Monday, October 01, 2007

New look and "International Charity Crafting Week"

I was really tired of the PINK look on my blog so I decided to update today. They were not kidding when they mention you will lose any changes you have made to your blog!

I lost all my links, amazon books, etc, so please bear with me as I find those great blogs, ads, and other ditties again and add them back. It will take me a while. It's ok- I really like blue better anyhow. =)

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"INTERNATIONAL CHARITY CRAFTS WEEK"

October 1-7th every year!

Go give to the needy
sweet Charity’s bread
for giving is living
the angel said.

But must I keep giving
again and again?
My selfish, thoughtless
answer ran.

"Oh, no," said the angel
piercing me through,
Just give ‘til the Master
stops giving to you.

-Unknown


In case any of you are wondering what "International Charity Crafting Week" is, you can read all about it on this page. I actually started this years ago when I was working for Alan Osmond as webmaster for TheFamily.com, as a way for more knitters and crocheters to catch the charity crafting bug. I have continued it on my own website now:

http://www.bevscountrycottage.com/charityweek.html

Hope you and your friends will join us as there are so very many millions of Heavenly Fathers children who are in great need of your help.

I actually have 2 of my yahoo groups doing a MITTEN BLITZ for LDS Humanitarian and it can be incorporated into ICCW.

If you have a craft website feel free to right click on this banner above and save it to your images directory on your hard drive. Post it on your website with a link to:

HUG THE ONES YOU LOVE
Bev

1 comment:

Marla said...

Hi Bev,

I haven't updated my blog in a while but here it is so you can copy the link: marlashouse.blogspot.com and my baby patterns website is http://www.geocities.com/missmarlad/babylinks.html

Your blog looks great- I know it's a pain having to redo links though. Several were broken links so maybe this will be a fresh start.

Marla