Sunday, December 13, 2009

Where Will Critter Go for the Holidays?

It's time for Critter to leave Korea. Boo hoo! But we've had him so long, it's embarrasing. It's because he's just too cute.

A little background about Critter. He was created by the artistic genius, Ian Sands , and has been sent on a blog tour around the world.

Places he's been so far:
1. Christy's Creative Space
2. Roots in Myth
3. Writing It Out
4. Chocolate for Inspiration- shopping and the palace

And now.....

How would you like to have Critter come see you? Here's what it entails.

1) If you want Critter to visit you, leave a comment in the comments section and tell me why Critter should visit.

2) On Wednesday, EST at midnight (2 pm Korea time) I will choose the lucky winner and announce it on the blog (So exciting!). The winner will need to email me their mailing address so I can send Critter along to you.

3) When you get Critter in the mail, write your name and city location.

4) Now you get to Send Critter someplace else. Host a contest for Critter on your blog and then send Critter to the winner from your blog. (the critter is made of a light weight foam board, so it should not be too expensive to mail.)

5) Christy Evers will track Critter's location so we can see where he has been and where he will be going.

The last person will send Critter back to Christy Evers.

So the big question is, where will Critter go for the holidays. Will it be your house?


Kimbra Kasch said...

Oh critter should definitely go to a house with kids in it - so he can have a REAL fun visit.

Bish Denham said...

Oh! I would LOVE to take Critter with me to the Virgin Islands. I will be going down there the end of Janurary and returning the end of February.

I think, after experiencing some of that cold Korean winter, Critter would relish the idea of sunbathing on a tropical beach.

C.R. Evers said...

Thanks for Showing Critter such a great time! I hope I'll get to visit Korea some day. I can't wait to see where Critter will go next!

PJ Hoover said...

I can't wait to see where Critter ends up next!

Nandini said...

We'd love to have Critter!! My kids, cats, dog, and visiting nephews (from Australia) would all enjoy having a visit from a real globe trotting work of art. If critter visits us in Natick Massachusetts we'll take him to see the Orchard House (where Louisa May Alcott wrote Little Women), Walden Pond, and the Freedom Trail. And we have snow :-)

Christina Farley said...

This is exciting!

Kelly Polark said...

I'd love Critter! I'd take him to some great midwestern spots! There's Chicago, Wisconsin, Iowa.
Critter must be having the time of his life!!