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Heart Marquee Light Giveaway!

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Hey Everyone!

Today I’ve got a quick little video for you… I’m giving away one of these heart marquee lights by Scott Coppersmith!  I’ve been a fan ever since I saw his work at the Rose Bowl flea market last summer.  I have been working on a little nook to shoot my video intros and outros and I thought this would make a great background piece to add some interest with the light and also reinforce the “heart” from my name and the feminine yet modern way I’d like to continue pushing my brand.

If you like any of his other lights, you can use the coupon code IHeartStitching for $50 off!  I have my eye on the California one!

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The Giveaway Rules

1. Contiguous United States Entries Only – Sorry International Peeps!
2. Leave a comment in YouTube under the video telling me your favorite upcycled tips, ideas, diy projects… something like that!
3. I will pick 1 winner in 2 weeks (Feb 12th)
– make sure I can reply to your comment, message you or somehow get a hold of you! If you don’t respond in 48 hours, I will pick a new winner.

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2 new videos next week, Part 1 of how to read a crochet pattern and a Valentine’s Day tutorial!

Haley thompson

Wednesday 4th of February 2015

I recently saw a super cute pattern for upcycling old jeans into a cute crossover pinafore toddler dress. :)

Lori Ladd

Tuesday 3rd of February 2015

Hi Melanie, I love your videos!! My favorite thing to up cycle is wine bottles. They make awesome candle holders for the indoors and outdoors!! Thanks for the chance to win such a great light!!!

Lori Ladd

Tuesday 3rd of February 2015

Hi Melanie, I love your videos!! My favorite thing to up cycle is wine bottles. They make awesome candle holders for the indoors and outdoors!! Thanks for the chance to win such a great light!!!!

Denyse Elam

Monday 2nd of February 2015

I love your video's. They are so detail and easy to follow. I love using old plastic medicine bottles for everything. Button, beads, neddles, pins. I have even taken some and glued them to a $1 plastic shoe container for putting my make-up in. Everything is in its place every monring while getting ready for work.

Katie

Monday 2nd of February 2015

I would love to try and upcycle old wood from bowling lanes into a coffee table or even a clock. The Pin dots and arrows give interest and tell a story which I love (my husband and I are also avid bowlers). I also want to use some old typewriter keys to make magnets for my fridge. Ahh so many ideas now to find the time! Btw I love all your tutorials. I am new a crocheting and have used your infinity scarf tutorials and have just finished my first hat (beanie with a bow) and LOVE IT!!! Thanks

Kelley Evatt

Monday 2nd of February 2015

Hi Melanie, I am a iheartstitching.com subscriber. My first project was your easy crochet scarf. Friends and family are going to Universal Orlando in March to visit The Wizarding World of Harry Potter so I made my 12 year old daughter and a friends daughter a scarf, one in Gryffindor colors and one in Ravenclaw colors. Your tutorial was so easy to follow. I can't wait to start my next project. Hope I win the Heart Marquee Light!!!

Thank you.

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