials are extremely helpful!

    2.) Both. But, again, that probably largely depends upon our skill level.

    3.) I do not come to your site for the simple or the quick Becca! There is a lot of that out there and it is definitely not why I come to your site. (Smile) However, you should be doing what you wish to do! Sometimes, I work simply – it just depends on my vision and what will work best. But I really hope that you don’t cater to us and change your vision!
    So, I am going to go with rarely. There are many others that offer that. But if you want to, I know that they will be great.

    4.) Definitely. (however, I make my own – I SHOULD have a blog but

    5.) Yes

    6.) Whatever you would like to share with us. My only wish is that you
    do not compromise your vision or love of the craft for us!ReplyCancel

  • Linda RoyaltyJuly 25, 2013 - 11:56 am

    1. I come for both and never disappointed.
    2. I like and make both.
    3. Not often
    4. no
    5. Details on the products you use. Why you chose them. What is the best of a type of products. All being in your opinion of course.
    Love your blog.ReplyCancel

  • Peggy M.July 25, 2013 - 12:08 pm

    1. Both
    2. As much as any other card.
    3. No
    4. No
    5. Tips & TricksReplyCancel

  • VickiJuly 25, 2013 - 12:13 pm

    1. both
    2. as much as any other card. All your projects are inspiring, no matter what level you present.
    3. yes
    4. yes
    5. personally, I like your blog just the way it is. you have a nice mixture of projects. I especially like your “recipes” outlining the steps and products you use at the end of each post.ReplyCancel

  • Robin in WAJuly 25, 2013 - 12:21 pm

    1. Both, but maybe more to learn.
    2.As much as any other card. I probably lean to the middle–not tons of layers, but not 1 layer either.
    3. I would be if I could figure out how to get the printed paper to look like it does on the computer. My experience with digital paper has been disappointing. Maybe you can help with that? With that being said, I have tons of physical paper I would like to use.
    4. Yes.
    5. I love your creativity with die cuts. You help me to try to think outside the box.ReplyCancel

  • Diana BorbolyJuly 25, 2013 - 12:24 pm

    1- see & learn
    2- rarely
    3- yes, some digital papers are gorgeous!
    4- no
    5- your ideas and some detailed tutorials and of course – galleries!!!ReplyCancel

  • Carol WJuly 25, 2013 - 12:30 pm

    1. Both, maybe a little more on the learn side?
    2. As much as any other type.
    3. yes
    4. yes
    5. Tutorials are my favourite… especially your unique takes on how to use our tools.

    Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • StampindaybreakJuly 25, 2013 - 12:33 pm

    1 – both
    2 – as much as any other card
    3 – occasionally
    4 – yes
    5 – The variety on you blog is wonderful. I enjoy dropping in to see something new and exciting each day. Even if it’s not “new” it is new. I feel it’s your willingness to share how you make each project that inspires me and leaves me wanting more! Thank you for all your projects but also for letting us into your life on a daily basis.ReplyCancel

  • Diana BorbolyJuly 25, 2013 - 12:36 pm

    1- see & learn
    2- rarely
    3- yes, some digital papers are gorgeous!
    4- no
    5- your ideas. some detailed tutorials and of course – galleriesReplyCancel

  • Cathy AJuly 25, 2013 - 12:39 pm

    Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn? I love to see your creations in the first instance, but then after seeing such amazing creations I want to learn how to do it too!
    How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely? I like many types of card, the main reason I love your blog is because of the elegant designs be they minimal or multi layer.
    Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting? I personally don’t like digital so much as its application is limiting and the costs of ink in printing.
    Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting? Unfortunately my cutting machine is a Cricut and so is not compatible with digital cutting files.
    What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace? You already show such beautiful designs, happy to see more of this! Thank you for caring so much about your readers :)ReplyCancel

  • Diana BorbolyJuly 25, 2013 - 12:39 pm

    1. Both
    2. Rarely
    3. No
    4. No
    5. your posts, more detailed tutorials and galleriesReplyCancel

  • BethJuly 25, 2013 - 12:41 pm

    1. Both see AND learn
    2. Rarely (I was initially blown away by your detail and layered work)
    3. Yes on digital paper
    4. No on digital cut files (but only because I don’t have the software)
    5. Your kindness, friendliness and what makes YOU happiest.ReplyCancel

  • Remigia PouloJuly 25, 2013 - 12:41 pm

    1. Learn and see
    2. As much as any other
    3. No
    4. Yes
    5. More tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Brenda PearceJuly 25, 2013 - 12:46 pm

    1. both
    2. often
    3. yes
    4. not really
    5. more of the A2 size cards. The larger size cards require making your own envelope.ReplyCancel

  • Nancy BJuly 25, 2013 - 12:46 pm

    1.Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn?
    I come every day that I turn on my computer to see and to learn. Your blog is one of my must sees!
    2.How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely?
    I love them all just keep on making all kinds of cards! I love variety.
    3.Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting?
    Not usually but I sometimes use something digital. I prefer hands on old fashion paper but here again, I’m excited that you might be offering something that we can’t get anywhere else.
    4.Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting?
    Yes, I do sometimes use digital cut files and I’m excited that you might offer them on your blog.
    5.What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace?
    I am especially excited that you will now have a gallery! That is wonderful news.ReplyCancel

  • Miss GJuly 25, 2013 - 12:47 pm

    1. Both, mostly learn
    2. As much as any other
    3. no
    4. Not sure, I’ve never tried digital
    5. More tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Ruthie ArmstrongJuly 25, 2013 - 1:02 pm

    1. Both, you are sooo clever!!
    2. Rarely, I just LOVE your layers!
    3. Yes, want to learn how to use my digi cd’s
    4. Yes, need to learn this as well
    5. I like every thing you share. Your blog is the very first one I started
    following four or five years ago, so it’s the first one I look at every day.
    Thank you for sharing your gift!ReplyCancel

  • Sherrie ClarkJuly 25, 2013 - 1:06 pm

    Greetings in Jesus Name, Becca, what a big undertaking you have begun. The Lord has blessed you with a talent that stands out above the rest. When surfing Pinterest I can identify one of your cards without your name even attached to it. IN answer to your questions:
    1. Learn mostly because you have a unique style, femininity, and flare that takes a seasoned crafter to another level. You are gifted with using die cuts I haven’t seen anywhere else. I learn so much from your site.
    2. There are many sites with simple cards so another site with easy cards would not be of interest to me personally. I like to be challenged.
    3. Digi paper doesn’t interest me because of the cost to print things on my color printer and I have a huge stack of paper I need to use. When I see someone else’s work, I just find my own paper to use from my large stash.
    4. Die cut files are good, I have a Xyron Wishblade (that I will get to work one of these days).
    5. What I enjoy most is seeing cards with a Christian theme. Very few sites will use scripture and so I greatly appreciate your cards that have a message that glorifies God and shares His love for us. (Faith cometh by hearing and hearing my the word of God).

    I would also make this suggestion. I found you through Pinterest. Your cards are probably generated more than any other die cut card maker out there with a blog. When I look for cards on pinterest, I use the search at the top of pinterest to find cards I like to get inspiration from. If you want to increase your blog presence, when putting one of your cards on pinterest, identify the spellbinder dies you use (like on your blog). When I get a new die, I search pinterest for sample cards using my new die. I put in as a search for example, “spellbinder damask motifs” to see what will come up for samples. If within the description of a card it has the spellbinder listed, it will come up. I take a lot of time editing pins I’ve pinned to my pinterest board to add the specific dies used so I can later search my own pins for specific spellbinder examples. You might also consider putting the pinterest pin on all your cards posted to your blog, and if there is a way to have the description give the spellbinder die description that would be awesome. I usually wait for someone to pin your new card and then I add it to my board. I have not been able to figure out how to pin your cards from your blog.

    Blessings to you, I hope this made sense what I was trying to relate. I had a couple other ideas if you’d like to dialog via email. In Christ, Sherrie ClarkReplyCancel

  • Jean HempelJuly 25, 2013 - 1:08 pm

    Becca, how honored I feel that you are asking us our opinions, but then you are always seem to be like that. You always put us first when you are doing anything, you think of your your fans and customers. For that is what makes you so loved!

    1. I come to see your amazing work and learn how you design the cards that you do.
    2. I rarely see simple cards. If you think a card is simple I never do, I think even the simplest card looks complicated to make and is beautiful.
    3. No thanks, ink is so expensive.
    4. Possibly depending on the look and style.
    5. I love your cards old or new and your idea of pulling out your old cards and doing more tutorials when you are able to. Just so long as you don’t over tax yourself. I would love to see some of your old ideas put to new cards. Would be fun.
    Have a nice day and keep the prayers going for the schooner crew, I am. Parents still have heard nothing.
    Hugs, JeanReplyCancel

  • Debbie BJuly 25, 2013 - 1:08 pm

    1. Both see & learn.
    2. 50%, I would like to be able to mail cards from home, without additional postage.
    3. Yes, occasionally.
    4. No
    5. Video tutorials & add’l. info w/ links (i.e. the name of a font used, where it came from & a link if possible).ReplyCancel

  • DebraK in FloridaJuly 25, 2013 - 1:12 pm

    1. both
    2. love variety
    3. yes! I am definitely a digi girl!
    4. yes, already using
    5. card sizes listed, digi stamps, tips and tricks, printable tutorials, show insides and also backsides of cards,
    Please keep the calendar with hyperlinks–love it!
    Card giveaways are so cool!
    I am still waiting for you to write books that mimic your blog entries: one for each card/project, with pics and ingredients. How cool would it be to have a one-page per project book as a picture book/reference book? You could create one book per year, or half year. Your costs could be covered by your sponsors, and of course the sales. Sign me up for the first edition!!!
    Please make it hard-cover, spiral-bound–perfect! please, please, please???ReplyCancel

  • Pat JandacekJuly 25, 2013 - 1:13 pm

    As much as any card
    Not interested
    No. I dislike the margin left around images; besides, I like to cut.
    Love your clever tips on layering and using dies/punches differently.
    I admire you immensely.ReplyCancel

  • DollyJuly 25, 2013 - 1:15 pm

    wow you have a ton of comments so you probably don’t need my opinion…but I do have one suggestion.
    When I am reading my blogs in my reader your blog only gives a line or two of your text it would be great if you would find the button that allows me to view your whole post and the reason why is…I have 500+ blogs in my feedly and when I am in a hurry it’s a time saver for me to read straight down the list of them, I am FAR more likely to stop in a blog if I see something beautiful and I am DEFINITELY more likely to read.
    I have a toddler, I am therefore limited in my free time- this would be fabulous if you could please try to get the pictures of your beautiful work to show I know I would appreciate it a TON!! :D
    1. To see but also you have AWESOME Tutorials so to learn also
    2.This is your blog and you do beautiful work. Layered up like crazy or minimal…the choice is definitely up to you. I prefer your layered up like crazy cards myself.
    3. I’m not a digi gal and I wouldn’t print off digi stuff PROBABLY but I”d never say never. :D
    4. I do use digi cut files.
    5. I would love to see more tutorials. I love getting more use on my tools and that is what is great about your tutorials!ReplyCancel

  • Monica TaylorJuly 25, 2013 - 1:15 pm

    1. Both
    2. as much as any other
    3. No I would not like to use digital paper
    4. No
    5. Videos are always helpfulReplyCancel

  • annheidelJuly 25, 2013 - 1:19 pm

    1. Both
    2. I would like to see more simple cards. That’s what I typically create, although I do love to look at your beautiful intricate cards.
    3. Yes, I’ve used a few and have collected a lot more.
    4. Yes, I already do.
    5. TutorialsReplyCancel

  • LisaJuly 25, 2013 - 1:25 pm

    1. both, love your work.
    2. as much as any other card
    3. yes
    4. yes
    5. I can’t think of anything, I love the whole look and feel of your site! It’s very soft, warm and inviting, you did good!ReplyCancel

  • Dee S.July 25, 2013 - 1:29 pm

    1. Both 2. Like to see multi-layer cards, it helps me learn to layer better.
    3.Love using digital papers. 4.no 5. More tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Marjorie RichburgJuly 25, 2013 - 1:39 pm

    1. to see and learn
    2. rarely
    3. yes
    4. yes
    5. more video tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Cheryl J.July 25, 2013 - 1:43 pm

    1 – both
    2 – as much as any other card
    3 – no
    4 – no – I have a Cricut and unfortunately I can’t cut them
    5 – more in-depth tutorials without any editingReplyCancel

  • Rosa SmithJuly 25, 2013 - 1:53 pm

    Here are the questions:
    1. Learn
    5.More TutorialsReplyCancel

  • HelenJuly 25, 2013 - 1:57 pm

    1. both
    2. as much as any card
    5.whatever you wish to doReplyCancel

  • Denise BryantJuly 25, 2013 - 2:02 pm

    1. Both!
    2. Often!
    3. No
    4. No
    5. I love your tutorials!ReplyCancel

  • Christine SpringmanJuly 25, 2013 - 2:03 pm

    1 like to see and learn 2 often as any other cards 3.interested in it. 4 would like to know how to use it. 5 more of your amazing cards and how you make them.ReplyCancel

  • Gayle in CanadaJuly 25, 2013 - 2:05 pm

    1. To LEARN & SEE – & being ill, it makes me FEEL better.
    2. Both but I LOVE multi-layered, complicated cards best
    3. Have never used but would think if it’s printing paper it would be expensive buying ink.
    4. Not sure about this
    5. Tutorials, Organization hints..like keeping a spot on desk to workReplyCancel

  • MilliejsJuly 25, 2013 - 2:11 pm

    1. I do both…but I really love the learning aspect.
    2. I prefer the elegant, ornate cards. Sometimes I can do simple, but really enjoy the inspiration of the elegant cards.
    4. I use both digital and real papers.
    4. I LOVE digital cut files.
    5. More, more, more of your wonderful cards/bows/ideas.

    I know you didn’t ask, but the new search sounds marvelous.ReplyCancel

  • Gail RobinsonJuly 25, 2013 - 2:11 pm

    1) both–to see and learn, hence to be inspired and amazed.
    2)as much as any other card
    3)it’s not an easy option for me as I have a difficult relationship with my printer.
    5)ANYTHING! love the tutorials. hints,hints,hints.ReplyCancel

  • Marion TurnerJuly 25, 2013 - 2:13 pm

    1, I come to see and Learn
    2. Just as much as any other
    3. Yes
    4. No
    5. Your Beautiful Cards for inspiration & TutorialsReplyCancel

  • LenoriaJuly 25, 2013 - 2:25 pm

    Hi Becca,
    In response to your questions:
    1. I come for both learning and looking. Your cards and creations are always so beautiful that I enjoy them and I also love the tutorials you put here so we can all try our hand at how you did it!!
    2. Often, I like the minimal, easy to mail cards as well as your layered cards.
    3. I am open to digital paper and digital stamps.
    4. I love my digital die cuts.
    5. I love your tutorials and just seeing your interpretation using the various tools.ReplyCancel

  • Joanna DicksonJuly 25, 2013 - 2:25 pm

    Hi Becca From Blackpool, England. Firstly, I have Sue Wilson to thank for passing on your Blog name and I’m so glad she did. I was also lucky enough to meet Ken Oliver on his travels across the pond earlier this year too, so on a crafting basis, I feel very blessed and extremely lucky. I do visit daily, but it’s not everyday there is a new post.

