Thursday, 2 August 2007
The "rules" are:
1) Send ONE card to someone you know within 7 days! (family, friends, associates, cyber people, etc.) ANYONE!!! Doesn't matter who... just do it. Can you imagine the smile on their face when they open their mailbox and see a card from you?
2) Tag (yes, I know, but this is the only way to spread this) 5 people you know to do the same thing (Tag means tag them to send their own cards to their own people).
3) Proudly display this on your blog to spread a little sunshine and pass it on.
More details here: http://papercraftingengineer.blogspot.com/2007/07/playing-tag-and-spreading-some-joy.html
If you get tagged again (we can all hope, can't we), send another card!
Right, my response:1) Tomorrow I'm going to send a card to a 'crafty' friend who I know is going through a difficult time atm.
2) I'm tagging:
Andrea (http://andreabrownjohn.blogspot.com/) and
My robo was delivered at the end of last week and I loaded the software and have been looking at all the blurb and at various templates. To be honest I was scared of mounting the blade and actual trying it - thought I'd probably break the blade or do something wrong. But, hey, it cut perfectly the first time. I'm hoping that before long I'll come back with something more exciting to show (won't be today because mum's coming to visit very shortly).
Although I'm excited about this, I think I'm even more excited about the launch of the Salt Faith Challenge blog - if you haven't had a look yet, please do: http://saltfaithchallenge.blogspot.com
And the first challenge is...
Please pop over to http://saltfaithchallenge.blogspot.com/ and check it out. We would love you to contribute.
And unlike Melissa, I haven't started yet on the August swap cards.
I haven't achieved anything much crafty in the last few days - some of the time has been taken up with contributing to the team work of setting up the new Salt Faith Challenge - please hop over to http://saltfaithchallenge.blogspot.com/ and have a look and join in.
I'll be back later to tell you about my first adventure with my craft robo which was delivered the other day. So far I've loaded the software and had a look at various sites and templates, but haven't actually yet cut anything with it (too scared!).