Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Valentines Swap & A New Swap

I showed you what my swap partner sent to me the other day for the Vintage Valentines Swap and here's what I sent to her.

I sent her one of the crocheted Valentines streamers and a little collage that says "The Game of Love" on it and a heart shaped box filled with goodies like ribbon, heart shaped brads, paper clips, etc..... Then I added some other things like flowers, stickers, feathers .........

I just signed up for Lori's "For the Love of Birds Swap". You are suppose to swap bird nests, bird houses, little birdies, anything that has to do with birds. I'm excited to get some new bird things. What a wonderful idea to help bring in spring!

This is a birds nest a bought from Funky Shique's Etsy Shop last year. I think it's so pretty! I'm thinking Springy thoughts!!!!


Kids Napping? I'm Scrapping! said...

So pretty Sherry! I missed the birdie swap! It sounds like it would have been so much fun! I've missed you coming around my blog, and I'm glad you came by for a visit! xoxo!

mysteryhistorymom said...

Sherry- I'm so glad you can join us, Sweetie! Love that little nest!!! My husband made a button for my swap, so stop by if you'd like to add it to your blog!:) Lori

Carole said...

I love that nest and eggs.

What a neat idea for a swap.

AwtemNymf said...

I had to return the visit! I always love hearing from you! You made me smile :O)
Lovely v-day goodies you sent! Wow- that pink birds nest and eggs is so sweet! :O)

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