Friday, March 6, 2009

Pay it forward- don't miss out!

Pay it Foward!
Let's have a little fun shall we?

Pay it forward...The rules
1. Be one of the first THREE (3) bloggers to leave a comment on this post, which then entitles you to a handmade item from me - something crafty or yummy, only I know.
2. Winners must post this challenge on their blog, meaning that they will Pay IT Forward, creating a handmade gift- anything! for the first THREE (3) bloggers who leave a comment on their post about the giveaway!
3. The gift that you send to your friends can be from any price range and you have 365 days to make and/ or 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 post about it, sharing appropriate pictures and comments! If you are not one of the first three to comment on this post, you can still play along. Go ahead and start your own Pay It Forward chain, and encourage your friends to do the same!SO, REMEMBER...Pay It Forward!Let's help make this a wonderful world to live in and show our friends how much we care for them :)

4 comments:

Lindsey said...

I want one! Can't wait! I'm adding the post to my blog now. Fun!

Lindsey said...

So I just realized after I posted it on my blog that is says winners must post on their blog. I guess I jumped the gun a little but I am hoping I am a winner!

Steph and Brock said...

MEEE! :) Yeah, I'm the third one :)

I called you yesterday...wanted to say hi and I need your advise on some Pier One curtains I'm thinking about.

Natalie and Ryan said...

Ha! The same person posted twice. Even though I never see you, I still like the idea and you'll have to tell me what you did for your friends. I could also use some curtain advice.

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I always had aspirations to make it big. Learn French. Move to Paris- for good. Instead, I met my soul mate, and our two lives became one. We decided to make it small, and moved to a little city. The inspiration for this blog came to me, while I was driving on an old country road with the top down and my man at the wheel. As the fields flew by, and the the Wasatch Mountains glowed in the Sunset. I realized that I may never be able to speak French and I will never move to Paris but I had made it big after all. This blog is dedicated to all the little things that make small town living beautiful.