    In answer to your questions, and this is me personally
    1. Both
    2. As much as any other card
    3. No
    4. No ( I only used my grand calibre)
    5. I love the inspiration, tutorials, ideas, sharing techniques and general knowledge we can all share as crafter. I have never had such a hunger to learn as I do since my crafting has developed. Thank you for the inspiration you give. I would never tire of visiting you via this blog.ReplyCancel

  • SusanHnSCJuly 25, 2013 - 2:26 pm

    1. Learn
    2. as much as any other card – I like simple and not so simple!
    4. yes
    5. Definitely tutorials. And how to use different tools!ReplyCancel

  • RoseJuly 25, 2013 - 2:27 pm

    1) I come to see your amazingly stunning works of arts and to learn how to replicate them for friends and family
    2) I LOVE special folds cards and the more complicated the better
    3) Not into digi as of yet
    4) Yes I do but usually for children’s cards only. I love stamped cards for the rest.
    5) I love your tutorials and seeing your creations. You do so much for us as it is!ReplyCancel

  • KRISTEN OLSENJuly 25, 2013 - 2:28 pm

    1) BOTH to see and learn and point others to your amazing ideas and creativity
    2) Would love to see any ideas you come up with
    3) It would be fun to try digital paper but need a better printer
    4) No, do not have the cutting capabilities
    5) Ideas, tutorials, inspiration,..ReplyCancel

  • WillsNanJuly 25, 2013 - 2:34 pm

    1 To see and learn
    2 Don’t mind – I love everything you do
    3 Yes
    4 Yes
    5 Ideas and inspiration, with a few tutorials thrown inReplyCancel

  • Fran LJuly 25, 2013 - 2:45 pm

    1. See and learn and drink in your amazing talent.
    2. I love everything you do simple or other.
    3. Never tried it, so I don’t know.
    4. Same as above.
    5. You are doing a wonderful job. I love seeing your beautiful cards, your tutorials, and the sharing of the wonderful and talented person you are.ReplyCancel

  • Louise W.July 25, 2013 - 2:48 pm

    1. Learn
    2. I love all of your ideas
    3. No
    4. No
    5. More tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Beverly T. BoldingJuly 25, 2013 - 2:49 pm

    1. Both
    2. Often
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. More TutorialsReplyCancel

  • Lou BradfordJuly 25, 2013 - 2:51 pm

    1. Both
    2. Sometimes
    3. No
    4. No
    5. More tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Yvonne GavinJuly 25, 2013 - 2:54 pm

    Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting?
    What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace?
    Your comment might look like this: 1. Learn 2. rarely 3. no 4. yes 5. More Tutorials
    1. Both everyday
    2. Not as much as the layered but It is great to see the simple cards as it helps that it is what we can actually do ourselves but my love is layered and fancy cards and love to have a go myself
    3.Yes, I use digi but that is for a more personalized card
    4 Yes I use a cutting machine and love it
    5.I love what you do already but if anything I would love to see everything in a tutorial as hate not being able to do something
    :) xReplyCancel

  • Yvonne GavinJuly 25, 2013 - 2:55 pm

    Made a bit of a mess of the first one :(

    1. Both everyday
    2. Not as much as the layered but It is great to see the simple cards as it helps that it is what we can actually do ourselves but my love is layered and fancy cards and love to have a go myself
    3.Yes, I use digi but that is for a more personalized card
    4 Yes I use a cutting machine and love it
    5.I love what you do already but if anything I would love to see everything in a tutorial as hate not being able to do something
    :) xReplyCancel

  • DonnaJuly 25, 2013 - 3:01 pm

    to see, learn, and be inspired
    as much as any other card
    more tutorials – you’re a great teacher!ReplyCancel

  • Ellen AllredJuly 25, 2013 - 3:08 pm

    1. definitely to learn
    2. rarely
    3. yes
    4. yes
    5. more sizes, especially of cardsReplyCancel

  • Robin BNY (BullockPJuly 25, 2013 - 3:26 pm

    1. Yes, to both.
    2. I love your intricacy. That is what you are known for. But it would be nice to see a simple one now and then…say one simple to 2 or 3 super fancy. Or maybe do a simple version of an intricate one side by side.
    3. I don’t really do digital papers, but if you have a following of that that is fine.
    4. I only have a Cricut and use just the cartridges.
    5. Tutorials on certain techniques….like say those pretty bows we often see here.ReplyCancel

  • Rita McJuly 25, 2013 - 3:30 pm

    1. to see and learn
    2. all you your cards are beautiful so it doesn’t matter
    3. No digital, I’m a hand cut and paste for me
    4. same as above
    5. more tutorials
    Thanks for a chance to win the cases.ReplyCancel

  • Suzi MJuly 25, 2013 - 3:34 pm

    1. Both 2. Not often 3. No 4. No 5. More tutorials!
    Thanks for the fun and continued inspiration!ReplyCancel

  • PeggieJuly 25, 2013 - 3:41 pm

    I come to your site for inspiration..to see what beautiful items you are creating, and what new products are becoming available, I have also checked out a few of your learning opportunities. I really enjoy your detailed cards the most. Simple – I can do on my own, it’s your creativity that inspires me. I’m not so much into digital anything…takes up too much ink for the price of what I believe I can find already made paper. I’m not sure I know what “digital cut means”. I really enjoy it when you come up with unusual items that I would never have found myself, for instance the crystal cut corsage pin in one of your monthly kits, and the product you are offering now, to store spellbinder dies. I’d like more of that information, what it can do and where I can find it! I love your spirit and your creative abilities. You have been my “go to site for beautful cards” for many years. One thing I would ask, though, is…I purchased your bow maker, but don’t have a DVD player and would like to have written instructions on how to use the bow maker. I think you had them posted here somewhere, but it doesn’t seem to be available any longer, and I can’t remember “how”. If they came with it, I didn’t find it and my bow maker is useless without them!ReplyCancel

  • lindaJuly 25, 2013 - 3:44 pm

    1. both
    2.any are great
    3. maybe
    4. not sure
    5. tutorials are good
    Thanks You!ReplyCancel

  • Carol GunnJuly 25, 2013 - 3:49 pm

    1. see & learn
    2. the whole range! from simple to complex
    3. yes
    4.a little
    5. freebees & more tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Carol bJuly 25, 2013 - 3:50 pm

    1) learn and see
    2) rarely
    3) No
    4) No
    5) tips, organization ideas for suppliesReplyCancel

  • LoisJuly 25, 2013 - 3:54 pm

    1. I came to learn and then see
    2. I’d like to see a little more simple designs sometimes but I love making the more complicated ones
    3. Never used that so yes
    4. Don’t know what it is so yes
    5. I would like to learn more about tape runner products and glues – when to use which kind and why. One things I have observed is the detailed cards use about 5-6 different dies so that makes an expensive card unless you are in the business to sell. I adapt to the dies I have.
    It is always good to take a step back and refocus. Good for you.
    Thanks for your generosity.ReplyCancel

  • Wanda ThomasJuly 25, 2013 - 4:00 pm

    1. Both
    2. Rarely
    3. Yes
    4. No
    5. Anything you feel like making/posting. That’s why I come here to read every post now, and that won’t change.ReplyCancel

  • Natasha BentonJuly 25, 2013 - 4:01 pm

    1. See and Learn
    2. I want to see from the simplest of simple to the more complex as often as possible
    3. I am but not really into using them
    4. I am but not really into using them
    5. Tutorials and possible UStream Video so I can work along side you. I need to know what I’m doing wrong and you will be there to assist me in correcting whatever it is.ReplyCancel

  • Mary JaneJuly 25, 2013 - 4:03 pm

    1. Both but more to see than imitate since your cards are beyond my level of expertise
    2 I always like the simple cards
    3. Only rarely use it because of the ink involved
    4. No access to a digital cutter
    5. Just more of what you currently are doingReplyCancel

  • Dottie DavisJuly 25, 2013 - 4:05 pm

    Already entered for one day and now this is for the day I missed! I have read most of the comments and think the ladies are in agreement: more tutorials but several have asked for which adhesives to use, how to attach bows and things which are the crux of making cards. These are the things that we all need more detail of. Do you get out 16 dies and decide how to coordinate them; how do you pick theme colors; what type of paper for particular uses; oodles of questions that tutorials I am sure would cover. Which dies do you prefer to accomplish this or that. The list goes on with a craft as detailed as this one is. So thanks for all your work; we all are grateful and delighted that you are really jumping on this band wagon to expand your site. Just remember that you need rest like all of us, and sometimes that just takes priority over producing a card.ReplyCancel

  • Kathy BillingsJuly 25, 2013 - 4:19 pm

    1. Both
    2. Often
    3. I have never used them before
    4. Yes
    5. More tutorials, including videosReplyCancel

  • MelanieJuly 25, 2013 - 4:20 pm

    1.Both….I always look forward to seeing your beautiful creations, plus I love that you give the layers.
    2. Love all the layers you use
    4.Yes….I’ll need a tutorial first
    5, Love everything you do here.ReplyCancel

  • Sheryl SJuly 25, 2013 - 4:25 pm

    1. Both
    2. Rarely
    3. Yes
    4. No
    5. I’m happy with your current content but anything
    You create is always amazing! ;)ReplyCancel

  • ConniecrafterJuly 25, 2013 - 4:38 pm

    1. Both, see and learn
    2. Rarely, but I don’t mind, just love your creative way of layering
    3. No
    4. No, don’t own a machine to do that
    5. I just enjoy seeing your Beautiful creations, happy with what you are doing now, wouldn’t change a thing.ReplyCancel

  • Marie SellersJuly 25, 2013 - 4:47 pm

    1. Both to see and learn.
    2. Simple cards as much as any other card.
    3. I don’t use digital paper, but I’d like to learn.
    4. I don’t use digital cut files, but I’d like to learn.
    5. I realy enjoy your tutorials. How about how to make your own hat pins?ReplyCancel

  • Kathy SJuly 25, 2013 - 4:52 pm

    1- Definitely both– you hear ahhs and awws in my house when I log on to see your latest project and then I sit down and really read the steps so I can marvel in your unique way to create something so brilliant out of every day items. but also because you are such an inspiring person- I love the way you make everyone feel they are part of your life and family
    2- as often as any other card. I like all you cards- layers sometimes stump me but then it encourages me to step outside my comfort zone and try a little harder but also to think outside the box when using my products.
    3- Digital papers -I am just getting the confidence to utilize such an extreme step outside the norm for me and use digital papers and images-so yes I’ll try.
    4.- I bought a black cat cutter nearly two years ago and am still intimidated by it but am gradually trying to get the use of it – so yes I am open to cut files but please take into consideration those that don’t have a digital cutter.
    5.-I generally come to your blog to marvel at your work and then try to replicate a similar design out of the stocks I own- not that easy and they never look as elegant as yours but they suffise:) I love you Beccas Bits – sharing little tips and techniques are great as well as all the tutorials you do- organizational hints and tips and something else I would LOVE to see are pictures of your crafting space- or is that too personal.- pretty much anything goes for the answer to this question
    I would just like to say a big THANK YOU -You are such an inspiration and I know you have a great following. I am from Australia and last weekend I went to a local papercraft show and while looking at purchasing dies another lady came up and took the gates die you used in the card you had just posted and we both laughed and said Amazing Paper Grace- and she stated she buys or tries to get every die shape you use on your blog- so your recommendations go far and wideReplyCancel

  • Carol LoganJuly 25, 2013 - 5:06 pm

    1. both
    2. 50/50, I love your multi layered cards with all the ribbons and flowers, I just don’t own a lot of that stuff so I also love to see cards without a lot of embellishments, but really plain cards not so much
    3. no
    4. yes
    5. I love your tutorials and always watch them and usually will try out the technique, you do explain things very well. I’m always interested in more of them.ReplyCancel

  • Paula FullerJuly 25, 2013 - 5:22 pm

    1. both
    2. I just love viewing your cards, and I learn from that.
    3. No, not at this time.
    4. No, not at this time.
    5. Tutorials and techniques.

    Your style is very elegant and although I don’t try to copy you, I love to incorporate your style and designs into some of the cards I make. I have learned to look at dies differently and make the most of my stash. Your work is exceptional. There is no one else out there like you.ReplyCancel

  • Raluca VezeteuJuly 25, 2013 - 5:32 pm

    1. See and learn; 2. rarely; 3. yes; 4.yes; 5.more video tutorials.ReplyCancel

  • Phil(omena) from Dublin, IrelandJuly 25, 2013 - 5:35 pm

    What a generous person you are!

    My responses are 1 To see and lern
    2 Love every card you make
    3 Yes
    4 Not really
    5 Cannot suggest anything other than your
    tutorials are wonderful and so well producedReplyCancel

  • Anna Marie RutallieJuly 25, 2013 - 5:36 pm

    1. Both 2.often 3. No 4. Yes 5.alternate die suggestions for some cards.ReplyCancel

  • Heather (mtl)July 25, 2013 - 5:40 pm

    1- Both! I love learning, especially from someone who knows how to teach, but I also love to gaze in wonder at your miraculous designs.
    2- As often as you make them. Honestly, I adore the more complex designs, but am just as thrilled when something less involved is shown. I love the versatility you possess (and share!)
    3- Yes. I recently purchased the ‘Creating with Vintage Patterns’ by Crafty Secrets and would love to learn how to use them properly. Tag- you’re it!
    4- No. I only have a Cuttlebug and, being on disability, am not able to afford anything else. I must be frugal, but I admit I enjoy discovering ways to make my pennies stretch. I soo appreciate that you like to look outside the box and discover ways to stretch creatively, too.
    5- Becca, more of what your heart desires. I love your tutorials, your stories, Becca Bits and, especially, your inspiration. When you take a turn on the unknown road, I (I think, we) are only too happy to explore along with you. That is what I love most about visiting your blog. Nothing is the same, all is ‘real’ and I can be sure you will astound us with your creations. Of course, I glean from all your inspiration, as well.
    Thank you, Becca, for all you share. When I open your blog, know that I have a cup of (decaf green) tea or coffee at my side and I am truly visiting with an old friend. We sit together, marvelling at the beauty of design, discuss life’s trials and tribulations and, always, end with an embrace.
    Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • GraceJuly 25, 2013 - 5:42 pm

    1.Learn 2. 50% 3Yes 4.Not yet 5 Use of new dies.ReplyCancel

  • AliceJuly 25, 2013 - 5:51 pm

    1. I come for the inspiration, the beauty of your cards, and to learn some of the beautiful techniques you teach.
    2.I adore every single creation especially the intricate work you do, but I also like to see something quick and simple.
    4. No- I don’t have a machine to use downloadable die cuts
    5. More techniques and videos would be fantastic but I a m grateful for everything.

    Ps please don’t enter me into the prize draw, I live in Ireland and postage costs are ridiculous & I can purchase these very easily. So lovely of you to offer prizes but the only prize I need is seeing your fabulous creations. Thank you Becca xxReplyCancel

  • ChristiJuly 25, 2013 - 5:53 pm

    1) Both
    2) Rarely Love all your extra details and layers
    3) Yes
    4) Yes
    5) More TutorialsReplyCancel

  • Judy K (Nova Scotia)July 25, 2013 - 5:54 pm

    5.More tips and techniques and I have been hoping for the completion of the gallery of your beautiful cardsReplyCancel

  • Laura M.July 25, 2013 - 6:07 pm

    1. Usually to see for inspiration
    2. Often. Your layered style is absolutely gorgeous, but it is not something that I can do well. I’d love to see your take on more simple things as well.
    3.No on the digital paper. My printer does not like card stock.
    4. I’d love to use digital die cuts but I am computer illiterate, so they would have to come with very simple instructions.
    5. Your tutorials are great!ReplyCancel

  • FernandaJuly 25, 2013 - 6:13 pm

    1-I visit your blog to learn and see.
    5-I’d like to see more tutorials.ReplyCancel

  • Cheryl RandallJuly 25, 2013 - 6:28 pm

    1- I come here to see both
    2- I really don’t mind. I come here because I know I will see something beautifully crafted.
    3- No
    5-Again I love being on this site and love seeing what you share.ReplyCancel

  • HaliaJuly 25, 2013 - 6:31 pm

    1. To see, learn & get inspired
    2. Love classy designs, so as long as they look simple, but classy don’t mind
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. I’m more of a visual person, so for me i would love to see (video) tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Beulah AubornJuly 25, 2013 - 6:38 pm

    1. to see and learn
    2. I like both, as you have inspired me to be more aedventurous with my cards by adding lots of layers, but I have also seen some that are just as adorable with less. they both are great
    4. yes
    5. Love your tutorials, such inspiration as I try to make something that somewhat resembles your cards. I too would love to see your craft room Love the techniques that you share too. Always like coming here to visit and see what is newReplyCancel

  • Terry WhiteJuly 25, 2013 - 6:39 pm

    1. both, see & learn
    2. often
    3. yes, if there are tutorials for it
    4. yes, if there are tutorials for it
    5. More amazing cards & tutorials

    Becca, you create amazing projects. Your bows are your signature, and distinguishes your projects from all others. Each & every project that I’ve had the opportunity to see is truly AMAZING and speaks volumes of their AMAZING creator. You are certainly gifted! Thanks for sharing your gift with all of us!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa RoskamJuly 25, 2013 - 6:41 pm

    1. Both – to see and learn
    2. I like both Simple (CAS) and layered cards. Beautiful is what I’m after.
    3. Yes — definitely!
    4. Yes – I have a Cameo
    5. Tutorials, tutorials, tutorials!ReplyCancel

  • Sandra SmithJuly 25, 2013 - 6:49 pm

    1. Learn
    2. Rarely – I appreciate your multi-layered cards as I want to be able to create them.
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. Tutorials and lots of details regarding the layering.ReplyCancel

  • Dorothy HarrsionJuly 25, 2013 - 6:53 pm

    Wow – it’s incredibly difficult to do true introspection and be honest with ourselves. The Holy Spirit is working in your heart and mind to help you, and to grow you, what a witness to the rest of us!

