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Friday, February 22, 2008

Pay It Forward

I've seen so many different bloggers participate in "Pay It Forward" and I wasn't ever quite ready to throw my hat in the ring and participate. Then a couple of months ago, Marie from All About the Make and Takes decided to do it and I had no excuse not to comment. I wish my pictures were cooperating this morning--maybe I'll be able to add them to this post later. She made me a really cute fleece scarf with a flower button closure (I wore it all day yesterday) and she made Eva an apron! Now I'll have to think of something else to give Eva for her birthday because that is EXACTLY what I was going to get for her.

It is now my turn to pay it forward by sending handmade goodies to 3 people. All you have to do is be willing to do the same. Actually, I don't even think it needs to be crafty stuff you use to pay it forward. If I remember right, Cjane paid it forward by interviewing people on her blog. Anyone up for the challenge? The first 3 people that accept the challenge by commenting on this post, can expect some lovely stuff from me in the mail sometime soon! If you'd like to comment but not participate---I guess that's okay, too!

3 comments:

  1. Ooooh! Pick me, pick me! This will give me an excuse to get my card stuff together and get back to crafting. Not to mention I love your craftiness! Jason just bought me a huge table for our bedroom as a craft area. All my stuff is in a closet and I haven't made cards in 6 months because it was too much to get it all out and have to put it away before dinner time. Plus, I'm getting released from the Primary Presidency Sunday so I'm about to have A LOT more time and I'd love to Pay it Forward!

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  2. What a great and fun idea! And exactly the kind of project I need to get rid of these winter blahs I'm going through. (Does anyone else think February is actually the longest month because it's during the winter? I can't stand it.)

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  3. I would love to accept the challenge! I need any excuse to break out my beading... :)

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