Sunday, January 6, 2008

Play It Forward

Allison, a fellow Etsy artist, wrote the following about the Treasury she created: "I decided a long time ago to Play It Forward. My dad used to say, "Shake every man's hand on the way up the ladder because you are sure to want to shake it on the way down."

It reminded me of something my grandmother used to say. "Be nice to everyone because you never know who you may be talking to". (And, she thought I wasn't listening!)

Alison created a beautiful Treasury and included some fabulous artists. I was ecstatic to find my polymer clay pendant included among her choices! You can view this wonderful treasury until Tuesday, January 8th - simply click the image below!

By Allison
Polymer clay has been a way to satisfy that inner artist in me. Being able to own my business, create what I love, and offering it for sale is a lifelong dream. Click on her banner to view her phenomenal work!


Marsha said...

Hi. I found your blog at blogvillage. My blog Family Adventures is also listed there. I wanted to stop by and say hi and also invite you to participate in the upcoming blog village carnival, much ado about money. I am hosting this carnival and I wrote a post on my blog all about what a carnival is and how to enter, the post can be read here. A carnival is a great way to get to know the other bloggers at blog village and to expose your blog to other bloggers.

dianeclancy said...

Hi Staci,

Am I reading this correctly? You have been in 3 Treasuries lately?

Fantastic!! Your is being seen!! Yippee!!

~ Diane Clancy

Staci Rose said...


Sometimes it just wonderfully works out that way! :D

Thank you, sweetie! :)

Issaac said...

Hello Staci,
I find that your blog is an amazing work of art in it self. You are such a talented artist. I am in awe of your work and the dedication that you put in it. More power to you in everything that you do. Much success in your business and never stop being creative! Why is it that Aquarius are so talented? Will keep in touch, Thank you!

Alien of this world