    1. BOTH! I love your work, and I have learned an incredible amount!
    2. It depends on how simple…. Yours are NEVER totally simple – but I do like a variety and I don’t always have time to make elaborate cards – but I don’t do simple very well – so more to learn!
    3. I don’t have a digital machine – so I prefer die cuts. But we can still get ideas and substitute!
    4. Sorry – I am into Spellbinders for way too much – and I love embossing – so no $$$ for digital – and I keep wanting MORE dies when I see what you do with them! 8-)
    5. I think the changes you are making will answer most of my wants – galleries, easier search for tutorials I’ve watched but need to review…. 8-)
    Hmmm I left the comment on the wrong blog page… anyway to make the “comment here” more pronounced when there are 2 on one page??? 8-)

    Thank you Becca, and may God bless all your work!ReplyCancel

  • FayJuly 25, 2013 - 6:56 pm

    1. See and Learn.
    2. rarely
    3. Maybe occasionally. I have so much DP from “Stampin’ Up” that I need to use.
    4. I am not into that, yet!
    5. More tutorials.ReplyCancel

  • Ellen L. Buchholz; 5July 25, 2013 - 7:01 pm

    1) to learn and be inspired; 2) there is nothing you do that I don’t like to see; 3) Yes, I have downloaded some of your recommendations; 4) I have never used a digital download mostly because I don’t have the equipment but one day…..5) Anything you create; I love your tutorials and Becca’s Bits.ReplyCancel

  • VioletJuly 25, 2013 - 7:05 pm

    1) I love your cards and they inspire me to use my stamps and dies in new ways.
    2) I love the cards the most but I admire all the other things you make.
    3) No, I don’t do digital.
    4) No, I only have a jet ink printer so downloaded doesn’t work for me.
    5) Tutorials and a list of where they are would be helpful. I had to go back to refresh my memory on one and I had to go back thru several pages to find it.ReplyCancel

  • Barbara LeonardJuly 25, 2013 - 7:06 pm

    1. Both
    2. Rarely
    3. Yes
    4. No
    5. More of your beautiful cards with instructionsReplyCancel

  • CarlaJuly 25, 2013 - 7:10 pm

    1. Both see and learn.
    2. I like beautifully simple cards. Your cards are always beautiful, but they don’t always seem simple.
    3. Yes- I would welcome digital fonts sayings over stamping.
    4. No – I like the dimensional look of die cuts, embossing.
    5. Your tutorials and organizational tips are awesome.

    Thanks for the opportunity to share!ReplyCancel

  • Linda McJuly 25, 2013 - 7:14 pm

    Hi Becca! Let’s see:
    1. Both, but also for inspiration because your designs are always gorgeous.
    2. I love your detailed cards but since I have to mail most of mine, I do the simple ones most often.
    3. Yes ma’am
    4. Absolutely
    5. This one is hard – maybe more how-to’s
    I don’t envy you if you have to read all these responses!ReplyCancel

  • Amy RJuly 25, 2013 - 7:18 pm

    1. Both. To see, learn & find inspiration
    2. I enjoy a balance of complex and simple layerd cards
    3. I adore digital paper. Just wish I knew where to find more digital shabby chic patterns.
    4. I do not own a digital machine but I have purchased cuts.
    5. Continue to be able to read your extraordinary blog and be surprised whenever I visit.ReplyCancel

  • KT HomJuly 25, 2013 - 7:19 pm

    1. Both things 2. I enjoy seeing a variety of projects….simple to more complex 3. Yes! 4. Yes! 5. With your creative talents it would be nice to have a card or craft shown that goes from a simple and quick project then medify it to show how it can be further enhanced with some multi-layer ideas…that way your readers can decide what best suits their needs, time, supplies and level of complexity!ReplyCancel

  • Ann LancasterJuly 25, 2013 - 7:28 pm

    1. Both 2. As much as any other 3. No. 4. No 5. More stamping and card designs that aren’t so expensive to mail, with less steps to completion.ReplyCancel

  • pjJuly 25, 2013 - 7:40 pm

    1) I love to see your creative works, but honestly I keep coming back because of your over the top willingness to share your knowledge, and encouragement to us all to expand our creative process.
    2) I think your special “niche” is the multi layer, and that is what I love seeing.
    3)Yes, without a doubt.
    5)Your blog is very informative but also a very enjoyable read with sometimes uplifting and sometimes thought provoking segments. It makes me think quite often and usually I leave wanting to do better at what I attempt as well as be a better human being. If you keep these attributes I think you will continue to have a winner.ReplyCancel

  • Jan JoyalJuly 25, 2013 - 7:41 pm

    1. To learn and see
    2. 75 fancy & 25 simple for those times you need a card in a hurry
    3. Yes I am open to digital
    4. Yes
    5. Tutorials for sure

    Love your creativity. Keep up the good workReplyCancel

  • Linda KJuly 25, 2013 - 8:02 pm

    Hello Becca!
    Exciting times for the Amazing Paper Grace blog…. and soul searching once in a while keeps us genuine and in tune with our Lord.

    1. I enjoy seeing how you use the paper, ribbon and die cuts
    2. How about a 90 (special) / 10 (simple) split?
    3. I’m not interested in any digital paper – my stash is already HUGE
    4. Not at all
    5. I love sharing the little bits of ‘life’ with you – so often I can relate to your events – joy, sorrow, empathy, rejoicing. The bonus is that you share your art with us on a very regular basis and we click the blog link and await the unfolding of a stunning creation.

    Take care!ReplyCancel

  • Claire SJuly 25, 2013 - 8:05 pm

    1. 1st to see then I’m so impressed, I want to learn!
    2. I’m not interested in simple…that’s why we love your ideas!
    3. I’m not interested in digital.you loses the whole “artistic” feel of the card….bows would look crummy for sure!
    4. Not really.
    5. More incredible videos. Basic techniques using the Spellbinders that we could apply to whichever ones we have. Staying TRUE to the artist that you are.Perhaps trying to get back to questions we have. If possible, how about some contemporary type cards?
    Thank You for asking!ReplyCancel

  • yvonneJuly 25, 2013 - 8:17 pm

    I both like seeing what you do as well the instructions. I like both styles. Digital loses me. Love the cut ideas but do not own the machine. Wish you would sell the cuts. Love all you have to say!ReplyCancel

  • Sharon HannifinJuly 25, 2013 - 8:22 pm

    I just love seeing all the beautiful things you make.
    Yes, I want to do more digital.
    Tutorials cause you make it seem so easy.
    You are so clever with the things you make.ReplyCancel

  • Holly FottyJuly 25, 2013 - 8:39 pm

    1. Both
    2. As much as any other.
    3. Yes. I already use it.
    4. Yes. I recently purchased a KNK Maxx Air (there’s a lot to learn)
    5. More tutorials for your beautiful cards as well links to where the embellishments used can be purchased. It’s hard to find ribbon in Canada like you use in your cards.ReplyCancel

  • ELIANAJuly 25, 2013 - 8:50 pm


    I come to learn and love to watch, I love your multiple layer cards, I love your creative original designs, I am open to digital and trust your judgement, I watch you because you are honest and “real”. Thank you for sharing, yourself and your passion.

    God Bless you.ReplyCancel

  • Robyn JosephsJuly 25, 2013 - 8:55 pm

    1.both 2.often 3.yes 4.yes 5. I like videosReplyCancel

  • Angela ScardinaJuly 25, 2013 - 9:11 pm

    1. Learn
    2. The more complex the better!
    3. No, hate it. WAY too impersonal
    4. No
    5. Tutorials and maybe links to where I could donate cards to a good cause.
    Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • JanJuly 25, 2013 - 9:13 pm

    1. Both
    2. as much as any other card, love your detailed cards but sometimes you need a card in a hurry
    3. Yes
    4. No
    5. More of your beautiful work, I can’t tell you how much you inspire me. I always look forward to seeing your new projects especially if there is a tutorial. I watched your video on putting a card together last night and am in awe. Thanks so much for all you do it is very much appreciated.ReplyCancel

  • TammieJuly 25, 2013 - 9:15 pm

    1. Both.
    2. Prefer your complex designs, but I appreciate all you do.
    3. No
    4. No
    5. I love your videos. If I could, I would lend you a helping hand.

    I am always inspired and blessed by your blog, messages, and art. I wish there was a way I could give something back to you.ReplyCancel

  • DeeJuly 25, 2013 - 9:19 pm

    1. Both
    2. As much as any other
    3. Not really, I own several(5 different ones) but I love they way YOU work with cutting dies! Your work had made me fall in love with them all over again.
    4. Not really, it has its place and I don’t feel it’s here.
    5. More tutorials with bows and embellishments. You really know how to add just the right amount of whatever to bring balance and beauty to a project.
    I really would like to learn how to do that better.ReplyCancel

  • Cathy HomanJuly 25, 2013 - 9:26 pm

    1. See and Learn. 2. Rarely. 3. Yes. 4. Yes. 5. Your tutorials are great. I love learning new things, and you make it seem easy. Thanks for sharing your talent. You are amazing.ReplyCancel

  • TammyJuly 25, 2013 - 9:27 pm

    I come here to see, I don’t have many spellbinder dies, nor are my cards as fancy, layered as your but I do love to look and dream!ReplyCancel

  • RizwanaJuly 25, 2013 - 9:31 pm

    Hi Becca
    I am thrilled we are being asked what we would like more from your blog you give us soo much already.
    1. Love to see, learn and be inspired.
    2. A good balance of both complex and simple cards.
    4. Yes but i do not own a cutting machine.
    5. Love your tutorials and would love to see your gallery of cards perhaps with instructions on how to make them.
    Thanks for sharing and asking take care and God Bless.ReplyCancel

  • PamJuly 25, 2013 - 9:41 pm

    Hi Becca,
    Thanks for the opportunity to share…love your site and admire your creativity.
    1. see & learn 2. rarely 3. no 4. no 5. tutorials
    I really enjoy visiting your site to relax and enjoy seeing your beautiful cards!ReplyCancel

  • Joanne M.July 25, 2013 - 9:54 pm

    Hi Becca ,
    I live in Belleville, Ontario, Canada and I have been routinely following your blog for just over two years. I am still amazed at the stunning cards, etc. that you so generously share with us so regularly. Thank you so much for listing the supplies that you use and generally giving instructions for each of your creations. I especially appreciate the tutorials and the wonderful way you show us how to use our dies in unexpected ways to create other items too. Now to answer the questions…
    1. I come to see your amazing creations and learn how to …..
    2. I am inspired by all your creations…complex and simple
    3. Yes, although I don’t use them very often because of ink cost.
    4. Yes, I do have a Cricut and would appreciate some free SVG files, but I love crafting with my Cuttlebug much more!!!!
    5. I love your Becca Bits and the video tutorials and would benefit from more. You are a wonderful teacher. I really missed your sharing your creations a while ago when you were so very busy with your kits. I couldn’t afford them and I would like to see more of those dies for sale at the Just Rite web site….did I recognize some of the new dies on their as being the from your kits? Please don’t ever consider leaving the blog you would leave too big a void in my crafting life! You are my go to person for inspiration with my Spellbinders dies.ReplyCancel

  • Pam JacobsonJuly 25, 2013 - 10:10 pm

    Already answered the 5 questions, but just have to come here every day to look again at all the beautiful projects!!ReplyCancel

  • Lu CJuly 25, 2013 - 10:52 pm

    1. both 2. As much as any other. 3. Not at this time (never say never :) 4. Have no clue what this even is LOL! 4.Love your videos!ReplyCancel

  • Rebya FalkJuly 25, 2013 - 11:10 pm

    1 see
    2as much as any other card
    3 no
    4 no
    5more tutorials would be niceReplyCancel

  • TammyJuly 25, 2013 - 11:27 pm

    1) I come to see, learn and be inspired. Your work is phenomenal in its self.
    2) Not as often
    3) yes
    4) yes
    5) I would like to see recipe’s for the cards you make and sometimes your thought process of how you came about what you did and why you did it.

    I love your work and I hope you stay true to yourself first and foremost. Anything else would just not be you. Good luck in however you decide to go.ReplyCancel

  • Marilyn HeppJuly 25, 2013 - 11:28 pm

    1. I come to learn and see the beautiful cards you do..
    2.Love simple cards, I can’t compete with the cards you do or reproduce them.
    3. yes I’m open to them.
    4> Yes I’d like to get a program for this.
    5. I’d like to see a little more simpler cards…and the A-2 size for easier mailing. But I love everything you do I just can not compete with you and recopy.ReplyCancel

  • Bette SJuly 25, 2013 - 11:32 pm

    1. To see your beautiful creations and learn how to make them myself.
    2. often but don’t leave out your very beautiful layered ones either.
    3. I have Stampin’ Up’s My Digital Studio but I have not learned how to use it and am not comfortable using it. I mainly use it to print out designer paper.
    4. I love your tutorials on how you make your fabulous projects.
    (and I’d love to see an updated photo of you – you are beautiful inside and out!)ReplyCancel

  • Jean BullockJuly 25, 2013 - 11:40 pm

    1. BOTH




    PS: Please don’t enter me into the contest. I just wanted to respond to your questions and let you know how much I appreciate you.ReplyCancel

  • Judith StrausbaughJuly 25, 2013 - 11:53 pm

    1. Daily basis
    2. I like both
    3. yes, I like digital paper
    4. I have a Silhouette Cameo that I use sometimes but not my first choice in stamping
    5. Would other types of folded cards, etc., maybe using objects found at home and the recipes for the cards.

    p.s. you do a fabulous job – keep it up. You are an inspirationReplyCancel

  • Isabel HernandezJuly 25, 2013 - 11:53 pm

    1. Both
    2. Rarely, love your intricate cards.
    3. No, never tried yet.
    4. No.
    5. I love everything you make, you inspire everyone.ReplyCancel

  • faridaJuly 26, 2013 - 12:03 am

    1. learn 2. no 3. yes 4. yes 5. tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Calli MedvedJuly 26, 2013 - 12:48 am

    1) I see, I’m inspired and I learn when I’m in your blog
    2) often
    3)and 4) yes
    5) more video tutorials, especially the one for the tutu &ribbon!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Donna TaylorJuly 26, 2013 - 12:59 am

    1 – Both see & learn, almost every day
    2 – I love seeing all your ideas
    3 – Sometimes
    4 – Not usually
    5 – More of the same please – I love seeing all that you doReplyCancel

  • John. LockwoodJuly 26, 2013 - 1:09 am

    1 both 2 rarely 3 yes 4 yes 5 more posts your stuff is simply amazing!ReplyCancel

  • Regina NJuly 26, 2013 - 1:14 am

    1.. Both learn and see what wonderful things you made for the day. 2 yes 3. Yes 4. Yes.5. More Tutorials. Every thing is yes yes yes That’s why I keep coming back. I’m waiting for the Gallery. please hurry.LOL I mean when you get the time. I’ll be here Thanks for a chance to win those cases i need then YesReplyCancel

  • GG Judy JacksonJuly 26, 2013 - 1:37 am

    Got a call from my son yesterday. He got the Spellbinders from Day 1. That was fast. When I won a year ago for Day 7, I didn’t get thee prize until mid or late September. They meant it when they said the winners would get them before they were in the stores. Of course we all won on day 1. We got your beautiful designs and step by step instructions.ReplyCancel

  • SuzanneKJuly 26, 2013 - 1:40 am

    Sounds very exciting, looking forward to the new blog but mostly to the tutorials. I adore your work and instructions to your beautiful creations would be wonderful. Thanks for all the beautiful inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • Cecelia CJuly 26, 2013 - 1:56 am

    1. – Both
    2. – Often
    3. – Sometimes
    4. – Yes, I LOVE my Cricut
    5. – anything you have time for is great with me. All your work is beautiful.

    thanks you sooo much for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • ShirleyJuly 26, 2013 - 3:46 am

    Hello Becca
    I am what you might call a “silent admirer” of your beautiful work. I pop over often for inspiration, but mostly to admire the beautiful work you do and share.
    I read your post and it warmed my heart. You already give freely in abundance by sharing all you create and this is much appreciated. I hope you do not mind if I respond, not to your blog preference questions, but to the questions you asked yourself.

    What are your goals? Only you will know your future goals, but I think you have reached and passed many selfless ones without realizing it.

    What do readers want? True readers will appreciate what you have given already and should accept whatever you give in the future.

    Being authentic? All your authenticity comes from your heart and is shown in your creativity.

    Of cause change is sometimes good, gives you a focus in life and another goal to reach. I am sure all your followers will be behind you in whatever you choose to do.


  • FrancesJuly 26, 2013 - 4:11 am

    1. Both
    2. As much as any other card
    3. Yes
    4. No–since I haven’t invested in a device that uses them.
    5. I love just about everything that you do. Your beautiful cards have been “points of departure” for several of my own cards. And I LOVE the boxes you make!! My desire (hasn’t happened yet) is to make sets of cards to give as gifts and presenting them in a beautiful box would be, to me, the “piece de resistance”.

    God bless you and may He continue to inspire you!ReplyCancel

  • MaryJuly 26, 2013 - 4:27 am

    1. Learn and inspiration
    2. Rarely, a good balance of simple and intricate is the key.
    3. No, love the feel and smell of gorgeous papers.
    4. Yes!
    5. More tutorials and alot more of your gorgeous cards!

  • Margaret AllenJuly 26, 2013 - 4:33 am

    Hi from “across the pond”. Before answering your brief questionaire I just wanted to say that I really enjoy your blog as it stands at the moment. Even though you don’t post daily, I always find myself clicking on the link and wondering if today is the day when there will be another stunning creation for us to admire and learn from. Your blog has a real elegance about it and that is only because of who you are as a person! However, having said that here are my answers:

    1. Both
    2. Both
    3. Yes!
    4. Yes. I have the small Cricut
    5. Tutorials – LOVE THEM!

    Enjoy the rest of your day
    Margaret (in the UK)ReplyCancel

  • Jody HammondJuly 26, 2013 - 5:13 am

    1. Both, love to see what you’ve made and I always learn something.
    2. 50/50 here, sometimes simple is elegant too!
    3. No, it takes too much ink to print.
    4. Undecided, I have two Cricuts but rarely use them.
    5. I would like to be able to read other people’s comments. They always come up with big black lines across the page and you can only read bits and pieces of them. I don’t think it’s my computer because I don’t get that with other blogs.

