Thursday, April 2, 2009

Pay It Forward

I apparently signed up to receive a home made gift from a FSO wife/mom in Kiev Russia on her pay it forward blog entry.

I did this on Facebook and didn't get much of a response, so I'm going to do it here too. Here are the rules. This offer does have some restrictions and limitations so please read carefully:


1. Be one of the first THREE to leave a comment on this post, which then entitles you to a handmade item from me - something crafty or yummy, who knows?!

2. Winners must post this challenge on your blog, meaning that you will Pay It Forward, creating a handmade gift - anything! - for the first three bloggers who leave a comment on YOUR post about this giveaway!

3. The gift that you send your THREE friends can be from any price range and you have 365 days to make/ship your item. This means you should be willing to maintain your blog at least until you receive your gift and have shipped your gifts. And remember, it's the spirit and the thought that counts!

4. When you receive your gift, feel free to blog about it, sharing appropriate Linky Love!

If you are not one of the Top Three Commenters on this post, you can still play along. Go ahead and start your own Pay It Forward and encourage your blogging friends to do the same! And I might feel generous and send something to the first FOUR people, so don't quit commenting at three :)

This italic part is not part of the official Pay It Forward post, but if you need something to comment on, tell me about the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear (or read, as the case may be) the word(s), "mish-mash."

2 comments:

Stephanie Ann said...

Yay! I'm the first one!!!! The only problem with this is that I think only three people read my blog! We'll have to see how it works out for me!

Send me something cool!

Stephanie Ann said...

Yay!!! You responded to my blog!!! I've been watching it like a ninny just waiting for someone to. I think I know what I am going to make you. I hope it turns out ok. I saw one on TV and I think I will be able to do it. It's kind of a Victorian toy of sorts.

Oh and thanks for your message. It was very sweet. I was upstairs and could hear the machine and that it was you but I couldn't hear what you were saying. And of course I couldn't call you back. :( Stupid long distance.