February 12, 2018

Save The Crafty YouTuber Hop - Mixed Media Easter Card

Hello! I am one in over 50 participants in the Save The Crafty YouTuber Hop that was put together in order to help out many of the crafters that are affected by the new YouTube rules. Some of the biggest names in the industry, along with some companies, have come together to help those in need and to bring YOU, the audience, some amazing new tutorials.
I made an easy mixed media Easter card using mostly supplies I have had for a long time.

After you are finished watching my video, you can click the link in the video description of my video on YouTube to check out the next person on the list. The more videos you watch and comment on, the better your chances are to win 1 of over 120 prizes! Just by commenting on my video on YouTube you could possibly win a $25 gift certificate from Simon Says Stamp, two Catherine Pooler Inks or one of two $25 gift certificates from Rinea.

You can start the Save The Crafty YouTuber Hop by clicking on my video link below to take you to my video on YouTube.

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  1. LOVE your bunny creation Nadine. I cannot find a way to comment on any of the youtube videos. I see descriptions and video linjs but no comments or a place to leave one.

    1. Thank you, Janeen! If you go to my video on YouTube, here is the link https://goo.gl/A9mazm then scroll to the bottom and you should be able to comment.

  2. Really enjoyed your video! The little bunny is so cute tucked into his nest with his basket.
    Thank you so much for sharing your work! :)


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