    Hope you have a great Friday Becca. Hugs, ~JodyReplyCancel

  • Tamara DixonJuly 26, 2013 - 5:18 am

    Always enjoy seeing your beautiful work! Looking forward to your new blog. I enjoy your tutorials. They are always very helpful!!ReplyCancel

  • DebbiJuly 26, 2013 - 5:36 am

    1. BOTH. I check out all your projects eagerly every time I receive one of your emails!
    2. Would love more simple cards – even though I love the fancy ones, I tend to make simple ones more often.
    3. No, I prefer purchasing paper that I like rather than investing in all that ink.
    4. Yes
    5. I love your tutorials and will enjoy your gallery (although I’m already following you on pinterest).ReplyCancel

  • Christy HawkinsJuly 26, 2013 - 5:47 am

    Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn? both

    How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely? rarely, love the layers; I can always simplify

    Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting? no, because ink is just too expensive. to me, the paper would cost more than purchased paper

    Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting? no, I purchased a Wishblade from Xyron several years ago. They stopped supporting this very costly too shortly after. I won’t buy another such tool. I want things I can depend on being useful.

    What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace? The combinations of layers you do so well.ReplyCancel

  • Nancy HandleyJuly 26, 2013 - 6:25 am

    1. See and learn. Even though I don’t have many dies, your work is inspiring.
    2. As often as any other card.
    3. I’ve never tried to use digital paper, I’m not sure about ink, printer, paper requirements. So, I’d say no.
    4. I’ve never tried digital cut files and know nothing about them.I have a cricuit but have only used the cartridges.
    5. More tutorials, maybe a book in the future from you?ReplyCancel

  • Francie in MontrealJuly 26, 2013 - 6:42 am

    What great fun – I love new stuff, even though the old stuff is fantablious!
    Ok, here’s what you asked…
    1. Both
    2. as much as any other card
    3. Yes
    4. No
    5. Continued instructions, list of ingredients & links if possible, and follow your heart – you’ve always out-done yourself. Also, make it manageable from your point of view – not cumbersome and difficult.
    Thank you for asking and have fun with this.ReplyCancel

  • DeniceJuly 26, 2013 - 6:50 am


    as much as any other card



    more tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Carol RossouwJuly 26, 2013 - 6:57 am

    1. Both (I love your style of cards!)
    2. I love to see anything you come up with
    3. Open to digital paper (use it a lot)
    4. Can’t use cut files (don’t have a machine)
    5. Love learning new things (especially the clever ways in which you use tools/dies that we all have) – so keep the tutorials coming!

    Thanks for this chance to win! Blessings!ReplyCancel

  • piabauJuly 26, 2013 - 7:03 am

    1. I love your cards, 2.I love to see anything you come up with,3. open to digitale papers, 4. don’t have a machine, 5. love tutorials
    hugs PiaReplyCancel

  • Eileen L.July 26, 2013 - 7:04 am

    1. Both to see and learn
    2. Love simple and the layered
    3. Dont know anything about digital papers
    4. Dont know whats needed for cut files
    5. Love all your tutorials and step by step directions.ReplyCancel

  • Carole HodginsJuly 26, 2013 - 7:48 am

    After leaving my answers I remembered that I had meant to ask you Becca if it would be possible for you (and I will understand if it is just too hard) to include metric measurements in you tutorials for those of us from country’s that do not use imperial measurements. My score pal has only metric and to follow your instructions whilst madly trying to convert to metric is very difficult and I often give up and just have to admire your work without managing to give it a go.ReplyCancel

  • Sue MeyerJuly 26, 2013 - 7:55 am

    1. both – I am very much impressed with your card ideas….good spring board
    2. as much as any other card
    3. yes, I already use in card making
    4. yes, I already use in card making
    5. as you grow your gallery…..can you make it easy to pull certain types ie: Christmas, Easter, Holiday, Sympathy, Thank You, Birthday?
    Thank you for sharing your ideas and inspirations…ReplyCancel

  • JeanJuly 26, 2013 - 8:10 am

    Good morning Becca:

    I’m looking forward to the new amazing paper grace, however, if you didn’t change a thing it would still remain the best! Thank you for sharing your beautiful cards and tutorials, the tutorials are easy to follow. Have fun with renovating your site. Blessings, Jean.ReplyCancel

  • Patricia HowarthJuly 26, 2013 - 8:36 am

    Hi Becca, I come to your site because your cards are always so beautifully elegant, you always know just the right amount of embellishments to use and your digital papers are always gorgeous.
    1. To see, but mostly to learn and also for inspiration.
    2. Rarely, I like a small amount of simple but mostly I would love more advanced.
    3. Yes to digital, that is if you meant using the background papers from Bydigital for example.
    4. I am not too sure what digital cut files are, so I can’t answer that one, sorry.
    5. I love everything you put on your Blog, but more tutorials would be great.
    Good Luck with your Blog changes, have a lovely day.
    Lots of love from Patricia xxReplyCancel

  • Bert RiveraJuly 26, 2013 - 8:36 am
  • SandraJuly 26, 2013 - 8:50 am

    1. Both
    2 . I like both. But I like your layering. They are all beautiful.
    3. No
    4. No
    5. What ever you desire. Your tutorials are amazing.!!!!! as are your projects.. You inspire us to try new things. Expand our ability.ReplyCancel

  • TeresaJuly 26, 2013 - 8:52 am

    Day 2.ReplyCancel

  • yvonneJuly 26, 2013 - 8:59 am

    1. I come to do both I love to see your inspiration which helps fuel mine, and i definitely learn from you as well
    2. I love both the simple cards and the more intricate.
    3. Yes I’m open to digital papers
    4. No i don’t own a digital cutter from files just a Cricut mini
    5. Tutorials i love them and more of them please.

    I hate waiting for you to post something new but get excited when I log in and instantly notice that there is…

    I’m just about to set up my own blog site and it’s no easy job, so I envy you the fact that you are already down thank road. I’m dreading it as well as looking forward to getting it up and running but I’m going need help along the way as I’m def not an it expert.

    Thanks BeccaReplyCancel

  • Debby WaltersJuly 26, 2013 - 9:01 am


    I have followed you for years. Your work is amazing. You entice me to add more spellbinders to my collection. I just simply love your work.
    Answers to your questions: 1. both 2. love to see it all, 3 yes 4 yes and 5, I especially love your tutorials.

    Most importantly, I feel connected to you, unlike the many other sites I view. You always lift me up when I am feeling down, just by watching one of your tutorials. I always feel better. I feel like you are my friend and I would miss that most of all.ReplyCancel

  • Brenda PearceJuly 26, 2013 - 9:02 am

    I love your site and looking at all the beautiful things you make! Would also like to see more size A2 cards. Also, cards not so thick with embellishments that they won’t fit in an envelope. The cards I make I am mailing. Thanks for listening!ReplyCancel

  • BarbieJuly 26, 2013 - 9:07 am

    I have been looking at your site for about 2 years. I love it, you are such a Godly woman thank you!
    1 See
    2 Love to variety
    3 yes
    4 yes
    5 love to learn!ReplyCancel

  • Kathy RJuly 26, 2013 - 9:08 am

    1 learn 2 rarely 3 no 4 no 5 less layered cardsReplyCancel

  • alsmouseJuly 26, 2013 - 9:22 am

    2.I like a mix of card styles
    3.digital paper – NO
    4.digital cut files – I don’t know what these are.
    5.more of your stunning creations & the tutorials to make them.
    What ever changes you make are part of your growth. I’ll keep coming back no matter what.ReplyCancel

  • DarlaJuly 26, 2013 - 9:24 am

    1. learn and see
    2. 50%
    3. no
    4. no
    5. tutorials and links to supplies

    Thanks! You have a beautiful blog!ReplyCancel

  • JulieJuly 26, 2013 - 9:41 am

    1. both 2. rarely 3. yes 4. yes 5. the gallery and directions and links to YouTube videos in the direction where applicableReplyCancel

  • LisaJuly 26, 2013 - 9:44 am

    1. Both
    2.Doesn’t matter to me
    3. Ink is too expensive
    4. Don’t know how and don’t have a machine to do it on!
    5. Your mind is sooo creative and inspirational. I do like your tutorials and have been very helpful.
    May God bless you in all your endeavors and please don’t forget to spend time w/ your loved ones! We all get so hung up on our responsibilities.ReplyCancel

  • SueJuly 26, 2013 - 9:46 am

    1. Both
    2. Sometimes
    3. Yes
    4. Maybe
    5. Free downloadable instructions in PDF. Videos are nice, too, but I really like printed instructions. This could just include a picture of the card and the recipe, not step by step.

    I appreciate all your creations. They are inspiring and uplifting. Also am grateful for your willingness to share. Will continue to follow whatever direction you go! God Bless.ReplyCancel

  • NikiJuly 26, 2013 - 9:50 am

    1. Love to look
    2. Like to see fewer layers, as I think that I can make those. So, as much as any other type.
    3. Yes
    4. No
    5. I really like seeing your beautiful creations! It would be great to have some tutorials that are a little simpler than most of your work. Even your clean and simple are sometimes more than I have supplies (or patience!) for.

    I’ve ordered some of the storage cases based on your recommendation on your blog, they are wonderful!

    Thanks for sharing your inspiration.


  • FatimaJuly 26, 2013 - 9:53 am

    1 – Both
    2 – Depending what I’m looking for. Love the simple cards and the more elaborate ones too.
    3 – Yes
    4 – Yes
    5 – A reference section that lists your cards by theme and once you click on it it shows the card. Links to supplies that you use. Your tutorials are wonderful. You’re my go to site for inspiration. Also love your line of dies and stamps at JustRite PapercraftsReplyCancel

  • Bernie DJuly 26, 2013 - 10:03 am

    1. Both, 2. Often, 3. Yes, 4. Yes, 5. More tutorials, written and/or video instructions on your beautiful cards, and a list of supplies for your projects. I’d also love to hear more on how you store and organize your crafts supplies and tools. I’ve been coming to your blog for over a year now, thanks for such a wonderful and inspiring blog. I am always amazed at the beautiful cards you create. Thanks too for Becca’s bits and your organization ideas. Looking forward to your new and improved blog.ReplyCancel

  • Nancy DawesJuly 26, 2013 - 10:03 am

    Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn? BOTH
    How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely? I LIKE THE ENGINEERING!
    Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting? I DO WHEN I HAVE A GOOD PRINTER
    Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting? WISH I COULD
    What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace? LOVE WHAT YOU DO ALREADY. MAYBE MORE TUTORIALS.

    Thank you for sharing your heart and love of crafts with us Becca, I have been following you for years and have laughed and cried with you. I will continue to follow no matter what path you choose.

    Take card.

  • croppinmamaJuly 26, 2013 - 10:07 am

    Would love to see wherre you get your inspriation…
    Thanks for the blog candy offering…ReplyCancel

  • christiJuly 26, 2013 - 10:09 am

    ok, thought some on the questions and now i have my answers.

    1. both
    2. i prefer the fancy cards but i like a nice simple card maybe 10% of the time. sometimes your simple cards are way to complex. that’s how i learn by seeing what’s out there and taking the part i can do and make it mine.
    3. y, i would love a really good step by step lesson on using digital papers and aquiring them and saving and manipulating them. from start to finish. including what paper to print on and what printer settings. the whole bottle of wax.
    4. digital cut files are foreign to me. i know what they are but not sure i can use them with what i have now and would love to see by tutorial what machines use them and how.
    5.i love seeing your cards. my favorites are when you show us different ways to use what we have. the thinking out of the box creativity. i can do alot but don’t come up with it on my own.

    thanks for the chance to win these and i’ll be looking forward to a digital paper video!ReplyCancel

  • Joanne M.July 26, 2013 - 10:14 am

    I’m commenting today for another entry in your fab give-away. I checked out these holders last time you had them on your blog and because I live in Canada the shipping was way, way, way out of my budget!!!! I would be tickled pink to win these just for the shipping cost alone…lol….not to mention that I have so many Spellbinders that I desperately need help to organize and store them. When I answered your questions I forgot to say that I would really appreciate having your tutorials in PDF format so that I could print it out and have a visual when I am crafting….the videos are great but when you get to a certain age it helps to have a printout for those step by step instructions LOL The other thing I would like to see is a gallery of all your creations (maybe categorized by die set)…it would be a quick way of finding just how you used a particular die set.
    Hope you have a great day!ReplyCancel

  • Carol BJuly 26, 2013 - 10:15 am

    1. Definitely Both
    2. Rarely
    3. No
    4. Yes
    5. I love your tutorials….more tutorials. Also, I know your cards don’t just go together perfectly so I’d be interested in knowing more about the thinking behind how you problem solve.


  • ShavannaJuly 26, 2013 - 10:26 am

    I come to see and learn.
    I really don’t do anything digital at this point.
    I absolutely love the tutorials and would appreciate more tutorials and the gallery would be amazing as I’ve learned so much from visiting your sight.
    I love the layering techniques as I am awful at layering but want to so badly.
    I think you are amazing and absolutely love our sight and appreciate my bow maker and all the things I learn when I visit several times a week.ReplyCancel

  • Caryn S. (Scrapnsing)July 26, 2013 - 10:35 am

    1) I come to do both!

    2) As much as any other card



    5) I’d love to see more tutorials, but also please fix the comment section to be multi-page – you get so many comments that are not visible because they cluster at the bottom of the page. I love to read other people’s comments – sometimes they point out things that I didn’t notice!ReplyCancel

  • Jean E.July 26, 2013 - 10:54 am

    1- both
    2- rarely
    3- yes
    4- no
    5- your unique creations
    Can’t wait to see your new blog! Please continue with the tutorials. Becca, you are an inspirational gift from heaven.

    Thank you for the opportunity to win the storage cases.ReplyCancel

  • JanJuly 26, 2013 - 11:40 am

    1 – both 2- love all cards, but enjoy especially the lacy ones you design
    3- yes. 4- love to learn more about digital from the beginning basics
    5- would also like to learn more about how you determine the layers and more tips on using spellbinders, ways to save time, do you cut multiples, etc.
    Thanks for all you share!ReplyCancel

  • Karen HetheringtonJuly 26, 2013 - 12:18 pm

    2.as much as any other
    5.More lovely cards and excellent tutorials. I really enjoy both and you inspire me!ReplyCancel

  • Marie SellersJuly 26, 2013 - 12:22 pm

    Another entry to win the storage items!ReplyCancel

  • Barb DombkJuly 26, 2013 - 12:31 pm

    Another entry to win the storage items.ReplyCancel

  • Rosie WaldtJuly 26, 2013 - 12:32 pm

    Becca: again, thx for sharing all your talents and this is the 3rd entry to win the eye candy.ReplyCancel

  • Nancy WilcoxJuly 26, 2013 - 12:36 pm

    1. both
    2. as much as
    3. Haven’t yet
    4. no
    5. More of the tips and techniques. I’ve used some of your storage and organizing suggestions. I find those as helpful as the card ideas.ReplyCancel

  • HaliaJuly 26, 2013 - 12:38 pm

    1. see, learn, get inspired., 2. As long as they’re classy & elegant they can be easy, simple or more time consuming., 3. Yes, 4. Yes, 5. Video TutorialsReplyCancel

  • ~Jo~July 26, 2013 - 12:51 pm

    1. Both
    2.How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – As much as any other card. It really doesn’t matter , I enjoy all your cards.
    3.Yes I am
    4.Yes I am
    5.Some tutorials on 3D projects.ReplyCancel

  • AlexandraJuly 26, 2013 - 1:05 pm

    To admire, learn and be inspired. Thanks.
    I don’t mind seeing quicker simpler cards, these come in handy, but I love that your detailed cards inspire me to be more creative with my dies.
    Yes, I have some gorgeous digital papers and use these when I want.
    No, I have a 3 different die cutting machines that use cartridges, but don’t have the digital cut file variety.
    I would love more of your tutorials, you explain what you do clearly with the dies, and love that you even go through the basic scoring and measuring to help us create beautiful projects.ReplyCancel

  • Camille M. RussellJuly 26, 2013 - 1:27 pm

    1. Learn
    5.The one tutorial I have been BEGGING for since at least the start of the year (maybe since last December). And that would be for those silver and gold snowflakes that you adorned boxes, gifts and made as tree ornaments. They were done with Spellbinders dies that I bought and then there has been no response from you with a tutorial as to how to cut and fold them. Please, I know you are busy, but you asked….and I answered.Thanks, CamilleReplyCancel

  • VioletJuly 26, 2013 - 1:45 pm

    I’ve already answered but I would love more tutorials.ReplyCancel

  • Lynn G.July 26, 2013 - 1:54 pm

    1. Both…I love to see the beauty in your creations and I am so eager to learn.
    2. As much as any other type….I like the way you do them now.
    3. I am open to digital paper; but, not a lot. It is too expensive for me.
    4. I have a cricut; but, barely use it as I so love the dies and my Big Shot. So, maybe some; but, not a lot.
    5. Definitely love tutorials and techniques. I love the video’s that you make. And, more “tool” learning. Also, I love it when you mix inks or pigments. And, I like to know what actually inspired you to make your cards and projects.


