Pay it forward

Megan claimed the CD (in mere minutes I might add) … so for the scores of you that are disappointed (!! yeah, I’m fooling myself) ~ time to post about paying it forward.  I committed myself somewhere else to do this earlier today*, and from what I can remember, the gist is:

First 3 people to post a comment and pledge to pay it forward will receive a handmade pressie from me sometime in the next 12 months (that’s my sorta timeframe)


You have to put the same post on your blog and send a pressie to the first 3 people to do the same on your blog. ETC etc etc.

SO…if you’re want a pressie from me, comment and email me. Yay.

[ * sorry lovely blog owner that I commented on, I will find you and update with your link.]


3 Responses to “Pay it forward”

  1. 1 Georgie Love Wednesday, March 26, 2008 at 9:35 pm

    Oh yes please! What a brilliant idea! I pledge! :-D

  2. 2 littlegemsession Thursday, March 27, 2008 at 5:30 am

    I pledge too!

  3. 3 Alison Saturday, March 29, 2008 at 1:22 pm

    You and me both. I find it so hard to resist a beautiful notepad or notebook. Even when I’ve half a dozen unused in the cupboard. I would have done the what’s in my handbag but it wouldn’t be pretty, I think there might be a piece of birthday cake from a couple of days ago. Yuk.

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