• TracyM #6773

    WONDERFUL new goodies!
    LOVE IT ALL, especially the Floral Fields Background stamp and the additions to the TE inky rainbow 🙂
    PS – I look forward to seeing tasty roast turkey on my plate … wish I could have it all year long!

  • karenajo

    Great treat boxes and wonderful cards! Love the mini sentiment strips! My favorite is pumpkin pie made from a freshly cooked pumpkin – so flavorful!

  • Nana711

    Loving this release. We have a large family Thanksgiving. I usually bring the ham, deviled eggs, and a dessert.

  • Rebecca Ednie

    We don’t celebrate thanksgiving but when we get together for turkey dinner, my fave is my moms stuffing and gravy.

  • Amy McClintock

    I cook the main meal at Thanksgiving these days, my mom doesn’t cook anymore, so I put my mom and my daughter in charge of assembling easy side dishes together in my kitchen (like green bean casserole, Jiffy cornbread corn casserole and sweet potatoes with marshmallows on top). I love all the side dishes and watching them make them!

  • MaryB

    We usually host Thanksgiving, and may I say it is pretty awesome! I have a pumpkin pie recipe from a 1954 cookbook – it uses 2 cups of whipping cream in the pie, plus more for topping. Everyone says it is the best they have ever tasted. Then add in the smoked turkey, amazing dressing, praline baked sweet potatoes, roasted veggies with balsamic, homemade creamed corn, fresh cranberries, and pecan pie. You gain weight just reading the list!

  • Connie G

    We have a cheese onion pie tradition. Delish! Love those sweet little boxes soooooo much!

  • Brenda B

    I generally bring pumpkin pie and green beans, but I look forward to the stuffing the most!

  • karenladd

    I always bake and bring the pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving! I usually also make a pecan pie, but it’s the pumpkin pie that my daughter always requests!

  • Rita

    Apple pie with ice cream!

  • Nicole Ligaard Jensen

    We don’t celebrate ThanksGiving here, but I love me some turkey 😉

  • Diane B

    We (my husband and myself) bring mashed potatoes (me) and homemade mushroom gravy (him) to my mother’s house where 27 of us gather

  • Mary Holshouser

    I look forward to a late night snack of turkey, dressing,
    gravy, and cole slaw – between two slices of bread.
    After cooking all day I’m not too hungry at meal time.
    After a break playing games or watching TV, the
    sandwich is delicious. thanks

  • Christine Dring

    We don’t usually travel for Thanksgiving, but what I look forward to eating is the stuffing, crescent rolls, and cranberry sauce. That’s a meal in itself! LOL! Thanks for the chance to win!

  • carol

    Oh, the showcases today! Swooning!
    Favourite Thanksgiving food: pumpkin pie, with a dollop of whipped cream! Yumm…craving some right now!

  • renee milner

    I’m one of the few in my family who loves greens (any kind—turnip greens, mustard greens, or collard greens) with a side of cornbread dressing. All of this release and the projects made are terrific! Autumn is my favorite season, so I’m glad to see autumn-related things. 🙂

  • Mel H

    I always bring takeout, but I love a good pecan pie any day. Black bottomed pecan pie is even better.

  • Mindy H

    We generally make the pumpkin pies and that’s also what I most look forward to eating (with fresh whipped cream on top, of course!).

  • Kari S

    I always bring broccoli rice casserole, but I most look forward to the stuffing. sooooo goooood.

  • Kelsey Thomas

    That bear is adorable! 🙂 I usually bring some kind of a dessert or vegetables. I love finding new recipes to try.

  • Linda

    My two favorite things to make and eat at Thanksgiving dinner are dressing and Dutch onions, a 60 year old plus family recipe.

  • Terrie D.

    These projects look wonderful! I love that adorable bear. 🙂 My MIL does an amazing job with Thanksgiving dinner. She doesn’t usually ask anyone to bring anything except for drinks. I always love the mashed potatoes & gravy and green bean casserole. And of course the pumpkin pie. 🙂

  • Ronda M.

    Such creative genius! Love, love, love! And as for Thanksgiving dinner…I love it all too! If I had to pick a fav…it would probably be the pumpkin pie though!

  • Jeanne Jenner

    I always cook for Thanksgiving dinner, some of my favorites are sweet potato casserole with candied nut topping, scalloped corn and of course pumpkin pie. Really I just love all the food on that day!!!

  • Natasha Trupp

    I usually end up bringing the bread, nothing exciting there, usually just some nice fresh buns.

    My favorite thing to eat is perishky (not at all traditional, but my aunt usually makes them for thanksgiving- little baked dumplings filled with sauerkraut and bacon!)

