Rochelle, lover of binding, has selected me as one of her “pay it forward recipients.” Yay! \o/
From her site:
“If you would like to receive a handmade gift from me, and are willing to make and send a handmade gift to three of your blog readers, please let me know in the comments section. Once you accept, you will receive something from me within 365 days. In turn, you will have 365 days to fulfill your end of the pay it forward bargain.”
Do I have three readers?
Tell you what – I’ll pay it forward times three. The first nine responders get something within one year’s time! I can’t promise it’ll be anything spectacular, but it’ll be Something, and hopefully Something That Doesn’t Suck. It’s a little scary for you folks, though, because you don’t have any idea what it might be! A tomato pincushion? A chain made out of construction paper? Fifteen live badgers knitted together with their own tails? Oh, the suspense! 😀
The catch then being, you have to send something along to three of your blog readers, if appropriate. If you don’t have a blog, pick three email correspondents. The only qualifier is it must be hand-made, preferably by you. It can be anything – sewing, jewelry, cookies, woodwork, metalwork, artwork, candy… whatever you can put together and want to send to someone to brighten his or her day.
For my recipients, I’m betting you won’t have to wait a whole year – heck, I’ll probably start making stuff as soon as anyone signs up, even before Rochelle’s item arrives.
If you sign up, what I’d like to hear is this – one color you love, and one color you hate, so I have a baseline to go from and something to avoid. Or, the color of your kitchen. A piece of information I can use to make something you won’t hate.