Hi everyone !
July is a month of celebration and what is better to celebrate than giving away prizes ? I am participating in a video hop to give back the love you readers and followers gave me along these years, it's the Pay It Forward Prize Hop !
Let's start by showing you my project for it, and then I will tell you more about this hop...
This tag was created with the Americana stamps set by Tim Holtz, distress oxide inks in Fired Brick, Faded Jeans and Vintage Photo, along with a map stamp by Hampton Arts and Vanilla Cream cardstock.
I also had fun with white and black pen to created stars and stripes and outline the tag and the letters.
You will find the tutorial video by scrolling down or watch it on my YouTube channel : BonjourScrapValerie. If you want to participate and try to win prizes, I recommand to go on my YouTube channel, because to enter you need to let a comment on my video, and you will find the links to the other video participating in the hop in the description.
So how could you enter and what you could win in this hop ?
To enter, simply let a comment on my video (let me know if you liked it !) before the 13th of July and follow the links to other videos to enter for each prize offered by the other YouTubers.
My prize is an incredible selection of THREE stamps sets by Tim Holtz !
The prize content 3 of the mini blueprint stamps collection : Schoolhouse, Travel and Sewing. It's more than $30 in value !
So what are you waiting for ! Go watch the video, comment and hop to see the other prizes ! You don't have to follow my channel or my blog to participate, it would be really appreciated.
Here is my video tutorial :
Thank you for stopping by today, I hope you enjoy this project and I wish you good luck with the Hop ! I will post the name of the winner on this blog and the YouTube video's description on the 14th of July. While waiting for this announcement, don't forget to come back to see my other projects...
Have a wonderful 4th of July celebration !
P.S. : Here are some affiliate links to the products I used to create these tags :