Monday, 7 February 2011

Pay it forward and spread a little happiness!

Oh the wonders of the internet :)  Whilst hopping around some wonderful work spaces on a Wednesday afternoon in January, I spotted this on Twiglet's blog and thought I would join....I'm always up for spreading a little happiness around.

Its a brilliant way of making the world  a better place without expectation of anything in return...just giving for the sake of giving, to make the planet a bit more cheerier.  Always remember if you smile at someone you get one back.
If you would like to take part, then you need to be one of the first three people to leave me a comment on this post letting me know that you want to join in pay it forward. I will get in touch to ask you to send me your address, and in due course I will post a little something out to you!

The first three people then in turn, will send out a little goodness to three others and so the love and the happiness continues to spread around our little globe!

So - how about it ? Do you fancy joining in and spreading some love in the world?  Look what the wonderful 'Twiglet' sent me:


A gorgeous felted brooch in my favourite colours :)  and one of her stunning, stunning felted seascape pictures.  It is so, so gorgeous :) [sorry no pic of that just yet]


I've been crocheting again so you may receive a flower brooch from me, or crocheted hearts, or I may go back to papercrafts and make little books - or I may do both, who knows!


This photo doesn't do the colours of this cotton any justice.  I fell in love with these colours last week on a visit to John Lewis with the lovely Sarah from PebbleBlossom.  I purchased my Embellisher from her on ebay just before Christmas and we got on really well within a few minutes and stayed in touch.  VeRY conveniently John Lewis is situated about half way between our two houses ;)  Sarah is very clever and does real sewing, like roman blinds and curtains!  We had a lot of fun stroking fabric, oohing over colours of wools, and generally having a great time shopping and nattering, and even stopping to give colour advice to a lovely lady who was crocheting some bunting for a baby's party lol

7 comments:

Thespa said...

this sounds fun! It's almost like leaving artwork anonymously around town. too neat. Am I early enough?
Thespa
www.vintiquitiesworkshop.blogspot.com

Val said...

Hi Sarah - this is fun. I love joining in things like this.

Please come across to mine.
http://valscrafts.blogspot.com/2011/01/pay-it-forward.html

Hugs
Valxx

massofhair said...

Hi Sarah
Going to try my hand at this challenge if in time:-)

http://massofhair.blogspot.com

Wendy said...

big smile........just for you x

Nigel said...

Blast, too slow!

Good luck with this.

Susan Allan said...

Your crochet work is very professional. Lovely flowers!!!
Sue xx

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

WOW! We need to skype so I can learn how to crochet better from you! YOU ROCK! Those flowers are super gorgeous:) And that is fun that you are sharing happiness--LOVE IT:)

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