2.09.2009

Any Takers

Quite a few months ago, my cousin Fawn, sent me the cutest little brag book ever, for playing the game Pay It Forward. I am sure most of you have heard of it. . .

If not here's the quick version. You get a crafty/homemade gift from a person, and then in return you send THREE people a gift that you have made. Pay it forward.

Well I finally found something I want to make and send to my blogging peeps.

Our family had fun making these shirts last night. Really SO MUCH fun! Can't wait to make some itty bitty's (onsies) for my new niece Kerrigan! I will post on another day, how we made them.


Anyway it's time for me to pay it forward. So if you want a fun custom shirt, then leave a comment. If only three people want one, then those three will get shirts. If more than three sign up, then I will randomly pick three. In your comment, you need to tell me what size (child or adult and the size) and girl or boy.

I know all of my friends are crafty and have sweet skilz. So if you want to pay it forward. . . DO! It's fun. But if you can't or don't want to, that's fine with me too. Leave a comment anyway.

17 comments:

Chelsea said...

I'm SOOOOOO in! I have always avoided these because I am so not the artsy fartsy type. But these are way too cute! Lego man rocks!

The Miller's said...

oh my gosh how did you make those? Those are awesome!!

My name is Andrea said...

Those are cute! Is that your YW idea? That would be SWEET! I don't have time to pay it forward, so you'd better do it for someone who does...

Lara said...

Brooke these are adorable! I love them. I want one! Or, at least teach us how you did it. :)

Tyler and Naomi said...

Honestly I think I am leaning more for a boy but the I love shopping for girls. SO I would take either one!

Haley said...

OH! I want! Pick me.

sarah said...

Looks like I am to late, but those turned out great!

Mariley Johnson said...

Realy cute, Brooke! Please pick me!! If you do ... I would love one for Jens!!

Harris Family said...

Wow! those are super cute.

Lacey said...

Those shirts are so awesome! And what a great idea! Count me in!!

Elodie, size 4

McKenna said...

Super cute!! How did you make those?? I love them!! If you draw me, you can draw again to see which of my three munchkins wins the shirt. :) boy (3T), girl (3T) or girl (12-18 months.) That's a guess on Reese's size...I know she won't be any bigger than that. :)

Amber Hooten said...

Now that I have time to be more crafty i am so in... if you pick me!

Lindsey said...

so am I in the running...or do I automatically get some since I am the mother of your new neice?

Marci Coombs said...

Those are adorable! I want in! Of course...for little London - age newborn to whatever! And...can I borrow some of your craftiness for a while? I'm going through a slump!

JenW said...

so cute, i'd love to know how you did that! avery size 18-24 months

Sarah said...

ooh me!! girls size 6 soooooo cute, show me how girl :D

redpolkadot said...

OK I am waiting for the post that tells us how to make these. Love the photos your kids are so cute. I know I say this everytime but when you are in town next I would love to have you take my families pictures or just seeing your family would be great. Let us know when you are down.