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Hello and welcome to the 3rd Annual Cutest Video Hop Ever! My daughter Aadya and I
are excited to be joining Emily Leiphart for this fun hop, crafting with our kids, and inspiring
the next generation of crafters! We hope you have as much fun watching us craft with our kids,
as much as we enjoyed creating these projects to share with you.
The video hop is filled with talented mums and very cute and talented kids and you wouldn't want
to miss even a single video.



We created this cute card using the Distress Crayons Kit sent to us by Rangers and had so much fun
working with rainbow colors and glitter, that's what my 8-year-old is obsessed with these days :)
Aadya also did the video voice over and I think that is the cutest thing ever.

Watch the video here



Complete hop details, including all participant links and a full prize list, are on Emily's Blog.

All of the artists' YouTube links are below. Please remember that comments here on the blog, while greatly appreciated, are not eligible for the giveaways below. You must leave your comments on YouTube. The more you comment, the higher your chances of winning.

3rd ANNUAL CUTEST VIDEO HOP EVER

Starts on Thursday, September 17, 2020

COMMENTS CLOSE:  Thursday, October 1, 2020, 11:59 P.M. EST


There are 30 prizes worth over $1000 to be won! So go on and hop along!

love, Ujjwal & Aadya

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