  • Dawn Sheridan

    Oh the pies are my favorite! Pumpkin of course but apple pie and buttermilk pie are also family favorites.

  • Connie

    Oh goodness! Goodness abounds with this release! Pumpkin Roll is one of the many things I look forward to at our family Thanksgiving!!

  • Lisa Christensen

    I love the Flip the Script pumpkin Stamp! Love Emily’s work! I usually host Thanksgiving So my favorite dish to make is Pumpin Pie. If I get really into making pies I will make an apple pie from apples from a friend’s tree. I love hosting Thanksgiving it’s a blessing!

  • Julie Bitner

    So hard to pick just one! My favorite thing(s) to eat are the dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy. Oh…and pumpkin pie!


    I absolutely just love, love love the new colors! So pretty! I look forward to my mom’s baked turkey every year! THe best ever!

  • Barbara Berry

    I’m always asked to bring Cheesy Potato Casserole. We all love it.

  • Beverly Perdue

    Love the treat boxes and all the cute sentiments that fit perfectly. On Thanksgiving my husband and I usually bring the turkey. It always turns out so juicy and good! The only challenge we have is transporting the cooked turkey to my Mom’s house. She doesn’t live very far, but we leave when the turkey is hot! And I always bring a crockpot of mac and cheese for the kids.

  • Karen Adams

    My favorites are turkey and cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie! actually pumpkin anything!?❤️

  • Lynn S.

    I usually bring pumpkin pie but my favorite thing to eat is stuffing.

  • Gramma Dee

    I like to host the meal and cook the turkey, stuffing, potatoes and gravy. If someone else is hosting, I usually bring pumpkin pie or pumpkin cheesecake. Either way, I usually make apple salad, a family favourite. Mmmmm….

  • Victoria Nelson

    I love everything about Thanksgiving, but if I have to pick my favorite thing from the meal, it would be pumpkin pie!

  • Denise Evans

    I love the cozy family time in the fall. My favorite Thanksgiving food would be mashed potatoes and gravy.

  • Jennifer Smith

    I love to bring either corn casserole or stuffed artichokes!

  • Debbie Miller

    I love to eat do I look forward to everything at our thanksgiving meal!!! I guess I could say I’m especially fond of the pies and desserts!!!

  • Sandy

    Pies! Pies! And more pies! Supper is all about the pies!

  • Sandy Kimmes

    Pies! Pies! And more pies! Supper is all about the pies!

  • Joni Mastronardi

    Sweet potato and marshmallow casserole

  • Cynthia Johnson

    I love dressing! I always bring the Orange Salad, it’s my son’s favorite.

  • Bridget W

    I bring several dishes each year at Thanksgiving but the one dish everyone always insists I bring is my potato salad. In fact, at Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, 4th of July…any family gathering, I have to make the potato salad! I love fall & this release is awesome!

  • Shelly Cosens

    Since I host Thanksgiving every year I don’t bring anything but I make a bunch of yummy food! I’m not sure I can pick one thing that I look forward to except spending time with my family. So much to be thankful for.

  • Laura

    My favorite is stuffing! I could eat it all thanksgiving day…hot or cold!

  • Barb R

    My mom’s homemade cranberry sauce; whole cranberries and soo yummy! Day 2 has brought even more sweet treats I want to add to my collection – treat box windows and mini strips are wonderful.

  • Barb R

    My mom’s homemade cranberry sauce; whole cranberries and soo yummy! Day 2 has brought even more sweet treats I want to add to my collection – treat box windows and mini strips – woohoo!!!

  • Tona

    This is a fantastic release!
    I bring the pumpkin pie & deviled eggs.

  • Heidi H

    We always do a 5K Gobble Gallop on Thanksgiving before we eat, so I can feel less guilty about the mashed potatoes I bring to the meal. I make them in a crockpot (so they cook while we’re out), and then mash them and add lots of cream, salt, pepper, and butter *the real stuff* – so they are super thick and creamy. Traditional, but my favorite!

  • Alie

    Pumpkin Pie. I’ve been making pumpkin pie from scratch using the same recipe for the past 8 or 9 years. Everyone always claims it is the best and much better than any store bought pie they’ve ever had.

  • Rita

    The stuffing (or dressing…. whatever you call it) BEFORE it is put into the bird….as I am making it. Making the stuffing is a task filled with memories of my mother…. conversations, laughs, tasting, her funny and loving ways of making it wonderful! Then as I became a mother myself…. sharing the experience of “making stuffing” with my children! My oldest especially loved helping me… I love that time early in the morning before all the company comes to spend with my kids laughing, tasting, teasing and talking!!! Great release so far!

