Thursday, March 10, 2011

Pay It Forward

What a wonderful concept....."Pay It Forward"!  That was such a great movie with a message we should never forget!

Well, I'm not quite sure who started this, but I hooked up with Suzan from Old Greymare, for a "Blogger Pay It Forward"!  She's so talented, I can't wait to receive a hand made gift from her!

Here's how it works....

The first five people who comment on this blog post will receive a handmade gift from me.

In return, you must FIRST write a blog post explaining Pay It Forward 2011. Then.... send out a handmade gift to the first 5 visitors who leave a comment on your post. Take your don't need to send them all today or tomorrow.

This is such a sweet way to connect with friends or meet new ones, by sharing things we create with our hearts.

"It's not the size of the gift that matters, but the spirit of paying it forward."

Hope to hear from you soon! 



  1. This is the most AWESOME idea I've seen in a VERY long time ! I'm so excited to participate in this ! There have been so many kind people in my life...that have done such kind and simple things...and I have always wondered how I can give back more.... I love the concept of paying it forward ! Count me in...and I'll post this tomorrow on my blog ! Thank you !

  2. Susie- Hmm..I commented last night but do not see it. I will do so again. What a wonderful idea. You are such a creative women as evidenced on your blog. I enjoyed meeting you also in Mt. Dora. The gal from Michigan.
    Thanks for this wonderful idea.

  3. count me in !! great concept ! thanks for the opportunity to join in !

  4. Hi Susie, What a great idea. I'd like to participate. I found the link to your blog from The Feathered Nest.

    Like you, I love lace, vintage, white, ironstone, all of it. Nice blog.

  5. Hi Susie, I have already put my post up for this and would love to have something handmade from you. I was just having fun browsing your blog and happened to see this post. Here is the link to my post:


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