Emily Leiphart Special Video Hop – {Video Hop + Giveaways} Celebrating 100 Videos and 2500 Subscribers

By Taheerah | 4th February 2015 | 16 Comments

Hey everyone! Happy Wednesday!

I’m honoured to be participating in a very special Video Hop today! My sweet friend Emily Leiphart achieved some amazing YouTube milestones recently – 100 videos and 2500 subscribers! WOW! I hope I manage that one day!!

This special Hop would not be a celebration without a chance to win some prizes! There are some *great* prizes up for grabs from these amazing sponsors!

Be sure to read on for details of how to win!

So, before I share, here is what I created: 

I just love those colours and patterns, and the sweet scene with Newton and his little friend floating along!

And here’s the video!!

I’m not going to give too many details here (that’s what the video is for! *wink*) but I’ll give a summary: 

I used Pure White cardstock for my base and some patterned paper from the Glitz Designs Hello Friend collection and some Webster’s Pages vellum for my panels. I stamped my images then watercoloured them with Distress Markers, then trimmed out and adhered with Pinflair Glue Gel. I really enjoyed talking through my process in the video so I do hope you’ll enjoy it too! 🙂

Supplies are still linked below as usual too. 🙂

Now then, I mentioned prizes!! Each sponsor is giving away a generous prize! All you need to do is hop along to each destination of the Hop and leave a comment on each of the video stops! I would just love it if you would subscribe to my YouTube Channel too – I have some fun videos there and some really great videos to come too! 🙂 My stop on the Hop is very kindly being sponsored by Newton’s Nook Designs so head on over to their blog too! 🙂

Your next stop after this is Danielle Walls from Neat And Tangled! I know she will have something awesome to show you, just like everyone who’s taking part today! And if you want to start at the beginning please head on to Emily Leiphart’s blog or YouTube! 🙂

Video Hop List

Laura Bassen

You have until 11:59 p.m. EST on Monday, February 9, 2015 to subscribe and leave a comment on YouTube (while welcome, blog comments will not count) for each of the 10 videos. The winners will be announced on Emily’s blog on Wednesday February 11th.

Thanks so much for stopping by!



16 thoughts on “Emily Leiphart Special Video Hop – {Video Hop + Giveaways} Celebrating 100 Videos and 2500 Subscribers”

  1. Absolutely adorable card and great video. As a cat love and mama cat to 4 cats, I'm always drawn to cards with cats. Can you tell me why you use the Pinflair Glue Gel as opposed to other adhesives that are on the market? I've never heard of it before. Thanks for a great cards and a wonderful video!

    1. Hi ktfabian! Thanks so much for your sweet comment and question!

      There are *many* reasons I use Pinflair Glue Gel over others (I mentioned a couple of reasons in a previous video, but I'll be doing a review video of Pinflair soon!). But, in a nutshell…

      – it allows you to add custom dimension to anything you're gluing. I use it in place of foam squares because I can control how much depth I want and can have different heights easily
      – it is clear and dries clear, so no unsightly view of adhesive from the side (especially useful in cases of adding dimension vs foam squares mentioned above)
      – it takes a little while to dry, so you have complete freedom of wiggle room if you don't get the placement of something just right
      – it is super strong and works on a range of different materials
      – it can be dispensed by syringe so I can easily vary how much adhesive I add and where it goes (great for shapes or fussy cut images)
      – I can easily add it to large or small items – really useful for gluing thin die-cuts in place
      – … and I could go on!

      Like I mentioned, I will be doing a video review of it soon, so stay tuned! 🙂

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