  • Angela FehrJuly 26, 2013 - 1:56 pm

    1. usually to see. I know a lot of techniques already – but I do love your bow tutorials. But your 3D projects are always mindblowing!
    2. I would love to see simple versions of your fussiest cards – I’m a happy medium kind of girl.
    3. I don’t use digital paper – can’t trust my printer.
    4. I use a Silhouette to cut digital files and would love digi cut files.
    5. I wish you would enable full posts in blog readers. My internet is often slow and it hinders me from visiting your site sometimes.ReplyCancel

  • Nancy BJuly 26, 2013 - 2:57 pm

    Hey Becca,
    This is my 2nd day of commenting. I too would like to see more cards that would fit in an A2 envelope as this is how I do most of my cards.ReplyCancel

  • Barbara PhillipsJuly 26, 2013 - 2:58 pm

    1. See and Learn
    2.Would love to see simple and complex cards in equal amounts.
    3.I only have Cds and use rarely.
    5.More videos, techniques and tutorials please!!!!!!!!!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • SheilaJuly 26, 2013 - 3:15 pm

    1. Learn
    2. Often
    3. Yes
    4. Always wondered how the cut files work? Tutorial, please?
    5. More Tutorials, so answer to 4 can be simplified :-)ReplyCancel

  • KimJuly 26, 2013 - 3:28 pm

    1.I come to see and to learn. You are a huge inspiration to me.
    2.I love all of your work, simple or extensive. Your posts make it look easy and I can generally re-create what you have made just by looking at the pictures.
    3.I love digi papers!
    4.I use digi cut files for several of my cards. I can’t live without my Silhouette!!!
    5.I think what you are doing is wonderful. I archive nearly all of your blog posts, then eventually print them out and store in a notebook to use as a guideline when I am making cards.

    This will kind of sound like I’m brown nosing, it’s not meant to (I just wanted to provide feedback). If for some odd chance, my name is drawn for the storage cases, please draw again. I have a lot of those storage cases and would like someone else to have them. I always look forward to your posts to see what amazing creation you have made.ReplyCancel

  • Rita McJuly 26, 2013 - 3:30 pm

    it’s just me entering again
    thanks for the chance to winReplyCancel

  • JuliannJuly 26, 2013 - 4:05 pm

    1. Both
    2. Rarely
    3. No
    4. No
    5. The use of some of the older dies that still are available to purchase… for newer people, but the people who have been making cards might already have. I like that you do larger cards-I almost always have to make my envelopes to fit my cards.
    It seems that I can never fit my designs on a A2 size card. I found your blog by accident and I enjoy it immensely. Thanks for introducing me to Tapeonline ( I’ve been able to continue organizing in a more cost effective manor) and QuiteFire Designs-a wonderful company.ReplyCancel

  • Desiree YoungJuly 26, 2013 - 4:51 pm

    I already answered your questions from above, but I would like to see what your crafting space looks like. I struggle with storage and that takes more of my time then crafting actually does!ReplyCancel

  • June BallengerJuly 26, 2013 - 5:23 pm

    Hi Becca
    1 – I love both
    2 – I do like the simple cards but also really like the intricately cut cards that
    you create
    3 – I do use digital images but with care because of the cost if ink
    4 – No
    5 – More tutorials you are so very good at explaining each process.

    I always look forward to looking at your blog to see what little gem you have designed. Your blog has a feelgood feeling about it very friendly and welcoming.
    Keep up the good work Becca.

    Best wishes from June in London England.
    Best wishes from June in London EnglandReplyCancel

  • Cindi WellsJuly 26, 2013 - 5:26 pm

    1. Learn 2. rarely3. haven’t used digital yet, but would love to learn. 4. same as 3 haven’t used digital but need to learn. More tutorial for sure.ReplyCancel

  • Martha RJuly 26, 2013 - 5:31 pm

    1- Both
    2- As much as any
    5-More tutorials
    I really love to check in and see what wonderful creations you have come up with. I have not been disappointed with any of your creations.
    PS-These cases are wonderful.ReplyCancel

  • Melissa BJuly 26, 2013 - 5:38 pm

    1. Look, learn and be inspired. Your creations are so beautiful!
    2. Equal amounts
    3. The only digital I use is wording
    4. I like the creativity of using my hands
    5. I love your tutorials, you should make CDs of them and sell them!ReplyCancel

  • Sally J.July 26, 2013 - 5:48 pm

    I love visiting your site. You always have the prettiest cards and use such pretty color combos!ReplyCancel

  • DesireeJuly 26, 2013 - 5:51 pm

    1. I am always dying to see what you have posted and to learn how you put together your beautiful creations.
    2. I like simple and even your simple cards are usually stunning.
    3. Yes
    4. Don’t have a digital cutting machine but am tempted by the Silhouette. At the moment – no.
    5. Tutorials – please bring back your tutorials on bows or sell a download separately to your bowmaker as I already have one.
    Thank you for the huge pleasure you give to so many people by sharing your wonderful talent.ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie BalabanJuly 26, 2013 - 5:54 pm

    1. Mostly see, as your cards are too layered to send in ordinary envelopes, but they are beautiful. 2. 50-50 Useable cards would be great, but love your creations, too. 3. No. There are so many beautiful papers out there that I wouldn’t waste the ink to print my own–too expensive. 4. Yes. 5.Tutorials are great.ReplyCancel

  • Jeanne K TaylorJuly 26, 2013 - 6:27 pm

    1. I come to your blog almost daily to “drool” over your latest creation and to
    be inspired by your creativity. 2. I would love to see a few more simple cards A2 size, but your multi-layered cards are the gems from which I adapt many of my cards. 3. No on the digital paper, because I have so much paper I will probably die with a massive collection. 4. No,not for me. 5. Your tutorials are timeless and I love the techniques. Keep them coming.ReplyCancel

  • Nancy RobertaJuly 26, 2013 - 6:30 pm

    Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn? BOTH – I love all your cards and I love the videos so I too can make them.
    How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely? your cards are the best – I can see simple cards on all the other blogs.
    Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting? I do digital scrapbooking but I like layering on cards
    Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting? yes
    What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace? love everything you do – I think you are one step from perfection!!!
    Your blog is one I go to almost every day!!!
    Keep up the good work! Can’t wait to see the changes.ReplyCancel

  • Pat PeeleJuly 26, 2013 - 6:40 pm

    I come to see and learn.
    Love the multilayered cards but would like to see some simple cards
    Very expensive
    No digital cutter
    Love tutorials. You do an excellent job.ReplyCancel

  • HettieJuly 26, 2013 - 6:47 pm

    Love the tutorials.ReplyCancel

  • PamJuly 26, 2013 - 6:54 pm

    Love the multilayered cards, occasional simpler would be good

  • kathleen schantzJuly 26, 2013 - 6:56 pm

    1.daily 2. often 3. no 4. no 5. more of the sameReplyCancel

  • Susan MillerJuly 26, 2013 - 7:01 pm

    1.I come to amazingpapergrace to get new ideas or help recover old ideas I have filed away in my head!
    2.I would like to see simple, minimal layer cards here as often as you would care to put them on your site
    3.Yes, I am DEFINITELY open to using digital paper
    4.YES, I am INTERESTED in using digital cut files
    5.I would like to see more altered art ideasReplyCancel

  • Dorothy HarrsionJuly 26, 2013 - 7:13 pm

    1. You have taught me so much! I keep coming back not only to see but to learn!
    2. I love your elegance – you will bring it to simple as well as intricate, but my favorite are your intricate cards!
    3. Digital paper? I am not sure what it is….
    4. No digital cutter
    5. Looking forward to your new site!ReplyCancel

  • Veronica FoleyJuly 26, 2013 - 7:54 pm

    Hi Becca, would love to see more tutorials on how you use the spellbinders dies and layering them to achieve the works of art you create. Love, , love, , love your cards. Thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • Kelly FlahertyJuly 26, 2013 - 8:58 pm

    1. See and learn, and be amazed. 2. ALL of your cards are breathtaking so whether is is intricately done or simplistic, I have no preference. 3. Digital paper is wonderful because you can re-size it. 4. I have no idea what digital cut files are, nor do I know how to put them where I want. 5. I am really looking forward to the gallery because the current “search” for past cards is rather time consuming.ReplyCancel

  • Kelly FlahertyJuly 26, 2013 - 9:00 pm

    I would love to learn how to make those stunning stick pins you use. I am not even sure what to start with!ReplyCancel

  • TheresaMPJuly 26, 2013 - 9:15 pm

    1. Learn mostly but sometimes just see
    2. I tend to make layered cards must more often so I like to see them more 3. no – I don’t have the resources to be able to buy the printer and ink required to print my own papers
    4. no, again a resource issue – can’t afford a cutting machine
    5. More Tutorials. love tutorials

    thanks for everything you share.ReplyCancel

  • Michelle CoonJuly 26, 2013 - 9:28 pm

    1. Both
    2. Often
    3. Not so much
    4. Possibly
    5. More of the same. Your pieces are always breath taking. I am always inspired.ReplyCancel

  • Margie LuttrellJuly 26, 2013 - 9:47 pm

    To be inspired – your cards are so unique and to learn.
    Even your simple cards are elegant – but I love your fancy ones!
    I come to your site every day. I go thru withdrawals when you don’t put something up every day. I know, how selfish of me! So I would say, more, more, more – LOL!ReplyCancel

  • Angelina WesselsJuly 26, 2013 - 10:46 pm

    Hi Becca,

    I love that you are willing to make changes and ask for insight from others –
    here are your answers – 1. Both, 2. Rarely, 3. No, 4. No, 5. Printable tutorials – I miss your Monthly kits – such great ideas and beautiful things to create!ReplyCancel

  • Bonnie TipckeJuly 26, 2013 - 11:19 pm

    1. both
    2. often
    3. not sure
    4. never have but would like to learn more about how to do that
    5. love it as isReplyCancel

  • Beverly MontezJuly 27, 2013 - 12:03 am

    1. I come to see, and learn both. I also come for inspiration.
    2. I can find “simpler” cards anywhere. I love to see things with your personal flair. The only thing, the Spellbinders are expensive, and it is hard to afford as many as you sometimes use on one card–that is a bummer! I cannot imagine WHY those little pieces of metal are so expensive. So I try to sometimes substitute another company’s dies that are less costly when I am able to find them.
    3. LOVE digital paper and I do use it. Wish more mainline companies would do like Jillibean Soup and put out their retired lines in digital.
    4. Cut files won’t work for me, as I have a tremor that makes cutting difficult. That is why I love the stamp/die sets. I hope I am talking about the right kind of files.
    5. Maybe a question/answer box on the side? For hints–like. how to get the intricate Spellbinders to cut cleanly without having to run it through the machine a million times!

    Hope this helps!ReplyCancel

  • TerriJuly 27, 2013 - 12:13 am

    1) I like to both see and learn.

    2)I do like simple cards, one layered cards as well but I also love your more detailed art.


    4)So so. I prefer stamping or dies.

    5) Video tutorials would be great.

    Thanks Becca, Ter ;)ReplyCancel

  • LuanaJuly 27, 2013 - 12:41 am

    1 Both.
    3. In the near future, but not now.
    4. In the near future.
    5.More simple cards.ReplyCancel

  • June MetcalfeJuly 27, 2013 - 3:18 am

    1. Both
    2. Entirely up to you
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. Tutorials are wonderful, but I’m grateful for whatever you have time forReplyCancel

  • CraftypurpledragonJuly 27, 2013 - 3:57 am

    1. Both
    2. A mix of both simple and more advanced cards, but I appreciate anything you make the time to share with us.
    3. Definitely
    4. Not yet, it’s on my wish list.
    5. Tutorials, but again I appreciate anything you are willing to share with us.


    As well as sharing your art with us through your blog you also share a part of yourself. I do not think that you realise how much connect with and touch all that are blessed enough to discover your blog. We may be of different faiths but I admire and respect the amount of love and spirituality you put into everything you do. You are definitely a lightworker as well as a true artist.

    Thank you for all that you do.

    Love, light and Blessed Be.

    Suz xReplyCancel

  • Maddie HumblesJuly 27, 2013 - 4:39 am

    1. Both
    2. As much as any other cards
    3.Yes, love it.
    4. No not really as I don’t have digital cutting machine
    5. More of your fabulous cards, more tutorials and any ideas that you have that make crafting more interesting. More tips.ReplyCancel

  • Lorna HollidayJuly 27, 2013 - 4:57 am

    1. Learn and see2. often 3. no 4. no 5. More TutorialsReplyCancel

  • Ruth mthombeniJuly 27, 2013 - 5:51 am

    1. To relax, see, learn and be inspired. 2. Sipper cards that use less and take less time would be good. What you do is stunning. 3. No 4. No 5. Tutorials on 3d projects and bows.ReplyCancel

  • Sally J.July 27, 2013 - 6:14 am

    Thanks for the chance to win the cases! I stop in frequently to see what new creations you have for us to view. I love coming to your site–you have a real talent for “thinking outside the box”. You make such beautiful cards!!ReplyCancel

  • Katy LeslieJuly 27, 2013 - 6:27 am

    1) Both, I just love your work
    2) As much as any other type
    3) No
    4) No
    5) Anything your creative mind produces including guides to new tools/techniques.ReplyCancel

  • Pamela LengyelJuly 27, 2013 - 6:38 am

    Thanks for another opportunity Becca!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Cathy BJuly 27, 2013 - 6:49 am

    1. both
    2. As much as another card
    3. I haven’t yet but that could be interesting
    4. Yes that I have already done
    5. Well you do such a great job now and you are having the gallery added, can’t ask for more then that. Your blog is an inspiration to me and I check you out most everyday. Thanks for all you hard work.ReplyCancel

  • Monica LoreJuly 27, 2013 - 7:35 am

    I suppose these answers should be as thoughtful as your post, because you are by far my favourite designer.
    1. Both.
    2. I like the complex cards – I think they are a tribute to your paper engineering abilities. So, once in a while the simple cards are okay (i.e. rarely)
    3. I value paper crafting as a manual art. While I am pretty deft with a computer (30 years as an IT professional ), I would rather have items I can touch when start a project so at the moment I would have to say no to digital paper.
    4. same as above, no to digital cut files. While I have 4 die cut machines, they are all manual!
    5. I’d like to see more of what you’ve shared with us over the years. Work with YOUR favourite tools and I will be inspired (you’ve already inspired me to purchase many crafting tools and supplies!)ReplyCancel

  • Shirley BlairJuly 27, 2013 - 7:48 am

    1. Both
    2. Anything that is well designed. I love looking at the complicated designs and appreciate them as a work of art. I am more likely to take an idea or use a product from a simpler card.
    3. Yes if someone tells me how. I’d be interested in digital images but so far I haven’t tried them.
    4. Don’t know what it is so definitely need more details and what equipment is needed.
    5. I love the way you show how to use things in a different manner. You see things that I would never see. I loved the Martha Stewart punches series and also many of your Spellbinder cards.ReplyCancel

  • TeriJuly 27, 2013 - 8:16 am

    1. BOTH!!!
    2. Rarely
    3. Rarely
    4. Absolutely – Love my Silhouette!!!!
    5. You have a way of using supplies in a way I would never think of – quite inspirational….Keep it up!ReplyCancel

  • CandidaJuly 27, 2013 - 8:20 am

    1. Both. To me they are both interconnected, because I always learn something from your work.
    2. I like the whole range, from simple to complicated.
    3. Not really.
    4. No.
    5. I love your blog the way it is, but I love when you share your thought process to build a card.ReplyCancel

  • TeresaJuly 27, 2013 - 8:20 am

    Day 3. Thank YouReplyCancel

  • JeanJuly 27, 2013 - 8:32 am

    Good morning Becca:

    There is elegance in simplicity so simple cards are just as lovely as the detailed ones, and all of your cards are the most beautiful! Take care, Jean.ReplyCancel

  • Tamara DixonJuly 27, 2013 - 8:47 am

    Always enjoy looking at your beautiful creations. Would love more tutorials. Have a blessed day!ReplyCancel

  • Susan b.July 27, 2013 - 9:08 am

    1. Both!
    2. As much as any other card!!
    3 & 4. Willing to try.
    5. I love everything on Amazing Paper Grace and love your thoughts and insights. I would like more tutorials geared to those of us not as talented/gifted as you. I would love to be able to create a card as wonderful as yours.

    thanks for the chance to win!!ReplyCancel

  • Heather BJuly 27, 2013 - 9:13 am

    In your last segment you showed on organization you showed how you labeled your cases with a color coded system and/or words– if its possible to share that as a pdf or excel that would be great. No sense in reinventing the wheel– so there’s more energy for crafting. Thanks for being such an inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • Debbie in ColchesterJuly 27, 2013 - 9:14 am

    1. Both
    2. Often
    3. Not without tutorial
    4. No
    5. Anything as you are so generous in sharing your ideas, your talent is an inspiration to many crafters and we are all truly grateful. Looking forward to your gallery and I am sure it will be worth the wait. Good luck in completing the studio makeover I am sure it has been a challenge.ReplyCancel

  • Karen MJuly 27, 2013 - 9:46 am

    1.Both 2. Some 3. maybe 4. maybe 5. Love all your ideas and techniques. Enjoy everything you share.ReplyCancel

  • MickieJuly 27, 2013 - 9:49 am

    Good morning, would love to win!ReplyCancel

  • KathyJuly 27, 2013 - 10:24 am

    1. Learn
    2. Rarely
    3. Yes
    4. Rarely
    5. Tutorials as your choice. You do a goo d job of selecting when a tutorial is needed. I really enjoy your tutorials and watch every one of them!ReplyCancel

  • Rosie WaldtJuly 27, 2013 - 11:00 am

    Becca: This is an update and hope to win your eye candy you are giving away. Love all your vintage cards/boxes and the tutorials you give us.ReplyCancel

  • lorethaJuly 27, 2013 - 11:07 am

    1. Both
    2. As much as any other
    3. Yes
    4. Sometimes
    5. More TutorialsReplyCancel

  • Wendy LJuly 27, 2013 - 11:17 am

    1. I have just found your site and love it. I watched Youtube tutorial which was great. I want to learn and see new ideas.
    2. I like to look at any type of card.
    3. No I dont do techno stuff sorry
    4. as above
    5. Love your tutorials on Youtube, new ideas to use stuff I already have.
    wendy LReplyCancel

  • HaliaJuly 27, 2013 - 11:31 am

    Day three =)
    thanks for the opportunity!ReplyCancel

  • Angie H.July 27, 2013 - 12:11 pm

    1. see
    2. more please. I love seeing your beautiful creations, but I never create things with that much detail, just not my style.
    3. no, don’t use digital paper or elements
    4. no, don’t own any form of electronic die cutting machine
    5. Can’t wait to see the gallery!ReplyCancel

  • Shelly SchmidtJuly 27, 2013 - 12:21 pm

    1) to see or learn? I would say both- always amazing projects and the step by steps are great too.
    2) I rarely make CAS cards- but….I think you should be authentic to your true self…..
    3)digital paper- possibly……. I would really have to like it ….. : )
    4)digital cut files -YES- I have the Make The Cut : )
    5) I think you should keep on doing what you are already doing! I do like the tutorials you post on occasion- you have a great eye for design and balance!

