Friday, August 24, 2007

Just for fun

I am not a very crafty person. Although I have taught myself to crochet, I have failed to learn how to paint, knit, or sew. I claim to be a scrapbooker, but does putting a bunch of expensive stickers on a page really qualify as a hobby?

Anyways, Carrie had a really great idea. She pledged to make a gift for the first few people who commented on one of her posts. I thought this would be a great way to do something nice for my readers. So...

PAY IT FORWARD. The first three people who leave a comment and pledge to pay it forward to three others on their blogs will receive a handmade gift from me within one year (August 24, 2008) of this posting.

Because I have only one skill, there will be handmade scarfs for everyone! Unless you want a piece of paper with expensive stickers. Just let me know...

8 comments:

Mary said...

Me, me, me! I want a handmade scarf. What a fun idea!

Eva said...

A scarf, how fun! Just in time for NEXT year's autumn season!

Rachel said...

YEAH. But ugh what shall I do. I know I can bake and cook. I knit too. Let's get together and knit. how fun!! You can teach me cause I am just a newbie.

darksadist said...

no fair :( i wanted one too...guess i'm way too late ...oh well =/

Cagey said...

Dammit! Too late.

I wanted a piece of paper with expensive stickers! :-)

Em said...

Gutted i am too late! You need to add into your post and the 6th person! LOl

Misguided Mommy said...

Now i actually pushed comment and i would have been the first person, BUT THEN I realized i can't make anything and people would have ended up receiving a lovely piece of paper with an amazing stick figure drawing on it. No one wants that right! So I decided to go ahead and let the for reals crafty people be the first three to save my stick people the embarrassment

Carrie said...

Haa-haa! Scrapbooking is a hobby if putting expensive stickers on paper makes you happy! That's one of the things I keep meaning to try. I keep buying cool supplies when I find them on sale, but they sit in a pile in the corner waiting for me to do something with them. Maybe if I printed out some pictures.....