Explanation of blog hop

Ok so I’ve realised a few people don’t know what a blog hop is so I will explain.

Ok so as it’s my blog hop I start it by posting my blog post about Emma Harte who I’ve picked as my favourite female book character.

At the bottom of my post I will have a link to the second person participating in the blog hop.

At the bottom of their post will be a link to the third person etc

To know who they will be linking to I will post the list of blogs in order for the blog hop the day before with the website address so you just have to copy and paste.

So if you want to take part now please comment on this post with who you want to write about.

The blog post will be on November 1st so get thinking soon!!

Until tomorrow…Happy Crafting!!


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