    I love your blog- Thanks for sharing your creativity!

  • Peggy M.July 27, 2013 - 12:30 pm

    I love your blog. Your projects are BEAUTIFUL! I hope I win. :-)ReplyCancel

  • Carol LoganJuly 27, 2013 - 12:33 pm

    Thanks again Becca. Your website has always been a great inspiration. I still make a bunch of the Hexagon boxes that you did as a tutorial awhile back !!ReplyCancel

  • BarbaraJuly 27, 2013 - 12:39 pm

    I cannot comment in a word. So……….

    1.Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn?
    Both. Sometimes I’m looking for inspiration which is in abundance
    here, and sometimes I want to know how you did a particular item.
    Your videos are terrific for that!

    2.How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here –
    often, as much as any other card or rarely?
    I think it is helpful to have both; a beginner would be more comfortable starting more simply, and the more advanced can stack to the heavens.

    3.Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting?
    Absolutely! I have nearly a terabyte of digital scrapbooking kits,
    because that’s what I did first. I still buy and collect them.

    4.Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting?
    For me, I am more open to that one single thing than any other. I
    own two Silhouette digital cutters and I am a moderator on the
    largest cutting file forum on the internet. In fact, I’m here today to
    get your web address so I can point our 9300+ members to your
    site so they will understand dimension as no one else does it! You
    are one of my two all-time layering champs! Of course, I could
    NOT stop at just copying the web address, so here I am! Hi, Becca!

    5.What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace?
    You’ve covered it all in your questions, for me. Cutting files and
    using digi papers and elements, and of course technique as only you
    so uniquely use it.

    I can’t wait to see all the things you will do. This is always an exciting place to be.ReplyCancel

  • Charlotte ZweigoronJuly 27, 2013 - 12:44 pm

    1. I come to be amazed at what I see and to learn how to do it.

    2. Rarely

    3. Yes (I’ve gotten a couple on your recommendation but need to know what paper is best to use.)

    4. No

    5. Love the Step-by-Step instructions… keep that!! And, tutorials… got any new bows?ReplyCancel

  • Lara MosbyJuly 27, 2013 - 12:48 pm

    1. Both
    2.I like simple and fancy. Simple is nice from time to time so I can get an idea and run with it if I don’t have a ton of time.
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5.Cards, tutorials, your inspirations… I like what you do. I would rarely do something 3 dimensional like boxes, but I like to see the ideas.ReplyCancel

  • Susan L. GarvinJuly 27, 2013 - 12:49 pm

    1. Both – you are the best card maker ever!
    2. Rarely
    3. no
    5. I love your videos and would love to see more!ReplyCancel

  • Stella UptonJuly 27, 2013 - 12:50 pm

    1 look and learn
    2 occasionally
    3 I don’t use
    4 same as above
    5 more tutorials – I’ve learned so much from you. They are always very detailed and I thoroughly enjoy them.ReplyCancel

  • Nancy HandleyJuly 27, 2013 - 12:54 pm

    Adding to my I previous comments:
    I’d love to see your work space if you wouldn’t mind sharing it.ReplyCancel

  • croppinmamaJuly 27, 2013 - 1:03 pm

    Appreciate your detailed recipes; please keep them coming. But would also love to see cards with less layers that are able to mail with one first class stamp since I make cards for my MIL who has a ministry sending cards to the senior ladies, many of them widowed like yourself, so every penny counts.

    Thanks for asking for your readers’ input.ReplyCancel

  • CandyJuly 27, 2013 - 1:06 pm

    Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn? both
    How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely? yes
    Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting? not really
    Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting? no
    What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace? love the gate cards as they seem so different. And cards without flowers or ribbon…but I know that would be out of character. Just looking for masculine cards.

    I love everything!ReplyCancel

  • LageneJuly 27, 2013 - 1:07 pm

    Entering again! Love your tutorials!ReplyCancel

  • Sandra FJuly 27, 2013 - 1:07 pm

    1. Both
    2. Love your layering…helps me to try and think out of the box
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. Love more samples and tutorials. Do you die cut alot of shapes and then just try them til something looks great? Or do you visualize it?ReplyCancel

  • Gail L.July 27, 2013 - 1:26 pm

    1.Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn?
    Both, your creations are so beautiful!

    2.How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely?
    As much as any other card.

    3.Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting?

    4.Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting?
    Maybe, I’d have to learn how to do it!
    Pretty sure I could!

    5.What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace?
    I like different folds, but
    You just keep doing what you’re doing!ReplyCancel

  • Sheri E.July 27, 2013 - 1:38 pm

    2. Rarely-they don’t seem to be your style.
    5. I don’t have anything specific. I did want to say that your posts don’t show in my Feedly. I have to click to open them and honestly sometimes I don’t. I’m not sure if that is your settings or something in Feedly.
    Thanks for sharing your creativity with us!ReplyCancel

  • Joan FrickerJuly 27, 2013 - 1:42 pm

    1. Both
    2. as much
    3. no
    4. no
    5. I love your videos

    I just love your work and you!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Jan D., FloridaJuly 27, 2013 - 1:47 pm

    I already left a comment answering your questions, but to add to the last question, I always love hearing about any new products that come on the market and where they can be purchased. (you are how I learned about these clear cases…wonderful) I recently learned about the new E6000 spray mist adhesive and for the intricate dies I use, it’s been a Godsend. Love it.

    I heard of another product this morning that’s not new, but it was new to me and it’s called liquid frisket for masking intricate images vs. cutting out intricate image masks. It looks intriguing.ReplyCancel

  • Sandy BoothJuly 27, 2013 - 1:50 pm

    1: see, learn and pretend I am conversing with you!
    2: occasionally. I would like to see your easy cards!
    3: yes
    4: yes if I could figure out what to do
    5: more pics and tutorials of cardsReplyCancel

  • Miss GJuly 27, 2013 - 2:00 pm

    your cards are always beautiful. I love to visit your site, I find it relaxing.
    Keep up the good work.ReplyCancel

  • Donna DeWittJuly 27, 2013 - 2:05 pm

    Becca – Thanks for the chance to win the cases. I already answered all your questions. Thanks for all your wonderful inspiration!ReplyCancel

  • NancyJuly 27, 2013 - 2:12 pm

    Thanks for letting us enter to win the
    CD cases. Love all your work.ReplyCancel

  • Toni LuceroJuly 27, 2013 - 2:22 pm

    1. See and learn
    2. Rarely, just love the layered beautiful cards you create
    3. Yes, love digital paper
    4. Yes
    5. More tutorials, you do such lovely work I like to watch to learn more!!


    I’m eagerly awaiting your “overhauled” blog! I was part of the monthly program so am always interested when you have new items coming out! I’ll be checking in tomorrow!!


  • Anne (UK)July 27, 2013 - 2:24 pm

    Oh my! Just spotted your red and white creation as I logged in, but adding another comment here before I go and admire that beauty!
    Anne (UK) xReplyCancel

  • ChinnuJuly 27, 2013 - 2:27 pm

    Hi Becca! How kind of you to want our feedback and responses,

    1.I vist your blog almost everyday (also subscribe to your FeedBlitz email) to see and to learn
    2. Love simple cards as much as the more elaborate ones
    3. No interest in digital – I love the charm of a fully handmade card; a digital card does nothing for me
    4. No interest in digital /cut files
    5. More tutorials, please, and some quick & easy elegant cards ( I love your beautifully detailed cards but have so little time for crafting between work, elder care, etc. – I need some “quick” ones)ReplyCancel

  • JeanJuly 27, 2013 - 2:31 pm

    1. Both
    2. Layered cards have taken me to a different level in card making I think layering dies has helped me and you are an expert at that.
    3. Possibly
    4.no not at this time
    5.love instruction and inspirationReplyCancel

  • LaurieJuly 27, 2013 - 2:47 pm

    1. To learn and be inspired
    2. LOVE your layered cards but I also appreciate clean and simple
    3. No real interest in digital
    4. No
    5. More tutorials and pictures of your cardsReplyCancel

  • pamJuly 27, 2013 - 2:51 pm

    1. both; 2. just as much; 3. no; 4. no; 5. your videosReplyCancel

  • Betty WalkJuly 27, 2013 - 3:02 pm

    1. Yes, both
    2.. Love the layered cards but clean and simply are fun too!
    3. Love digital papers…use them all the time!
    4. Like digital cuts file, however they are a tease since I don’t have a machine.
    5. Love you tutorials, but would also like to see how to put your floral
    spays together and how to place them on your bows.ReplyCancel

  • MarciaJuly 27, 2013 - 3:21 pm

    1- yes both
    2- I would love to see some clena and simple too!
    3- no interest in digital papers..
    4- no interest also
    5- I like tutorials…….not only video, but also pictures are really fine

    thanks BEcca for being such an inspiration!


  • JanJuly 27, 2013 - 3:24 pm

    Very pretty Christmas card today.ReplyCancel

  • Mary Ann MidgleyJuly 27, 2013 - 3:41 pm

    I love your blog. You have such a beautiful artistic style to your cards. I love them.
    To answer your survey: I love to learn from you. You rarely have simple cards which is just fine. I use digital papers sometime from my Silhouette machine. I also use digitally cut designs from my Silhouette machine with my cards. And, I would love to see more tutorials.ReplyCancel

  • FranJuly 27, 2013 - 3:45 pm

    1. both
    2. I would like to some clean and simple cards also
    3. I do not use digital paper
    4. I would love to see things made with cut files. I recently got a Silhouette Portrait and would love to see some ideas.
    5. I love the tutorials and want to see cards made using the digital cut files. I love the Spellbinder dies and have quite a few, but they get really expensive-the cut files are less expensive.ReplyCancel

  • Tina EldridgeJuly 27, 2013 - 3:46 pm

    I only came across your blog by another blogger on Sue Wilson’s blog, so I just had to visit and see. I was blown away. I thought your site is a complete new opening for inspiration. I actually made one of your cards for my niece who moved into her first house, it was the card you made that welcomed your friends around for dinner. My niece thought it was stunning. Thankyou. Where you had the stamp of a house, I made a picture frame from a very small mold with clay and put home sweet home in the middle. With a big bow, pearls and gilding wax I was really pleased with the end result.

    I look at your blog every day hoping for more inspiration. Not disappointed with the Christmas card today………Love it.ReplyCancel

  • Tina DeLong AKA GardenDivaJuly 27, 2013 - 3:50 pm

    1. BOTH
    2. rarely
    3. no
    4. no
    5. More Videos………….it’s so much easier to do difficult projects once you see them done. And your videos can be played over and over. They are awesome and your creations are jaw-dropping. Blessings to you!ReplyCancel

  • OdileJuly 27, 2013 - 3:52 pm

    I am always delighted to look at your blog. I always enjoy it, every time Thank youReplyCancel

  • Carole HodginsJuly 27, 2013 - 4:27 pm

    Just popped my eyes back into their sockets after they fell out with amazement looking at your Christmas card. Stunning as usual Becca. I have a couple of questions. How did you get the red ink on the white die (not sure but I think it is twisted metal tag)
    The other question refers to the baby card you made for Savannah. I noted that many people like me wanted to know where you got the beautiful font that you said was computer generated. I am using windows 8 and I don’t have it. Has there been any news of those on the Nina yet? They are still in my prayers.
    Warm hugs from South AustraliaReplyCancel

  • JuanitaJuly 27, 2013 - 4:37 pm

    1. To See (always your beautiful works of art) and to learn.
    2. Often
    3. No – expensive to print and I like to see close up.
    4. No
    5. Anything you put out I totally enjoy seeing.

    Went on line right after I read your giveaway and ordered these cases, so if I win great, if not I know where to get the cases.ReplyCancel

  • Joyce HessenJuly 27, 2013 - 5:03 pm

    Dear Becca
    I just LOVE your Blog and all your creative talents that you share with us out in Cyberspace.
    You are my inspiration for all the cards I make.
    I wish you only to continue to be part of my Stamping and crafting.
    You are Rock always.
    Love from your Stamping friend Joyce from South Africa.ReplyCancel

  • Susan BugalskiJuly 27, 2013 - 5:04 pm

    1, Both 2. Yes 3. No 4. No 5. Your fantastic tutorials

    Thanks for asking.ReplyCancel

  • Debbie BernhiselJuly 27, 2013 - 5:24 pm

    1. Learn
    3. Yes
    4. I would like to but not sure I can use them with my cricut.
    5. I woud love more videos! Your videos are great!!ReplyCancel

  • Ginny IngramJuly 27, 2013 - 5:45 pm

    1. Both to see and to learn.
    2. Rarely.
    3. Perhaps, if I find out it will print nicely on my printer.
    4. Yes.
    5. I want to see more of your beautiful cards and not so many other projects. Also more projects using the older Spellbinder dies since my budget doesn’t allow me to purchase many new ones.ReplyCancel

  • magda quintanaJuly 27, 2013 - 5:52 pm

    1. Learn
    2. Simple cards
    3. No
    4. No
    5. TutorailsReplyCancel

  • Sandra SmithJuly 27, 2013 - 6:02 pm

    I tookthe survey but wanted to enter again! Hoping to win!ReplyCancel

  • Gloria CongerJuly 27, 2013 - 6:11 pm

    1. Both
    2. Rarely
    3. No
    4. No

    I love your cards so much because you never see anything similar anywhere else. They are all so original.ReplyCancel

  • Hazel BasnettJuly 27, 2013 - 6:24 pm

    1. both
    2. rarely
    3. no
    4. no
    your spectacular artistry never ceases to amaze, you help me see what other different uses I can find for my spellbinders… the results are always pleasing, thanks to your generous tutorials… love and light… Hazel.ReplyCancel

  • JudyJuly 27, 2013 - 6:31 pm

    1. I come to Amazing Grace to both See and Learn.

    2. I rarely like to see minimal layered cards, my favorite cards are the multi-multi layered ones.

    3. Not really open to using digital papers in my card making.

    4. Not really open to using digital cut files either in my card making. I honestly don’t like the look that the cut files gives the card, I think it takes away from it’s homemade look.