  • Cindy Gaulke

    My Thanksgiving “responsibility” is the sweet potatoes. But what I look forward to the most is mashed potatoes and pie!

  • JoAnn M

    Thanksgiving is at our house and I make the entire meal. One of the family’s favorite is broccoli salad. I finely chop the broccoli so the grandchildren are able to enjoy it!

  • Danny

    We host at our house so we cook the main meal and family members bring the side dishes.

  • Shelley Banghart

    Green bean casserole and chocolate cream pie.

  • Jacquie

    I love the turkey, gravy and mashed potatoes!

  • Gloria

    I always bring my homemade rolls (almost 100), but I love the Turkey Dressing!

  • Brian S

    I bring eggnog pumpkin pie

  • Stampfoldandrepeat (Jeanie)

    Pumpkin pie! Pumpkin pie! Pumpkin pie!!!

  • Jill Heffner

    I always make green beans with peppered bacon. It’s a family tradition.

  • Maggie Haas

    I’m bringing the homemade whipped cream for the homemade French silk pie ?

  • Carla Hundley

    The Fall goodies are so
    darling and inviting. We
    usually eat out for our
    Thanksgiving dinner. If
    not, I like bringing pies.
    Carla from Utah

  • Jeanne Hammerstrom

    I’m most looking forward to eating turkey at Thanksgiving.

  • Stephanie Gibson

    I cook the entire meal and absolutely love doing it! My favorite part is probably the turkey! And pies!

  • Mary-Anne V

    What a wonderful day of releases. Nothing beats my FIL’s homemade completely from scratch sausage stuffing.

  • Gina McCarty

    We eat at my husband’s Mother’s house who is 92 this year so we supply the turkey and dumplings. Our son brings the dressing and my favorite Brussel sprouts. Our nephew would be most disappointed without my corn pudding as well

  • LizD

    I always take baked beans and cheesy broccoli. I can’t wait for mom’s homemade chicken and noodles and my sister’s snicker salad. Love the new colors.

  • Susan Branham

    I like most everyone love the traditional dishes: turkey, mashed taters, beans, stuffing, pie etc. The only time of the year I make my famous Apple pie is Thanksgiving! What I love the most is hosting and preparing the meal. For many years now I have been doing this for my family (including my chosen family). Having very ill parents in the past seven years and with their passing we are small in numbers. All are welcomed and loved!

  • Lin Brandyberry

    Our neighbor gave us a recipe for cranberry relish that uses fresh cranberries, and it really is something I look forward to! We even double the recipe and freeze it so that we can have it for several meals at that time of year. Love the new things today – this is my favorite season!

  • Jennifer Petersen

    I am generally assigned the apple and coconut cream pies!

  • Enigma Artist

    As silly as it may seem, I’m always asked to bring the green bean casserole! Our family loves vegetables and for some reason my version of the green bean dish is a hit! Also a hit – this new release!!!! Woo hoo… love the halloween assortment because I make cards for this holiday for my 15 nieces/nephews and can always use new ideas and products. Thanks for all of this inspiration!

  • Carrie W.

    Love the boxes!! So cute!! My favorite at Thanksgiving is the turkey – hubby cooks it in the smoker!

  • Stacy H.

    My favorite is cornbread stuffing, made from my Mother’s recipe.

  • Lee

    I make all the pies. The usual pumpkin pie and apple and always some new ones. This year will be salted maple and cherry bourbon!

  • Tamera Gullett

    When we would have a traditional meal I would take corn casserole and a salad.

  • teresa mikalouski

    My Mom’s pumpkin pie! Yum!

  • Vicki Dillon

    I make most of the meal and host our two sons and their families. I look forward to the desserts as we don’t usually have them!

  • Nancy M.

    I am the Pie Lady for our family’s Thanksgiving dinner! Pumpkin, pecan, and my version of my mother’s famous apple pie. I most look forward to eating the spinach casserole and my brother’s succulent turkey and stuffing.

  • Audrey Holtslander

    I look forward to the pumpkin pie with whipped topping! and my family enjoying the meal we prepared!

  • Terry Ladwig

    Mashed potatoes! Or cheesy vegetables! Yum.

  • Donna

    Sweet Potato Casserole! Yum!!!!

  • Julie B.

    I bring wild rice and have brought the same thing for 20 years. Once they asked me to bring green bean casserole and I changed it up. That hadn’t happened again.

  • Susan Y

    Since I am the only one in the family that likes sweet potatoes, I bring the sweet potato pie and sometimes they don’t even know it’s not pumpkin!

