Sunday, November 25, 2007

pay it forward

I heard about this on Martha's blog. Sounds like fun.


I will send a handmade gift to the first 3 people who leave a comment on my blog requesting to join this PIF (Pay it forward) exchange.
I don’t know what that gift will be yet and you may not receive it tomorrow or next week, but you will receive it within 365 days, that is my promise!
The only thing you have to do in return is pay it forward by making the same promise on your blog.
So basically, if you are one of the first three comments, I’ll send you something crafty that I’ll make!

Once you sign up, you will need to copy and paste the above paragraph on your blog, and three other lucky people will be recipients of your handmade work.

Alright then! One person (Jo) is signed up. Yay! She is from Australia (how cool is that?)
Two people are signed up! *dances excitedly* Franca is from France. I love bloggers.

You might recall this post. I still find it highly amusing that not one single person signed up. Maybe I should be offended, however, it's extremely hard to maintain when you burst out laughing.

3 comments:

JO WHOLOHAN said...

This is a fantastic Idea, would love to play Cori!!!!

Jo Wholohan

Franca said...

Bonjour Cori, you don't know me. I was on Carmi's blog, then went over to Martha's blog and Voila - here I am visiting you. So Jo is in Australia. You have an international Pay It Forward crowd - I'm in Paris, France. I just won another Pay it Forward from London, England so while I'm preparing 3 handmade gifts I can just as easily put together 3 more. My personal blog isn't ready yet but as soon as it is I'll be posting the Pay It Forward and I'll let you know so you can visit. This is so much fun !

uncertainvoyage said...

Bonjour Franca!
I'm thrilled you found my PIF exchange.
France. Score! Well you know what I mean. lol.
I'm so excited that I have international participants. Having never left North America, it is just so cool.
I would love to visit your blog when it is up and running. I agree PIF IS fun.

Cori