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Enter to win DieCuts Printed Le Tres Chic Paper Stack & the Le Tres Chic Cardstock Stack!

DieCuts Cardstock Stacks are the perfect pad of cardstock for scrapbook pages, memory books, photo albums, cards, invitations and more.ย Le Tres Chic Cardstock Stack hasย 2 sheets each of 6 double-sided pearl-Spearmint, Dusty Rose, and Peach; 2 each of 3 glitter sheets-Rose, Sterling, and French Vanilla; and 3 each of 10 double-sided textured cardstock include shades of Grey, Black, Dusty Rose, Pink, French Blue, Tan, Cream, and more. Le Tres Chic Paper Stack hasย 2 sheets each of 24 designs include collages of vintage images, florals, stripes, lace, frames and tags. All in shades of Pink, Peach, French Blue, Indigo, Mocha, Espresso, Black, Cream, and White. Half of the designs have glitter accents.

Every Friday we’ll post a giveaway on Think Crafts and all you have to do is comment on the blog post answering the question of the week. We’ll pick the winner and contact them via email. Deadline is midnight tonight and the winner will be announced Monday. One entry per person please.

Question of week: Do you speak any other languages?

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85 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Sara T

    Parlo un piccolo italiano, ma gli ho dimenticato la maggior parte. I speak a little Italian , But have forgotten most of it. I can still count to 30 in Spanish and to 10 in Swahili. lol

  2. Kerri#1017

    I’ve been trying to study & understand Toddlernize…it’s hard with a almost 3yr old daughter who speaks in Jibberish,anyone have that dictionary handy ?!?!LOL my 11yr old daughter Paris is eyeballing up that Tres Chic stack…thanks for the chance.sending love from New Zealand

  3. Estrella Azul

    Yes, I do ๐Ÿ™‚

    My mother tongue is Hungarian (mom), which I learned while growing up along with Romanian (dad).
    I LOVE and am fluent in English, and I speak Spanish as well (this on a simple conversational level though)
    Oh, and very few rusty sentences of French.

  4. Erika McDermott

    I speak a little bit of Luxemburg. This little country is where my mother was born and raised.

  5. Annie

    Being in a multi-racial country, Malaysia, I am able to speak, besides English, Bahasa Malayia and several dialects in Chinese.

  6. Fifi-T

    I speak a moderate level of French, but I’m currently learning Mandarin, which is massively different from the romanic languages.

  7. Jean Marmo

    I studied German in high school and spent my senior year in high school in Berlin. Of course, that was a LONG time ago. I do still remember some words.

  8. Lucy Amato

    I can speak Italian but I must say very poorly! Great looking paper stack. Thanks for the chance ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. donna ayers

    Where there are no words there is music or art. The arts express our feelings when the spoken language is inadequate. And it is a universal.

  10. Darcy Szecsy

    I speak English, Spanish, a small amount of Russian, 7 month old and crafting. On occasion I can translate husband into English. ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. Cathy Derouche

    I speak a little French, and a little 2 year old talk to communicate with my grandchildren,lol. I LOVE DCWV paper, hope my number is drawn, thank for the chance to win!!

  12. Cindy velasquez

    I speak English and fluent Spanish. I have always wanted to speak French especially since I treated myself to France on my 30th birthday! So, this is also why I would love to win this give away.

  13. daisy

    I speak French, Spanish and ASL and I am learning Arabic and Korean…I also know some Mandarin and Russian…learning languages is good for your brain and increases your social circles!

  14. Darla

    no to speaking any other language. Wish I could. These papers would be a lovely addition to my scrapbook papers.

  15. Colleen Oxford

    I took 4 yrs of Spanish but all I can say now is goodnight and my name is lol…Also when reading “irish” books to my kids I get an irish accent…but still don’t think that counts, So my final answer is no, just good old American english ๐Ÿ™‚

  16. Marissa

    no…I tried Spanish in College, but it didn’t go so well. And I also tried to learn sign language, but there weren’t enough classes to take to be really good at it.

