Friday, October 4, 2013

Pay It Forward!

All the way back in May I signed up for a pay it forward (PIF) at Aquamareen Crafting, and I am only just now getting a chance to post this!  So, here is your opportunity to be apart of the fun and sign up to get a little gift from me!

Here are the "rules" (as taken from Mareen's blog).

1. I will create a crafty gift for each of the first three people who comment to this post. This is a surprise, and will arrive to you anytime within the next year.

2. In signing up for PIF, you are committing yourself to the project...someone pays it forward to you, so you pay it forward to others! Just post this, or something similar so others can get involved. Basically you will create your own post where you create gifts for 3 people as well.

3. You need to have an active blog of your own...{or some way to post up your PIF info like a flickr, pinterest, or Facebook account. You'll need a place to announce your own PIF and to post some pics of the process.}

4. After commenting on this post, post something similar on your you can spread the PIF love! I will email you asking for your mailing address {and the online address where you are posting your PIF info} so I can get your crafty treat in the mail. Please make sure your email address is visible on your profile or leave it in the comment. 

Also, in your comment tell me your favorite color(s), or something else relevant or interesting about yourself!  I'm so excited to make special things for other quilters, so please join in!  Let's spread some happiness!  :-)


  1. What a gorgeous idea - I think I would enjoy doing this very much. And I think receiving a little pink sparkly pink pink princessy pink pressie in the post for the Miss 3 in our household would be wonderful She is already developing an excellent taste for all things quilty and cute.

  2. This is a really beautiful idea. I have just come across your blog via Liz above and am now following and I'd love to join in with this (if you are okay with posting Internationally that is). Although fabrics in purples and teals are my favourite because I have two little boys, and the eldest (now 5) is a fledgling quilter, I find that I've come to love dinosaurs, rockets and bugs almost as much.

  3. I would love the chance to take part in this, if you are happy to post to New Zealand. I will post about this in 2014 once my sewing machine is repaired/replaced. Thank you for the opportunity to take part. I love reds, aquas, text, linen, low volume, Bonnie & Camille florals, basically most colours just not too much yellow/orange.