    5. I would like to have you continue with your more complex and cute cards with an occasional video on the really complex ones so that we can see how you got to the finished product.ReplyCancel

  • Joanne M.July 27, 2013 - 6:49 pm

    This is my entry for today. Thanks so much for the opportunity to win these cases. The shipping for me is just way to costly because I live in Canada. Wish I could find them on a site that didn’t charge so much in shipping. Have a wonderful weekend.ReplyCancel

  • WinnieJuly 27, 2013 - 6:57 pm

    Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn? Both
    How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely? I enjoy seeing intricate cards and layouts.
    Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting? not really
    Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting? no since I found out what they are..I don’t have the machines for this
    What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace? more tutorials.ReplyCancel

  • elizabeth murphyJuly 27, 2013 - 7:43 pm

    learn…… as much as any other……no…..no……tutorialsReplyCancel

  • LynneZJuly 27, 2013 - 7:52 pm

    Hi Becca – Boy when you ask for input you really get it. Do you know why? Because we all love you so much. I visit your blog both to see and learn – I always SEE something beautiful and always LEARN a new way to look at things. I enjoy seeing simple cards, but I love the way you use your layers so well. I would love to use digital paper, but digital cut files would involve a learning curve. I love anything any everything you do!ReplyCancel

  • DebraK in FloridaJuly 27, 2013 - 8:15 pm

    Just noticed for the first time that you gave a response to someone asking a question in your blog today… love that. One other thing that would be cool in your blog entries would be if you put the time it took you to create your card/project. Just a little trivia that would be interesting to know…ReplyCancel

  • Marcia TattersJuly 27, 2013 - 8:41 pm

    1 Both
    2 As much as any other. All your work is inspirational
    3 I already do thanks to your tutorials.
    4 I don’t know about these. I have a Sizzix.
    5 Everything you already do. It is like Christmas when I receive
    your email. Your work is a feast for eyes and soul and so beautiful to ponder upon and I learn a lot from your tutorials. Thank you Becca.ReplyCancel

  • ShirleyJuly 27, 2013 - 9:33 pm

    1 both
    2 I, being a beginner would like to see simple cards every once in a while
    3 yes
    4 no
    5 of course like everyone else I would like to see more of your very informative tutorials. It’s so calming to watch and listen to your instructions
    on how to make your beautiful cards, I can only hope to be as talented some day..ReplyCancel

  • TeresaJuly 27, 2013 - 9:45 pm

    Day 4 Thanks for the chance to win.ReplyCancel

  • TrishaJuly 27, 2013 - 10:09 pm

    Oh…I love surprises and can’t wait to see what you have in store for us, your fans :-)
    1) Love, learn, watch, mimick, create & generally be amazed by each posting.
    2) While I do enjoy some simple cards, it is your stacks of layers, ribbons & embellishments that keep me here.
    3) Digital papers are fun to have on hand but the cost of ink sometimes limits my using them.
    4) Digital cutting files are a great addition to my die collection.
    5) More tutorials. Love to watch you work :) The new dies have such endless possiblities, would love to see where you take them.
    Keep doing what you do best…using your imagination to it’s fullest.ReplyCancel

  • Kristine VencelJuly 27, 2013 - 10:10 pm

    My answers to your questions:
    1) Both
    2). Rarely
    3) Yes
    4) No
    5) More tutorials & ideas
    Thank you so much for the chance to win a gift! I just love seeing all your wonderful creations.ReplyCancel

  • Ivette MelzerJuly 27, 2013 - 10:14 pm

    1. Both
    2. Rarely – I love the layering and like to get inspiration from your site
    3. Yes
    4. Yes – if they will work for the Silhouette
    5. TutorialsReplyCancel

  • Linda from Linda MarJuly 27, 2013 - 10:27 pm

    1. Both – I like what I see, so I wan to learn how you did it. 2. I love the layering and intricacy. 3. I am a paper hoarder, so I can’t see using digital paper. 4. I wod like to learn how to use cut files. I have a cricut, but I would like to use my computer with some kind of link to my cricut. 5. I love the tutorials. You explain things clearly and have a nice voice.ReplyCancel

  • carole jefferyJuly 27, 2013 - 10:46 pm

    1. Learn and see
    2. rarely
    3. Yes
    4. No
    5. More video TutorialsReplyCancel

  • Jacquelyn AlexanderJuly 27, 2013 - 10:54 pm

    1. Both
    2. As much as any other
    3. No
    4. Yes
    5. More tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Erika tJuly 27, 2013 - 10:57 pm

    1. Both
    2. Rarely
    3. No
    5. I’d like to see anything you are interested in sharing. It’s your blog so put in it whatever makes YOU happy. Then I will be happy.ReplyCancel

  • Jacquelyn AlexanderJuly 27, 2013 - 10:59 pm

    I like all of your cards but I am a simple card marker and scrapbooker. It would be nice to see one simple out of 3 fancy cards. Your fancy cards are inspirational whether I can make them or not.

    Take care and good luck with your changes!ReplyCancel

  • Linda RoyaltyJuly 27, 2013 - 11:10 pm

    I like the use of die cuts in different ways. Is there a method to combine different dies? You make it look easy but it is not for me. Thanks for your hard work and sharing with us.ReplyCancel

  • Theresa R. BonettiJuly 27, 2013 - 11:22 pm

    1. Seeing your creations for inspiration and how uplifting they are to me & learning new techniques.
    2. Just sometimes, for those times when I don’t have a lot of time to create a really involved card.
    3. Yes, sometimes.
    4. No
    5. More how to’s/tutorials, where you find the products you use and how to use them, etc..
    I’ve been following all the news/blogs I can find on the Schooner Nina, I’m still praying for the crew and hoping they’ll wash up on shore/reef somewhere eventually. It’s still posible.. Can’t wait to see your blog changes/updates.. Becca, Thank you for all you share with us – it’s very much appreciated. {{HUGS}} TRReplyCancel

  • Desiree YoungJuly 27, 2013 - 11:29 pm

    I would love to win those wonderful die holders….so here I am again! Pick me random number generator. ;-)ReplyCancel

  • Lin Z.July 28, 2013 - 12:23 am

    1. Learn
    2 .Rarely
    3. Yes
    4. No
    5. In addition to more tutorial, I would also like to see what you do with inside of the cards. Sometime I really struggled with it.ReplyCancel

  • AdelinaJuly 28, 2013 - 12:56 am

    1. Both
    2. Often
    3. No
    4. Yes.
    5. More on the papers you use and where to find them.ReplyCancel

  • patricia p.July 28, 2013 - 2:38 am

    1. To see and learn
    2. often
    3. yes
    4. yes
    5. Video tutorials seeing it done and shown how is so important to me.
    Thank you Becca for your great Becca Bits.


  • MarilynYJuly 28, 2013 - 4:32 am

    1. See and Learn. I enjoy viewing your cards and find it challenging to case them. Each card is a learning tool for me.
    2. Rarely! I love multi-layering and find that more dimensions allow the card depth, interest, beauty and mystery.
    3. No. Am not very interesting in that avenue right now.
    4. Yes. I am always open to new adventures/tasks and willing to give everything a trial attempt.
    5. More projects for males and funerals and tutorials. Cards for guys and funerals are a challenge for me.
    Thank you, Lord, for sharing this multi-talented woman with us.ReplyCancel

  • MickieJuly 28, 2013 - 7:04 am

    Good luck to everyone but I sure wish it would be me, lol!ReplyCancel

  • Robyn LynnJuly 28, 2013 - 7:20 am

    1. Learn 2. often 3.No 4.No

    5. Very detailed instructions, size of finished card, & more tutorials.ReplyCancel

  • Donna DeWittJuly 28, 2013 - 7:39 am

    Checking in today with the hope of winning the cases, already answered your questions. Love your blog and get extremely excited to see a new post! Keep inspiring us….ReplyCancel

  • AntonellaJuly 28, 2013 - 7:44 am

    Good luck with your search within… I love your blog and all the beautiful cards.
    1. Both, I love your cards and the tutorials are great
    2. Rarely, I come here for your fully layered, textured cards
    3. I like digital paper, but rarely use it
    4. Yes, I use digital cut files today
    5. I’d love to see the inside of your cards – this is something I really struggle with

    Hugs, antonella :-)ReplyCancel

  • Becky EdmundsJuly 28, 2013 - 7:57 am

    1. Both
    2, Rarely
    3. No
    4. Yes
    5. Tutorials and VideosReplyCancel

  • MandyJuly 28, 2013 - 8:18 am

    1. Both to see and to learn. (but to learn is more than to see)
    2. I like all kind of cards you made and share, they inspire me.
    3. No
    4. No
    5. I like to see how to value add any kind of dies, so we can use them more in more creativity.
    Thank you very much, I enjoy visiting your blog very very much.ReplyCancel

  • EarlineJuly 28, 2013 - 8:40 am

    1. Colors coordinate, to be inspired, at time you motivate me, to learn from you

    2. Simply will be good from time to time



    5. Water colors, more guys cards, tutorial, sizes of the card(s) you are making. The paper weight you use. YOUR SMILE WE LOVE YOU BECCA oh yes the kids don’t forget them and what they are doingReplyCancel

  • Jill WolcottJuly 28, 2013 - 8:44 am

    1. See & Learn
    2. Very Often
    3. no
    4. no
    5. Don’t change anything! Love it all!ReplyCancel

  • SamanthaJuly 28, 2013 - 9:09 am

    1. Both! I love looking at your creations, and I love to learn new techniques and ideas.
    2. Prefer multi layered, but I kow anything you make will be simply gorgeous.
    3. Definitely!
    4. Sure
    5. Perhaps some masculine cards – they always stump me!ReplyCancel

  • MarciaJuly 28, 2013 - 9:43 am

    1) See inspiration get inspired and learn
    2) often
    3) open to using digital paper
    4) definitely open to using digital cut files
    5) I would love to see tutorials on paper embellishments like flowers and such. I love to learn different techniques and stylesReplyCancel

  • Cindy PotentierJuly 28, 2013 - 9:56 am

    Hi Becca, I’ve been very busy working on the house trying to get it ready to sell but I found some computer time today to drop by to say hi and get another entry, love reading everyone’s answers, suggestions etc.
    I too live in Canada and it is way to expensive to order these cases, like double the price of the cases, shipping is such a huge deterrant on so many levels. I check ebay and other places trying to find the same thing without getting over charged for shipping. I don’t get why one company can charge a little when another company charges a ton…it boggles the mind. Just Right finally brought their shipping down to 10.00 for orders under 100, but I am hoping to be able to put in a large order after we move and get free shipping, that will make my heart sing, I love their stuff, I do have a few of the clearance stamps they were selling ;) lol have a great day, ty for the offer and for always sharing your amazing creations with us :) big inky hugsReplyCancel

  • Muriel WilliamsJuly 28, 2013 - 9:58 am

    It would be lovely if you could incorporate some men or boy cards please.

    1. I look and learn.
    2. I like to see a variety of simple and intricate designs. For the beginner to advanced crafter.
    3. Love to see anything new. Whether it is just a sentiment or a digital paper. I am still learning to stamp. But there is the added cost involved.
    4. Yes please.
    5.Tutorials whether just photographs with measurements or video’s.

    Can I just say a very big Thank You for sharing your wonderful creations. You have been an inspiration to myself.ReplyCancel

  • PatSJuly 28, 2013 - 10:00 am

    1 Linked to you years ago and have been an avid follower since
    2.rarely, I enjoy your creativity for layers
    5.Continue your sharing of wonderful beautiful designs. I love your WOW factor with seeing your cards. I prefer to see writin out directions and video, but like the option of both.

    Becca, you are growing and expanding, which is great, but please don’t lose sight of your humble beginnings that make you so great and personable.ReplyCancel

  • TeresaJuly 28, 2013 - 10:07 am

    Just dropping in for another chance to enter. Thanks and have a great day!ReplyCancel

  • LauraJuly 28, 2013 - 10:29 am

    !. Learn
    2. as much as any card
    3. No
    4. Yes
    5. I’m a newbie here, so anything and everything. I came learning how to make that beautiful bow from Lacey Tier Digs….now I see so many mnay beautiful things…oh my! :)I’m a visual learner, but at the same time don’t have the internet usage available to watch it. So I’d save it and go to my sisters. :)ReplyCancel

  • Charlene DahlbergJuly 28, 2013 - 10:37 am

    HI Becca,

    You are such an inspiration. I can’t wait to see what you have in store for us in the coming weeks and months. Just trying to win those wonderful cases and another chance to say ‘Thank You” for sharing your talent with us.ReplyCancel

  • Donna RJuly 28, 2013 - 10:47 am

    Any tutorials greatly appreciated. I loved Becca’s Bits.ReplyCancel

  • randellynbJuly 28, 2013 - 11:04 am

    1. Both (see & learn)
    2. Just as much as any card design created.
    3. Yes, it would be fun to learn to use.
    4. Yes.
    5. Video tutorials; more/updates to organization projects; craft room tour.ReplyCancel

  • randellynbJuly 28, 2013 - 11:07 am

    It would be nice to have an easy reference to past projects and in the gallery if the photo could link to the tutorial. I love your beautiful site.ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie BalabanJuly 28, 2013 - 11:44 am

    I would like to go a little more in depth with your first question. I just love the majority of your cards, but they would require special envelopes and/or boxes-and extra postage. I do love all the new techniques you try and I can add and subtract layers to make cards more suitable for my lifestyle.
    The gorgeous designs always inspire me.ReplyCancel

  • Jeannie HaferJuly 28, 2013 - 12:15 pm

    1. See and Learn.
    2. Maybe a few
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. Gift Box Ideas and maybe some envelopes to match the cards

    I love your cards and am amazed at your creative ideas. I always open your e-mail first to see what beautiful item you have posted. I am always inspired to start making something after looking. Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Diana DonaldsonJuly 28, 2013 - 12:47 pm

    Thank you for sharing your talent and beautiful creations! in response to your survey questions: 1. see and learn; 2. rarely; 3. yes; 4. yes; tutorials and ideas.ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie WJuly 28, 2013 - 12:51 pm

    One of the things I find amazing about your cards is the way you use various dies cuts in these gorgeous combinations. I would love for you to share you thought process on how you layer the various dies. How do you decide which ones to match up?ReplyCancel

  • Sally J.July 28, 2013 - 12:54 pm

    Thanks for sharing all your beautiful cards and paper creations with us!ReplyCancel

  • Tamara DixonJuly 28, 2013 - 1:23 pm

    Love your beautiful work! Sure hope I win this wonderful prize.ReplyCancel

  • Sherry KushibabJuly 28, 2013 - 1:23 pm

    I get your e-mails and love to visit and be inspired. In all honesty whether you have layers or or keep it simple I am inspired as to how you think out of the box. You were one of the first people I discovered when I joined SCS, while I don’t always comment I do come visit. Purchased your bow maker and trying to do it justice. I will say it is sometimes hard navigating your site which s why e mails are helpful. While I love stamping I am growing fonder day by day of digi images. I have only played a little with paper digi’s, but what I’ve used has fit nicely with my designs. It’s exciting to wait and see what you will reveal. Also, I have a lovely way of storing my dies, but did buy a bunch of the DVD cases you recommended, for some larger dies and things- they are quite nice. Can’t wait to see what is coming.ReplyCancel

  • croppinmamaJuly 28, 2013 - 1:25 pm

    Please keep the tuts coming, but don’t stress over how many as we all know you wear many hats, too!ReplyCancel

  • Alicia PettusJuly 28, 2013 - 1:30 pm

    Do you come to amazingpapergrace to see or learn? Both, but mostly to learn new techniques and layering. How to use difrent dies in conjuction with diffrent products.

    How often do you like to see simple, minimal layer cards here – often, as much as any other card or rarely? I’m not really a simple cards person, so I would say rarely. I love coming here to see the gorgeous intricacy of the cards you make.

    Are you open to using digital paper in your crafting? Not really, my printer is horrible.

    Are you open to using digital cut files in your crafting?Yes! I have an ecutter and love getting digital cut (svg) files.

    What would you like to see here on amazingpapergrace? Scrapbook pages, home decor items, table scraps…ReplyCancel

  • HettieJuly 28, 2013 - 1:51 pm

    Would like to see more “how-to-tips” on using some of the new scrapbook tools.ReplyCancel

  • Donna LewisJuly 28, 2013 - 2:14 pm

    I come to your blog both to learn and to see. I have had many moments of “why didn’t I think of that”. You do such a wonderful job showing us how to layer, and I love that. Simple cards are not really for me. I like a challenge, that way I learn some. Digi paper is OK but I have so much paper, I could paper a couple of houses with it. Digi images are wonderful. No storing and easy to find. Cutting files, I don’t know about. I have a cricut that has internet access but I’ve yet to use that feature. No home decorations, no scrapbook pages, what you are doing is WONDERFUL. Don’t stress out over this. We love you the way you are. Your blog are always an inspiration. ThanksReplyCancel

  • pamJuly 28, 2013 - 3:03 pm

    just entering again, i’ve already answered the questions earlier. thanks for sharing your exquisite talent! PamReplyCancel

  • Debbie KasteJuly 28, 2013 - 3:33 pm

    1) I come to the site to see AND Learn:)
    2) Love simple and complex cards anytime!
    3) Enjoy using digital papers
    4) Am definately open to using cut digital files
    5) I’d like to see MORE on your site. Can’t seem to get enough, your creations are gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • Carol LoganJuly 28, 2013 - 3:37 pm

    Here again, must say that you have put some gorgeous cards up in the last couple of days. You are so talented. Glad to hear that some of your dies are coming back.ReplyCancel

  • SandyJuly 28, 2013 - 4:48 pm

    1. Learn
    2. rarely
    3. yes
    4. maybe
    5. more tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Carolyn PickenJuly 28, 2013 - 5:51 pm

    1. Both
    2. Ofter
    3. No
    4. No
    5. More tutorialsReplyCancel

  • Terri WJuly 28, 2013 - 5:55 pm

    1. Both see and Learn
    2. rarely
    3. I don’t digi sb
    5.I love everything you share with usReplyCancel

  • Angelina WesselsJuly 28, 2013 - 6:01 pm

    Becca, you have some beautiful projects that you are now releasing – I have those dies from the kits – can’t wait to try them with your ideas!ReplyCancel

  • JaneyJuly 28, 2013 - 8:35 pm

    1. see and learn
    2.simple and detailed – that’s how I learn
    3.open to learn how
    4. willing to learn
    5. tutorials – details, details, details. I study your cards to understand how
    you did a technique.

    I’ve been absent for awhile – had to take a break from stamping and refresh. Now, I’m eager to begin again.