  • Mary Rose

    I love to bake pumpkin pie, but my cranberry and oats casserole is always a hit!

  • Amy Brunner

    Love making and eating green bean casserole…I’m loving anything with the strips!!

  • Andre M.

    The treat boxes are just darling, and the floral fields background is lovely, both colored and embossed. So many fab products in this release. I’m a lover of turkey and look forward to it the most.

  • KathyJH

    My daughter in law is from Korea and so we have a blended Thanksgiving dinner. She makes Korean dishes and i always make a sweet potato casserole! it’s a yummy meal!
    another fabulous release day – my list is getting longer and longer!

  • Casandra Bennett

    I am asked to bring my crockpot mac & cheese to every family get-together we have. But, I also bring a dessert (sometimes rice crispie treats, cookies, pineapple upside down cake or even pecan pie). And, I’ve also brought my mom’s recipe of cheese beans (canned green beans, velveeta cheese and bacon!). Non-healthy choices, but I never bring home leftovers, so it’s a win-win!!

  • Barbara woodard

    Favorite thing pumpkin pie!!! Always make and take to family meals love the mini strips and the cute treat box for candy goodies!!

  • Carol Sharp

    I look forward to and make the cornbread dressing and gravy. Family recipe and it’s the best!

  • Jane Rakonczay

    I cook most of the dinner and call it Friendsgiving, as my family lives far away. We are usually together for Christmas. My friends bring some of the sides. Love the turkey and stuffing. Yum! I love your sentiment strips and dies!!

  • Linda Bolhofner

    I am “required” to bring my gooey butter cake and usually a pumpkin pie. What I look forward to most is the turkey dressing with gravy….OMG!!!! Now I’m starving for that dressing and gravy…I can taste it and smell the yummy cooking fragrances…. you are really getting to me now. Yummm!

    I want to say I love those little treat boxes too. So cute to set at each place on thanksgiving. Maybe put some pumpkin shaped candies in there with the candy corn..cute!
    Easy, yummy, gooey butter cake: bake at 350° for 35 min or until slightly brown at edges.
    1 box Betty Crocker pound cake mix, 1/2 cup butter(1 stick..at room temp is easiest)….mix together then add 1 egg slightly beaten and press mixture in oblong cake pan.(sometimes I cheat and use two square foil pans to take and leave..it works just as well) (or keep one for yourself?)
    Next: mix 2 eggs and 1 8oz pkg cream cheese (room temp)(it will be lumpy) then add 3/4 to 1/2 box powdered sugar (about 2 1/2 cups) mix all these together and pour over cake mixture in pan.
    After cake is cool sprinkle top with some powdered sugar if desired and enjoy!
    Total ingredients: 3 eggs, 1/2 cup butter, 1 8oz package cream cheese, 1 box or bag powdered sugar (2 1/2 cups), 1 box Betty Crocker pound cake mix. (Betty Crocker pound cake mix has always worked and tastes the best.)

  • Evan

    I love the homemade rolls with butter.

  • Karthikha Uday

    Wonderful fall products and creations! 🙂 We don’t celebrate Thanksgiving, but I would love the pumpkin pie 🙂

  • Anne Sturgeon

    Since our parents are no longer with us I make the stuffing the same way my Mom did and cook it inside of the bird… both of our Dad’s favorites was pumpkin pie with loads of Cool Whip so that also lives on. I love preparing the Thanksgiving meal because our family is so blessed and we cherish our time together. Love that adorable chubby cheeked squirrel. Oh yeah, stretchy pants are allowed on Thanksgiving!

  • Janet Christensen

    Pie and homemade rolls. Oh I love all the new sentiment strips especially the mini strips. This will be such fun.

  • Shari S

    Thanksgiving has been at my house for the last 8 years and will probably continue that way. Since it is at my house usually I make about all of the food. Except one of the kids will bring Snickers Salad. That is always a favorite!

  • Jan Mancini

    Love the new Mini Strips! I’m in! Hope their will be more stamps for this size too! Loving this new release! Thank you!

  • Karen Briguglio

    My mom and I cook our entire Thanksgiving meal, which includes all of the usual favorites. We do try to make one new thing each year as well.
    I love the All Tucked In series, as I am a sucker for boxes!!

  • Michelle Nicholas

    So many fun new items!! I always look forward to eating sweet potato casserole and pumpkin pie, yum!!!

  • Cheri N

    Wow! Do I ever want to win today’s prize! I make a sweet potato casserole that has coconut it. First time I ate it and was told it had coconut, I was reluctant to taste it! It’s awesome and now a family favorite. I also sometime make a jello cranberry salad with whole cranberry sauce in it! Delicious!

