Friday, February 20, 2009

Pay It Forward

So the other day I logged into my google account, clicked on the google reader option (in case there is still someone out there that doesn't know what google reader is, check it out. It is brilliant!) When my list of blogs came up I noticed a list in the right hand corner of the page of google suggested blogs. I had a few minutes to kill as I was waiting for a print job to finish, so I clicked on one of the blogs.

Ok, I am making this longer than it needs to be........

I found the blog Dances in the Rain.

There I saw the fun idea of doing a homemade/crafty pay-it-forward.

So, the first 3 people to leave a comment on this post will get a package in the mail from me in the next few weeks (hopefully when you least expect it!). Be sure send me your email address or shipping address so I can send you your little bit of craftiness ( I moderate all comments on my blog so I see all comments before they are posted. I promise I WILL NOT let your email or shipping address be posted for all of blogdom to see).

I love this idea because I love, love, LOVE getting stuff in the mail that isn't a bill or junk! I love homemade and crafty goodness !

There is a catch though.... if you are one of the first 3 to leave a comment, please pay it forward, and do something nice for 3 other people. You don't have to have to post anything on your blog, heck, you don't even have to have a blog, just promise you will pay it forward.

Have a great day :)


Amy said...

Lucky for me that I have google reader and check it often. Your's popped up and I was so hoping that I could be one of the firsts! That is a wonderful blog (as is yours!) and I promise to pay it forward!

Claudia said...

Since you have moderation enabled, I'll just have to hope I'm one of the first to respond and I'll definitely play this game! Anything you make is sure to be super spectacular, and I, too, love getting something in the mail that isn't junk or a bill.
I will post on my blog and 'pay it forward'!

Elizabeth said...

Hmmmm..sounds like a great idea! I can already think of a "crafty" way to pay it forward also. You always inspire me!