January 9, 2013

Pay It Forward

I've joined the 2013 Creative Pay It Forward!

Sweet Brandi at Brooklyn State of Mind began this and I think its a fabulous idea!

The details: The first 5 people to comment with their email (and blog address if you have one) will receive from me, sometime in this calendar year, a gift - perhaps a book, a baked good, jewelry, music - a surprise in the mail! There will likely be no warning, and it will happen when the mood strikes me. 

The catch: Those five people must make the same offer on their Blog (or Facebook status if you don't have a blog). 

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  1. That is a great idea! But don't count me as one of the 5. :-/ I can't commit to that right now. Chances are I will lose the post-it note I write down the people names on or something! Although I'm sure there is a better way to organize...

    Thanks for stopping by my blog! :)

  2. Love this! Saw something similar on Facebook. Count me in :)

    Also - adore the new signature! I'm in dire need of a new one haha

  3. Ok - third time's the charm, right? So very sorry if you have a billion of these pop up later haha.

    Great idea, count me in :)

  4. I love this idea. I posted it on my fb page. My blog address is: http://tammy-bostonmom.blogspot.com/
    My email is boston_mom01@yahoo.com

  5. Clara, I love this idea!! I think you know my e-mail but I'll share it anyway - oklahomapepplers at gmail dot com

    P.S. I started putting together you Cara box and I'm having so much fun! So glad I've "met" you!

  6. I love this too bad I'm not in the top 5! I'm doing this on my blog this week :) make sure to check it out!

  7. love love love this idea! can I just start one myself or do I have to get in on someone's top 5? Here's my info anyway!

    1. Hey Dear - go check out Simply Free - Lauren still has spots. or definitely start one yourself! Its so fun to do! :)


      Thanks for stopping by!

  8. i love this idea! i'd love to know how to get in on it! please send me details... or a gift!


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