Sunday, February 8, 2009

Work of Hands - Pay It Forward Challenge

I was visiting with Jennifer over at Through The Storms of Life... a few weeks ago and found out about this pay it forward challenge...It involves blessing 3 someones with a handmade gift! Hand-made gifts represent an investment of two valuable things...love & time.

I love a challenge... especially when you can do something for someone else. My problem is that I am not too crafy... so this will be interesting to say the least! But I am up for the amazing challenge to share the love...

So here are the rules if you want to take part in this challenge... I think it will be so much fun!

The first 3 bloggers to leave a comment on this post will receive a hand-made item from me.
Those 3 bloggers promise to post this challenge on their blog (meaning they too will ‘pay-it-forward’, creating a handmade gift for the first 3 bloggers that leave a comment on their blog!!) That's a lot of hand-made love being passed around! ; )Here's the part I got really excited about...the gift can be anything you choose and any price range and you have 365 days to make/ship your item. Are you up for it? What do you say?If you are up for the challenge...be one of the first 3 to comment...hurry!!!

Blessings to everyone!

2 comments:

Jinxie said...

Michele, this is a great idea! I love the pay it forward with handmade gifts. I have already rec'd a gift from you (the book), so if I am one of your top 3, please take the next person in line. I however think this is such a great idea that I might just post it to my blog anyway. lol
I'm sorry I haven't commented very much lately.
I am just now starting to feel decent from the flu.
Take care,
Martha

He And Me + 3 said...

Michele,
I have already done a pay it forward at my place, and i am not a handmade kindof person. But I did want to leave you a comment and let you know that I think this is a wonderful idea for those that are crafty.
HOpe that 3 people take you up on this and pay it forward. It is an awesome thing.
XO,
Mimi