  • Cheri N

    Wow! Do I ever want to win today’s prize! I make a sweet potato casserole that has coconut it. First time I ate it and was told it had coconut, I was reluctant to taste it! It’s awesome and now a family favorite. I also sometime make a jello cranberry salad with whole cranberry sauce in it! Delicious!

  • Michelle Uhlenhake

    Might be kind of boring, but I would have to say the turkey! And for me, sweet potatoes to go with the turkey make it a great meal!

  • Nancy Dempsey

    I usually bring a dessert of some sort because I have to travel and desserts travel best.
    I look forward to eating Corn Casserole and Pumpkin Pie.

  • Jackie Parkins

    My family is all over the country so we don’t get together but I look forward to pumpkin pie with whipped cream on top!

  • justMarie

    I bring pumpkin bread both regular and gluten free. My old family’s recipe works out well with substituting the flour with gluten free flour. Love the treat boxes and the clear stamps!

  • Michelle L. Woodrum

    I bring the homemade pumpkin bars with homemade cream cheese frosting. I add a little extra butter to the frosting and that makes it so yummy better for you .

  • Shannon

    My favorite thing to bring is pumpkin rolls!!! Super yummy ?!

  • Michelle Stenner

    My favorite thing is pumpkin cheesecake! I prefer that over pumpkin pie which is my hubby’s favorite. But a close second would be pecan pie! But when there is just the two of us, my favorite thing is the leftovers!

  • Judy Kelly

    I must say, I’m pretty spoiled because my in-laws prepare most of the meal. I sometimes bring a dessert. The favorite food my mother-in-law makes are the oatmeal rolls. They are delicious!

  • Karen W.

    I’m actually not a fan or turkey, potatoes, cranberries, OR pie…weird, right?!?

  • Jana Moulton

    I love to make rolls for Thanksgiving! My kids beg me to make them as often as possible!

  • Georgia Henson

    I was born on Turkey Day and I love Thanksgiving! My poor Mom had already cooked a bunch of food the night before, but did get a turkey dinner in the hospital. 🙂 Sorry Mom! I love all the traditional Thanksgiving foods, but my favorite is my mom’s cranberry orange relish.

  • Heidi Vickerman

    For Thanksgiving, I go for a HUGE spoonful of mashed potatoes, throw a pat of butter into a well in the middle. Gravy comes next, holding everything inside the pool, until I’m ready to break open the dam and let everything come pouring out onto the turkey.

  • Ellie Wilkins

    Thanksgiving is an odd holiday for us. When we get together with our grown kids and their families, Ed cooks the whole shebang! But when it is just the two of us, we usually go out or have a very simple turkey breast meal.
    I LOVE the new mini strips!!!! Hooray!!!

  • Chris Herrin

    We go south for the winter and spend Thanksgiving with our Florida friends. There is almost too much food to pick a favorite 🙂 But there is one I can never get enough of and that’s deviled eggs! Lol, I know it’s not a big Thanksgiving item, but I love them anytime! What I did this last year (yes, I made them) was add diced jalepeno to the yolk mixture – it was the best!! They even asked me to make them again for our St Patrick’s party lol.

  • Jan

    Our new favorite to add to the traditional Thanksgiving meal is the tequila berry salad. Was a featured salad at the like named restaurant in MN years ago.

  • Amanda Rutter

    My favorite it the stuffing and pumpkin pie to things I love the most on Turkey day besides my family❤️?

  • Becca Yahrling

    I am always tasked to bring the celery, olives, crackers & cheese (before dinner snacks) & cranberry sauce. No cooking of anything, just what I like! lol And I love the whole meal – my favorite of the year! I am in love with ‘Simply Smitten’ and the ‘Floral field BG’ stamps.

  • Debbie Carter

    My favorite to eat is my apple and cranberry cornbread dressing. I look forward to making it every year and make enough so I can freeze some to stuff chicken breasts later in the year!

  • Emily Henry

    I usually bring stuffing. I have my grandmothers reciepe and each time that I make it I’m taken back to my childhood

  • Carri Daugherty

    I always bring mashed potatoes and Mac and cheese. I love the turkey and dressing the best.

  • Robin Poupard

    Although I usually HOST Thanksgiving, if we go somewhere else (usually my daughter’s house) I like to bring a couple sides…mac and cheese, stuffing or… My favorite thing to eat at Thanksgiving is STUFFING (or dressing to some people!)…with gravy on top.

  • Lisa Ricchini

    For Thanksgiving my role is to bring my homemade rolls and broccoli salad.

  • Angie DiMeglio

    My favorite things to eat at Thanksgiving are the turkey and the stuffing. To me there is nothing better!!!!

