Monday, April 30, 2018

Thankful Video Hop Continues on My and My Friends' YouTube Channels!

It's Monday and normally I post a new video every Monday, but I posted this week's on Saturday as part of the Thankful Video Hop hosted by Lady Joyful who is celebrating a milestone number of subscribers. We all are so grateful for everyone who subscribes and takes the time to watch our YouTube videos! There are prizes on every stop along the way and a grand prize of a 25 pound gift certificate to the Love From Lizi store for someone who comments on all the videos before May 5th.

I am sharing how to make these purses using the Kensington Handbag die set from Tonic Studios and various techniques using my Minc Mini from Heidi Swap in my new video here. The pretty pink and floral pieces on these thank you handbag gift boxes started out as napkins and I show how to get this gorgeous embossed look as well as a bonus tip on how I made the glittery butterflies. Here are a couple more looks at the napkin purses I made:

If you haven't done the video hop yet, you can start here with my video and see how I made these thank you purses and comment to possibly win a Tonic Studios die set valued at over $40. (Can you guess which one it is?) Then you can click the next link and watch some more inspiring videos and leave comments for a chance at the grand prize and other  prizes as well. You have until May 5th to leave your comments and the winners will be announced May 10th. 

I am entering the first purse in the Anything Goes challenge at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday.

Thanks for watching, subscribing, sharing and commenting and thanks, too, for helping me #share the joy of creativity!


Lin said...

I got to see your other set of bags, and these are no less spectacular, Karen - love 'em! Thanks for joining us once again at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

Brenda in IN said...

Wow, this die is a wonderful purse die and your papers are lovely.

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Super pretty!

Verna Angerhofer said...

Those purses are so gorgeous. I wish they made them big enough to hold all the things I put in mine. LOL