  17. Christine P

    I took French in high school. I have picked up a few Spanish words from Dora and Deigo playing in the background at my house!

  18. Bethany Becker

    I know Spanish (I am a high school Spanish teacher). I also know a little bit of ASL.

  19. Debbie Ford

    I took two years of Spanish in high school (oh so many years ago) and cannot remember any of it

  20. Kelsey Kunkel

    I can remember a little bit of Spanish from the classes I took in high school and college. I also know a little bit of French from studying ballet since I was 5.

  21. Jean Snider

    I just speak plain old American English. I took Spanish in high school and college, but am a visual learner so I can read more than I speak. I speak shortcuts for Early Intervention, crafts, sewing, easy sign, and toddlerism – I learn what I need to complete my job and my life!

  22. Joyce

    Nur ein bischen Deutsch. I even had a major in German in college because I spent a summer in Austria and German speaking “nur Deutsch.” I did dream in German but as the saying goes, “Use it or lose it”. Lost it.

  23. Wendy

    I don’t speak any other languages fluently…but I know a few words of German (remembered from one year of it in high school). I also know a few words of Tagalog…a Philippine dialect, from three years spent there at the military base, and a Filipino sister-in-law.

  24. Shirley

    No, unfortunately I do not speak anything but English. Recently I could not get a job at a doctors office because I could not speak Spanish. Oh well!

  25. Amber S

    I speak some Spanish; minored in it in college, but never spent any time in a Spanish-speaking country, so I don’t feel like I really know it.

  26. Jusa

    I saw a humorous story once about a school collecting info on what second languages were spoken in the homes of students. One parent filled in “English” as the first language in the home and “Loud English” as the second language. Actually, I don’t speak loud English. Closest I get to a second language is some high school French, and barely, at that. alas

  27. Margaret

    I studied French, German, and Spanish, all a very long time ago. Of the three, I am best able to communicate in Spanish, my father’s native tongue.

  28. Stella

    I speak, read and write Spanish fluently AND I can understand a lot of French but writing it is a very different story.:)
    I also speak some sarcasm, some teenager and some toddler . . Grandkids . . . LOL!

  29. virginia

    Really only English. I took 2 years of French but can only say a few things. Also took a bit of German but can only count to ten in that. Eerything around is in Eng-Spanish so I can read a bit of Spanish.

  30. Kim McM

    Oui, je parle Francais. Un petit peu. So , how appropriate would it be for me to win this week’s prize!

  31. Charlotte Smith

    I only speak English, but if I could learn a second language it would be American Sign Language. I would love to be able to communicate with the hearing impaired.

  32. loralie

    I took Spanish in hi school, but it didn’t stick. A few years ago I learned a handful of words/phrases in Swahili.
    The answer to the question do I SPEAK any other languages. No.

  33. Pip

    I speak a tiny bit of French–mostly what’s on packaging and road signs here in Canada. ๐Ÿ˜›

  34. RetroSandie

    I used to be able to understand and speak some Spanish. Unfortunately time has rusted my Spanish-speaking ability considerably!!!

  35. SimplyMe

    Yes i can speak more than one language.I can speak English,Hindhi fluently. Am able to read and write Arabic,French. These languages does not include my mother tongue, which I can read,write and speak fluently.

    Know a few words/sentences in Japanese,

  36. riya

    I speak my native dialect Ilonggo. I also peak our national language Tagalog. I can speak a little of Cebuano (another dialect here in the Philippines). I’m learning Japanese. I can speak a few sentences. Oh I almost forgot, I speak English too…

  37. Heather

    Boy do I wish I knew German… My husband & I went to Germany, phones weren’t “smart” yet. We had just gotten off the the plane from the us after a 6 hr layover in Paris, we were exhausted. The rental car kept telling us “drunken” in German. No but we sure wish we were right then!! Thank goodness everything has a translation app now!!

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