  • Susan Engblom

    I love turkey, dressing and cranberry sauce. If I eat at a friends house, I bring a delicious sweet potato casserole. It’s the best!

  • Kylie Z

    My favorite part of the Thanksgiving meal is the apple pie.

  • Pam S

    I always bring my famous brownies and I my favorite thing to eat is my sister-in-law’s homemade stuffing! LOVE FALL!

  • Claudia Piegdon

    My favorite thing to have on Thanksgiving day is the pumpkin fluff. Also turkey, my sister’s stuffing, and my brother’s delicious gravy.

  • Amy Cooley

    It’s all about the carbs on Thanksgiving! I love having mashed potatoes and stuffing.

  • Jill A

    I bring the cornbread casserole.


    I always make iced cut out sugar cookies. Pumpkin, leaves and turkeys. One year I didn’t make them and everyone was sad. I broke tradition.?

  • Robin Van Acker

    Love ham. Steamed broccoli & cauliflower and fresh green beans.

  • Robin Van Acker

    Love ham. Steamed broccoli & cauliflower and fresh green.beans.

  • Robin Van Acker

    Love having ham @ Thanksgiving. Steamed broccoli & cauliflower, fresh green beans.

  • Kim K.

    I love everything about Thanksgiving dinner: turkey, sweet potatoes, dressing, green beans, beets with horseradish sauce and, of course, a pumpkin flavored dessert (aka pumpkin cheesecake.) This dinner is my very favorite to cook and just comes together like a dream. Love the 2nd day sneak peeks, too 🙂

  • Linda F

    We always have Turkey and Ham… I always provide Country Ham & my Homemade Yeast Rolls! Along with many side dishes… My favorite holiday!!!

  • Colleen Hagge

    Lefse! It’s A Norwegian rolled flatbread made with mashed potatoes. I’m the only one in my family who makes it.

  • Sharon D.

    I usually bring sweet potatoes and I make gingerbread cookies cut in the shape of turkeys. Love today’s products and inspiration!!!!

  • Ethan

    It’s not Thanksgiving without all the pies–pumpkin and apple are my favorites.

  • Julie Camell

    Thanksgiving is my husband’s favorite holiday. It’s a toss up between the mashed potatoes and stuffing for my favorite thing. The turkey is always so delicious, I always say, “why don’t we cook a full turkey any other time of year?”

  • Mutzy Mia

    I usually bring a pecan pie and cranberry fluff salad. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • storymusicgirl

    I’m always asked to bring the sweet potato casserole (mashed with marshmallows on top), but my absolute favorite is my mom’s mashed potatoes with my dad’s turkey gravy on top. It’s a once a year carb-loading fest! 😉

  • Karen Hasheck

    I love all the new stamps and products in this release! My favorite thing to bring to and eat at our family Thanksgiving is lefse. We are of Norwegian heritage and this is a treat for us- flat tortilla like made out of potatoes and rolled with butter – it is a tradition at family holiday dinners.

  • Beth Kochheiser

    Now that my Mom is gone I do the Thanksgiving meal unless we are traveling and eating out. whole its so much work, it is nice to prepare all the favorite foods.

  • LC Lamothe

    Wow! I’m loving all the amazing new fall products and inspiration! My favorite time of year! Those mini strip sentiments are brilliant. A must have for sure! Turkey and gravy are what I most look forward to having at Thanksgiving. Can’t forget pumpkin pie too!

  • Carol B

    Favorite eats is turkey, stuffing and mashed potatoes with lots of gravy! Love the new mini strips!

  • Dee Morris

    I love this so much! Can’t wait for the mini strips! Such a brilliant idea for all the strips!

  • Susan

    I’d get sent home if I didn’t bring spritz cookies for the dessert table.

  • Donna Oates

    Great release, Taylor! I like to make and bring sweet potato soufflé and my own handmade biscuits. Both are my favs. Looking forward to fall. We should be all moved and settled at last.

  • Janet Sisk

    My favorite thing to eat at Thanksgiving is homemade dumplings! We live far from family so we just have a small dinner for the three of us. I just buy a small turkey breast. When I married my husband started making the dumplings for Thanksgiving which was new to me, but he grew up with them. We also add mashed potatoes, stuffing, a veggie such as green beans and dessert. Thanks for the chance to win! 😀

  • Maria C F

    Apple pie with a scoop of ice cream is a must at Thanksgiving.

  • Beth KS

    I’m the mashed potato gal in my family!

  • Kathy J in Ellicott City

    I usually am stuck bringing the most exciting mashed potatoes. What I really enjoy eating is the sweet potatoes, turkey and stuffing.