    Beautiful cards.ReplyCancel

  • Eddie HeilJuly 28, 2013 - 8:36 pm

    1. I have been following you for YEARS and I love to learn how you do the cards.
    2. Rarely. I love your elaborate cards the best
    3. Absolutely
    4. absolutely. I never have, but am will to try anything
    5. More detailed tutorialsReplyCancel

  • JanJuly 28, 2013 - 8:42 pm

    Answered questions previously, love reading comments. Ideas for masculine cards would be great! Thanks, againReplyCancel

  • JudyJuly 28, 2013 - 9:13 pm

    1. Both see and Learn

    2. Rarely

    3. No

    4. No

    5. More fancy multi-layered cards and videos.ReplyCancel

  • Ree DonnellyJuly 28, 2013 - 9:29 pm

    1. both 2. often 3. no 4. no 5. More Tutorials

    Thanks, Becca!!!ReplyCancel

  • MaraleeJuly 28, 2013 - 9:49 pm

    1. See and learn 2. often 3. not yet 4. not yet 5. layering techniques
    You provide such new ways for me to think. The humor and warmth with which you approach writing and teaching is so valuable.ReplyCancel

  • Karen RatcliffeJuly 28, 2013 - 10:14 pm

    1. Both see and learn. Your cards are so amazing.
    2. Some simple are ok, but love the ones that are more intricate.
    3. Would be willing to try, with directions
    4. Not sure how this works or what I need to do this.
    5. Love your tutorials and more Becca bits.ReplyCancel

  • Jo Anna GrimsleyJuly 28, 2013 - 10:35 pm

    1. See, learn, get inspired
    2. Equal to
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. Anything you want to do. If I could only follow one blog, it would be yours. I love your tutorials and have used many of them. I would like to see some less “fancy” cards because I don’t have many dies. But I love your fancy cards too! Thanks for askingReplyCancel

  • DebraK in FloridaJuly 28, 2013 - 10:45 pm

    I’m reading that a lot of people aren’t into digi scrapping, so maybe once a month to showcase digi projects? ‘Would be a bummer to disregard them all together. You have a lot of comments to read, so I will keep this short…
    good luck compiling all the info!!!ReplyCancel

  • SHELLEEJuly 28, 2013 - 11:56 pm

    Hello Becca! I come to your site to SEE what I can LEARN!! I love to see your many layered cards, but the simple ones are the ones I can actually duplicate. I have tried the fancy ones, but I simply do not have the “Becca touch”! Although I continue to try! While I really enjoy seeing your digital work, I don’t use any digital papers or cuts–I’m just not that handy with the computer. I really enjoy your tutorials–both written and video–I have referred to them both frequently. Because of you, my Spellbinder collection has grown tremendously! Fortunately, they are small and relatively easy to store! Thank you for sharing your many talents with us!

  • Cheryl WrightJuly 29, 2013 - 3:33 am

    1. See and Learn (And be amazed by what you do!)
    2. As much or as little as you like.
    3. Yes, digital paper is fine. I’ve used it before.
    4. Yes. Haven’t used them before, but certainly willing to try.
    5. Love tutorials, and always appreciate them.ReplyCancel

  • Tamara DixonJuly 29, 2013 - 4:31 am

    Love all the tutorials! Have a blessed day!ReplyCancel

  • Sandra SmithJuly 29, 2013 - 5:42 am

    Entering today with high hopes of winning this storage for my dies. My collection of Spellbinders has grown a lot and new storage would be an amazing gift .

    I would also like to know if you would consider another kit club. I loved the one you just had but it just didn’t last long enough. I know that had nothing to do with youbut the kits were incredible!ReplyCancel

  • Sally J.July 29, 2013 - 6:10 am

    Thanks Becca for sharing all your creativity with us! I love viewing your cards most of all!ReplyCancel

  • JulieJuly 29, 2013 - 6:40 am

    1) See and Learn – I love how you put things together.
    2) Love both simple and complex. Sometimes I’m in the mood to do simple, sometimes complex.
    3) Love, love, love digital papers
    4) YES! Love cut digital files and using them!
    5) As is! It is so wonderful that you share your talent and knowledge with us.ReplyCancel

  • Becky EdmundsJuly 29, 2013 - 7:12 am

    Say “cards” and we all think of Becca, the Queen of our Hearts who inspires and teaches us and makes us hungry for more.ReplyCancel

  • TeresaJuly 29, 2013 - 8:57 am

    Thanks for another chance to enter.ReplyCancel

  • Karen WeddingJuly 29, 2013 - 9:11 am

    I would love to see you show more tutorials about assembling your creations. Instead of saying what the layers are, every now and then, show us how you assemble them. Love your work!ReplyCancel

  • Charlene DahlbergJuly 29, 2013 - 9:16 am

    Thanks again for the inspiration and the chance to win these casesReplyCancel

  • Donna DeWittJuly 29, 2013 - 9:25 am

    Hi Becca, checking in today for another chance to win the cases. What a beautiful card you’ve posted today. Keep providing us with such fabulous inspiration!ReplyCancel

  • Donna RJuly 29, 2013 - 9:29 am

    I would love to know how to layer the dies like you do. I obviously don;t have as many dies as you do but I’d like to know the thought process so maybe I could use the ones I do have more effectively. I’m not very creative when it come to layering things together and getting the best look.ReplyCancel

  • Lorrayne IngramJuly 29, 2013 - 9:31 am

    1I always come to see, but I really come because I want to learn.
    2. Simply is okay, but I love the intricacies and always am motivated to try them.
    3 I have done a few printed papers I downloaded of flowers.
    4 what format would the digital files be in, don’t want to have to buy another program that is the only one that can be opened by that program.
    5 I love all your tutorials. I am always showing them to my friends on how they can do their cards better.ReplyCancel

  • JanJuly 29, 2013 - 9:34 am

    I check out your site almost every day and always am rewarded with your beautiful cards, I get many ideas from these cards. Thank you.ReplyCancel

  • MickieJuly 29, 2013 - 9:37 am

    My NAME IS RANDOM, lol. Would love to win.ReplyCancel

  • OdileJuly 29, 2013 - 9:45 am

    Thank you for the everyday sharing of beauty and great Idea and the chance to win a nice price.ReplyCancel

  • Kristine VencelJuly 29, 2013 - 9:46 am

    I am so enjoying your JustRite designs. Each one is better then the last! Thank you so much for sharing all your gorgeous creations.ReplyCancel

  • Marie FishelbergJuly 29, 2013 - 9:50 am

    1- Learn
    2- both
    3- Yes
    4- Yes
    5- Tutorials
    Love to see your creations!!ReplyCancel

  • Karen LeasJuly 29, 2013 - 10:00 am

    1. Both 2. as much 3. no 4. no 5. tutorials and your craft roomReplyCancel

  • Becky GreenJuly 29, 2013 - 10:11 am

    You ALWAYS have THE BEST Giveaways Becca!!!!!!!!!!!!:) AND I HAVE TO SAY, with your polls & questions & your readers being SO IN-TUNE with you & TALKING BACK to you on your blog, YOU KNOW what people like & want!!!!!!!!!! :)ReplyCancel

  • Kay G.July 29, 2013 - 10:42 am

    I come to see and learn
    More tutorials, would love to see your craft room, more organization tipsReplyCancel

  • Evette K. CiampoJuly 29, 2013 - 10:51 am

    1/ both
    2. often
    3. NO
    4. NO
    5.directions on making your cards

    Thanks for a chance to win some much needed cases.ReplyCancel

  • Rosie WaldtJuly 29, 2013 - 10:58 am

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE YOUR CARD AGAIN THIS MORNING!! Now, I can’t decide which SB die I NEED!!!.ReplyCancel

  • HettieJuly 29, 2013 - 11:16 am

    I love all of your projects and tutorials. I’d like to see more tips and ideas on using dies to create unexpected designs and looks.ReplyCancel

  • Sherry LowmasterJuly 29, 2013 - 11:27 am

    1. both
    2. I love all your cards and projects, but just more apt to try the simple
    3. yes
    4. yes if I knew how to use, maybe a tutorial?
    5. learning how to mix and layer the sp diesReplyCancel

  • Carol PinkeyJuly 29, 2013 - 11:30 am

    1. I want to see and learn from your example.
    2. I would love to see whatever you make; there are times when I need
    A pretty card, but only have time for something more simple.
    3. Not a fan of digi paper.
    4. Not really interested.
    5. More tutorials, step by step instructions, etc.ReplyCancel

  • JudyJuly 29, 2013 - 11:54 am

    1. Both to see and to learn

    2. Rarely

    3. No

    4. No

    5. More of your fancy multi-layered cards and videosReplyCancel

  • Stephanie WJuly 29, 2013 - 11:59 am

    Do you plan your card out in your head first? If so, how often does your card end up looking like what you planned?ReplyCancel

  • Mary DavisJuly 29, 2013 - 12:24 pm

    1. Both – love to look at your cards and sometimes give it a try.
    2. I can see simple cards anywhere. I like the fancy samples.
    3. No – not interested.
    4. No – not interested
    5. Sometimes I would like to see the cards in a gallery.ReplyCancel

  • DebraK in FloridaJuly 29, 2013 - 12:57 pm

    I love how you always are thinking outside the box–or should I say, outside the die… your creative imagination is endless. Of all the blogs I follow, it’s yours I’ve followed the longest… You create beautiful things!ReplyCancel

  • LouiseJuly 29, 2013 - 1:04 pm

    1. Both
    2. I love both but like the simple ones easier for me to replicate.
    3. No.
    4. No, do not have the capability at this time.
    5. I love tutorials and step by step instructions. I also love to be given the links or information of the places you get your embellishments and other things I am not aware of.
    Thank you so much for all your beautiful creations, hard work, and caring about what we think.ReplyCancel

  • JanJuly 29, 2013 - 1:06 pm

    Last day entry but I have to say how beautiful these last cards are. You continue to top yourself! I keep having to buy more spellbinders & Justrite products , oh well :) love, love, love your work!ReplyCancel

  • Joanne M.July 29, 2013 - 1:17 pm

    Last day entry-thank you for the chance to win this fab give-away. Another amazing creation today! I should have shares in Spellbinders since I keep needing (wanting) more dies. I really need help organizing them all !!!ReplyCancel

  • Pamela LengyelJuly 29, 2013 - 1:45 pm

    I wish I can have one of every die you have used in the last year!!!!!!!
    They are soooooo beautiful.ReplyCancel

  • Veronica FoleyJuly 29, 2013 - 2:18 pm

    Becca, I am inspired by your talent and how attainable you make your creations appear. I strive to produce such beautiful works of art and hope one day that I shall. Thank you for allowing us to accompany you on your journey and for sharing with us so generously.ReplyCancel

  • Christine RayJuly 29, 2013 - 2:19 pm

    1. see
    2. often
    3. yes
    4. yes
    5. more cards with fewer dies – we all love them but most can’t affordReplyCancel

  • Julie RaeJuly 29, 2013 - 2:32 pm

    1. See 80% learn 20%-I do not own a lot of the dies you use so I am out of the loop supply-wise. Plus, your cards are larger than what I want to replicate due to envelope size, mailing, etc. Just want the beauty of a look-see!
    2. Totally here for the over-the-top, product-heavy, how-in-the-world-did-she-do-that cards you are famous for.
    3. Love me some digi paper-use it all the time as I scrap digitally and can resize 12 x 12 prints to card scale. It’s wonderful!
    4. I do not own a digital cutting system and probably never will so…no.
    5. Tutorials yes and also keep up the complete list of supplies you used to create your masterpieces.

    Thanks for the chance to win–U R Awesome!ReplyCancel

  • Judy SmedleyJuly 29, 2013 - 3:33 pm

    1. Both (and I thoroughly enjoy your work)
    2. probably about 50-50 – minimal layering cards are easier and less costly to mail and sometimes you want to do something nice for someone but you know they don’t always appreciate much froufrou – yet the more elaborate cards are so much fun you just can’t help wanting to dig into them also, for just that special someone in your life.
    3. yes on digital paper
    4. not sure on digital cut files – do you mean things cut with a cricut or some other machine? don’t mind seeing some items but many people can’t afford equipment, and being one of them, I wouldn’t want to see tons of things that will make me want something and leave me feeling sad because I can’t make it with all the layers that you show.
    5. I think you are doing great with what you choose to put on your site, cards and paper crafted gifts are wonderful so i really can’t think of one thing that I would say I want more of – oops, wrong – tutorials and or instructions are always very welcomed!ReplyCancel

  • ElizabethJuly 29, 2013 - 4:42 pm

    1 learn
    2 doesn’t matter, I love seeing your work
    3 no
    4 no
    5 tutorials

    Thanks for all that you have shared. I read each and every article you share with us.ReplyCancel

  • KarenJuly 29, 2013 - 5:37 pm

    1. I come for inspiration and learning.
    2. Like a mix of all styles, but you have a special way with all those die cuts!
    3. Yes.
    4. No, I don’t want to invest in that technology – love my dies!
    5. More step-by-step, especially how you arrive at using the different layers together.ReplyCancel

  • Lara MosbyJuly 29, 2013 - 6:52 pm

    2.as much as any other
    4.yes… but less than digipaper
    5.more tutorials…more inspiration…more “looks fancy but is really easy” kinds of cards… but love all the stuff you already do. THANK YOU!ReplyCancel

  • Carol bJuly 29, 2013 - 6:58 pm

    I enjoy all of your creations. Just looking at them is inspiring even if I don’t make exactly what you do. I would love to know more about how you organize supplies. That is a big issue for me. Before you had your bow maker for sale, you explained how to construct it and my husband made one for me. That is genius. I made the one with the nails on the circle box. You have such great ideas, keep them coming!!!!
    Carol bReplyCancel

  • DonnaJuly 29, 2013 - 9:03 pm

    Love your cards!ReplyCancel

  • Kathy SJuly 29, 2013 - 10:09 pm

    I visit your blog daily because you inspire me so I enjoy seeing what you create and learning how you create it. your multiple layer creations are truly beautiful but I equally enjoy the more clean and simple lines of a few of your creations. Digital images and cutting are just starting to interest me and I have a digital cutter so would e more than willing to expand it’s usage.
    I think seeing pictures of some of the less popular/ known items you use would e beneficial as I sometimes have to do a search to find products and where I could obtain them if I wish-not all things are available in Australia easily and not everyone purchases on line.-keep up the great fantastic work- love it allReplyCancel

  • Julie BlakeJuly 29, 2013 - 10:15 pm

    1. Both
    2. Rarely
    3. Not really – too expensive to print
    4. Not sure what that means
    5. I would like to see more designs/cards from the same dies. I know you want to share new dies, but many of cannot afford new dies all the time. When you showcase a new die, I would like to see you go back to that die may times in different ways.
    Thank you for the opportunity – good luck in your future endeavors and may they bring you joy and happiness.

  • Cindy PotentierJuly 29, 2013 - 10:32 pm

    ohhh I sure do hope I’ve made it in time to have a 3rd comment in before the time runs out, it is 11:31 here but not sure what time it is there!! Ty again for the chance to win such an awesome prize Becca and ty for sharing your amazing gift with us, you are truly blessed!! have a great day, hugsReplyCancel

  • Betty NevilleJuly 29, 2013 - 10:59 pm

    1) both
    2) as much as any other card (all of yours are beautiful!)
    3) yes
    4) no
    5) love your tutorialsReplyCancel

  • SathyaKalaJuly 30, 2013 - 1:45 am

    1.To see and learn
    2.Love all ur styles
    4.No since I dont own any digital cutting machine
    5. Love to see many more tutorials…Your cards are so so inspiring…ReplyCancel

  • TeresaJuly 30, 2013 - 6:46 am

    Thanks for the chance to win. I have also enjoyed seeing the gorgeous cards you have shown .ReplyCancel

  • Susie LessardJuly 30, 2013 - 8:25 am

    Hi again, Becca,

    Now to answer your questions.

    1. Both
    2. I love your layered cards – it helps me see dimension more clearly
    3. Not really
    4. No. I really don’t want to purchase another cutting machine
    5. Love the idea of downloading tutorials. Would like to see a place to email rather than putting it in your comment section.

    Becca, I love your blog and work. I have limited space now that we have moved back to Virginia. It isn’t that I wouldn’t like to do digital cutting but I am very limited on space near my computer and another expensive machine is just out of the question. One thing I would really like to have you address is photography. I see so many poor photographs of cards on Splitcoast and blogs. After spending so much time on a card or project it’s important to photograph in the most flattering light (excuse the pun).

    Very sincerely,
    Susie Lessard ~

  • Ann LindAugust 8, 2013 - 3:18 pm

    1) I come to both learn and absorb the beauty of your work
    2)I love your multi-layered extravagant cards especially but some times having an inspiration for a simpler card is handy when time doesn’t allow for a more complicated card
    3)Love the digital papers but wish they came in an individual format that allowed for changing sizes rather than the 8 or 9 to a page format as that size is impractical for most cards
    4) I haven’t ever used digital cut outs I sold the Cricut I bought because I was too computer illiterate to figure out how to use it and felt over whelmed by the instructions.
    5) I love both your tutorials and u-tube videos and find both so easy to follow. Pictorial and video instructions leave less room for misinterpretation of instructions. Your blog has given me the courage to expand my horizans and attempt cards I would have thought were beyond my abilities. Thanks AnnReplyCancel