Friday, November 30, 2007

Pay It Forward, again, Sam


I have been immersed in old film talk for some time now, so....that's how that title came about.

BUT, in keeping with the spirit of the PIF, which I was introduced to via Tammy Crooked Heart Beader, I am offering a fully beaded being, of around 3-4" tall, to the first three persons who respond to this post.

My only requirement/request is that you also Pay It Forward, keeping the Energy and Spirit of this PIF alive, by posting it in your own blog.

Even if you aren't one of the three, please consider this...it is alot of fun.

And, please allow me time to create a OOAK for each of the three who do receive...I hope to have it refect a bit of you!

7 comments:

Beadin' Gram said...

Ok, I love the idea of sharing our gifts (doll making) with others. Count me in. I'll post to my blog later today. Thanks, I look forward to a special doll just for me from you.

Gypsy said...

Alll righty then!! Glad to have you joining us, Jackie, and again, happy birthday!
Aryd'ell

tammy lang said...

hi gypsy
i would love to be a part of your pay it forward!!!
count me in please:)
i am in need of your 'bead pattern know how'-again!! LOL-send a email and tell you what the problem is:)
thanks soooo much aryd'ell for all your help-many thanks
waiting for a snow storm to hit us
tammy :D

Barbara said...

I just discovered your blog and love it! I live in NC too - in Winston Salem, though, not in our lovely mountains (although I hope to some day). I would be honored to be included in your PIF! Thank you so much for the offer!
Barbara

Gypsy said...

OK, Jackie, Tammy, and Barbara makes three!! We are officially closed!
Barbara, glad you found me! Are there any good bead stores in WS yet? I found a really expensive one two years back that sold beads by the piece, but that was it.
Tammy, I already responded to your beading question in your blog- LOL! I am reading your mind!
Aryd'ell

Beadin' Gram said...

Super -- so glad to be a part of this --
There is a great bead shop in I think it is Chapel Hill -- will have to ask my friend from Durham. She has promised to take me there when I come visit.

Gypsy said...

That would be the Original Ornament...hang onto your hat if you go in there, as it is wonderful! There is also a silk place across from it, where you can buy silk by the yard, interesting glass buttons, lace and other items for dolls!
Aryd'ell