  • Kris Palakiko

    Loving the new products!! fave thing to eat on Thanksgiving is stuffing… oh and pumpkin crunch!

  • Teresa Godines #6857

    I always bring the freshly made cranberry sauce. It is so much more tasty than the canned stuff and super easy to make.

  • SueinMtVernon

    Since I’m now an empty nester and need to travel to be with family for Thanksgiving, my contribution to dinner is a German Cherry Coffee Cake that I can make ahead of time. The recipe is a secret given to my mother in the 1960’s by a German neighbor!
    Fingers crossed for the win!

  • Karen

    I always make the green bean casserole, my sister does all the rest. I like all the Thanksgiving dishes except stuffing.

  • Karen Harris

    We have a family and friends get-together for Thanksgiving. Our niece is in charge of the food list, but she never asks what I’d like to bring – it’s a standing request that I bring pumpkin rolls. My favorite thing to eat are the chicken and dumplings. Our niece makes them perfectly. My mouth is watering now 🙂 The window die is a perfect addition to the all tucked in box. That will be on my shopping list for sure

  • Debra Davis

    I usually bring rolls and a potato casserole, my favorite to eat is pumpkin pie and whipped topping

  • mary walker

    Corn bread dressing.

  • Debi Lowery

    I always have to bring the fabulous pecan pie that I make. Really enjoy eating all of our traditional foods that we have at our Thanksgiving table. One of our most favorite holidays.

  • Chris L

    I always bring a homemade apple pie to Thanksgiving! This is the only time I make apple pie so it is special treat. And what a great second day–really love the Floral Fields background.

  • Laraine R

    Can’t wait! Love everything again today! My favorite thing to eat at Thanksgiving is everything!! I sample it all!!

  • Angie VC

    HA! I am 45 and my brother and his wife make dinner– they must still think I am a kid because I bring 2 cans of corn (my kids who are adult must have these)! I guess they know I am over 21 though because I also get tasked with wine! My sister in law makes the best stuffing with fresh mushrooms! Makes my mouth water to think of it!

  • Evelyn

    Honestly, my favorite thing to eat is the turkey and stuffing. I know it’s boring, but they are truly my favorite parts of the meal!

  • Sue D

    I usually bring a butternut squash casserole to Thanksgiving dinner. The squash is usually from our garden.

  • Karen

    The Halloween treat boxes are awesome! Love the mini-strips. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is homemade pumpkin pie, Yum Yum!!

  • Chanda Mullen

    Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays – gathering together with family and friends with appreciation for our daily blessings! I bring fresh cranberry sauce and buttery mashed potatoes to our family feasts – yum!

  • Avra N Williams

    I always make the meal, for just my husband and 2 kids (and significant others if they have them at the time.) My kids have always said that stuffing is their favorite food, and wish we had it more than once a year!

  • Christine Kiehl

    Wow! This has to be the BEST new relase batch ever in my opinion! There is so much FUN new goodness I can hardly contain my glee!! AND a freebie with $50 purchase, outstanding! Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!

    • Christine Kiehl

      I don’t do stretchy pants. I have jaggings but that is as close as I get to those. I don’t feel comfortable wearing them; at any time.

  • Candi V

    My grandmas stuffing hands down. I love it so much. It has black olives and hard boiled eggs but it is sooo good! Of course all the food is good but the stuffing is the best!

  • Mary Faith

    Potato casserole also known as Texas potatoes. We can’t get enough of them.

  • Betty Sue

    I love pumpkin pie! Yum!

  • Carol

    I love it all, but really look forward to the cranberry relish.

  • Jenrescuemama

    Since I’m not much of a turkey person, I prefer the fixins! Cheesy potatoes, sweet potato casserole, fresh veggies, homemade rolls, and dressing. Love fall!

  • Cyndi Morris

    Loving this release. So many possibilities for those treat boxes! For Thanksgiving dinner I take my late mom’s macaroni and cheese. She didn’t use a recipe, but her last holiday with us she guided me through making it (it’s pretty labor-intensive). It’s pretty close to the original and it’s definitely a family favorite.

  • Allison

    Swiss vegetable medley casserole, broccoli cauliflower and carrots with swiss cheese…so yummy!

  • Julia D.

    This release is great! Love all the products today. And the designers have created some wonderful projects to showcase them! My favorite thing to eat at Thanksgiving is sweet potatoes but NOT with marshmallows on them. Yuck. I just like sweet potatoes baked with butter and brown sugar – YUM! Thank you for the chance to win!!

