Monday, November 1, 2010

Help in the Paper Crane Mission

After getting a number of requests and suggestions in the first couple weeks, I tried to think of a good way to get people involved in the crane project. After volleying some ideas around, and then finally finding the time to put it in the works, I finally have written up a tab devoted to how you wonderful followers can help out! Check out this link: How To Help & Make Your Own Cranes or find the similarly titled tab on my main page.

This will allow you lovely bunch to make your own cranes and place them in your own respective areas. And, of course, let me know about it! I look forward to seeing what you guys come up with.

I am always open to suggestions about my project and appreciate that a number of you have been interested in getting involved. I'm going to continue to look for ways to get you guys involved in the project as much as possible. Hope you are all having a wonderful week! And happy folding!

17 comments:

  1. VERY cool!! Think I'll add some cranes to my bag and hope to find good releasing opportunities.

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  2. I can't wait to make one!! I don't know how to fold one, but my friend will help me out! As soon as I get back to England I can send you pictures, as I never brought my camera cord with me :( Oh and is it okay if our word repeats on of yours? How does that work?

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  3. I must do this. My paper skills are sub-par but it's not about perfection, right?

    Let the folding begin!

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  4. Your project inspired me....

    http://stellaholiday.blogspot.com/2010/11/1000-cranes-2-find-love.html

    xoxo

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  5. What a fantastic idea for spreading the word! :D I've always loved origami, but have never had any success with it myself. I'm going to have to start practicing now so I can release some paper cranes around here as well. :D

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  6. I love this idea.. I'll be back.. Joan NZ.

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  7. Hey Sandy,

    Thanks for contacting me about this noble endeavor. What a better world this could be if we all just took a little time to spread love and inspiration. I'm in. I'll get back to you soon with my results.

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  8. i love this idea sandy! i can't wait to feature it in a blog special on whati !!

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  9. Sounds like fun! I used to live in Korea, and visited Japan, so I have a TON of paper. I'll reply to your email in a sec!

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  10. Dear Sandy,
    Count me in. Will read more about it tomorrow!

    Constance

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  11. Hello, Sandy! Many thanks for contacting me... Your project is BEAUTIFUL! I will be very happy to participate and help spread the word. Sending you an email now. I've been under the weather, and we traveling soon, but I hope to share more about this soon as I can. I will be in touch. Keep in touch as well. I love your project! :o) Happy Days!

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  12. Love this! Thanks for getting others involved too. It will be on my November to-do list to do this at least once. Thanks for inspiring!!

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  13. I have just made my first ever crane.. I'll be practising! Just become a follower too. Arohanui!

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  14. Hi Sandy,

    There will be some wordy cranes around Scotland soon. Even my boyfriend is in on it! :) I'll send you an email/photos when they are out!

    Lorna :)

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  15. Compassion thats one my favorit words

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