November 19, 2007

Pay It Forward

So here's the 411...I was invited by Anjie at Studio Wellspring to participate in a pay-it-forward exchange project. I will receive some wonderfully handmade gift in the mail with the understanding that I would do the same in return. Seems simple and kind enough, right? So this is what to per the rules that I have agreed to, I will send something handmade in the mail to the first three people who leave a comment on the blog (...keep reading). You must agree, then, to do the same with at least three people in by sending them something that you've made. Now, I was told that you should have a blog to do this but as long as it's all getting paid forward I'm all good. You don't have to copy and forward this to 400 people or risk receiving bad luck for life, no money need be wired to some remote location in Africa to free an unjustly imprisoned prince who's assets have been frozen...all you have to do is leave a comment indicating that you'd like to participate. I will let you know via the "comments" if you've made the cut and then ask you to send an email to with your mailing address. (I wouldn't leave your address in the comment section.) Then, get busy gettin' your craft on while waitin' for Mr. Postman. That's it! What could be a nicer way to get the holidays going?


  1. Do handmade holiday cards of questionable quality qualify? If so - count me in!

  2. Certainly Alison! So send me your address at! You're number one! Two more to go...

  3. Okey dokey...send me your address at!


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