Wednesday, March 11, 2009

just 47 to go

Wow...I can hardly believe that after 47 more hits 3000 people have viewed my blog.
I frequently follow other blog links and have come across some wonderful people, art, and great home decor! So I think to celebrate all of the craftyness, life stories, and words of encouragement that happen from looking at one blog, and then by following that persons links and so on.... I should hold one of these limited edition kits I just put together for Scrappy Chic with a few pieces of vintage flair from 1913-1940's as a give-a-way.

Post one of your favorite blog link as a comment and I will randomly select a winner on Thursday morning.


PS - It has been raining like mad here in lovely Michigan. Here is a shot of my son when I went to tuck him in. He wanted to make sure that he was ready for a flood. I had to pry those suckers off after he fell asleep.


6 comments:

GothamGal said...

Yay! It's great to see a wonderful blog from a fellow 'Pea.

Personally, I love the following blog: http://paper-and-glue.blogspot.com/2008/09/trick-or-treatmini-book.html
The mini book is so adorable!

And your sons pajamas are adorable!

Kate said...

Her's another HIT! LOL!

Denise said...

Do you mean a different blog than yours? I've got several on RSS feed (LOVE that option), and I'm always inspired by Lain Ehmann:

http://knitandpurlgrrl.blogs.com/scraphappy/

Lisa T. Howard said...

Hi! This is my first visit, but it sounds like I am way behind the times...lol! So many hits - how wonderful! One of my favorite scrap sites is She's Scrappy. Love her work! http://shesscrappy.blogspot.com

Debbie said...

I love to blog hop and enjoyed reading your blog.

I get inspiration from almost every blog I read. Here is one I didn't see on your list:

http://vickiboutin.typepad.com/vicki_boutin/

Good luck with hitting your 3000 post. You can check out my blog at http://debseclecticthoughts.blogspot.com

Kimmie Sue said...

LOL... love the photo. I usually have to pry my son's rain boots away from him, too. Fortunately (or unfortunately... depending on how you look at it), he actually wore them so much outside and roughing around in them, that one of them actually ripped! LOL

He understood that we had to throw them away, but I think he misses them. :o)