October 24, 2014

The Alley Way Stamps Halloween Video Blog Hop

Hello!!!

A few of The Alley Way Stamps Design Team Ladies have gotten together to do a Halloween/Autumn Video Blog Hop!!


You can start at Therese's blog and collect the words in the pumpkins for your change at a TAWS stamp set (details below)!!!
Tracy




AND i have an extra giveaway!! I have a little prize package with TAWS stamp set Now You See Me, plus a few other new goodies (all items are new)!!!




For my giveaway leave a comment on my blog!! You can leave any comment, but i've been looking at different video editing software, so if you happen to have a favorite i'd love to know what it is!!

Extra entries (leave a comment for each one):
1. If you are a follower of my blog (Bloglovin, Feedly, etc.)
2. If you are a follower of me on You Tube.

My giveaway ends October 31st at 11:59pm EST. I'll post the winner Sunday, November 2nd!

Now for the details for the Video Blog Hop Giveaway (Yay!!):
HOW TO WIN: If you want the chance to win a free mini set, just hop around and watch all the videos! While you watch, keep a pen handy! We all have hidden pumpkins in our videos that spell out a phrase.

Once you know that phrase, email Chrissie at harvestmoonpapiere@gmail.com the phrase with your name and one participant will be randomly chosen to win In Stitches!

The hop will last through the weekend, so you have plenty of time to watch the videos and learn some new techniques. You have until 11:59 pm (Mountain Time) on October 26 to get your email in to win. The winner will be announced on the TAWS blog by Saturday, November 8.

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Thanks so much for stopping by!! Hope you have a wonderful day!!

Dana

Supplies
Stamps: The Alley Way Stamps - Bumps in the Night, Now You See Me
SVG: The Alley Way Stamps - Bumps in the Night
Ink: Memento Luxe - Morocco, Toffee Crunch, Dandelion. Versafine - Black
Pattern Paper: Pebbles - Tricks and Treats

22 comments:

  1. TFS. Love Hugs and Good Thoughts, Teresa

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  2. TFS. Love Hugs and Good Thoughts, Teresa

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  3. Love this card & the paper piecing.

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  4. Fun card! Love paper piecing. Now a follower of your blog.

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  5. I enjoyed watching the techniques you used. Your directions were very clear.

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  6. I subscribed to your YouTube channel.

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  7. Such a cute card! I am already a follower of your blog!

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  8. I just started following you on You Tube!! Thanks for the chance!! I just started out making videos myself and don't have enough experience behind my belt to honestly know what I'm talking about...so I won't say anything!! LOL!! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. I just adore everything you do :) I use Vegas Studio for video editing.. :) it's pretty simple to use, and it's all I really need :)HUGS

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  10. Your card is so cute! I just love the paper-pieced monster. I really like the way you did the stars and the sentiment also.

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  11. My favorite software and the only one I know how to use is IMovie, lol
    Thanks
    Joyce

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  12. I subscribed on you YouTube channel. Thanks, Joyce

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  13. What a fun card. Love that paper pieced hunchback.

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  14. Adorable Halloween card! I love how you inked up the stars, gonna try this also!! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  15. Too. Much. Fun! Dana, your card is fabulous! You've given Quasimoto a most dashing outfit, and the stars...oh my..they're gorgeous with their variations in colour/shading. Your video: only entertaining, engaging and so user-friendly! If I had the same stamps, I could easy craft along with you, based on what you share! Splendid in every way, my friend (and you obviously know I follow you *grin*!)
    ~c

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  16. Adorable and the Eegore guy is wonderful in all his pieces!

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  17. I have no idea about video software but I'm interested to know what you find out. Love the card!

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