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Yay for 1K! YouTube Hop


I recently noticed I had hit 1000 subscribers on YouTube.  I ignored it for a few days thinking the count would go down again!  It didn't so I decided to celebrate.  I have pulled together some of my favourite scrappy videomakers and have a small video hop for you to watch.  Times are hard right now and I think anything I can do to create a little bit of happiness is well worth doing.  That said I have 6 prizes from my favourite places to shop.  To be in with a chance of winning one of the prizes pop over to watch the videos and leave some comments.


Here's the layout I created.  I used something from each of the companies you can win prizes from...



Stamps from Skull and Cross Buns, sequins from SpiegelMom Scraps, leaf die cuts from Lollipop Box Club, Pinkfresh Studio alphas from Lottie Loves Paper, patterned papers from StickerKitten and part of the Bed of Roses cut file from Pretty My Page.


The StickerKitten papers are all from different collections and still look fab together.


Thank YOU so much for stopping by!



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  1. Congratulation on reaching 1000 subscribers! YouTube doesn't let me comment (never has, don't know why) so I won't be able to leave comments there but I will hop round anyway. Here's to the next milestone!

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