  • Sue Symens

    Thanksgiving meal it my least favorite holiday meal. There is not much about it that I enjoy. I usually bring a salad because that is something that I will eat. I love fall and all that goes with it. I am truly thankful for all my blessings.


    I love it all, but mostly the turkey & stuffing. My husband brines the turkey, so it’s very moist & tender.

  • Lisa Hissong

    I do most of the cooking so I am up early brining the turkey, prepping the other dishes then putting everything in the oven/crock pot. My favorite part is the leftovers! Love the treat boxes! Will you have small saying for the other holidays?

  • Noreen

    I love the stuffing! And I always make sweet potatoes, which I prefer without the marshmallow topping. I love all your cute little critters and funny comments!


    This year I’m most excited about taking my new husband to Thanksgiving dinner. As far as food, like every year I’m looking forward to the dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy. That is the only time of the year I have that, I guess I’m just too lazy to go to all that work during the year. I’m in love with all the new flowers and the new colors.
    See you at the release party.

  • Janet

    What a fun release!
    My favorite thing to eat is the stuffing. I use the same recipe my mom always used. Super simple but super yummy! Well…and pecan pie;)

  • Sobia

    Look forward to the Turkey of course

  • Debra Bridgewater

    Pumpkin pie with lots of whipped cream!

  • Emma Sleppy

    Always, the broccoli casserole and some sort of dessert.
    I love the new clear stamps and that little box is adorable!

  • Chris DuBoisc


    Love the treat boxes and the stretchy pants!

  • Susan Weida

    My favorite things to eat is everything! Sometimes we bring green bean casserole. Most of the food we have we only have at Thanksgiving. I love being together with Family! I’m loving all of the fall new releases!

  • Diane Anthony

    Our family must have is rutabaga with the turkey dinner!

  • Martha Acord

    I’m always the cook for our family Thanksgiving, so I bring it all!!! It is the only holiday that all my family is together. The best thing that is brought to our day is love!

  • Jean Marmo

    Love it all – turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, green bean casserole!

  • Linda Gorman

    Oyster stuffing and orange/cranberry relish. Thanksgiving is not complete without these two yummy dishes!!!! Thank you for a chance to win!!!

  • Gail Shurbutt

    Setting an alarm to place my order on Thursday! Mom’s Amazing Mashed Potatoes, fresh Pole Bean’s, Apple Pie and Pecan Pie! Stretchy pants required!

  • Patricia Anderson

    I have to buy a much larger turkey so that my family can have their favorite stuffing that’s been made for more than 4 generations. Then they fight over the leftovers, even sneaking some during the night!

  • Linda Shirley

    I usually cook Thanksgiving dinner and my favorite part is picking at the turkey while my husband tries to carve it. Tee Hee!

  • Sherry

    My family always asks me to bring my broccoli salad – one of their favorites. I bring deviled eggs as well. I tried a curried deviled egg a couple of years ago. I loved them but it didn’t go over well for most. (But that’s ok – they came back home with me!) I love the new fall ink colors in this release – can’t wait to try them!

  • Cynthia Evanoff

    My favorite Thanksgiving food is PIE…we eat it first!

  • Deb W.

    Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday to spend with family and friends. We all bring a dish to share, all yummy, I make the pies for 22 people. Pumpkin, pecan and 2 apple pies are always on the pie menu my nephews choose.

  • Sandie Obrin

    I’m always in charge of sweet potatoes with walnuts and marshmallows and green bean casserole!

  • kathleen dumpert

    I look forward to my mom’s delicious mashed potatoes on thanksgiving day and then we put the Christmas tree up after dinner!

  • Meghan Kennihan

    I LOVE those little treat boxes… I’m not much of a cook so I just bring myself and a BIG SMILE to Thanksgiving!

  • Kimberly Cook

    We bring the mother load of food for thanksgiving dinner ?. The turkey, stuffing, green bean casserole, jellos, pumpkin pie and other pies, gravy, and ourselves. We go to my aunt’s house which is about a mile from our house. It has been this way since I can remember.

  • Dee Earnshaw

    what a wonderful release – these images are gorgeous – I always bring a pecan pie to the festivities – Love pecans!!!!

  • Debbie Selby

    I love turkey for Thanksgiving. It just wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without it.

  • Denaha J Doss

    These are so much fun! I just love the treat boxes and the sentiments. I always look forward to turkey and dressing, my favorite part of the Thanksgiving meal. Well, ok, I love a good green bean casserole and pecan pie too. Yeah, I have lots of stretchy pants!

  • Iggy

    I look forward to pumpkin pie all year long because we only have it at Thanksgiving.

  • Isabel Z

    My favorite thing to eat at Thanksgiving is stuffing!!!!

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