Thursday, March 5, 2009


The rules are simple:1. Be one of the first 3 people to post a comment on this entry. If you are (and you follow the second rule), you will receive a gift from me sometime during this year. When and what are a surprise to the winners but they will be handmade by me. (and I must add, you will need patience, I may be slow but I will be done within a year!)2. Then, copy and paste these rules into a post on your own blog & come back and leave the link in comments here. It's that easy!Only the first 3 folks that leave a comment AND Pay it Forward on their blog will get a prize. PLEASE leave me a comment...


Shauna said...

YAHOO! Count me in! I l♥ve to pay it forward :)

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